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"TIMES" COMMENTS. PROVOKING STRONG RESENTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
"TIMES" COMMENTS. PROVOKING STRONG RESENT-. MENT. The "''Times" this morning says that the gravity, of the situation lies in the fa.t that the governing . Legislature and electorates of South Africa appa rently approve of the administrative step which is certain to provoke the. strongest resentment among a ' large powerful class in electorates at home, and possibly in electorates of other oversea dominions. The "Times" adds :-The'" dportai tiol is the most startling event :that has yet occurred to reveal the want df comnmon policy of dealing with Iný perial problems, which affect more than one self-governing community." DEPIUTATION REFUSED., Mr Lewis Harcourt, Secretary of State for the Colonies, to-day declined to receive a deputation on the: subject of the deportation of the South African Labor leaders. lie based his refusal on the ground that the -matter wais solely within the competence of thlie Vnion Government. .He, however, pro mised to obtain full particulars in re gard to i...
WESTERN PLAINS LINE. PROTEST BY PRODUCERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
WESTERN PLAINS LINE. PROTEST BY PRODUCERS. The discontent of farmers at the high freights they. are ,charged for car riage of. their produce over the Gher inghap-Maroona line was voiced at a meeting held at Lismore on Wednes day. Mr W. G. Gibson was the speaker, and said the farmers on the Western Plains were paying a local rate of -2/ per ton,' which, was equal to 4/ per acre on hay, and from .id to Id per bushel on wheat. This fell very hard on farmers in a nvw district, and gave farmers in older districts an advantage over them. The Western Plains line must certainly be a paying one,. as the department ias running the Northern wheat down it,- and he could see no justification for the continuance of the local rate. He 'also condemned the working of the Railway Land Acquisi tion Act, by which the. Trust paid a salary of' £300 a year for 30-years to collect .£10,000. That,was..interest, that a Jew would hardly-dare to charger.and was .i;ilelendent,'?o? b'of" tie interest paid on the...
The Evil that Men Do. Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XI. (Contd.) [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
S "'.The ? ash '.;+ appl , z iaiore'?i Zalek?i," eta,, : ,Publisd d' by . peial : arrangd-ge1 vith ,Werd, Lock' and Co. : ,r,; +fAll lEightsi Reservid.l "But I say yes," she sinswered imlling, thinking that his ,prbtest had inly reference :t? the meekness, of the' word serf-'.'like a;aer and. like- :.a other,;;and like .a woman, and. like ' daughter, and f.like our ..oldest choolboy, 1rind; ;.I; couldn.'t, say Biut ?what.is the matter? _Kissme" Hartwell'p ,lips,; were, pessed to ;adsef ;witha istain vindictive, sever. tp; his. eyes were, engorged with blo e o idisw bitterly amd him seiblfor his 'self-indulgence in, letting' her speak, in this way to him,:,:and bitterly. '? "liated'? destiny' for the harsh trickl it''had' paid him: His dose' and his wrinkled uniiderlids :were pallid;t -his lips and 'lbeard : trembled with; agitation' His' 'arms' opened slightly of themselves for"one' em brace, bit '-his hard will conquiered this impnlse, and. he turned quite roughly from her. ' i wd ...
EXCESS RAILWAY FARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
EXCESS RAILWAY FARES. When the Gheringhap-Maroona rail way line was opened it was generally thought that residents beyond Maroona and south of the Casterton line would be able to travel to Melbourne via Geelong without additional fee, but this is not the case, as passengers who have endeavored to do so have experi enced. Since the Maroona train has been made a tri-weekly express and reaches Melbourne at 9.52, several tra vellers from those parts have sought to come via Geelong, and have been surprised at a demand for excess fare. The stationi officials state that there is a difference of about eight miles; 1891 miles as against 1821 miles via Ballarat. Canada is nearly thirty times as large as Great Britain and Ireland.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
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CALENDAR FOR JANUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
CALENDAr FOR JANUARY, 1914. Sunday ...... 4 11 18 25 Monday.. .... - .5 12 19 26 Tuesday .. .. 6 13. 20 27 Wednesday .. 7 14 21- 28 Thursday ....... 1 8 15 22 29 Friday .... .. 2 9 16 23 30 Saturday... .... 3 10 17 24 31 PHASES OF THE MOON. First Quarter ....... 4th at 11.9 p.m. Full Moon .. .. ;. 12th at 3.9 p.m. Last Quarter .. .. 19th at 10.30 a.m. New Moon ........ 26th 'at 4.34 p;m.
