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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE "The Courier" Office, Wednesday. [?]RAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
SMMEICIAL INTELLIGENCE iw-,, h Courior" Ofuco, Walneoday. RAT wuOLES.Ll PIfODUCf MAII-KIt't` quotationo arc -Wt,:t ,/5 to 3/0 ino m dop. Oat" Fair fed. 1/3 for "tootLcovy mplling. Barlry: 8/Or fair to good.3/3; Cppo. 2/4. /0; bran, 4/; o pollard. .5.4 Gnuon, nw Lit ý to X5S. flay: balling.nw83 old j; .noowo /5,, old .5.2/7/5. straw. 30/ to W/0.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
1ý.'&lt; 4 Pý4. d 1 ,...' ýtý ýý GREAT CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS AT O EJJ TONTITEJEI -A.W J EILLIS 'q * E. CORNERS TRAM TERMINUS. S UNTIL THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. IATE OfU PIRENO ALf E WE INTAND TO GIVE TII PUBLIC THIS CORISTMrASTIME THE GREATEST FFEAST OF BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN BALLARAT. WE DON'T STOCKT TOYS. BUT WE DO SPECIAlITSE .DRAPERY?T AND .CATER FOR TnE MASSES., 0VE ") SE FOBR YOUTSEILV-ES OURT XI:A.S BA.G-AIlSN Xmas' Ilraln SIin nidornlotiiing. BRGiAINS In O TES, and ad I I. rn rsea r 1.dk n d""do N g a;. Tit ont too laoo do ul in , SOAPS, VPER 'UME BUSHWARE, in?; l t5 rt in. Fln ·rt llc ilia n i , Ud er in Tab Dan inks. Shtings, Door Mats, and llearthru gs. P S nd O . nd er y l it In nd -DU J lO i o' e ellSv ,, rs, a n d FUancy Singlds. lowal, Qullt, and Sorviett. ATII -PINS, and HOSIER . Panmns,'i Travlling TrUnks and IBags. DOUBLED UP WITH PAIN "I BUFFERED WITU IBlCK AND KID iEYBS, ALSO. GRtAVEL AND DZ/L-" NESS. M1OR MUN'T'HS." "I suffered with ey back and kidneys, Al...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
oo i iR IJUI. r LUW:ARSET. OUNy' pricce were: -l Aociastion basis, Mehlbourne de, and 'Yollolrd.b-Asoiation mini n2 otatlon o bran is .n10, ond llad .4/15/ ton of 2000 Ilb dolivr l -.Milling. goo to prime, 1D9 to t )awvy teed, 1/8 to 118?; poor, oto 11po .-Trado lotb of prime;, 0/D to ley.--alting Chevalier, up to 3i6; maltng, 21. tl . .to .1. rne.-aY, £31101, eox rail; chaff, h£4/151. ff.-SpeiI, .3151 ex rail prime, £3 o. l. £211i7/6t to 3; nmedtum, .£21101 120; infeorior not offering. end Straw.-- Mnger a up to m .. ger shenav. . £3 to £31/Si s heavcs. 35, to 45/. naccodiog to y Victorian traw, up to 3216 uand oally 35/ ex ril, and to 4r' do T; las-ania;n, up to .C3 ex wharf. ernto.?.--Crmens, up to £; extra li-/. and Eccasionally to £0/lOu y, to ./3lO/., o00om quoting to £4. -jt no telobon, £0 to £C0/101, f.o.b.
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
,I I.\A . \VW1OL.ESAL? DAIRY PRODUCI MAR1LKLT. \Vedneeday. ip and.Chalnbarlal report:-1uet r ine factory priint. lld; lumlp,' ;I ld 14cp;paratr, tol9d; dairy, 8d. ld, 1noon: Si, lids middles. 11; 13; h'? ?y. d lto"ld. Lerd. Pd. 6 Hnldti. ions: i I rown - /1o/ to .. New lpotnfoos: eauty [ron .il to /10). lnweSS and C?. (late M'Qregor eort: -- Butter: Prine factory II lllamp. 11d; dairy, 8d; sepe I. p' i 9d. Barcon: Sidee, ld; -,d to? d. hCaec8i, 7-4t
PORTSMOUTH'S PLAGUES[?]OT [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
PORTSMOUT''S PLAGU S ?OT Some severe comment' on Portsmouth slums were made by the Coroner at the adjourned iniquoet oia Jessie Donellt who was foundt 1dead from wtundo in a Iourse at. Landpert (reports the "Doily News'i). On the strength of a stateent mode by a naval otoker, the Oonrminnder-in-Chief hod sanctioned the police having oevrry man of a cer-tain nane in the 1port brougllt forward for identiflcation, butl the stroktr had failed to dincover htim. The Caro ner said hle had visited Votter street, and did not hesitate to naa that it struck himr s a den of infanmy, vice. and immorality. Hie could riot see rwhy it rea allowed to exiRt. The place oeemed to ?e even voreo than htd been repremented. It was a pestilrtiril spot. and the sooner it ewa wiped out the better for the welfare of the tewn. He sormetimes wondered whether tihe naval authorities could not ut t plac "out of bnounds." The jary heartily endorsed the Coroner's remarks. rn open verdict wa'retirhnrd. MIr (. D. Ifoed...
