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TURKEY AND ALBANIA PLOT THAT FAILED. TURKISH SOLDIERS ARRESTED. ROME, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
TURKEY AND ALBANIA PLOT ''HAT FAILED. UIIIH SOLDIER AIIIES'EITD. IROMP, Wednesday. her have been impoortant develop it in roonection with the Mahometln tr to place Izet I'abI (the Turkish Mi.?niel r for War) on the Albanian rnn in thie soteaodl of Prince William of A jirrs receivced here from Volona t? f hot n Austrian stealcer brought , Consnnttinooplo H0 T'lrkisIh cldiemr. inll ix olitrer. 'T'ho plotters intednldel -nirs the population of Valona and to intoio leaet 'Pasha Prince of Albania. o-eer. the Provisional Government err prlnredl. and with th cop enmration f tio lilrojlon (Gilllnlinston and the telh gnlirmo. they arrestel the whole nlrklh contingent. It was stated It few drl ago I.tht Iozet rJh regst rigtnation of Lho Ministry of ar in tit Tuhrkish Cabinet wos dua to ? il Mohmmedan bhiefs having ,ecretly ctl himt )rin.' of Alhanio. in ppoi. e to Princo lrrleerick. a Protet t, =ho ins Inen choson by the Powers.
GRAIN IN THE WORLD'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
GSAIN I:%' THE WORLD'S UMArKs. Slightly increasel firmness is noticealbl In the London and other Turopean ?heat arkets, owing apparently to Argentine dices. thoulgll thero does not appear to be mech dislpoltiou to buy cargoes with ay freedlotn. The recent oricial entimate othe Argentine crop, showing a otal yId of 1,500,000 quarters, represents a esiderable redlction from lhtst season. hilo the estilated oexportablo lurplns of 80,00, fq uaarlers compare withtl about 100.000O quarters for 1913. For the ma. meat little Argentino wheat is being shlip. Il to Europo, as exports on account of the old season practically cloud seole time ago, whilo now season's slipmeats am aloes in starting. Against thisa :Aus imliaa exports are onumenclng earlier than last easone, and good saipments should be naad during tho first thee, months of the yoar. Indian mcrop pr ls are n manter of uncertainty : bat the uantity to be lexported from India thi. ear in any easeo promises to be muhe less than in 1912...
POSITION OF CROWN PRINCE. HIS ADVICE TO A GENERAL. BERLIN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
pOSITlON Or CROWVN PRINCE. HIS ADVICE, m A GENERAL. III fIIN Wedne.dav Crown PrinoO it bci;ng eobjvtotoato nnidorobltcriticisml on aoount of tilt pay of eympauthtcS with tha noccodl lioaryoffico it t /,otaeborna afhair. t hos tranopirald thot, his Itpperial oglna snt a tottFtiot jest p or to . atorraanoaa. to Iojor-Ooeroal De3m" g.thal brigade aommounder at IFreiburg, Sinogl"naea stink to it!" Tia was fallowiat op on 328th Novela rthat ataaav olIflhict between then gt alnd thn u clvhltiOOO. n by the luconol sage "tltDn oo" ha Cewoln Pleaa, haowovaer. fand n0 atL ant.owalcitia o with ieatenat tht + outer, the otlteor iaalhantn the. %nhtla garrion. , who to noow bhiig at b murtttalrtttl.
