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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
ieepYourand SoftEd Hite -i Cuticumra Soap Anid Ointment Treatment: On retiring, soak the hands in hot water and Cuticura Soap. Dry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment, and wear soft bandages or old loose gloves during the night. Cutlern S.p and Ontment itcold thNt.mout S oworld. A tle'tI |ample of eah. nlth 32-!c. et. th o an treatment nh k n e ",lp c, plo,,.e t-le. . ad,,, . . To.=, Co. Ipdnaf. K. B. N. TAWSJ~JN'S RRE SSEiNTS FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON. A GLORIOUS ARRAY OF CHARMING G00: TILE OPPORTrUNITY TO PUICIIARE AT A 50 PinR CNT. R?DUCrION IS IETTIuR TIIAN A STOCIKING 1FU"L OF' 1'RI:SEN'I'S. T. 1A3i R. J _NLTSEFT WILL DO THE SA1NTA CLAUS ACT FOR YOU. JUtJS' ALRIIVED,.1 NEW IUICLIASE OF MIANU]:AC'UILLI' Sb.\OIP,'. IIOUGIIT AT A BIG DISCOUNT FOR SPOT CASI. NO'I TIL' XLnL Gi0,- l'l(.It?2JS- -O-OF UOWRO. ANCY DEI'IU?.NT. ilANCY DI'.11TMINT. lltSIERY. IIOSI.RY. D Cots. In To ro ik. . Crepes, In blue. saxe. anod champagne, Thio nlatest noeltis In Fanocy Nets Lodie' FIlonting Veils in all the...
LISMORE. METHODIST QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
LIShIORE. METHODIST QUAITEIRLY MEETINGO. The Methodist quarnterly meetingE as held' on Saturday at the Methodist Church; Mr 1; J. Yourn prcsiding. The chairman reported n increnase of melo bership for the quarter. Satisfactory re. ports were reeseed fromn the Sunday schools. Mr J. Ii. Ginzard, of. Lienore. wasn elected senior circuit stewanrdl and Mr G. Knight. of Cressy. juniqr steward. The quanrterly tea was served at tho resi. denco of ltrs Inglie. "IIE.AT IhARVEST. As in almost every other part of the State, the wheat harvest here has fallen below expectations. Until they com. meneed to strip, farmers expected lifom one to three bags more per acre than they are taking off their wheat paddocks, and although the yields. which moetly run frot five to eight bans per acre. are profitable, farmers are naturally diasnp pointedl. Several theories are advanced for the shortage. The most probable ones are that when the stalks were coming into ear a dry splII deprived them of suatlicient m...
GEELONG. MECHANICS' HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
GEELONG. MECII.ANICS' HALL. Extensive alteriations unt imnploc-i mentLo are to be elfected to thie Eklc.nihaU-! ice' Institute, and tie etta'e is to be re modelled. 't'lle work will bring the hall up to date as a place of alunt ment. CHRIST CIIUICII. The Board of Nomination will meet next week to apploit a vicar of Chriat Church in suieeeeia to the lion. I . \V. ir. Nentoa, bwh has accepted the tosi tion of vicar of Itoly Trinity. Coburg. l'tWSBYTtIUlAN CIiURCII. There was too touch concentration .in the city pJroper of thine Pctbatcriau Churchte, ande veery wiely the nuthuri tieea that denoinaotion are aulcehing antt ao + to better rach the Ieanplo n n the suburl and outaklirts. St. Alntrrew's Chtreh was first renmoned to East Gec tong, and the ttIyrie street ohurch is shortly to be closed in favor of a new church at Newtowu. .\ Sote' Church has beenl sntablishedn at enelong \Vest. mnd the cuur, eegntion hnio extended a call to the Jier. A. leathcote Fletcher,. of Iort Fairy. CATHO...
