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CHANGE OF COUNCIL OFFICERS. QUESTION BEFORE THE BOROUGH COUNCIL. CR TIBBLES AND CR IRWIN AT ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
HAN"GE OF COUNCH OMInCo&a - QUESTION BEFORE THE BOROUGH COUN I. -CR TIBBLES AND CR IRWIN AT ARMS. As soon as the minutes of the pre vious meeting of the council were read at the meeting of the Borough Council last night, Cr Stephenson rose and said that he wanted; to get away at eight o'clock. ALTERING QUALIFICATIONS. Cr Tibbles said that as important matters had to be dealt with, he would move-"That the procedure of trans acting business be altered, and notices of motion be taken first." Cr Brandt seconded the motion dhich was carried. The report of the committee meeting of the council, which was read by the Town Clerk, Stated that applications for the position of town clerk, engineer, etc., were received from-A . Fulton Huntly; R. H. Broadhurst, Rupanyup; A. M'Kenzio Tyers, Bright ; F. Weston Loch, Elsternwick. It was agreed that the applications be held over.till the ordinary meeting. Forty-four ap plications were received for the posi tion of assistant. It was unanimousl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
GOT VERY WEAK. SMy boy, Jack, was very bad with diarrhoea," writes Mrs M. Lde, Forbes, N?.8,W. "For quite a fortnight he was ill and got very weak. My husband bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to our sur prise one dose completely relieved him." F,,r sale by Cust and Scholes, Gen. Merdhants; T. A. Wild "and A. Gam1sely cbemists , QiaF8a8 SIMPLY WlONDERFUL. "1My little.girl, Zelda, sufferediso continuously with croup that I began to think she would never get better," writes Mrs Gauntlett, 169. Adelaide Road,' Newtown, N.Z. "Seeing Cham berlain'e Cough Remedy- advertised I thought I would try it, and could see a change in her straight away.' -It is simply wonderful how quickly Cham berlain's Cough Remedy relieved. the child." For sale by Cust.and Scholes, ,Gen. Merchants; T. A. Wild and A. Q.AsOng celmiatt, Ararat AUCTION SALES. TWO SPLENDID FABMS FOR SALE. 632 Acres, And 320 A jAres. WILLAURA DISTRIOT. Terms,' 10/ per acre down; 5/ per acre per year for 4...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
THE SALE SUPREME. OUST & SCHOLES, -THE MAMMOTH STORES - Commence Their %lc E T HALF EA L On Thursday Next, Feb. 5. 30? wOrrEa W" mErnEl? OMrs.Y. . We are planning to break all previous records with this sale .,, -and can assure you of a great saving by paying us a visit. Come Early and Secure Your Share of the Bargains. Orders by Post or 'Phone Promptly Attended to. OUST & SCHOLES, ý:' THE.&R Gk GIVERS, 'Phone 18.-Barkly Street, Ararat. That summer Iolloiday. A Day in the Open. - [o] You may be looking forward with enjoyment to either. ITH a KODAK you not only enjoy the present, you: bring back your . recollection's in the form of ".Snaps," each a source of.enjoyment in years to come.: ;- - WHY SHOULDN'T YOU KODAK? " "KODAK" Simplicity (Daylight Loading and Developing) are providing enjoyment for thousands. Why not you? Cboll on uaifor a free demonstration or enquire for our handsome illustrated (3. S. Morris) "THE PROGRESSIVE BOOKSELLERS," 'Phone 38. ARARAT....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DVERTISER GENERAL PRINIING A OFFICE, Ligar*street, Arazat, Mr THEO. G. GRANO, Barrister-at-Law, Has Removed his Office to directly OPPOSITE THF BANK OE NhW SOUrH WALES A Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Western Australia for taking affidavits in .ictoria. MR H E.E WEBB, solicitor, &c., Opposite the Court House, Comnuiisiones of Victoria. 'ruae Aroney~to Lend. STEWART WV. IR WIN, L.L.I BARBISTER AND BOLICITOIL COMMERCIAL HOTEL BUILDINGS BARBLY STREET ARARAT, Moneys to lend of Freehold and Leans hold Securities. [A CARD.] MR H. C. GlAdTAIRS, SOLIO1TOE, &c., Who has purchased the Practice of Mit ADRIAN A]K UEST, L.L.B., BARRISTER AND SOLICITOB, Barkly Street, Ararat, U NTIL lately conducting the prac tice of Mr F. H. Eeles, is con tinuia? to reside and Practice at Ara rat, and has removed to the office lately occupied by Mr H. Dodd. Visits Willaura let and 3rd Friday. &A1J . JEA?M? AMi, .ARCHITEOT, BANFIELD S1KEE?, ARARAT. [}LANS and Speo...