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. UNION DEPORTATION. APPEAL TO FULL COURT. A JUDGE'S OPINION. GOVERNMENT'S ACTION ILLEGAL PRETORIA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
CABLEGRAMS. BEUTEB'S' BSPEOIAL1 UNION DEPORTATION. APPEAL TO FULL COURT. A JUDGE'S OPINION.. GOVERNMENT'S ACTION ILLEGA' PRETORIA, Wednesday. The ten Labor. leaders selected by the Government - for deportation, namely : nr A. Watson (President Federat tion of Trades), Mr J. T. Bain (secre tary Federation of Trades), Mr H. T. Poutsma (Railway Men's secretary), Mr Waterson (Railway Men's Presi dent), Mr G. Mason (Trades' Federa tion Executive), Mr Crawford (Johan nesburg Trades Hall), Mr H. J. Mor gan (Transvaal Miners' central or ganiser), and Messrs Kendall, Living. stone and Ockerrall (prominent agita tors). sailed from Durban on board the s.s Umbens at midnight on Tuesday, direct for England. On Tuesday Mr Justice Wassels, sit. ting at Johannesburg, declined to grant an order restraining the Government from deporting the men, on the ground that he had not sufficient evidence . He advised counsel to apply to the Full Supreme Court to-day. When the application was renewed to-day, th...
The Ararat Advertiser SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914. The tender of A. H. Byrne, Ararat, has been accepted, at £149/17/6, for erection of cloak room, etc., at the Ararat High School. On Thursday last, at the Ararat Po lice Court, before Mr T. A. Wild, J.P., Constable Ranson proceeded against a man named Joseph Ryan for being drunk and disorderly in Vincent street' A fine of 2/6, or twenty-four hours, was imposed. To-moirow afternoon the Citizens band will give a recital in Alexandra Park, commencing at a quarter to four o'clock, when the public will nave an opportunity of hearing the music se lected for.the A.N.A. contest to be held in Melbourne nsext month. The list of 'vorks in the Railways Loan Application Bill include the f:.l lowing :-Improved yard and other-ac commodation at Ararat, £6000; Ararat to Maroons, regrading line, £6000; Langi Logan, passenger and goods sta-. tion, £1024; rearrangement Maroona as a junction station, £6000. Accounts await payment at the Ara rat Sub-treasiiry 'for the "followin...
DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
SDISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. The Ararat District High School will re-open on Tuesday next. Vacancies have been kept open for ten pupiln more, and parents are invited to make early applibation to secure admnission Pupils holding merit or qualifying cer tificates, or their equivalent, and seventh and eighth grade pupils Wi 1e given preference. An additinal list of eligible pupils of the Ararat Elementary School has been prepa.l. by the inspector in order of merit, and any remaining vacancies will be offcrcl to them in their order. An excpltiro" ally fine new staff has been allotted to the school this year to assist Mir But chers. Mr John 0. Anchen, B.A., Ifro the Melbourne High School staff, com.r with a splendid relputation as a scholar and a teacher. Mr Walker. the third mliaster appointed, was unable to COme for private reasons, and the vacant t sition is now being advertised at .:= to £252 per annum. Pendino a Iper19' nent appointment, Mr A. Ellis will ' sist in the work. The third mist...
