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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE RACING. MAJORCA RACES. BROOKONG WINS HANDICAP. MAJORCA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE nACING, " MAJOIRCA IACIS. yROOK()NG WIg 1 IIAND)ICAP. MAJORCA, Weiidosdv. Iho lnnuai roco ofi the Majorca Clli r eldt t.diay h lose, oitre?oive ",lho Tho atlndlltentlnn wIa bette than th l h oin fItFllllme yearl., wide iiae e-tbi(,ng reprmentettlt. Unlfortanetoly le horeis missed the Blallart train. d fieldst sfferid. T ihe reslton: 'riA| lalic; ap, six fnrlong.s, for horinc it ve lnevor won plriro oxeirtling .ilt. tnzs Diaiiond Bracelet, 7st :it ? , 1earion's I)rOx, 9nl (lBoyd), 2. Ihr Betting: I'hon', win er, 5 to t I iiro. iald tOllraeet IOt away "rlv i Anl ron by two lengths. Time, I i 1. R ecr . iiajtre 0 IT?diept,. one 00iie. - lIones'o . g 5. (hitoiiiiiuoiii), t;i Cor-l "al+ri . ol(leor) Wr rt and .M'Grath'? P rva,~~n Iliik' Hal ,'a h il-. r ). :1. I ;li. Tot 21 h (b e ach ), n ls 0 n. fietting: l':vem Tlrro~kog, 2 to 1 li Par to. t I Florri i ]'irk ntlld 1tg. ukau got away from file i o and i ever troubled. wininng iby three nths t , Itill. I4 ser. titn...
ALBERTON AND ROSEDALE SHIRES MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
!,ALBERTON AND ROSEDALE SHIRESI "nLIOLrLE, dWo ,edlay. .\ daplnlation ripn qtting ratolmyers in tho Albetrtn Shire today waited upon MLr Adamsn. Mi.n.C., ltonoern.? Minisiter. in the nbotnce of Mr lasgelthorn. ,inie. ter for t'Publico Works. They cakod for the excision of abonut 8 sqoaore mniike from the .\lbhi'rton Shiro arl il nnnexan tien to the IRoseedale Shire. Theoy non tended that ge nmnlphinll this aren Ih-I ton.nrl to the t ltnoo le Shreo. nnd the em sidnts there transacted all their hui-i nncs in the ltter shire. Couneillorns from hliosaloe ntpportct the reqneit. tcmlorrsn of tho Alberton Shtin Councnil urnt l that the nmattor should ronain in ah?yan-e nntil the roadolntiment of mnu unieipal hboundanrio wan dtocithl tupon. mr Adamnso promnmi l to ptroe thnir views hefere Mr ltniglthlor n, nd in tihe mcnntime he weold samt ann edifre to the district to investigate the mntter.
ADVENTUROUS TASMANIAN SOLE SURVIVOR OF SHIPWRECK. DEVONPORT, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
ADVENTUROUS TASMANIAN SO1. sURVIVOR OF SlIIP,\-.ECK. DEVONPOtT, Welnetalny. I)isaler to a scietatific andl septi~g 1x ptlition in the Arctic is reported by a -ahlegram reviivedl by the father at Capt William -ntobdl, whalr, d - ar, Swhhoso home L at T orl 101t. The ma s , whioh w a hanad l in by the captata at Circle City, Alask?, states that the whaler Enetra had ban last. Capt Mocgg hate tlo -only snrvvor. lie had react?ln Circle Cty alter travelling 501 :niles overlaed. "What the loes of the ltlhira eiteec may. bhe igathtare fmm a letter. elatal Cape NItme, Alaska, 1th Jtuly. which the captainsa father rete"ed on 1Gth S?ptember from his er, 'The let lee sttit.il-"I am going oe?. on anothe. onlse, or rather epetlttion. In- te whaler Ila ira, qite litfferent ton what t have tak en part in befora. I ant to act as p?tlot to the eapalition. Among tho°setaking part are thtc men frontm the Mawe?.? ot Natural Llatory. nse ai tauldertlst antt four panesetlfgers are goaing for pleasure. Oa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