CALENDAR FOR FEBRUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
CALENDA. FOR 'EB- UARY, 1914. Sunday 1 8-15 22 'foniday ..-- ,- - " 2--_ - 16 23 Tuesday V3 10 17 24 Wednesday 4 11 18 25 Thursday ...-.-.5 12 19 26 riday . . 6 13 20 27 Saturday .. 7 14 21 28 PHASES OF THE MOON. - First Quarter ... 3rd, at 8.33 p.m. Full Moon .. .... 11th, at 3.35 am. Last Quarter ....., 17th, at 7.23 p.m, New Moon ..... 25th, at 10.2 a.m.
DEPARTURE OF MR AND MRS CARSTAIRS. NEW ARARAT RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
DEPARTURE OF MR AND MRS CARSTAIRS. NEW ARARAT RESIDENTS. A pleasant evening was spent at the Lake Wallace Hotel, Edenhope, on Thursday evening last, when a number of the friends of Mr H. G. Carstairs, who is leaving to take up a practice at Ararat and Stawell, entertained him.at a smoke social. Mr E. J. Cranage presided. A number of musical items were rendered during the evening, and several toasts, including that of the guest of the evening, were honored. General regret was expressed at Mr Carstairs's impending departure, and good wishes voiced for his future. On Friday evening a social Was.ten dered Mr and Mrs Carstairs in. the MechanTcs' Hall. The' earlier part of the evening was spent in the render: ing of a musical programme. Mr E. J. Cranage, on behalf of the residents, presented Mr Carstairs with a silver cigarette case and box of cigarettes. In doing so, he. said the people regret ted that Mr and Mrs Carstairs were about to leave the district. They had been with them only ab...
CHILD FEARFULLY SCALDED. WHEN HOSPITAL TREATMENT FAILED ZAM-BUK COMPLETELY HEALED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
CHILD FEARFULLY SCALDED. VHEN HOSPITAL TREATMENT FAILED ZAM-BUK COMPLETELY 1 HEALED. "My little boy, Willie," says Mrs . Morrison, of 93 Wilson street, Red ern, Sydney, "was fearfully scalded hrough a kettle of boiling water fall ng on top of him. I had been bath ng the child near the fire and had just ;one out to empty the water when I seard screams. I rushed in and found ;hat he had pulled the kettle over and earfully scalded his neck and back. "The skin was dreadfully blistered and inflamed, and the poor child's igony was dreadful to witness. At the Prince Alfred Hospital they lanced the blisters and dressed the scalds with an oil. Willie was bad fully six months, and as I didn't feel. satisfica with the progress he was making at the Hospi tal I took him to a private doctor. His ointment caused the sores to break out into white blisters. "After many other treatments had been tried without success I happened to receive a sample of Zam-Buk. This proved so soothing to the child's in...