SHIPPING Arrived at Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
SHIPPING Arrived at Port Phillip. nap Tansprt, from Ocn Island; KIn OOwa, from Clirna. , oiled from Port Phillip. aueh.'na for Lhmkirk; bWerribe, for NewcaStle. r Saled from n remantle. TasaanSil for Hamburg. o rived at Iri-boneo. .yandr. from Coiinsm:. atotunog trm Sdnee'; Wyandr. from aelbourne; W.o donga, from North. ,rrive o atNeclstle. fe ail from Newcastle. uhal oh, for delbourlo; Cyn?c, for rrivd t Sydney. r..orca rrd, o rle from Londo rloo. f irlohne; Wimmeru. from Hobart. Sailed from Sydnoy. .Allni., for 'Port Pirie: KoumoanO.e , for .fl~burno; Someret. for Bnrshonl. . 0 Anrrived at Adeaide foJoan ai, from New Zaland; helno ,nd, from Bromen,
CABLEGRAMS (REUTER'S) ZABERN INCIDENT [?]VIDENCE AT COURT MARTIAL. THE TROOPS' ORDERS. "FIRE IF PEOPLE LAUGH." BERLIN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
CABLEGRAMS FILP J I;LL'II ZABERN IINCIDENT -i)BNC1B AT'I COUIT-MARTIAL. ,In 'TI'OO 'S' O]DERS. 1'11U:~ I L' I'I,:O1LI LAUGH.', ERILIN. Wednesdayo t0 w11.mneartaI oi Colonel von Ioll w1,. is chargedc n-ilh hanving usurped nuic thority nduring the reoont btu 't elnben (Alsace-Lorraino), was tiuiI oday. r lllor. District Comneentr~' fcel,;rL CnlnneLo vlon Rente line r.In~ Cht lich, (vane Router) lWen rennlvedc tlee l tce Ix eopln sltnalnding In( e treoLeL. tht thce, teoeps wnoul fire it thee pen I)lcl hrl, Tihe witness edded that ,ccee .Iauheer hIi e ordered mnanhino lee be held in rcadiheeec.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE "The Courier" Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
11ERCIUd IWTELLIGENCE ho Courier" Office, Thursday. S fiom irt rlf iilallit as't~s ,f d ie iii. th grain icips ,ill bo l to tl', e xvrr., si.c eral dis 1.rpeyers iare for tbountifiit " r oirls at what ii knowu as h aredl 1',I' tln heath land, rio icn o illetilO, alnd it is antici t iloIMrie i?ii if Oio lie wsail "i, etltei,. 'I'ihe conditions in . ishy'n he not iritl init be Sfrimn h litandts Derpartment" rd eis oif hrryig ouit dlistribuL i Ir from II, artosiai tnrn in itiih Wa h lay latbor a being )lei teams aer it"d under .~ st rm, while at tractor plant g of trrtion-enginf , scarifier, adc L are ainopoyrd in the other. A of worlk h ale nlady beon ratis c. rrienl out with thi latter of potatoes who nacit a pay Sfor their prodlun ace more ¢k tE "0,0 oUt on top" thia those rb e son aariioiuiPenp. Last year iu iencla oif -u pnc ton having aa c-1 for large lines of Snowflakce htt e.slron wNre not uncommon. to nsiiOco Ies to their ownesa ma opelhtr to qait them at un ` r ',nu, or eon t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
'i GREAT CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS SAT CT,E. CORNER. TRAM TERMINUS. ; d oL R EO P?oIA succs WAL C INTEND TO GIVE TgF PUBLIC THE GREAT ET FEAST OF BARGAINS EER OI'FEIWD IX. DALLAAT. WE DON'T STOCK TOYS, BUT WE DO SPECIALISE DRAPERY, AND CATER POR THEI MASSES. COME aN-ýD SEE FOR rOY tSELVTES OTR- BARG"AINS IN iý r BArgainnin Undrmlonlothing M en',GI SIfsIld ib ns M ln end Silk Frnks, at n?d arg I ains in L le' nd Childron's a nin. in Tinolnnem, Table Covers- B A NS n B ln r Ienl in ?n n'? l Jnvnile Cnotb.. .n .. lX. t . .. n.lrin rok, n m isol . Noeotits Rndyt-wae nats. Thhbent vlen ever ndllI tins, Carpets. Window linde SOAPS PE U ES RUSIWAIE, i. tt nd l d Felt Hate, Fashion |hZl ?"r, ey, ilancntvdýe, --: tin Nie ht0 Infants'l Donners, Unndr- touv bles In'mmaa ts, Shootins 0 Door Math, and Cieartihru l., a ,DU|8hAT er SGhetis, and,, U eth s Shrt, an dm, nd ren, Straw Boaters and - e i0. , r? is F, . Stngteta. T , aq, Qelta, and Serviette IIAT-PINS, and HOSi.F-I Pa.n.... Travei lling Trunk...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
tiAT WHIOhESAIB DAIRY I'RODUCIE MAJUIJ-. SThursday. , n Cabarnlrlin report,-But il factory print Illd; munp I d; lprator to 9d; alry, Sd. Lvoin: Skies, lid; middles, I/ 3. oney, ?d to aid. Lard, 8d. 6d to 7d. Onons: Brown Span lab? to i. New ipotatoes: Beauty mU n, X. to L5/10/. LL less and Co. (ato M'Gregor 1rt: p- Butter; Parimr facto linlmp. lid; dairy, 8d; sepa i 1'. 9d. bUaon: Sides, ; middlW 1/: Ua1n3 , 113, .to, 'y, id to 31d. Cheese, 7jd to
"DIGNITY OF THE LABOR PARTY." LABOR JUSTICES' SQUABBLE. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
"DIGNITY OF THE LABOR PARTY." LALOII JUSTIC.IS' SQU.BBItL. hfELBOUIINI:, 'PIbtr lay. This morning tt 1C . F. lttuoell re efused to sit on the tort Melbourne (Court bonlt unaha Cr A. L. P'ager. thle Mayor of tort Melbourne. alpologiis;ed to thile beh for his oooduct It.fore the rourt oil Munday ltt.' Cr tttuoisl said the Mayor had in sinuatel thatt bis on,. wto Has in the hands of tte bench, tas not a.ttiagd fair 'the ifaor t'vid Ie did not know that he Ithl an'thittag to atologirse for. Cr Ittos,'ll: When Mr Tanner. P.M., aked LMr Pago why Ie wanted the t are adjourned Ito aid te withed to getl roun eel. os ttnt the Ina- .ehargt.d :-ttth gmt blin,'ht card'rthould itave t fair drat or fair play. 'rite Mayor: lie tatted Ite adiourn. meat no that the hoys wouol get au better chance. 'That wats all. ('r t.ntt'oih It, haud a distinet rerllcr tion of tioe word-s touel. Cr Page: It ' nothino o t perso t eronal feelitng on the Itart of Cr Iltutsll uagaijst hint. t'r lrsotull doenied :his. I...