8ORE, SWOLLEN, AND TENDER FEET U8IED TOif 1L1- (~ WiTH1 TJIM PA IN. Z,\Ul-IIUwI ltll ,0. So0001118 ANtI C~UOIl.. "After oolki1 fwor only tinm I used ufllfnr froum swolln andI odor oot icl Terre rrr·V vier," Rljo Sie C. :I. riIv I lt fi rl tiriot, I'ootrh)v, 'Ii'0frnlr. 'Ph' I gI tiiugnand hin tle0110, lan'o me ulnrh osoil 0'n 0 Into gel -bli'. ha bt Ottinln(ý 000 r 0100/0iln or rroltwd the sniulliang. "lnwi'nnr, I tried ',bii-llb. andh)Oi wlI1ot halnob ooodrow Ait all the At, bnnl'd the 1wronm, And rrdruo n SDuelling. %Il-11flub is indeledo a non. hhn, hlm, tol. I hnvr n 0,10 hod A y it tronbiro stoiii' wrngno it. Now I .,A -lk olxnt. itn nomfor t, wheas ono timia could not oven or o hboo on. 0I %10n nl y moveod wfm-lnh to In donr, by no ver ,itaoot ,linorvtnly Wo lIn not triet 14m. oh .taolod ,,tain a wipply no on00. shoold anlwaoo t lorqot booty; it la onrt towmo'hnlrl o hI rr. Sold by all fO' and chaomotu GRIPES IN IORSES "Snrrt tirn0 Rnr'n nnr, IIUIV M dOni-n trilh a bad a ttnek...
INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES SOUTH AFRICAN RAILWAY TROUBLE. UNION EXECUTIVE ADVISES STRIKE. PRETORIA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES SOUTH. AFRICAN RAILWAY . TROUBLE. , UNION EXECUT IVE ADVISES SI'RETORIA. Turlay. Mr 11. Burton, the Utiono Minister for 1Railvays, doclares a wrong imnlprgiion Iproev'ls respercting the enrecta of tlei re. trenchment policy of tho Uovernmn nt in regardil to the railway.- To dalt only 70 Icanlll cmployces halvo een dimisaed out of a atafl of ,lttOO. e Mir II. .1. Pontoelo, eonoral Ocretirr of the AiaInlgauated' Society of llailwny and HIabor Servant. stale?, however, that normaiirnt'ime havoe been retrniehl ld, Thie excutivr of the boenetr lha alil. viicid all railway worlUera lo Co out on strike on Thuirsday nornuig.
BEAUFORT. FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
BEAUFORT. FIRE BRIGADE. Capt D. N. Robertson presided ovrr the monthly meeting of the Fire Bri?ade on '.tesdar. It wro drcided to make re. rognitiaon f the valuable service of e? Capt R. Sinolnir by preventing him with o group photograph of the mcmberso. aMr Sinclair is to he invited to attend next meeting. when the presentation will be made. POSTMASTER TRANSFF.RRED. A representative meeting eof townnsmen took place at the Shire hall on 'ureday. when a committee was appointedt to or. ran. for n presentation to er 1. .Silve? . postmoster. who is ahot to be trnaser red to Bochesecr. Mr M. Ssnclair was ao p pointed chairmnn of the movement, and Mr S. B. Acton secretary. BUSH FIRE BRIIG.\DE. The nsnatnl mreeting of the District Bush Fire Brigade wi hetI On TUesdoy evening: MrI J. B. Cochran (eapttit) pre. siding. The attendance wo? small. and oswing to the lack of interest in the bri. gade by farmers. land-holder., and the general public, it was. decided to call a meeting for that night...
CLUNES. WAGGON ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
CLUNE3. WAGGON ON FtRE. About midday on T duer ay raggon,. alro too large stacks of hay, narrowlyi enpie datrection by fire at Lord Clydo. Mr J. Kear, farmer, of I lrd Clyde. fId taken his liorno out of the waggon and left it by the roadside. Soon afta rds it was olooreed to be. on fire. The flames spread to the grass, and those in the neighborhood jnst managed to cheek the fire before it reached two largeo tacfks of bay. one owned by Mrs Nolan and the other by M]r Kem. The body of the waggon wans considerably damaged, but the wheels were taken off and neaed. About 4 acrct of gram were destroyed.
