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RAILWAY OFFICIAL FAREWELLED. PRESENTATION TO MR THOMSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
BAILWAY ;OrYIIAL. rAWPs3; PRESENTATION TO MR THOMSON. On Saturday .norning last a large number of railway men, representative of the various branches of the depart ment, assembled in the spacious carpen ters' snop at the Works depot to bid farewell to Mr H. Thomson prior to his departure to Warrmnabool to take up a position in the Ways branch, to wiech he has recently been promoted. Mr Thomson enjoyed wide- popularity amongst his fellow 'employes at this centre, anu they determined that the occasion shoula not be allowed to pass without presenting him with some tan gible recognition of their goodwill ann esteem. Ir J. B. Strickland occupied the chair, and after announcing the object of their meeung, there that day, pro. ceeded to express, in eulogistic terms. his high appreciation of their guest's many manly and attractive attributes lie was, he said, extremely sorry that their friend was going away, but felt that that sorrow was considerably less ened by a knowledge of the fact tha...
OUTBREAK AT STAWELL. DWELLING DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
.'OUTBBEAK AT STAWELL. . DWELLING DESTROTED. Stawell was the scene oat another ?! at about nine o'clock on SatiOr vening, when the weathelioard ,' lence of Mrs Martin, an elderly I3. situate in Campbell street, was coC oletely destroyed, as were also the C' tents. The brigade responded quid ly to the alarm raised, but were pc less to save the building. For a ti the houses on both sides of the 1": ing appeared to ba in dap Cr, 1, hrough the energies of the Iriph and the fact that a strong sneth!:' wind 2anued tLe flames towards th roadway the houses were saved. Tk Iouse and furniture were insured fe :215 in the Scottish Un; . Comp. \Irs . t. " and her graenhlaughterlJO tiout £10 :n nos, in the fire.
LYCEUM PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
,.LYEUM PICTURES. The' Grampians Amusements Ltd. ( joyed "another large house at tk isualpicture show last Saturday er. Wng.,, "Rose. of Surrey, " a fine flr ance Turher drama, 2500 feet in leoag has' been chosen for the star pito for to-morrow evening's eutertainmet Another star in "The Foreign ?.t will also be included in the programr which is an exceptionally fine "' caried one.
WILLAURA. LIGHT HORSE TROOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
S WILLAVBRA. S:.?rom our own Correspondent.) .. LIGHT'HORSE TROOl'. :.In consequence of the smnallness i the numiier of members of the Wi laura section of the Australian L:i' Aorse, and the long distances some oi ,he men have to journey to atte drills, tncre is on foot a scheme fa making Wickliffe or Lake Bolae ta headquarters of the troops. LEAVING LAKE BOLAC. Mr F. H. Eastick, of Lake lonis, severing his connection with the .1 .riet at an early date to reside in lleI bourne. During the very many yar Air *Eastick has lived in" tie distrei ae has taken a lively interest in ro local .institutions, and hls departie, rill mean a distinct loss to those s?s ral bodies. METHODIST HOME 1MI.SIO.X Mission 'services in connccton e ii :he Methodist Church are now in i, ;ress in Willaura and the surroun:q districts.' On Friday evening last tei were entered upon, when the Rev. I Hooper -delivered a most interesti; lecture on "Slum and Outback''i ,he Mount Pleasant State SehooL Oi Sunday the Rev....