HAMILTON. PETTY SESSIONS STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
HAMIITON. PETTY SESSIONS STATISTICS. During the quarter ending 31st Decem ber, the arrest nases dealt with in the [annmilton Court of Petty Sesionus inlud. ed one indictable ona and one conmmittal, one of wilful damage and one conmmittal. 13 drunks and 9 convictions, 3 offences egainst good oeider and " monvictions. On the nsummons side two persons wern fined for offences against good 9rder. one for a broaeh of the Eduecation Act. and 2 for nther offences, uceh aon falure to attend comopulsory drill, wandering cattle. and non.vaccinantion caer. there were 62 debt cases heard,. the total anmount i nolved being .£439. of which orders were tmaude for .ilt. with .G consto. There were 30 licenees istued, and one fraud netmmons aseo in which an order was mande. There were three orders tenmade in maintenance erses, and one was strule nut. Total number of cases heard for the quarter, 153. HAMII.TON.CAVENDISIt RAHIWAY. The following rowtpluniration hn.n been received by Mr F. W. Ran. secreta...
DEREEL. A CHURCH PUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
OEREEL. S A dCIIUTOI1' PUNCTPION. A public tea and ooucnrt wcre hold ant the opening of the anew Chench ol Eng land. The Iten. IV'. Pugh introluerd the chaeirnnn (Cr I. Gitnl. e lcnd the follow ing pnrgramLe way gone throulh:--lViano dwet. line l M. \Viatrep and E. Thrna tole .ong; . Mt,-, nrs toblni-on. Iex. Mnolllin Gidlow. .tr, TPonnce, Men Tehornlton. nce lr Icrne,.e. L idler. and Dan Cuarr; dtet, IMedanhem Jamen and Tonner; recitatiole M1snr J. Meran and A. Cannon. Severna onwrM were given. ?Ir 1t. J. Jack-hon. e vn-otLry and tatsnurne reed the rLepirt. end sated 147. had been ruined. The crrI.ton of the clahrech est Si8. and it cas noit quitea finislhed. A vote of thankn ,au p.noed to tho chairman andnll al ?nt hel ntaken part in nmking thue ten anaid coucert o niuceuaifl.
COBDEN. THE DISTRICT ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
COBDEN. TIRN DIS'I'IUCI' ,.O.\IS. The memter,, of the' Country h'onds Ijoard. w} o r n tnly viited the district, are of the opinio thart the district has glrat 1xoib?itliir for dv'elopmellt f good rtds are providtd. A schermoe i eow bing 1repalrt which it is hoped will etltcintiv mneet Url rcluirments of tho dtotrict, and it is pnbbtble that the ro p .x -ls w ill I e ?,u b t l tt d to' th e s h ire b the end of the p noot mlonth. ,ALEI, DICIYOILY I.)t"SIi.\NT.\TION. The residents availed tlhcmwive; of an opport nitv to bid an revoir to Mr lhnry Gilbert, whoe, after an:tnv y.r' nnoidenltt? in Cobden. has arnterptgil tle position of ovecruer of roads iln the iercnc riding of the Colae Shire. Mr It. Silv?-ter. pre sided. and referred to the mnyr goonl qemdidns of the gueet. wohmn he pr-ceuted with n hanclnome travotlling beg.