COLAC. BUTTER AND CHEESE PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
COLAC. BUTTER AND CrTIESE PRODUC TION. The ostput of the Coaine Dairying Com pany for December was 250 tons butter. n against 236 'tons for the enrrespondinde month of 1912. The Swan Snarsh end Wool Wool Cheese Fnctories of the Colnec Ddrying Company ore prodneing a ton of cheese a day. which is being cxorted. The output of butter. owing to the nd. anecing ?e?on. is now decreasing at the rate of about 3 tons a week. ONION AND POTATO CROPS. The onion and late potato crops in this district are showing the effects of the re cent spell of hot rerather. The returns will be poor, unless rain falls in the next few days.
CRESSY. WHEAT STACKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
CRESSY. WHEAT STACKI.G. The action of thoose reaponsible for the selection of grain sites on the Bebrryhnk station is being criticised, owing to the fact that the portion of the railway yard leased to the firms to stack wheat on is unsuitable and unsafe. If left on the low-l-ing groond. water may destroy the wheat. One firm of wheat buyers com. plain that sites have been allotted in a swam and they refuse to put their wheat on the site unless the railways fill COUNTRY NEWS nn the depression. Th anccomnmodation givOn to the publia lt tationa for tihe handling of p~roduce is imndeiante. m amd efforts are to be nmde to induce the Roil. way Departmnnt to piroide slitnlale nites for ftrmern i0l( others who puy high ren. tal for sites, which they havemcomniscated from the lmmd-owners.
REVOLTING TRAGEDIES SHOCKING STORY FROM RUSSIA. A FAMILY TORTURED. ST. PETERSBURG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
REVOLTING TRACEOIES SHOCKING STORY FROM RUSSIA. A FAMILY TOr'TUII.D. ST. P1hrRIHSBUlG, TTesday. A n?rful tragedy in reported from the nitca distritol in the hCucaltgs . A gang f robbers incadrl the premises of- a In er nanit Kiaonka. Falling to tind oney, the robbern tortured Koenko in ho presenle of his wife and grandciil ren. They Lat off hias nao, ears, and ing.,-nailc, and thein la Slegorm. Ap ,Ivng prrroleenn to hIs clothes, they fin' Iifri iinerated himu. "l' eehomln witF and grandchildren were le c:i sbjicted to unnamIaeablO atrocities. 'hle eonian was hburned to death, and the _hilren wcr cagllht by the legs and ielh to dlerth against a ?all. liour of thi gang haso been arrested.
CABLEGRAMS [REUTER'S.] ZABERN INCIDENT [?]HARP CONFLICT OF EVIDENCE. CIVILIANS AND OFFICERS DISAGREE. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
GABLEHAIMS [1t1'rnlt'8e. ZABERN INCIDENT IAil ' CONI'LIarI' OF ? DINCF. CIVILIANS AND OF(lICEIIS "" Tueday.no 'oe chief lfeatur of the elidunle to v at the cornt-martial at Soraeborg on .Ioel ton liutelr was the niarp conflict toon the stateienlti of clnenitrd eivi tluon the one hend, andi Arny oleen tIe other. lrtrdriling the behavlor of o i nhabitants of gaborn. 1numbel r of civilian s, including several lioial oicials. testileni tnlhat they nen. tive thlat they hncrd nn hcotingnhontb or hi?tlg while the enldiere ?nre "ring the street anlld arrestillg demon raters t lto Ptresident of the Court vaislY lt to psuado these witnesses to alifr their shtatments. l\VWriilt:g about to Zahbrn incident re' tiel thy Berlin rnrceelnndont of ihn Staard" said:gb-Zaoerln ha lIot lived ondinney day slile the le diotnrhan er c.nell h by Lieutenant von Foer ter's one of tile w-ord "wackhe, but lnt vi4c there were only minlor Incident. )t"ri oyv Ihn-eser the pnpuliaceno'p aininrnsely irritated at see...