BIG BEN OF WADHAM [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
BIG BEN OF WAdEAlMI Dr Wright-ITendorson, swho resigns the hadeship of Wadham. had a notable pre lcasr in Or Beniamin Symans, rorn moni; called "Big 'len," the fierce oppo nent of the Traetarians (saye the "West minoter Gazette'.) DrSynons had a habit of tolling the same story, to thle un-' dergraduates invitedl to. his breakfasts. On one occarion the Warden had just rolled out his venerable "ohestnt." when rnleof those fecklress Freshmen wrho are born to "put their loot Into it," observed o'itlh a mile, "I was told. sir, you would be sure toi toll us that story.' Before "Big Ben" could recover from his aston ishmont Mers Symons wisely intobrposel writh "I om very glad to find that. the good VWarden's word arem so trasuaxed in college."
PATHE'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
PATIIl?S PICTUTR S. The fine electric ventilating system in stalled at the Alfred hIall was nmuch nap preeiated last evening, inside the hall be ing poitively cooler than outside. ir 'leurnouce will present for the first time to-night a complete now double hill. startling, not only for iti quality, but also for i Lsquno. tilt' and variety. The first star is 'l'he Child Mother." n pathetic story, inl which the title role is wonderfully acecl by a little orphan girl. 'the second stnri is "The led Liht,." a sensateonal rail read dramna hy lthe sarome company ns "Kissing Cup. "The Butler's Seret" and "Outstretched hand" ore excellent dramas; while the "London GaOnrette." a fine scenic of Clovelly, and an ednelational comic fnhle. "The roeg'and the OQ," add to the variety. while "A Clever lrus" and "Everybody's Doin' It" brings t!rt element of laughter wrhich is so necesnary to a good progranme.
UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE PUBLIC AND COMMERCIAL EXAMINATION, DECEMBER, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE PUBLIC AND 603oM RIIc LL ELTMI. NATION, DECLD EIE, 111MX Senior Phoie-s.---Oo ?try Candidates. The followijg candidatw havne Io'.2 Noe 2.51 2noo,±3211 2555, 2601, 277, 3i5l, Junior Trinonometrt. -CountiO Cond? 'late.?so-s ppotentr Iorn .'ho 00 loing nandidatEs have Insend: - \aO.l 2*21, 297. 3027, 2155. I=
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
SHIPPING Arrived at Port Phillip. "Orhnhron?k;.-fronr. otholnbarg; Dimr boola, from Fremantlo; Techomo. from Ilamburg; oaninyong, from Adolaido. Sailed from Port Phillip. e ydlito. for Sydney; Wear, fer Nrc. castle; ]'ersic. for ydney; Ahbbortoou 'for Lodon; fIostok., for Antln rp; In. Barra, for F'remantle; Orontes, for Lo-. don. Sailed from Adelaide. Comston Water0, for Eastern Stfat; KapfOdO, for Fremautfo; fipool, for . Arrived at Sydlner. Caledonien, front Nonmea;: Trentham Half m from Durbanm Ulimoroa, from Now Zealaod. Sailed from Sydney. lanownn, for Melbolrno; Wyreema, for Bribanfo; Knowsley olafl, for Continent; Frithjlof. for Ocean Island; Time, for Brisbane; Empire, for China. Arrivodl at Nocrw?stle. Oswetrry, from Japan; W?Viruna, from Auoekland. Sailed from e'tweasotle. Shomata, for Newr Zealand. Arrivled at Brisbane. fooutman, from Batavria. Sailed from Brisbape. IIoutman, for Sydney. Arrirved at Fremantle. Tasmania, Iron Eaostern Stales. Soiled fromoFromnnle., Omrahb...
BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
IIALLAR.AT IRXHIBITION. There weore a onoiderable number of propla at the Exhibition yesterday, in olndlug mony who name with an e.rcur sion from Daylesford. The City rnlo Band played during th evenling, ano ganro grat pleasure to a large cnowd who folnd the night one in which the strainsa of masio were particularly aigrenable. 'Th. moving pilctures were pood, and a fresh progrnmmlo of thenl will hbo shown to-nigti. Chief Petty-of'icor Moonoyhad an inotam-tonl audienno for his demonst?n tion of the lion of the torpedo'and other articles of naral'elqnipfnont.; Apprecia tion of the' Ehibition nas a place in vhll h an evening cau h)m pleamantly spent in acquiring information and getting amuse mont is stmodily.eprending, and n ex prienoo of it is an excellent reoommen dation. " .