BOROUGH COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS. COUNCIL SITS AS A COMMITTEE. FOUR APPLICATIONS FOR ENGINEER AND TOWN CLERK. FORTY-TWO FOR ASSISTANT CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
BOBOUGH COUNCIL APPO COUNCIL SITS AS A COMIMITTE. FOUR APPLICATIONS FOIt E GL. EER AND TOWN CLER N. FORTY-TWO FOR ASSISTANT CLERK. The Ararat Borough Council, through e?rangements made by the -)ayor (C, G. Burn), sat as a coummittee at thr Council Chambers, Town iall, lathe night, for the purpose of scrutsiin s the applications which were sent in for the posieton of Engineer and Tir Cleric (a combined ofice" without p.i rate practice, at £350 per annum), and an assistant clerk at a salary of £130 per annum. There was a full council, and the Mayor (Cr G. Burn) occupied the chair. ASSISTANT. For the position of assistant clerk there wcre foray-two applications sent in. These were not openad, but it was unanimously decided that M'Neill, the present Town Clerkn , e recommended for the nositon, c cillors speaking highly or her ah:b ties. COMBINED OFFICE. For the position of Engineer and Town Clerk, we understand that there were four applicants, included amon, these being Mr C. Mackenzie ...
The Ararat Advertiser TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
1857 TUESDAY, FBBRUARY 3, 1914. " There are a dozen cases of typhoid fever at Maryborough, and there is no bother about it, and why should a fuss be made at Ararat"-thus a member of the local Borough Council. Were this statement made by a private indi vidual it would simply indicate either that he was callously indifferent to the bodily and mental sufferings of his fel low beings, and the sad human tra gedies which drive the light and life out of so many lives, leaving naught behind but saddend memories tempered by the hopes of eternity; or that the itterev's indifference rested on' a stolid incapacity to realise in any .respect the gravity of his words. -What is the '.real purport of tlat iexpression when' it is "the deliberae "'outpouring of an officeial mind it.is.extremely diffi cult to understand. Is it.;to.be :ne cepted., as- a -logical proposition 'that because at one place there exists a pre ventible -disease,; it. is right a~nd proper that that previitiblld isease should, e...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
-LOCALAND GENERAL-NEWS. ?The fortnightly meeting of tne Ara rat Borough Council will be held at the Cduncil Chambers, Town-Hall,`:to-mor row, evening, at seven o'clock.. - The Rev. Father Barrett-, who is very popular in the Berringa district, is to be entertained prior to, his de parture for Ararat. Constable Horn, of Ararat?iwho has been doing relieving duty at Glenorehy, returned to Ararat yesterday afternoon, and will. resume dhty here to-day. The Ararat Citizens "Band held a sacred recital at Alexandra- Park on Sunday afternoon last. There was a good attendance of the public, and the items were thoroughly enjoyed. Mr E. Harrison, P.M., sat as a Li censing Court at the Ararat Court House yesterday morning, and granted a temporary license to P. Minogue in connection with the Ararat races, to be held to-morrow. The presentation made to ex-Super intendent Morris at Stawell on Friday night last by the police of the Wim mera District consisted of a silver tea and coffee service. The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
* . ,. ? ??fConmu for Th Weeks. , A, Unique :,, O pprtunit..o ecng. argain early in the Season. M SPRING and SUMMER >Welcome to our New Season's Display. The New Season's Styles are here: They Arra y;` of Fashions. ..atest Productions; we, '* have ever shown in Millinery, costune B ilouses, :&'e That the Display will :prove of' great interest to "you wefeel fully confident, and trust to be -favored with the honor of your early visit of inspection. --All Other -Departments f ully ;Assorted with the Latest. This is the Place that is always First with the atest Barkly Street, Ararat. Centre HEAR WHAT DUNN & ALLEN HAVE TO SAY" I7F You wish to save Mfoney, begin the year by giving your -Business to the Cash Store. You will be sur ried at our-Low Prices. It is .a positive fact and ;we can prove it if you give us the opportunity. Now is the best time to dothe aving. Look at our Prices for the month. Daisy AS.. Flour,: lbs 1/. U Sugar Basins, 6dly to 10Sd. F resh Herrings...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT MARKET. 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BALLARAT MARKET. '2nd February. Grain, etc.-There is a fair supply of produce coming forward, and the demand is fair without any altera tion in prices. Wheat is steady' at 3/6 to. 3i. Oats-There is a better en quiry for good heavy feed at 1/8; thin and fair feed, 1/6 to 1/7. Peas are worth only 4/ to 4/2; demand quidt??e Barley-Only very prime malt ing commands attention; we quote to 3/4 for prime and 3/ to 3/2 for medi um to good; Cape, 2/ to 2/2. Flour, £8/10 ;, bran, 4/10 ; and. pollard, £4 15/. Potatoes-Market steady at £3 15/ to £4/5, according to variety and quality. Hay - Fair supply; best chaffing, 35/ to 37/6; manger bay, £2 to £2/2/ ; straw, 30/ to -32/6.
