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CHARACTER TRAINING SIR ROBERT BADEN POWELL'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 7 January 1914
CHARACTER TRAINING SIll ROBERT BADEN.POWEL'LS VIEWS. Sir lRohert Bnden.Po'woll,. Iho founder and.directlor of tihe Doy Scout miovementt, hal "a notablo letter in tile ".'Morning P'ont" on "Character Training and the I Moy Scouts." SAt procut the country spends po many millions on eduention-that is, on troi. - ing.itt sone and daughtlras to be good, healthy, prosperous citizeno--and if odu. cation muccessfully effeoted this tesult. thlro would be little to say against it," saYH Sir Robert. 'But we have to look at the other aide of the balancesheet as it actually rxists. Hero we find that wo spend on equail number of millions on punishing our 'edu cated' people for failing to lie the good oitizons they ought to be, or in trying to remedy their Idefrcts in this direction. Prisons and police, poor relief anid unom00. ployed, ned lpoor and inf:mt mortality, squalor, irrelgion. seething discontent what it crop of tares for all our Bowine of expnesive sred LI 'All triaceable more or les di...
BROKE HIS SPINE. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
DROhN TIHS SPINE. MIEL3OUR NE. Wednesdoy., A peulior acrident happened yesterday to David Smythe. aged 56. of Victoria street. North Melbourne., He was riding on a load of hay, when It slipped, and ho fell astride the efSmyhe tooa todlt hot to-da no notiCe of the ince l1nt, Ollt to-d .h paralys~is se in; and he, was takEn to th'. alelbonern eenital. where it was found that his spine, was, broken. HIe is in critical .condition " The W.A. Ixemlltlvo Council on Tucs day decidled that theo lw sollal taho Ito oaurso In relpect of tile cos of Charlir Odgerss who at the December sittings of the Crlmnal. Court, was found guilty ol the murder of .?ihnlcth Mldolynoeux at ilalgohln on aond Oetober lost. a? d ser tenced to death. Odg1er wili he aangel 0n 14th J 0anuary. S'ho decision, of tile Eecutive Coluncil will olbviata theo 1 eoedty far the trial of tie condemned man on a neand charge of tl murlr of rIielhrd: Williams at WnVrooln o0 or autrt 12th Septemoer last.
INDUSTRIAL MATTERS THE MAITLAND COLLIERIES. QUESTION OF SHIFTS. TROUBLE LOOMING. NEWCASTLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
INDUSTRIAL MATTERS. PRO MAIT hAND COLLIERIES. QUESTION OF SIFlTS., ` TIIOUBLi?,LOOMiNO. • NI3WCA-STII, WVednesday.. Tieforeno of the quasfilon of thoe .nholi tion of tile aftlrnoon shlft, ii the Mait land district. collieries osy ho omade to tihe Wogen Board. hut it does not follow that thin.will ond tile troubleo. Colliory protprietors nay that they. will oppoOse, tio referencet to tiht Board ontho groul that it las, no right to en'y, whethor ortniot lmonr thLan one shift will e wrorked Ini the mines. They arguo' that, if the Boari lion that right, then it hans an eqtIal right to snay how many lshifts shall .be worked in other indastrJios;' nd why shouhl the mining indnstry be singler out anti allowed to work only one shift lwhile other traldes can work all round Ito clockl P . An intoertlng sit.tio llo'will he created by the contention of the colliery I proprie taot, and if tliey are suriessful in ppot.- 1 ing the referencel to the Boarl, tlhere will' at once be trouble in the Mai...