A HOME MADE HAIR GROWER. THAT DOES MARVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
- HOMb-MADE HAIR GROWEBR. 0 THAT'DOES A1ARVELS. TDuring the last.few years announce ments.have appeared occasionally tell ing bow to make a really good hair tonic that- would actually make the hair grow, and it gives us great plea sure to learn that so many who have tried it have obtained such remarkable results. One lady writes that immediately after reading the formula, she went to her chemist and had him put up as directed, 1 ounce of Lavona de Composee, J dram Menthol Crystals, 'pnd 3 ounces. Bay Rum. She took :this home aiia; al thohgh her hair had been faling out terribly and she *as threatened with baldness, she . was astonished and de lighted to note that the falling out of the hair stopped immediately, and the hair itself began to grow in an amaz ing manner. In fact, she states that it has already grown nearly 8 inches in a little over two months. More over, her hair is now brighter, glossier and more luxuriant than ever and is still growing. She rubbed the tonic into the r...
FOWL IMPORTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
FOWL IMPORTATIONS. From the earliest dawn of Australian history keen attention has been iaid by. settlers to the necessity for impfor. ing the breeds of stock among il Macarthnr,;witl: his merino sheep from the royal stud flocks at Kew, was the earliest and most notable instance, but right throughout our history this work of stock importations has gone on steadily with the happiest result. Even the charter granted to the 011 Van Dieman's Land Company gave thl Improvement of the breeds of horses, cattle and sheep as one of their dutie? while incidentally they undertook to in prove the breed of human stock in th? tight- little island by opposing the ima portatibn of convicts frome Great B. tain.-. It camne as a surprise, nerer theless,.o the writer the other day a learn that it paid poultry fanciers to go home. and personally select high class birds and then bring them out tU Australia. That visitors to the O01 Country did make such selections ani bring them to Australia occasionali W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
gagagaggmagengulai~manuummunacsn~usmEGnaana Dapry -- 1eearig Starts TO-DAY. I boii u Wtixin for Three Weeks. 1 A Uniq-e Opportunityof securing Bargainsearly'in the Season. * i - Do 'n't Walt.- - SPRING and SUMMER -Welcome to our New Seasou's Display. The New Saso.r sai'` Styles are here. They - comprise th' inest and most Extensive ;.. Array,:of.Fashn s. Latest Productions we have ever shown in. - E1lliinery, Costumes, Blouses, &c. That the Display will prove of. great, interest to you we feel fully confident, and trust to be favored 'with-the honor of your early, visit of - inspection. All Other Departments flly Assosrte with the Latest. This is the Place that is always Firstwith the Latest ýýVI ý e ORIS The Fashion' SreCentre Barkly Street, Ararat., MR T. 0. LEE, CHINESE HERBALIST. (Late of Ballarat.) UCCESSFULLY treats diseases (in ternal and external) and all ail ments without operation. Eye special ist. - '. Practised exclusively in Shanghai and China, having been tutor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
I - @rttarara-f-.1 I First INSEC laa1 87. IJubflee--ýt4U C., l9C7. BUSINESS DIRECTORY., DVERTISER GENERAL PRINTING A OFFICE, Ligar.atreet, Ararat. Mr THEO. G. GRANO, Barrister~at-Law, Has BPmoved hia Ofco to directly OPPOSITE THF... BANK OE NEW SOUTH. WALE A Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Western Australia for taking : fgdavits in Vietoria. MR H. E. WEBB, soliealito , & . Opposite the Coart Rouse, :.. Coomissidner. of Viotoris,' Trust Money to Lend. STEWART W. IiaWIN, L.L.M BAznrIBT AxD nOLWoITOf. COMMEaRIAL HOTEL BUILDINGB BABELY STBEET ARBRAT, Moneys to lend of Freehold and Lear hold Beaurities. [A OARD.] MR ADRIAN AKHURST, L.L.B. BABRISTER AND 80LIOITOR, Barkly Street, Ararat, UNTIL lately conducting the prac. tise of Mr F. H. Eeles, is con tinuing to reside and Practice at Ara rat, and has removed to the office lately occupied by Mir H. Dodd. Visits Willaura let and 3rd Friday. .ABOHITECT, BANFIELD BITEET, ARARAT. PLANS and Specifications prepared for all olasses o...