CRICKET. Warrak v. Crowlands. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
CRICKET. Warrak v. Crowlands. The above named teams met on the Warrak Reserve on Saturday last, and a vely enjoyable game was played. The local skipper won the toss and sent the visitors i . to bat, and when the last wicket fell the score was 108. After lunch was disposed of, the local team commenced their innings, which closed.for 144. Crowlands were with out the services of two of their bowl ers, E. Griffen and B. Price, and from the start runs came freely. The fol lowing are the final scores: Crowlands. A. Wilkinson (capt), c R. Gordon, b Padgett ............... . 1 B. Chinn, b R. Gordon .. . .. .. 11 G. Wilkinson, c R. Gordon, b Pad egett .. . . ................ 1 E.Shields, b Padgett..... 1 H. Radcliff, e R. Gordon, b Farish 1 W. M'Garth, b Parish ........ 1 B. Flavell, b Padgett .... 8. J. Williams, c aid b Fansh .... 2 W. Shields, b W. Ord.. .. .... 16 E. Charlton, b Parish .. ..... 10 W. Shalders, not out ........... 11 Sundries .. . .... 13 Total .. .. .. .. 108 Bowling.-R....
The Evil that Men Do. Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XIII (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
(be Evil that Mlen Do. BY M. P. SHIEL, kuthor of "The Rajah's .Sapphfre,,1: "Prince Zaleski," eta, Published by special arrangemeni with Ward, Lock and Co. rAll ights BeIerved. CHAPTER XIII (Continued). "Well, Gissing," said Hartwell,"I suppose that you have not had four very enjoyable days, and I suppose, too, that, like a foolish man, you blame me for your discomfort. But it is not my fault, nor is it yours, but the fault of an evil chance which caused you to know more about my affairs than is good for your com fort. I wish you no ill, and only locked you up with little food and no fire, in order that you may fully real ise my power over you, and the more readily follow my instructions." The countryman's mouth worked in the effort to find expression for what he felt, but in the end all that came out was: "Ah, you're a wicked one, you 1" Hartwell made no reply, but pro ceeded to lay on the mantelpiece three half-sheets of paper covered with something written by himself, while Giasi...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, Monday Night. ANOTHER FIRE AT CHELSEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
LATEST INTELLIGIEQ*E S (By Wir ) •&lt;(Fr?m? our ojW C'orvliopuadeit) .MELBOURNE, Monday Night. ANOTHER FIRE AT CHELSEA. Chelsea, which was recently the scene of a big blaze, when some 300 houses, bungalows and tents were burnt out, had a narrow escape, from a second fire early this morning, when Brook's general store and bakery caught fire and was completely de stroyed. When the fire bell rang famp ers were seized with something ap proaching a panic, and furniture from bungalows, tents, and camps were has tily bundled out onl to the/ road or beach by half-clad campers. The ti tree is very dense, and the danger of another destructive blaze was immi nent, as the sparks from the burning building flew in showers amongst the trees. A squad of Deutseher Turn Verein members turned out with axes and cut a big break between the fire and the scrub, and though Brooks lost his bakehouse, Chelsea having no wa ter, the spread of the flames was pre vented. THE AUSTRALIAN AVIATOLR. Mr Harr...