TYPHOID FEVER IN ARARAT. AN OFFICER FROM PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT. WOULD BE WELCOMED BY LOCAL HEALTH OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
TYPHOID EVE7£ IN ABARAT. AN OFFICER FROM PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT. `WOULD BE WELCOMED BY LOCAL HEALTH OFFICER. At the meeting of the Ararat Bor Augh Council neld last night, quite a lumber of typhoid fever cases were re ported. - Dr. Cameron, resident surgeon of the trarat Hospital, reported the following ases :-Jean Poison, 14 years, Vincent ;treet; Edith Barry, 17 years, Pal merston street ; William M. Morgan, 35 years, King street; Henry Griffin, 47 'ears, High street ; Francis -Anderson, I 19 years, High street; Bessie Rintoul, :2 years, Broken Hill ; Violet Rintoul, 19 years, High street ; Thomas Hughes, 19 years, High street. Dr. T. F. Brown reported the following case :-Roberta 1I' Alpine, 10 years, King street. ACTION BY HEALTH DEPART. MENT. The Public Health Department wrote, stating that the department would be ;lad to receive' a report by the officer ,f health as to the continiued prevalence -f typhoid fever at a boarding house in fing street. A telegram was also received...
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. SPARROW SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
8PORTINlG INTILLIGENCB. SPARROW SHOOTING. The Ararat Workingmen's Gun Club thld a meeting yesterday morning at the Ararat racecourse. There was a .ood muster of shooters present, but the supply of sparrows was limited. On that account the £10 open match could not be decided, and in its place a number of 5/ sweepstakes 'cerc decid ed as under :-No. 1 -''-"Owen" and D. Curran divided with 11 kills each: No. 2-D. Curran and Gowan divided with 5 kills each ; No. 3-F. Grinter. 2 kills; No. 4--D. HIogan, 1 kill; No. " D. Hogan, 3 kills; No. 6-F. Grinter, "Owen," D. curran and Hume divided. .-_a
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. Yesterday's quotations for Ararat stocks were: Cathcart--Sellers, 3/6. Cathcart Central - Buvers, 30/6; sales, 30/6, 31/, 31/3. Cathcart Victory-sellers, 1/9. Great Langi-Buyers, 2/9; sellers, Langi Logan North--Buyers, 4/9; sellers, 4/10. Langi Logan South--Sales, 15/. New I angi Loga--Buyers, :/71; sellers, 30/9; salos, 30/3. F. E. STRANGWARD, 3harebroker, Member Stock Exchange, of Melbourne, 131 Collins Street,. Melbourne. (Tel 3226.) Privato telephone, Windasr, No. 2879. 3EORGE GOSSIP, Agent.
ARARAT TURF CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
ARABAT TURP CLUB, SUMMER MEETING. Those who for-:years have followed D the fortunes of the Ararat Turf Club fortunes, which seemed to be quite de-. void of even the prospect of a silver lining to the. dark cloud which has? for. so long hung over the.club-must have P felt some satisfaction in the club's ' sauner meeting yesterday. There 2' were apparent good grounds for the hope b that at length the long lane of ill-luck 3. had taken a right angleo. turn.'. The day was seasonably. warm, with a brisk y north wind, but not oppressively hot. It was in fact a typical Australian ul sunuer's day-the great bunshfire rag- w ing on the tGrampians.'lending a purely at local color and tone. The attendance y on the course was more numerous than Ti for nmany years .past.. The grandstand T was crowded with ladies, and whilst the ti races were in progress the overflow be spread from the steps far across the H raised lawn. The scene was particu larly bright and animated, and though 0 the color schem...
THE GRAMPIANS ABLAZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
THI. GRAMPIANS ALAZE. On Sunday fires originated in two places in fall's Gap, somewhere be. tween Mr Warren's place and the tuo nel, and have since assumed gigantic proportions, no fire of equal magnitude having taken place in the Grampians for years. With some difficulty it was kept off Warren's place, and went across the range near the tunnel, and ran down the near side to Pomonal, getting witnin about 200 yards of MSr C. Barnes' orchard before it was turned. It continued along the top and sides of the range, and well on its way towards the Redman, the sight being a thrillinE one after the shades of night had fal len. The fires have, split up into about six sections, and unless a change takes place are likely to burn for some time. Yesterday the fire appeared to be. spreading rapidly.