GEELONG WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
GEELONG WOOL SALES. Dennys, Lascelles report-1200 bales were offered at Geelong .on Thursday, our catalogue being 4000 bales of wool. There was a good attendance of buyers and keen competition. Good to su perior merinos sold higher than at any previous sale; foi all other sorts ex cept coarse erossbreds there was a firm market. The top price in merinoes was 141d for twelve bales Carmichaitl's, Argyle, and 35 bales Coy's Salt Creek, Fleetwoods. Abbey Hills comebacks sold at 14ld. Tyrrell Downs seorcld 23d. We cleared nearly.all our cata logue.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
S GENERAL. The' joint- commiffttee of the t'col? porters 'and 'vehicle workers have b-di cided'to terminate the strike. " Mr Austeni Chailberlain, M.P., P is agreed to become a candidate for :tbe West Birmingaliam seat ini the House of Commons; iii succession to his father, the Right Hon. Joseph' Chamberlain, who s' retiring,, at the next. general election. Some. dogs have leen discovered at Marseilles which show symptoms of Indian, black plague. The Patholo gical Society of France urges the ex lusion,.of all dogs arriving in French ports from countries where plague is endemic. .IIt.is reported that Commissioner Eva Booth, Lead of the Salvation Army in the;:UInited States, "-is dying. Miss Booth. is the" fourth. daughter of the late :General Booth;' A telegram from Dante, in Virginia, states that ten laborers, of whom eight were negroes, "died fromi suffocation when a fire broke out'in a tunnel' which wai under- construction on the Caro lia?-Ohio railway. The cause of the outbreak i...
POST OFFICE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
POST OFFICE CLUB. For some years back it has been a source of general complaint that the fine colonnade and steps of the G.P.O., Melbourne,' have been given over, es. pecially in the evenings, to loafers and 'idlers, who, gathering out of the adjacent lanes and by-ways, have con. verted the steps into a kind of club, where they smoke, spit, exchange , litical and other views, and conmelnt fully and loudly to each other on passers-by. Ladies -especially, who have to pass along the street to the telegraph office, or who desire to mount tae steps to post letters, lty stamps or transact other postl hbusi. ness, have suffered badly throuegh the presence of these frowsy gentlemen, who, by free selection, have established a right of possession to the steps. What makes the matter worse is that until a few years ago the building was looked after in the most admirable fashion by a tall, soldierly constable, whose ministrations to ladies anl others using the building were mnarked by the most p...
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. HOME RULE. OPINION OF MR W. O'BRIEN. A NEW BILL NECESSARY. LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
CABLEGRAMS. HOME-RtLE. OPINION OF MR wV. O'BRIEN. A NEW BILL NECESSARY. LONDON, Thursday Night. Mr W. O'bsrien, Independent Na. tionalist leader, who resigned his a for Cork as a challenge to the Nation. alist party, and who was returned un opposed, said in an address to his con stituents, that the Home Rule Bill cannot pass in its present form, which he pronounced fundamentally bad. He went on to say that the Govern ment must secure the sanction of a general election for a new bill, other wise it would be impossible to call out the King's troops in case of resistance in Ulster. It is stated that preparations to re sist Home Rule are going on in Ulster. Country houses are being prepared for use as hospitals, and the drilling of Ulster volunteers continues. ..
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. AN AWKWARD FIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
OUR rEBOULNE LETTER i" AWKWARD FIX. Readers will remember how a few years "o the members of the Labor party protested loudly over what the considered the unfair treatment he Senator Pearce, who, owing to the r, silt of the elections, was, with his eC leagues, ejected from office just as h was preparing to visit London as the Commonwealth representative at the. Imperial Defence Conference. h Government representing one set political opinions should elect tof represented by one of their opponet on such an important matter as d? . fence no one explained, nor could any one outside the Labor ranks under. stand why such a preposterous claim was made. Still, in some unexplain ed fashion Mfr Fisher's followers con. vinced themselves that a deadly in. jury was done to Senator Pearce, wien had been looking forward to the trip Now a fresh cause of complaint hn arisen, and this time there is some foundation for the charges of inijust e and snobbefy that will undoubtedly he brought against the C...