MARYBOROUGH. ENGINE DRIVERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
MARYBOROUGH. ENGINE-DRIVERS' ASSO(CI.\TI N. At the half.yerly nmeeting of the Mary. horough branch of ther'ederafed Mining Eteine.drivers' Aor-inatieo. the follocing eoffceero were elected :-P'resident. r e . IIflhet ; rice.president, ir .1. tiriltth. secretary and treasurer. Mr .1. It. iBohI teowards. Messrs E. Parker. J. Cottle. .T. troeo. C. Ioughes. and A. Tnelor. The bnlanter hetet showed receipLs atnonnting to .t9/15I. from whilch a credit balance of .£9/1/ reminecd. Owinge to the henry drain on the fund duiring the past term,. caursed nrineripall by the strikes of min ers at Ea1 huhewlk and Beaufort. it was toned necessary to strike a general levy of G!. CTTTZENS' RANT). The eromruittn of the Moaryhoroegh Citizene' Bond has reroletrl to Pltertlin the Ialndsmoen and Indies who eolnucerd the sroeinls.lst winter at a picnic on ttth January. POLTfTCEOFFICER RETSGNS. Conet altper 31'Kinnon. who has been stationed at Marythoronth foe the past O20 earsr, han sent in his resignatiol....
PLUCKY AUSTRALIANS CROSS-COUNTRY DRIVE. NEWCASTLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
PLUCKY AUSTRALIANS CROSS-COUNTRY DRIVE. NEWCASTLE. ?rdnreday. Misa Irene Una Harris lod Mr Jack astlo MoIarris, left Newcastle last Thurs dar with the intention of driving to dLldra, onn the Murray River. , distance of nabout S00 miles. They will be joined at Mildura by their brother. Mr Walter Kilroy Hlarris. P.R.G.S. The three will continne the journey arrom Now South Wales to Brisbane. The Darling Rliver will hbe left at Wil eannia for na cut nacroes country to Bro ken Hill and White Cliffs. After mak ing bek to Wilcanniu. they will follow the river as far as lMungindi. and then head for Charleville. The return will be taken along the north coast dintrict of Now South Wales. Mr Waltor larris. who returned from England in November. holds the distinc tion of being the yodlngvt Fellow of the Ioynal Geographical Society, being only 23 sears of age at the time of his election. Accompanied by his brother Jack. he drove from Newcastle to Adelaide and Iback,. a total distance of 2421 mil...
ENGINEER OF PORTS AND HARBORS MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
ENGINEER OF PORTS AND HARBORS Mral jf MoJ1oan, WdegiW dayr Of Id OtO arar n ho Iat pRM-tCet on I pprior to his nrtirmunt from that faeb tion; will! Rueuceded by Mr We modeo, Hnjlner of nods, Bridges, and Hlurtror \Vrka, wtrn is now 11141111; Eng+ aOT 01 Portn oJad j~ llar1 I. Sir 6,nruadU Outtrrd tha State aurakco in 1889, ant id Tuw ao pras or; tno t scqu 19tI I o left 11" orernmen service n a~l lu·( 1 1 an l th n poaitlon nof Fn6ooar of Uaa"do and ItidoN whic positron to has hold ouvr 'Inca,
SILENCE OF DR MAWSON NO NEED FOR ALARM. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
S*ILENCE OF DR MIAWSON NO NEED POR ALARM. M?hIBOURNE, Wednesday. Fea1r an to the anfelty e> Dr Douglaa Maweon'sa irty in Adele Land are not armelaad in the minds of the COmmon wealtlh Mattrnlogiad authoritien by the stonapngo of then wirelesa nesnages fromn Dr .Eawn.u. T'i?e nmelorologieal utlhoritjies staled t day Lhat sreveral Limo daring the winter the meneneotge a.e1 for lltervals - o a week or lOnre onnin to Dr alnw?on'n wire leq pole L?eing blown down. It is ear nliecalh tiht this lhan happenedl again, and thllCat the ,l.Vly he not yet been able to r?.-roct it, oaeles in view of their atl: iroci, hing doleti.ure rem Adelo [?ld t have not thlghtlit it worth alwhile. It e nplat possible thart Ib, his timn Cnapaiin tanvis has pirheal pt Dr .ernon'se party. and that tley are now safely oan lard th Anrorn.
