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ÆCEAN ISLANDS SIR EDWARD GREY'S PROPOSALS. ACCEPTED BY TRIPLE ALLIANCE. VIENNA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
AECEAN ISLANDS SIt11 RIDWAIID (GRIIY'S PROPOSALS. ACCEPTED BY TRIPLE ALLIANCE. VIENNA. Wednesday. The "Neu Prcio Pr',re" declarre that tho 'riple Alliance (Germany. Austria, and Italy) h.s decided to accept Sir Ed. wacd Groy's proposals regarding the gca?r Islanuds. hA cable was received .venterday eating that the "Dally Mail" bad published a lettLr Ifrom a diplomatic orarrepondenl. In which It wao Intimatedr that a comn. Idate deadlock bad been reached on the cgenn Islandsd quetion. The anbanna. ldr'r n confereno sagreed ta treat the '.geenn lelalnds and Albnnlan frontier qre-tiorin a one. 'PThi delision, how ever, was not rcommittled o writing. and it is new ropudintCd by the T'Pripla Alli. ance.]
CABLEGRAMS [REUTER'S] AERIAL TOURISTS M. VEDRINES IN CAIRO. QUARRELS WITH ANOTHER AVIATOR. LOOKING FOR FIGHT. CAIRO, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
GABLEGRAMS f, U'PfIL'6I1 AERIAL TOURISTS -- ,, _ It. VlDltINfE] IN CAIRO. QUAti, IlL.. s WITI ANOTILIER AVIATOIR. LOOKING lFOI FIGHT. CAIRO. Weders htoy. It noSw appmm thit, an tle utCOme ot it squabble, M. 'tharit, tihe famouns i"eulloi avatoar who is llk iitig an aeriot trip fas,n t'aris to Ausatlba, astruck A. Iotlx, another rrencht aviator, iln the tacen. VtdrloRe rerfntl tIIIox't detmoandt for a tduel o the gironld that the latter nan "a disgrace to r'lanoce." AI. Qluinton, psrsidentl of the 'renolh Apero Leaguoe tolegrphed to VTnlrilMo : Fighlt the duel and return," Vttrines rplied: "Will light you whenl I re toro." tin the 0our?e of an intoerviewv prior to leaving Paris on hii Iong and veentoso nnlne trip, l. d'rdrinem s?d he waa goilln eitler tbo Ce loon or Ioke Chid, in the outdan. "1 sh uld prefer the latter," io sild. "If I cas get the nty.orary quaIsntlty of petrol sen to Timbucton. I nisll alo"inlr fly through t'yTpt nnd thell Soudoan to .ak?s Chad. IBut our military sa...
ST. ARNAUD. PRESENTATION TO BANDSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
ST. ARNAUD. PIM"SEENTATION TO IIANDSMAN. 'th? mrnember of the St. Arnaund I nd District BaUnd and tho town committee presented Mr W. Hall. one of the bondo nin. with a umarble clock oa' the ere of his marriago with Miss Morris. of Tal :ot. The presou'tntiou ?a? mado by Mr A. Ii. Wnl.h, and duly ocknowlcdgc l by the recipient. BOXING DAY l.AC'.S. A profit of .8 wasn mado in ponnection with thu Boxing I)- races of thu St. Arnned Amateur T?if Club. A sum of . oa4// .as been donated to the .St. Ar nIau ltoopital and .fL'f2. to the St. Ar naud ladues' Beneorlent Society. SAlVATION AI.MY. R.nsion Itaukin and Mrs Ilbskla, of the local Salration Arrmy Clorps. havo on transferred to Crookawll iN.S.W.t. Thoy will be suocceeded bre by Adi O. IilU and Mrs Mill. from Gtigong (N.S.V.).
TERRIBLE TALE BY SURVIVORS. SPLENDID HEROISM DISPLAYED. STATEMENT BY THE CAPTAIN. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
TIIRRIULE'T" LE 7BY iSutKIYOR S. SIPLEDID IEJROISM DISPLAYnED. STATEMENT BY TIE CAIPTAIN. NEW TORK. Wednerdny. Thrilling taloe wero relatla by the nur Tiorm of the Oklahoma di oer. Of a crew ofI 38, 11 Imen twnnet n It at t reachrd and r bardted tIlle teamer are cory, which owas on her way to New York. Nineteren olhers mnannedl a rronad Imat; hot thter Ilisatin ered. and wre never en er?aiu. Eight tot n stchrl on Ioardl the Oklahoma until they nec" reeoudl lry the steatner Bavari.n. The stbamr rregory igatedl a loot with a sail holated. The shipr?eckhed icn. hawever, weroe no unbnl thaat they erehnable to keep ta Ihr nail. The hoat brached, fill?rl alcapiroted. tack, Villalaa, and tllerts (all V]nog tiainmen) three of tlhe principal ottecrs of thtr Oreary. throupoaa jamia;cl tto athe aaperr water. Ono of the ofeera taod a line to the othlers, but it wa of uo a talt 000o. Ioch of the olfiers a -eird a strugo ling sailor, broughlt them aalonagsle, ann rrttrlell tl aroaih the an-re for...