The Ballarat Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. THUUISDAY, JANUARY 58 1914. Sir John Madden has always been a good and considerant friend to Ballarat. He has neror failed. on any occasion which care him the opportunity, to irpeak well of Ballarat and to say that which will interest his audience in this com munity. His generous: recognition of public serices rendered henr, and his fanltles optimism of. Ballarat's future, are in bright and shining contrAst to the utterances of those poor citizens who, though they have done weal here, and die doing, well.' depreeito (or rather Eo Nay to depreciate) this contre whenever they give seice to the narry stuff they call their thoughts. The "stinking fish" etored might well study tihe grace ful and forcefril testimony of Sir John Moadden in his pithy epitome of our industrial positioenwhen opening the tallarat .Industrial lEhibition, and try to live up to it. The experience of the world is .that a goldfield is a place in which the earth is...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
SDEATHS GALB.ALLT.-On the 2nd Janutry. at \ellington. New Zealad nfd tthr long and painful iolnche, 1'li lfth Galbdlld d denly)ate of Warr2 yeAbip bove s.on Slaughrter of the late 3amee hay. I.eply iregreted. ONSy, 113.--O tie 6th January, at Io bournT e O nar. the beloved son of .Mr and heo Honennch, of Pootilla (died aud denly); aged r. yers. IN MEMORIAM CT.ARK.KSn Ioint remembrance of my Iner hubnted y illiamr and our anr anther, ,uno dleparted thoa life 8th Janu S' Sadly mieed.e - Inerted eby his nrrowing widaow. and dear lather, who died en e 8th of Janu - ary, 1913. They mi' you most whao loved you bwt. The shock was great, the pain severe, For little did We think ttt his death wat so near.. -Inoerted b his loin dearon. dheantr in-law, and little grmedeon, Mr and Mrs II. ('lark, 8mythesdale. D.KLZ IL:-In loving memory of my iear wife, wh-o passed away at Iount CleIr, llninyong road. on 8th of January, 1913. Sweet remembrance. hGOu~.Gl-It memory of my evr sister. Emily, wrl o d...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
1'P1WX TO Anv1j:wrT11NfrNTS. Amua."nicnts page 8 l d Found 8 ductlatR. ·L( aenl.. Me . . 8tlh rwil ) Iklr 2, -1p . 4 MR 'd and linni- IPublic Nocian .4 tleneu 8 & i d' iIarefloa a Coach fiano-t.4;L1O 4 S111p1,1 1 1 .. 1 4 SituationS Vacant8 J~nllt .9 Situtial \\"td 8 ror F. . .. . 8 Sn 4.4. Trrade Ntinrq, 1. ao-· Ll rad [wad Wanted to Sear . 4 6Wonted to Sel 8 H L.o.4 \V09tod Isuown 8 4a t. · .. .
BALLARAT POST OFFICE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
BALLAT AT POST OFFIC~E NOTICES. Mails for Europe.; per RM.S. Orontee vill cloue at the Post Oflice as undert Money order. 5 pro.m. Wednesda., 7th January: paueels post. 6 p.m.. Wednes day. 7th .Jaolury; registered letters. 6 p.u.. Thursday. Sith .launulary: letters and paners. 6.5 p.m.. Thursday, 6th January Portero.and S urreto stMondays. Tuo days. Wedne.ndays Thursdays, 6.50 p.m.; Saturdays. 6:30 a.m., 6.80 p.m. Now South Walea, daily. 10.1 a.m.,. 6.30 p.i.; lvirerlena, daily. 10.15 a.m.; Coronra. daolty 10.15 n.m. Queensland, daily. 10.15 a.m. South Australia. Bordertown, and Mount Gambier Districts. 10.15 a.m.. 6.45 p.mn. duily. Western Ausilrali. 8thJnonuary, 6.61 p.m. Hobart and Launceston, and all porte. Olth January. 6 a.m. Stanley, Bernie. Dernport. Strahan. Zeehan, and Queenstown, 9th January, 6 a.m. Stanley; Wynward. Burnie, 14th Jonu • , 6 a.m. rlng Island. 0th January. 6 a.m S New Zeland, via Hobart. 11th Ja.n ,: r'` 6 a.m. " Wellington, 9th January. 10.15 a.m, Anucklan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
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FROM OUR EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
FROM OJIH EXCHANGES Books cau only reveal us to ourselves, and as often as they do us this service, we lay them aside. -Thoreau, "Letters." Tho construction works in conneetion with the Hleywood to MIount Ganmbier railway are progressing satisfactorily. Twenty-nine motor eam left Melboourne vesterday in the intorstato motor-ar re liability contest from Melbourne to Syd lnot VWalter MeGinnon, wlho hos been stationed at 3Maryborough for the "post 20 years, hos sont in his rreignation. Ito intends going on the land at nomebush. Members of the Water Commission are to visit the Tongala district this week for th purposeo of advioing settlers in regard to methoda of oultivatin. The estate of the nlate Sir John Logon Campbell, Mf.D., of Auckland, ho beae valued for stamp duty at 627.966. - your bicyclies were removed from ti office of the glass bottle works tu South Mhelbourne en Monday night. Fortho five months in which the rail way line from Geoilong to!ei lroon has been opened, the passe...