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. ARARAT LICENSING DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. ARARAT LICENSING DISTRICT. At the sittings of the board, held at the Law Courts, Melbourne, on Monday, the lists of hotels to be taken at a deprivation sittings in the Ararat and Moyston licensing districts, to be held at the court house, Ararat, commencing Tuesday, 24th February, for the former, and Friday, 27th February. nor the lat ter district, were announced. The lists as submitted by the then Super intendent Morris, were as follow: Ararat Licensing District-Albiou Hotel, Barkly street, Ararat; Asylum Hill Hotel, Asylum Hill, Ararat Crown Hotel, Barkly Street, Ararat; Exchange Hotel, Barkly street, Ararat; Gordons, Hotel, Barkly street, Ararat; Railway Hotel, Stawell Toad, Ararat; Royal Hotel, Moyston road, Ararat; Shire Hall Hotel, Barkly street, Ara. rat; Victoria Hotel, Barkly street, Ara rat. Moyston Licensing District-Dur. ham Hill Hotel, Three Mile Creek; Live and Let Live Hotel, Warrak.
CYCLING AND MOTOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
CYCLING AND MOTOR NOTES. A curious phase of the average meo torist's nature is the peculiar import ance be attaches .to petrol economy, whilst at the same time lie will give very little attention to saving many pounds annually through careful driv ing and care of his tyres. Striving for petrol economy is, of course, quite laudable, but it certainly seems strange to see a motorist striving to save a few pence in fuel consumption, when an'hour or so later he will knock pounds off the value 'of his tyres by careless driving. The motorist who keeps his "Dunlops" properly inflated, eases up and declutches round sharp corners, and uses brake and clutch with discretion, can", almost save enough in' tyre upkeep: to cover half his fuel charges. A novel motor- ear hill climb was reo cently held in France, the contestants having to. stop, their cars at a given point during the climb, reverse for ten yards, and start off again for the top of the hill. The test proved efficiency, flexibility of ...
TEACHERS' STRIKE. FIFTY SCHOOLS CLOSED. GIRLS JOIN IN REVOLT. FREE FIGHT IN CLASSROOM. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
TEACHERS' STRIHE. FIFTY SCHOOLS CLOSED. ':GIRLS JOIN IN REVOLT. FREE FIGHT IN CLASSROOM., LONDON, Monday: There has been no settlement of the dispute between the Education authori ties and the school teachers of Hert fordshire, who are demasiding a higher salary. Fifty schools in the county have., been -closed, and it is believed that 30 more will be obliged to follow their lead. Riotous scenes took place to-day at a girls' school at Ledbury. The-girls took possession of the school room, after morning lessons had con. eluded.. They overturned the desks, spilt, ink,. and wrote notices on the blackboards upholding the teachers on strike. Later the larger girls held a meeting in the play ground, at which it was decided to declare a strike of scholar . The girls hustled the new mistress sent in place of the former .one, Who was on strike, out of the school, and then guarded the doors against the entry of the children op. posed to the strike. A number of the latter, however, managed to c...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
MINING INTELLIGENCE. The "Australasian" refers to tie New Langi Logan mine as follows: ''Some little disappointment was felt it the fact that the manager of the \Tow Langi Logan mine (Mr Toole) was ,ot able to go straight into the wash from the rise he had put up from the reef drive. The market in the com. pany's shares was affected by the deo •ay, but Mr Toole is to be commended for his caution. He is responsible not only for the safety of his mine, but al :o for the lives of his workmen, and, that being so, when he found the plre. "'re of water overhead was heavy his duty was to put up an intermediate evel and a jump-up into the gutter. By doing that he would tap the gutter at a higher point, and enable the water to be drawn off gradually. The work of actual mining will now have to be carried out at the New Langi Logan, and, seeing how near the Cathcart is to Ixtinction, and how the Great South :rn has had to close down, it is to be hoped, in the interests of alluvial min* ing in ...
