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CHINESE DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
CHINESE DOCTOR. M"B H. H. PANG, direct from China, late address, Nicholson street, Fitzroy, Melbourne, present address - Ligar street, Ararat. Mr Pang has extensive experience in the Medical College of Canton, three years medical attendance at Shanghai Hos pital. Skilful in all external and internal diseases. Syphilis and peu liar diseases successfully treated. Mr Pang may be consulted in Ligar Street, .next "Advertiser" OGice. Consulta tion hours, from 9 am. to 9 p.m. Please read the following testfobnial. 16 Cobden street, Kew. To Dr. H. H. PANG-I think it is only fair that I should express my gratitude for the great benefit your herbal treatment has been to me. For the benefit of other sufferers I may say that I have not had good health for over eight years. I have had an inward complaint since ny last child was born, and the doctor that attended me told me that there was nothing but an operation that would cure me, and two or three other doctors have since said the same, and tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
WANTED TO SELL., l" Prime oaten Chaff: . 2/6 .Cwt in. anismalllots;:2/Cwt; in Half Ton and Ton lots. Prime9Qats 1/9 bus hel by-the bag.--- . MACKAY, &' THOMSON, Ararat. Ti OR SALE.-2 Draught MARES ?. "aid 1§ GELDING, 7 to 8 -years old. Good': workers.afid 'sound; Apply iGeo. Vhnstan; Moyston. F OR SALE.-An Assortment of Or namental TILE HEARTHS;, at 10/ each. E. W. Bulte, Queen Street. South. - SouTRAYED into my 'Paddck:: 12 Sminonths ago, Young Black B?LL. If not claiidea, to be.sold "tbo pny .ex penses. :W. Johns,7 Taty6oon '. LURNBRAE SECHOOL. B URNBRAE SCHOOL :Re-opens oni M?ONDAY, 9th of February. Miss Cannon will be in Ararat ?ifter the 4th February. T. .. Gossip, HOUSE, LAND AND COMMISSION AGENT. Opposite Leopold's Commercial Hotel, S ARARAT. -. Rents Collected. Commissions Executed. A GENT for-Australasian Mutual In s': surance Society, Ltd., Life In surance Company of Australia, Ltd., Equity Trustees Coy., Representative of R. F. Toutcher, Auctioneer; Commis sioner ...
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. BOWLING. On Wednesday last the Ararat Bowl ing Club sent a large, contingent of members to Ballarat, and the result was a most enjoyaole 'otintig. :They were. most hospitably treated :byf the Golden City bowlers, and had the sa tisfaction .of winning one game out of the two that were played. In the morning they played a.match of three rinks with the *Ballarat East Club, when they gained a comfortable vie= tory, but they were defeated ili'th'aif ternoon, when they met the'.Ballarat Club. The scores in tne two matches are as follows :-. Ararat v. Ballarat East. Ararat-39. Bates, W. H. Mackay, Philpott, Claringbold .. . . .. Jones, Moore, De Nully, `T.? G Grano ....... .. Shaw, . W. H. Grano, PT. Grano "? ' Wightwick ..... ..... ..... 7 BhallaratEast-24. Pryor, Beacham, Strong, Anderson 6 Cleghorn, M'Adams, Wills, Berry 7 Gunn, Macmanamy, Treadwell, Notman .. ... 11 Ararat v. Ballarat. Ballarat-152. - Anderson, Figgis, Watson, Morgan 24 Fricke, Duncan, Cohen, T. ...
ARARAT MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ANNUAL MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
ARARAT MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. A-NCiAL MEETNfi 'OF SUB- V -SCRIBERS._- ' The annual meeting of subscribers of the Ararat Mechanics' Institute and T Free Library was held at the institute 1 last night. Mr T. L. Grano (Presi- b dent), occupied the chair, and there was a fairly good attendance. COMMITTEE'S REPORT,. e The annual report of the committee 1 was as follows :- ce In presenting to the subscribers the b 54th annual report, the committee h have much pleasure in stating that E another successful year has been passed through. As will be seen by the hal ance sheet, the receipts from all c sources have been £478/7, which, with N the balance of £93/1/4 carried forward from last year, makes a total of £571 E 8/4. The expenditure for the term p under review reached a sum of £471 15/10. Included in this amount, it A will be noticed, are payments of £150 C in reducing the mortgage on your build- V ing, which now stands at £550, and £29/5, interest thereon, leaving a cre- C dit balance at ...