MARINE DISASTER LOSS OF THE OKLAHOMA. VESSEL BATTERED IN HALVES. NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
MARINE DISASTER LOSS OF TII OKILAHOMA.. VESSEL DBATTERXED IN IALVES. NEW YORS, Tuerdlay. Six sur-ivors from the erreck f the lank.steancr Oklahomn . hirh b roke in hall dlorinp a'fierce storon off Rndr Iloo. reanolhed Now York to day ro board tho tteu ler (regor. 'These ~ :or were piiked up when adrift ito the lkloihnmu' life boaL Tho death-roll ij I?.hrb rdeureol to 21. Shiprping men here belireve that the breakling two of thbe Oklahoma Wl I Iot canoed bly an explosionll. , a ors at frst auggpteotdl. bult that It ran eolrly odue to the terrifico battering of Ihno sea during iothe storm.
A RESOURCEFUL BOY. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
A RESOURCIEFUL BOY. MELBOOURE. %Wedidneday. This morning William Mcore, aged ir. was riding his father's birycle, whihl was too bip for him, over the ,olimont railway bridge. when he collided switLh i pillar owing to the brake failing to act lie was thIrown to the ground, onal fra tured iis left rleg. Ernest Aldridge, age.' about 12. a mote of young Moore. rwan precant when the accident occurred witi a small box trnck. tie gently lifted hi, injured companion into the truck, and ret out for the lad's homel in Gorr street. Fitzroy. about a mile away;: but some pasers-bty in the Fitzroy Gardens realised the agoiiy o the boy in tht truck. and he wooa taken in a rehicle to the Melbourneo iepitel. where his ley was put in splinls. ontd beriqnently hr was transferred to the Children's [oo pital.
ANOTHER MOTOR FATALITY. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
ANOTIEIt MOTOR FATALITY. MELEIOIUNE, Wednesday. This morning, at 1.10 o'clock, fInrry C(atelloe, aged 15 yearsc a resident of Plow street. 'lhornhury. dlied in the Mel bounrne Lspital fromn fracture of the skull, canoud through being knocked lonwn by a nmotor-car. The accident nee lurredl in High street, 'IThornburv, on Tui?dan , when (eelelloe jumpel ohf theb back of n trnnm-eor and landcdinst in front of a motor-car being driven by MI W. Smith. of Maribruoeng road. and war knocked down. lle was taken to II" ounlg's urgeey. anil then to tho lie liltl. where he lingered until early thiu mornlng. The matter has been report ed to Iho Coroner.
WOMEN RESCUED FROM DROWNING. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
WOMEN I.ESCI-Il) RlOMt DiIOW?-N INt . MELBOURNE. Wednesday. eoulr womien hadl n nrrow e6caapolrom diowninig at lampLon last night. ;tme ''o'rllsend, f Oobhurg, and three frieind Wiere bathing ntlr tho fool of tile Sooth Islmp fronm Alicia street. whaben they w?re suddenly swept oult of their dleIth. Two fa inted, but te other two scrreamed, andl their cries were heard by Thomas Hluasontn, 17. and hlwin Oigney. l, whb were near by. They rushed into the swater. ane. atesr considerable diflic?lty. n'iiaaged to hIring thle women half-way ta chore, when another man. who stood waist-delep in thIe water, inssisted all of them to lshore. lIltht young men were rohautsted, as they were only moderatr swmnerirs. Tte women suffered from chock, but qulickly racoversl, and wera able to rwalk io their hiome. That par .of the beach is considered dangerous ow. ing to a cha.nel between teo ?aid-banks
BUILT ON SAND. COLLAPSE OF A WALL. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
IIBUILT ON SAND.' COLLAPSE OF A WALL. SYDNEY. WeVlneday. At thlle inqrent on thi body of Danvil IDalle Wihlmrt thre. wiho nwaon killed fhrough tfli collapno of a retaning wall 0at fhhell lane. Paddigton. tile Coronerr rohirel a verdict of death by semother 1'ho boy was playing with lis brother on the sand beneath the woll. which gone way, and part fell o them. Danid was killed. anod the other boy, John, in jurcl. Evidence was given thlt the wall, which had bIen erected 1i months ago. wag out of plumb, and not sltong. It Aso built on drift sand, and another retaiiing wall ne?r tile spot fell eight nmonths ago, ant a borne and cert rwere hariedl. Oneo reaon Iive? for the col laI waon thalt thle sand Ihad bo n carted aowy froim lho bane. 'The Coroner. MJr IT. faowlions. said the wall was i ar n ver dangeruua coedition. and tih Paddington Ceunei ohoull lhanw it neured. If that were not possible. it shfiouldl be demlished.