TURKEY AND GREECE PREPARING FOR TROUBLE. VIENNA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
TURKEY AND GREECE PREI'AIII G lF')tt TRIOUBLE. \VItJNNA., 'rneany. Tarkrer action in srengthrening iy. w'lih a view. it ia thought, to flilrt with (irere in Io near ftLrP,. has htrrrl the Ga?k Ginovernmtent. Nea aprs here report tIht CreecC Is tlegoti. titg for tho butillchip Almnirnlte La ,rr, wrhiclh wns built for the Govern -en I. of Clhila by Sir V. CG. Armntrong, \hihtworth, and Co. Ltd., and launched -,ral anodnks ago. 'I'ho pric, is rild to he .52,5CO,000. and S,,orrhc oi nn:olhcrf Dreadnlloulght is Sott'?otl to follow inmmrdintely. I'lh AmwirnntanI Lturro hns a d.plI?c it of _8.0O tolns. nolldl an unrmbnlot Of SIt-ibeh gluts and 1G 6-inch guns. Sli :ll be wtmpletedthis year.]
BILLIONAIRE'S SON KILLS FAMILY CRIME PROMPTED BY JEALOUSY. MADRID, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
IILIIONAIIII"S SON, KILLS FAMIILY C1.13WU I'R0l'l ' u DBY JfEALOUSY. MAI.DRID, Tuesday. Ste rrilo tragly in ordnIld circaiata?n i has oclculdrl l ait Ikrlelal. 'in. Spaiu. Sn?- I'alucie, wh, dlrd rncently at that tsn. left a fortua, of over .l,000,olS ' t of which he b.lqsarlit.d to Franris o ý his yaunger.t on. The eIldest sn, fusrioas at Insing tlhe major share of the money. ahot dlearl his mother and hrn .'tlts" with a revolver. 'Iho murderer th, took khi, onon life. Thm fortune will anow pnrohably reveort to the Shate.
ANGLO-GERMAN MARRIAGE GERMANY'S RICHEST HEIRESS. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
NG1O-CERMIAN MARRIAGE ilIIy1ANY'S HCcTl~s' IllIIrIISS. B1SWIl! N. Tucsday. rorriogr took ploro to Berlin to y hon . lon. Johin Powrer Bertram m i ror."mn oMitfort. .C.BI. fourthýI t1:olord Ittor~s idot anti Vrooieio rnh ittodrr tilt, t1oiigtteI of Itrr. PFrit toirdtlonder t'otot, of atoke, nror 'tilt Ther function woo one0 of tho f.l.toionnbto oreln in Berlin for onion M 'r i'n ai hlitford hrfd been loern. F u.mie onod boorcing In Iloootorg for e I.lrt too yrooiO. roil It wOOO it Klii ,enI to Itot year loonhr ntiooio Feoutet n I'rirdlnn Folld, who to 21 Yearoof and on-010 child. Sen it rtoted to oe e rirhrsl hofresoIii (term oily, attltohoft lo.tn 0 poon of tie propene rot oil1, and toon noieonorion ony bo ot. Ird lie. orrioge ortht a foreilnr. floe fut r. corol. ho t dr n ri re t at hi tl ctfly lot t t most nlt of bobis Cefor. 00 biy Iiii rowon rfortla.
WILL CONTESTED WIDOW'S RIGHTS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
WILL CONTESTED WIDOW'S IHOIITS. TLONDON, ulleeeay. Th widowr of the nlate Sir Edward Mohin, he well-knenwn munir-lhull proprietor, I, - dl in Noveml:ier, 1912. is conteslilng iv ill. She clain;s that her righl un r Ilo Scohtch law will give her thIe in ,-e of a third part of the reaidnary tl, whicih,'ao a bnnt c oheat 130,10. t een- leLv?- ,lee? o w lne nmaintailn that ]:;award had Thn'lleh d?micile. [lil. .i,.an wal the n lo wife of tir hardl. who recidwli at idhdleton Hall, ", bridge, .dlothiann.]