BORING FOR WATER. MEETING AT WILLAURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
S.BORING FOR WATER. MEETING AT WILLAUlA. (From our own Correspondent.) At the meeting of the Willaura Pro gress Association on Tuesday evenint last, the President (Mr u. B. Dowie) in the chair, and there being a large attendance, the question of Providing a new water supply for the to wnship again Canm? up for consideration. Mr Murphy, who was appointed to c Mo1nva the town and district with the view of ecuringsupport in the way of provid. boring, stilted that they had receivedth an offer from a ha athe had receiveld an offere a depth company to put down a bore a depth of 200 feet at 5/9 per foot the association to pay the freight ohathe boring plt t from Melbourne. That means that a sum of £62 would be required for the purpose. Up to the present time he had received promises aggregating £31, that there oise like aniount yet wanted. was a hopeful of being abie to et was amount, and as he thought there might be a windfall an,} d?t, lhe moved "That a letter' b " a, he moved Shire Coun...
ARARAT TURF CLUB. WEIGHTS FOR THE FEBRUARY MEETING. J. J. KELLY, Handicapper. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
Cp uLtIB. WEIGITS FOGR THE FEBRUARY M EETING. The .nnual meeting of the Ararat p: L'urf Club, which is to be helds ton cc Wednesday, 4th Febru eary.. mes' to S ,e the most successful held by the club sr 'or many years past. The club has le seen successful in securing a record w entry, horses coming from Melbourne, C ailarat, Horsham, and other centres, Ii onsequcntly a good day's asport should.: G ,e the result. The followiu" weights p1 lave been declared : -ANDICAP TRIAL STAKES.--Si x Furlongs. st. lb. 01 Costello's b m 80o Near, 4 yrs 9 0 s 9. Deans's ch m Golden Prin- 8 13 1 cess, 5 yrs ... " " " -' 3. Merrison's blk g Correi, 3 yrs 8 5 Poyntou's ch m Volvo, 6 yrs, or g h. aged " " ....... 7 2. A. ). Looker's br g Le , yrs 7 12 A. Aston's h m Lertsoc, 6 yrs .. 7 7 W. H. Brown's b m Belle Moore, 7 0 2 yrs ............... Silson's br m Kilmnuir, 6 yrs 7 0 b W. H.. Brown's b h Bobinski, 6 13 2.yrs. 6 1....... .... . 613 I. Robertson's b m Gage, 4 yrs. 6 11 E. A. House's b m Miss Mon...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
MININCE INTELXLAGEN 1. SCathcart Censtral scrip had' offers of 34/3 in the Melbourne share market on Thursday utpon a report that iri the: No. 2 branch reef drive in:-.the south-east end of..the mine they had bored up to 0 the wash at 40 feet ahead of too pre- i vious bore, and at 16½ feet above theI drive they obtained a prospect which (1 gave a speck of gold, together with c colors of gold. The report sent along also stated that the washdirt was dry. Rumors of the most absurd character gained currency in the town on Thurs day in regard to the position of the New Langi Logan mine. It may be stated that the allegations regard ing the unsafe state of the rise are t without any tangible foundation a whatever, and the fact that there is a e lock in the rise and another in the t level is sufficient proof that the mana- I ger long ago fully determined to take E no risk. In a letter forwarded to the legal manager of the company, Mr 1 James Mackay, on Wednesday,' Mr W. H. Toole says :-"We ...
IT NEVER FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
IT NEVER FAILS. "For years we have been .sing Cham. berlain's Cough Remedy," says Mr Herbert H. Woodhead, Wentworth, N.8.W. "We have six children and never use anything else for the treat ment of coughs, colds and bronchial complaints. I confiently recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to every one, more especially, to parents, who like myself have- ?young children's health to safeguard.: It never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by Oust and Scholes,. Gen. Merchants; T. A, Wild and A. Gamsono chemists, Barkly street, Asarat. "
VICTIM'S LAST MEAL. SUGGESTS NEW THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
VICTIM'S LAST MEALi SUGGESTS NEW THEORY. The doctors discovered that the last dinner of the murdered nian included pea soup and haricot beans. These are on the menus of the North-West ern Railway Company's dining cars. The police are enquiring-if Reeks was served on the Liverpool to Wolver hampton train, on which a party of suspected confidence tricksters, .who had been attending the Manchester races, travelled. The police had these men under surveillance until they left Manchester. - i
WILLAURA NEWS. Friday. PROPOSED NEW CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
WILLAUBA NEWS. (From our' own Correspondent.) Friday. PROPOSED NEW CEMETERY. The question of securing a site for a new cemetery at Willaura ~was consider ed at-the last nmeeting'.of the- local Progress `Association. It- will be re membered that the original proposal was'to esde?'or;to get anuiinused half chain road that was running through Mr 'R. Walker's land, about a mile and a-half from the township. Mr Walk er was quite willing-to excbhange the piece of road.- Mr M-urphy reported tnat he had taken the health officer, lDr. Osler, to'ine "spot for the purpose of insleeting one site, and he had ex pressed himself to the effect that the locality was in1 every, way suitable for the purposbs for hiich it was required by the association. I. was decided that the healtn officer submit a report to the: associitiih; "ands if the latter's re port is satisfactory =which it must be in face of whit his taken plaee-that the -whole -matter be explained to the Ararat' Sliiie Co?ncil' anid- that t...