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. BRITISH VISITORS. IMPRESSED WITH AUSTRALIA. IMMENSE POSSIBILITIES. BEAUTIFUL SCENERY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
CABLEGRAMS. EOBE'b!S SPBQIOAXB. -. BRITISH VISITORS. fIMPRESSED WITH AUSTRALIA. IMMENSE, POSSIBILITIES. BEAUTIFUL SCENERY. .LONDON, Tuesday. Several returned members of Parlia ment delivered addresses at the Con naught Rooms yesterday regarding their recent visit to Australia, "Mr Amery said there had existed the impression in the mother land that Aus tralia was a bare,-monotonous country. They had found it a land of beautiful scenery, with delightful variety from the Englishman's standpoint. The Melbourne atmosphere was nearer that of London than Edinburgh or Glasgow. Mr Amery said the party had been greatly impressed with the immense possibilities of Australia. All mem. bers of the party were struck, he said, by the splendid start Australia had made regarding national defence, and the great enthusiasm manifested in the universal training scheme.: • , : · - ; m; ,m l? m
ARARAT BOROUGH COUNCIL. ORDINARY FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
ARALBAT B30ROUGH t OUNIL OEDIkR rFORTNGI9TLY MEETI2NG. The fortnightly meeting of the Are rat Borough Council was held last night at the Counecil Chanber, TowGn Hall. There were prent--r/ G. Burn (Mayor), and Cra A. C. Brandt, W. Tibbles, J. Irwin, W. Timmins, T. Impey, J. Tuson and t. J. Simpson. - " ORRESPONDENCE. From Registrar of Births and Deaths, reporting a death from whooping cough, the victim eing Robert Owen ;Mason, 0 weeks. Received:. tro-, State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, forwarding a plan showing the reticulation of Ararat, and requcst inc that same be revised to date and returned'at the earli'es convenience. Cr Irwin moved-"That the coun cil's consulting engineer be requested to make the plan up.to-daOe.t Cr Tuson seconded the morion. Cr Iinpey--Woul it s.ot be better. to wait till we get our own engin ecri It would save expense. I miove an amendment-? That the Coin mission be asked if they could wait till the council's engineer had been appointed.' Cr Brandt ...
THE METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
THE METHODIST CHURCH. To raise £100,000 by way of marking the centenary of the Methodist Church of Australasia is a big order, but it is likely to be the objective of Methodist Conference of Victoria and Tasmania. At the last Methodist Conference held in Melbourne a committee was appoint ed to prepare a scheme, and it was agreed to recommend to the forthcom ing conference that £100,000 be aimed at. Wednesday, 4th March, is the day on which the united conference will be asked to consider the proposal, and, in view of the magnitude of the scheme, the discussion should be interesting. It is considered that Victoria is able to contribute £90,000, and Tasmania £10,000, though this proportion may not be adopted. Already a Victorian citi zen has promised £2000. The last Me thodist Conference recommended that an' attempt be made to raise £50,000, but the church building committee re commended that the sum be fixed at £100,000, and the general committee concurred in this aim. In the past the...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 5 February 1914
GENEBAL. It is officially denied that Krupps are absorbing the Putiloffs engineering works, but the latter's building scrip is practically in German hands, like wise their ship yards at Rign. Baron de Forest having expressed the opinion in the Liberal land report that Lord Derby held land valued at be. tween £3,000,000 and £4,000,000, Lord Derby has now offered Baron de Fo rest his land for one and a half million sterling. Mr Schofield, a pioneer railway builder in America, aged 80, was mar ried on his deathbed to a bride aged 26 years. Three hours after the cere mony was performed Mr Schofleld died. Advices from Mexico state that General Guzman, who was prominent in the revolt against the late Presi dent Madero, attemptet to persuade General Villa to renounce General Caranza, the leader of the rebels, and support General Felix Diaz. General Villa refused to do so, and ordered General Guzman to be executed. While a wealthy Chinese merchant at. Nanking was. entertaining 300 friends a...