A SERIOUS CHARGE ILLEGAL OPERATION ALLEGED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
A SERIOUS CHARGE ILLElAL O1'ERArTION A L1ZflID. MRIJIOURNE Wwedlnwday. At tIh City Caurt tonay Aiter Mtouda Wise a vridow, agMInl t vrar, wasw charg edwith IIni·g, at Semtll hfolbouruQ, at trntptetl la W rUOu rj a rUrtiai event on nolcli Snhelds. aged 18 yerar. U)nt Mar nly s~aid Shindy w~ now in a crltical roAditiwn in the hinlbonrno loopihnl. nwd hanrdylR dyngdoitt hohad Ieis nto-en. 'J'bn on'nrd w rnenrlnl Ind l until 15til Janurny. IRai ,ran Allowed in one ml-nt of 8500 nnd her p0rson0l bond of a oinillar nnuonnt.
SETTLERS FROM CANADA COMMISSIONER'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
SETTLERS FROM CANADA QOMII2SSLONlMW'S TOUR. Tn the course of an interview (nays the "Riveriao Iterald"), Mr J. W. Arthur Kelly, of Mohuca, , wI loft ton ]lush last to take ip the hlmportantL position of Spe cial Commihoionor to the United Staotes anui Canada on belmlf of the Vitortein tovernmoet, and has stone retuined, oltes that Io st' about enquorilg into 00 1letters receiveod by him from rpeople who wanted to know about oonditions in Victoria. Ho visited the States of C.li fornia. Waahington. Oregou. Idaho, Wy oming, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, Mon tane, Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisnoonein ancdl traversed, a considerable portion of Western Coiadlu?-fanltoiw, Soklteho wan, Albhuarta British Columbia, and tra vellel by ril over 0000 miles. His plan of operations at elach of the 100 centres he visited weas to w acnd talk witlh people likely to he impressed, aod to hold meet inge, at whioh lie spoke at length on his Ieposition. no had witlh him lantern sliot illusntrative 'of Vietoria...
SIR GEORGE REID DEPARTURE FROM SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
SIR GEORGE REID DEPARTURE FROM SYDNEY. SYDNEY. Wednesday. Stir Goorge Reid. the ligh Commieion Sr, and Lady Reid left Sydney this morn leg for one- Vade, whore they will spend a few days with the Governor. before starting on the royage to England. On the -tation a nomber of repredantn tire citizens gathered to say farewell. They shook hands wsrmly and frequently. then Sir George Reid hrriaed on hoard the train, which had been delayed a lin rte or two after echednle time.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 8 January 1914
MORSHEAD'S TAILORING STORE. YOUR NEXT SUIT SHOULD BE BUILT BY US. JUET OPENED A CHOICE LOT OF BROWN AND BLUE I'ENCIL STRIPES. STYLISH SAC SUITS, CUT TO PASHION'S LATEST, BUILT WITH BEST WOORKMAN. SHIP. FIT GUALRANTEED. MORSHEAD'S PERFECT-FITTING SUITS, 65s, 75s, 85s, 95s, 10 s, CORRECT. STYLES IN HATS, 10s 6d, 12s,6d, 13s 6d, 14s 6d CLEARING SALE OF BOYS' SUITS See our display. BOYS' SUITS, 14s 6d, 13s 6d, 12s 6d REDUCED FOR STOCKTAKING, 6s sid each. IORSHEAD'S, 5 Bridge Street. WHOOPING COUGH "Aly little boy had whoopping cough very badly." says Mrs Ab. Iinndmmnq The e Stern, 47 ESlgen rend, Mnrnington. N.Z. "I tried nnngnrl eoulh tnndicinnu without nny nI them doing him any good. Omn I triad Chambnnrlin'n Cnngh Thmnn dg, and he t ot immndiato mlhf.- Sin5m thecn I hare always kept a hnttle of this wonderfunl medicfine by inne and recommend it to evuyuonn.' Sold by ail chemiits gnd stirokepnirs. PUBLIC NOTICES LIBERAL. ELECTORS OF BALLARAT. PLEASE 'TAKE NOTTCE. The New l'ederrl and ...