MURDER MYSTERY. POLICE PERPLEXED. THE REAL RAMSDEN. FRUITLESS SEARCH. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
MURDER MYSTERY. POLICE PERPLEXED. THE REAL RAMSDEN. FRUITLESS SEARCH. LONDON, Wednesday. The police at Liverpool admit that their investigations into the murder of the Sydniey enlgineer, '(Kent Reelis), whose body was, found near a disused 'pit at 'Wolverhadnpton, havei'iled at a stonewall. Although Reeks did not visit London,' Scotland-Yard. has been enquiring into certain London clues. The search for the real T.' H: Rams det, who 'is. supposed to have been a fellow-pasenger of Reeks on board the Empress of Ireland, has so''far proved fruitless. "' ' ' ' A girl friend of Reeks, whom she'met on the Empress 'of Ireland, made "an interesting statement to-day. She said that~ Reeks told her; that, he hiad friends at Bournemouth, whom he in tended 'to visit.' ..She was '"wiLn him when he obtained his dollar bills:from thne purser, wiiio had 'taken charge' of them _during the' voyage. R; eeRes rather foolishly 'counted ?the ,money openly 'in the presence of the crowd' aiti'ng to' leave th...
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. Yesterday's:,juotations of Ararit stocks were as-under : :Catheart-Buyers, 3/; sellers; 3/6. Do. (paid)---ellers, 3/6. " . Cathcart Central-Buyers, 34/; sel lers, 35/.- : , - . ! - . . Catheart Victory-Buyers, 1/3 ; set lers, 2/. Great Langi Logan-Buyers, 3/; sellers, 3/5. 'Langi" Logan North--Buyers, 5/f; sellers, 5/3; sales, 5/1. Langi Logan Solith-Biuyers, 15/6. Langir Logan Central-Buyers,' 3/3; sellers, 3/6.. , . New Langi Logan-Buyers, 32/; sel lers, 32/3; sales, 32/. * Upper Langi Logan-Buyers, 1/3. P. E. STBANGWAED, Sharebroker; Member Stock Exchange, of Melbourne, 331 'Collins Street, Melbourne. (Tel. 8226.) - - Private telephone, Winds-r, No. 2879. GEORGE GOSSIP, Agent..
BOUNDARY DISPUTE. PRIVY COUNCIL DECISION. VICTORIA WINS. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S APPEAL DISMISSED. WADE'S LINE ADOPTED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
BOUNDARY DISPUTE. PRIVY 'COUNCIL DECISION. VICTORIA WINS. SOUTH. AUSTRALIA'S APPEAL DISMISSED. WADE'S ,LINE ADOPTED. LONDON,.Wednesday. The:boundary dispute case, in which the parties were South Australia and Victoria, reached finality before the Privy Council to-day, when the appeal of South Australia against -the decision of the High Court. of- Australia was dismissed.:-- : Mr Paul Ogdon Lawrence, K.C., and Mr E.-E. Cleland (of South Australia), appeared .for :the .appellants, andii Sir Robert Finlay, K.C., and Mr Edward Mitchell, K.C. (of Melbourne), appear=. ed for the.respondents.. : Their Lordshipsheld that there could be no doubt that the. two Executives contemplated.fixing Wade's line as .the boundary line, and that in point of law the line -was .so fixed. ..They also found gnat both Executives intended to fix the boundary. finally when -they* accepted ithis line. Their Lordships gave :the instance of the Lieut..Gover nor of South Australia proclaiming it as ..the boundary i...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 31 January 1914
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PROPERTY SALES. lMessrs 1I. Dodd and Son report hold ing a clearing sale on account of Mr J. T. Moran, executor in the estate of the late P. Moran, Dunneworthy. The sale took place on Wednesday, and there was a fair attendance of buyers. Eighty-nine acres of land, at Three Mile Creek, with the Durham Hill Ho tel and all improvements, realised £9/15 per acre, tue purchaser being Mr P. Moran, of Ballarat. i" block of 59 acres at Dunneworthy was sold at £2 per acre to Mr Griffen, of Crowlaw and 20 acres at Moore's Reef, to Mr James Moran, of Ararat, at £1/5 per acre. The furniture and chattels sold at satisfactory rates. Messrs H. Dodd and Son also report holding a clearing sale at Ararat on Thursday in the estate of the late J. Nelson Jones, under the instructions of the Sandhurst and Northern Dis- tricts Trustees' Agency Company and Mr T. Pritchard, trustees in the estate. There was a good attendance of buyers from all the surrounding districts. Leamington, t...