AMUSEMENTS "A ROMANCE OF ERIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
AMUSEMENTS "a aOtLA2fCe I OF gItIN." What i o there about the Laoid of tile Si,auroolr that makes it tile ho?neof ro- I 1a14o ? One of the mlain reaIsons un doubtedly' in tlit the ancient Ersle langsag~ fill ply taeon with talus of mys ticjimn. Thelre is scarcly a squal? rodml of lanl(d in Ireland that han not ?mann hIngd attHoalled to it. - Eaic gnarled oid irn has its itnprisoeed dryad and each tiremn and mill its water-nymph, while every toalsitol is a resting-plane or a throno fur a fairy, and the rings formedt by "tle little people" are ans plentifuli os pins in a ClorioLmas pudding. Primi such surroundlings romanticism springs m dtu nl y, and o r??, boyy and every girl drinks in wit t avidlty te Inales that are told by nurCses amtnd others at festive gathorintn and around the peat fires in -,e ample ohi nneys at night, Hence it is that rite Irilsh atonre is no lovable and ao excitable; nald hence it is that ro mance is bred naturally and inrvitably. An Irish man or woman vitho...
CROPS IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
Tio big Canadian crop nmovenlet in e r lalst ,- haring considerable t adonomr in Edmonton. 'The our r,.iicCl5. in thlt city of the (thadion ignc" ,tltcd.;--.Coellctions arre cWi dAgnLcnrya b?. uite better. Ono of the Ineg?et ý 'ai e orc f teo Lneho c.w lAti" in an r it view, Ot same con. eidncation regarding th? Canadian reop Snutlind tn our leotte hreer o ",rk . lie prpheied that in 10 )ram we MIA be M1" in the Canadlan Wvt not Sll,2 0e00 1 gut 4000000,oO bushels of ,?t,, "o that, neotwithetanding the ennormuns rnnsnrcs Or the three sr. tinentah raidVaY, wllh the addedl lbcntl of the Vestcr grain route and theLo IHud. n'is loy ra? riwa, it will be ienpoeMibo Wn' "lae '"ale c"p in three monethe to morn the who , I t a0 ' an- farmers nill' hve I tore thle grain n their own farmna until it can be, pl. filaily chippol."
FISH PRESERVING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
I IS INI SlfTVING. , Ili ahlcer wero en I bor le better lalitl of Woro ILUxort m y eot vIOY 1 0 Wt 000 to ut oTO timta "oI [ JO of Uor lodinmg and ?oW tl br an"dwere unohbtainable x. woll-tnoW~Ira^ . ,ri IB The "]*rrducA pl t e xtri fi p r I otlh NoVEmbr, o ro. torkesi"n London, aiod :-"Al. or ftE a s l hr dcnand for-oed Alahka irnaho is eprrotM luring tloe next fe. wekn, tho l rc on The spot W, 0ro. ooculod. A"n vaneo of 3d lor e,., which woo unobltnnblo , werek an, hbo Sto - twsmlirn I^en Asi erpcan d for o ler aue ohong for . not or tOO nmolt few0001o weis ra thoe loat of prrveot pro. tisio lttItob vta Uations for tbie new h ic'a shipmh st hvto 1rdsmal 1(3 to o", cCR R o 111 opn"i"n prfrt 0ore I/6 S?er a o oarlicst shipmOntI oare al-. f'edo a(t.di Ma furthor prenunm. There ihly nno hn o'li the prieo of pink Alaska 1n tin w ic is t 1ti olling nd he t-lo east prodouctionp but pook ,-0 0ll not d ecpt prcnt spot prin for , «, hiunmcnts."
PRODUCTION OF CEREALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
PRODUCTION OF CNREAIS. Thle hugo Russian wheat harvest this eason is expected to counterholance the decrenaed supplies from Argentina and India, in and after March. when the Black Ine ports become freo from ice. There has been conmsiderablo divergence in the reports as to the extent ol the current lussian crop harvhetrol seeraol l months ago. Tile International Institute of Agriealtlre at Rome has a repntation as a carefu rcompiler, and its estinntes ore receivedn with respect. It ertimates the totsl production of wheat in lRussi in Europe at 448.666.000 met. which shows aon increnase of 3t.3 per ceont. over 1912. Ite showend 3.9 per cent. dteerease, barley i. per rent. increase. oats 13.2 ter cent. increase nd onaize 8.5 per cent. dereanse. Total production of wheat in the North ern Hemisphere. frorm figures n far to hand. is cetimntedt at 1.84.50.ItO cwet. no inereae of 9.2 per cent. over 1912. Pre. par?itory rork and sowing of winter cc. reals hnave h?n carried ow gcnerelly on. d...
COUNTRY NEWS MILLBROOK. STATIONMASTER TRANSFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
COUNTRY NEWS MILLBROOK. S1'.\,'I O\.[,\ STl\ TI,','SF"I1R.ED. Mr W. Curtail. utatiiafleut.r at Mii-l brouk for. about nine mnonths. has been transferred to a station near llorhnu. 3Lr J. Bull is now in clurge. PRIiVALKNCGI OF FOXES. - During hay-cutting oparatinsn flnce hare been driven from their lairs into the nover of the nrub along th MoIorn hoel. 'tho prsene o Inrteynarl iln such large nutwtrs naeaunts for thIo raidhls that haver been meule on hen-roosts lately.