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. ARARAT TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
ARARAT TURF CLUB. The annual meeting of the Ararat Turf Club, which is to -be held to morrow afternoon, promises to be the most successful fiSture held by the club for many years past. The club has ar ranged an attractive programme of six events, the principal one of which is the Ararat Handicap, of £d5, for which record entries have been received all round, and as several: of the. horses come from a distance, the racing should be above the average . The-first race starts at two o'clock.
MOTOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
. OTOR NOTES. The stipply of the -car ready for the ioad'i§'a matter on which manufactur ers, agents and owners must ever agree to differ, seeing that all are liable to foriii'opinions on the subject from their-'own view point, while the whims and fancies of the motorist are factors that can easily upse. the most beauti ful system of standardisation. The advocates of- the "one car, one trans action" generally draw upon the car as the ideal to be copied in this direction, but the owner of-an English or European make of car chiefly knose the automobile of the United States-as a cheap car bought by aityie- of motorist who . merely wants a machine to carry himself and his friends about with little expense, and is not striving to outdo someone "lseibiy'mneans of a correctly, appointed and high class equipage. It is curi ous-to-note; however, that many special accessories ate marketed by separate firms -'even for the American car, and one is'forced to a- conclusion that the fully equipped...
MINING MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
MIlNING MANAGERS' REPORTS. New *Langi Logan. Company.--Main reef drive extended 12 feet for week in hiard ground; total, 2444 feet, Branch reef 'drive, No. 1 rise-Have put open ing sets in 3 feet below -tme wash. Opened out on. the north side and driv en 4 feet in good, firm country., Will rise. bottom of drive gradually until wash is met, with, .The water that broke through the back' of. rise' has. fallen- of to less thanihalf, the quan tity;,this:proves.the water will 'not be too heavy for us: to odpenpthe wash. Expect to be in wash ini about,ad'veek East reef drive extended'11 feet :for •week, in very hard blastiig countiY; total, 261feet. No. 2 shaft--Erection ofinachinery ,earihg completion. SCatheart- Central" Coiipaiy.-No. 4I rise-Two parcies panelling in .wash fair quality. , No; 3 rise-One party panelling in. "payable wash.- No. 3 rise-One pa pay panelling,, one truck roading; wash good quality. No. 2 rise-Two'parties panelling, one crosscuttin'g; washigood value. No. 21 ri...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
- LINING INTELLIGENCE. In view of the -interest with which the preparatione for entering: the lead at the Laiigi Logan mine are beig watched, the information contained in the latest report from the mine will be welcomed. Aicer opening out from the north side of the No. 1 rise at a point about 3. feet below the wash, the drive towards the gutter was carried 4 feet through good, firm country. The drive will be continued on an incline, gradu ally rising from the rise until the .-shi is met. Regarding the rise it self, the official auvice is such that much of the anxiety which developed when the wash was first touched has been allayed. The water, which then broke through the back of the rise, is now reported to have fallen off co less than half the quantity. This change is accepted as proof that the wash will not be too heavy for opening-up opera tions. It is expected that the work ings will be into the wash towards the end of wse week. After many years of practically inac tivity, the S...
THE RAILWAYS. HEAVIER RAILS AND REGRADING [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 3 February 1914
THE RAILWAYS HEAVIER RAILS AND REGRADING In order to provide sufficient rails for new railway lines, on which the traffic at the outset will not be heavy, it is proposed by the department, in conformity with p'ast practice, to re lease 60, 66, or 751b rails from a num ber of existing lines, and replace them with 801b rails, and the expenditure re presented by the difference in the weight will be charged to capital. In cluded in the lines affected is Ararat to Portland, the distance to be done be ing 28 miles. The sum of £6000 is to be spent towards regrading the line from Ararat to Maroona. Conse quently upon the opening of the line from Gheringhap to Maroona, to which route it is proposed to divert a consid erable amount of the heavy wheat traf fic from the Serviceton line, and branches, it is intended to make the ruling grade between Ararat and Ma roona the same as that on the line from Gheringhap to Maroona, namely, 1 in 100.