BALLARAT PIG MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
? ALLALA.T 1P1G M ALET. \Vcdanilfty. and Pullum report:-g'taOl Y ' pe proning pig sale of this year and PIpp in all Cl. ? .was a m odeorat llosonerr: The principal curers in aRttendmano a - uamI, and the ,?Olened atn res comparing mora l c?r;lby will tihoso rulingat our Sheld on. the 17th lowmhler. As ho progressed, however, comnpeti a keelercc and. vahlu generally "0e figs c ta b qguited at gauipte p',rp, ie cad higher than ohttmdund he'do ig sloe ol the year, ithe market dgdfli fl[t. l.'ho top price of the mar cet"er. a pen of xlconers vwoo secured by SS. Ilarret, of \\ idocrmlere, whose " brcught .tt;4/ per herd; nlthough the - cprie of a/7/ was mrali?cd for go single pig aold for Mr It. LI'livr, crm wre quote:--P'rie bacnml /3//6 to.. 3/15/; extra good haaoiors, 6 to .£jt/ to £it/71; malidm weiglhts, .21/5/el ]aekiatters and etiopipr: a few were yarded, but they old kably well, and met with tip-top tition. Best mado from .£5 to £0, one rxceptionally prioe-heavry now ,- otherl fr...
EXCURSION TO QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
B5CUR.ION, TO QU1J1NSCLIFF. A rush not in for tickots in onncption with the Lbenezor SS., exourslon-to tho 'Cliff, which takes plaro to-morrow.. Tic kets will bo m?ld'm tle ahops up'to 6 p.m. ns per. adwlrtsement; from,8 too p.m.i at the Ebenezar Sunday school, and on' the railway station to'morrow morn ing." Tho train.loaves-at 7.l1n,nr.. atop ping at Ballarat-s ant nod Warrenheip, and returning ,"from Quoenolifft nt 7.5
THE GREAT JANSEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
Titl "GIinAT JANSmtN. Fresh from his econd tour of 'Austr laoia, Jansen will appear for ono night only at tho Mechanics' Hall, on Saturday neat.' le is bringing with hintan on tiroly new comnpany of American player, to spr, rt hinm on this. his final tour of Austsalie and the Orient. We all know what Jansen in-one of the greatest illu sionists tho world has produced; his per formances britle, wifi novelties. . I mnakres thoeinmrah:tho coomonploep, and performn the eremingly.. impossiblo, with mnarehlox? r detcrity ..
WIRTH'S CIRCUS LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
WTR'TII'S CIRCUS LTbD. This \well-known combination will ap par near the Public Batha at Ballarat East on Ta?eday, and-Wednaday next. It is a real travelling circus and msnea eorie that takes three trains to convey it from plae t place. This '?oason's arlcbtaular and son.,tional sapcialitieai inoludo Dare-devil Dcnperaldo, who defies death; the arccomplished La IBeIlle Vic toria, quegn of the alack wire; Nelsoan and .Basntin, in acrobartic and risley per ,rarmanesa" the Flying Codonh. aerial ists; the Stair Sisters, eantortionists and gymnats; Aanredo tho fling mn; thoe Sisters"IIobson, w -ire-walking prodigis. ggy a qta ACae otheflin i and a galaxy oa. star turn. performing all manner of wonderful and daring feaut.