A DENSE FOG PREVAILING. THROWN INTO ICY WATERS. SPLENDID CONDUCT OF MEN. NORFOLK (Virginia), Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
A DENSE FOG PREVAILING. THROWN INTO ICY WATERS. SPLENDID. CONDUCT OF MEN.. NORFOLK (Virginia), Saturday. The Monroe struck bow firAt during:a leuse fog. '-Only. those who .ere' aak. sned through the sirens and screiiniig were able to escape., " The Nantucket sent out; lifeboats; dhich picked up many figures which" 'vere struggling in the icy waves. Many f the survivors are in a grave conedi ;ion. The passengers state that the reow behaved splendidly. The captain gave his place in the ,aoat to theo only man visible .on, declik. ±'hen, as there was still rooin, he en :ered himself. It. was impossible, ow .ng to. -the rapid:. sinking of the 'ves ielto;awaken the passengers who were ,elow'. :-. EFFECTIVE LIFEBOAT WORK. NEW. YORK, Saturday. According to statements of survivors, .he captain and crew or the* Monroe >jehaved .with great coolness, even when .he steamer had turned to such a steep .mgle as to render it almost impossible ,o walk on the sloping deck. The cap ain. and eigut vo...
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. APPALLING AT NIGHT. ONE SINKS LIKE STONE. PASSENGERS ASLEEP. FORTY-NINE LIVES LOST. NEW YORK, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
-t- --- - CABLEGRAMS. EBlUTER'S DPECIALsa APPALLBING DISASTERB. SIES COLLIDE AT NIGHT. ONE SINKS LIKE STONE. PASSENGE8S ASLEEP. FORTY-NINE LIVES LOST. NEW YORK, Friday. News of an appalling snipping dis aster in the Atlantc nas been conveyed ,o New York by . wireless.,' The Merchants and Miners' Shipping company's steamer Nantucket col idet ,Vltn the s.s. Atonroe, with tne result gnat tne latter vessel sank like a stone within ten minutes of being struck. It appears that the disaster occurred off the Winter Quarter.lightship. The .donroe was struck amiusnips by the -.antucket turing the night. The two wessels became locked tor a few min ates, but the Nantucket then staggerci Jack, and turned. her searchligut oi ,ie Monroe. There were 54 passengers aboard the .11-fated steamer, which carried a crew if 79. When the Monroe was rippeu. ipen many passengers, the majority of whom were in their night clothes, felh .nto the water. Most of those aboaru ,vere asleep, and it is thought that •n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
WIaMERA AND WESTERN DiS TRIOT LAND SALES. _ .Messrs Young Bros., Horsham, Nhill Hlamilton and uranches, report an im provenment in the demand for all classes of land, and during the past few weeks they sold a total area of 25,367 acres for the sum of £96,050. anl leased 5778 acres. The principal sales were :-Account Executors in Es tate late Sir J. J. Duncan, the well known Yarram Park station, near (;lcnthompson, in the Western District of Victoria, area 22,808 acres, together with stock and plant, to F. T. Cobold, Queensland (conjunction Messrs Den nys, Lascelles, Ltd., and T. H. Laidlaw and Co.) ; J. Greenwood, Gerang, near Nhill, 318 acres, at £8/10, to R. Argall; J. Budgen, Rainbow, 543 acres, to E. S. Shiedow; near Rainbow, 637 acres to Jno. Hickey; H. J. Millar, one acre land and shop,,to D. J. M'Whirter; L. Menzel's estate, 94 acres, near Jeparit; Jos. Byrne, Wallup, 1040 aecreson lease to _Mr Gilmour ; Miss Ervin, Nlill, 534 acres, at £6/7/6, to. Mrs Ervin';'Jno. Clark, Net...