CLUNES. CHARITY APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
CLUNES. CIARITY APPEAL. A "direct appeal" to town and district residenLs n', recetly maoode oil behalf of the hospital,. in place of the annual cr ninval, which hod been a fixture for very tmany yars I-not. 'The sum of .IOI edt was coll led and as the expolen-?o wre only .£5/$/ n very handsome sum. which compares favorably with that obthinedl fromn the crntiwal, in reralt *eelo-, has been netted. S MOTOR0.CAll 'rRAF$IC. Owing to cotplaints mande regarding the excesivn opledl of totor.cari thcrogh tho town. the Council hlas decided to en forcee the hy-low regulatiog tle eped of ototor.cars.
The Ballarat Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. FRIDAY. JANUARY D. 1014. "The Board has no 0ower, and -the Minitter ahould be asked to amend the Act immediately o oas to define the nosi tiotn of the Boaned for the future"--so said Mr Wood at the meeting of the Board of. Health ont Wednesdar. The work performed by the Board on behalf of the community has not infrequently been the subject of favorable comment in these columns in the past, and on more than one orrasion we have felt canstrained to exprera regret that the orgnnination wof not endowed with greater posers sD that. its operations might he attlored by an even o reator measure of suenoe. While we were aware that the powere of the Board were more re-trio.ted than was de sirnblo, wo had not nsupeCted thly were nearly wo circulmcribed no Mer "Yolm in dlicated, and that what it bad nocom plished had Iher achieved chiefly by the aid of bluff. Mr Wood, however, d.- nhould know what he is t alking about, a-, for, if mnemory serv...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
DEATHS \WILLI..4MS.-On the 7th J.Tanunr. at Bal. larat. lBarnbara Eliza?eth, Fecund dalgh ter of .Iohn and Susan Williams. of IBrooaofield; agrd 21 yearSmn. IN MEMORIAM EWATtT.-Tn loii ng memory of William 'wart, who pasurd away 9thl January. 1901. Thi is a da of remembnurre which is -In .rted b .1I. Kittelty. GOUGII.--ln loving rmembrane of oar dear motlhar wmho p.'erl away-on 9th January, 1913. after short illcat.. Our loved one mismed. -Inserted by her loving sons and dloughtera. G I'Y.NN.-In loving memory of my dear huboand al oaur father, whbo died 9th J anuary 1912. GOne from u , but not forgotten; N.,-vr shall his memrory fade; SwF?ar;nt thotthta shahll ever linger Around uar ttrling parent'sr grace. -Tnerttl byr his loving widow r andti childrer. Lizzie and Mael, 'lTom and fnlo.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
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FROM OUR EXCHANGES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
FROM) OJR EXCHAGiES Genius is always ascetic; and piety and love. Appetite shows to the finer souls as a disease. --Emerson. "Essays." Close on 3000 New Ianggi logan shares were trafficked in on Wednesday in Mel bollrne. It is esiimnated that the grain despatch- el frome the lendigc Station is averaging 160.00 tons per day. 'The New Sotih Wales Ministgr fo Works (Mr Grifitlh)l states that he intends spending .£1,500,000 this year on railway ronstruction. The Victorian Football League navrig affirmed the principle of district football, a sub-comlniittee hio. prepared a Volm pleto scheme. In the mootor ear reliability contest from Mellourneo to Sydney, all Ohe com Iwtingl cars, numbering 29, reached Wan garaeta, the first control, on Wednesday. DIliroct comlounlcation froen Darwin was restored on Wednesdoy. 'iThe telegraph norvice han been interrupted by the heavy Ilodls in Northlern 'Territory. Mr lugh Mahos has resigned his peai tieon as tOi selected Labor candidate for Diampier C\V...
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
INDEX TO ADVFITI8F.MENTS. Amusements page 8 Medica l.... ai Auctioll .. . 8 ··LI iLcut " . A.ncLi0O Military Notices 8 riagee. Deaths 2 8"onay. I Conch 'rimo.ct;ble 4 I'ubite Neticco . H ScoOIdn Inesorts 8 l"Icotirdiofal0 8 Shippng. 1 onr hro . 8 Sitnatione Vacant 8 For Sale . . 8 Situations W'td 8 Funnorafle 8 Tenders. 8onornlan t Ad- d Trade Notices,1 lvertiriens i4 ,.n.1., nousen and Lo8d Wonted to BIuy. 4 for Sale ."... 4 Woetod to Sleet 8 tanot and Land Wanted to Sell n8 to Let . Weotod Known 8 Iopt and 1Ponnd B
BALLARAT POST OFFICE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
BA.LLARAT POST OFFICE NOTICES. Main for Europe. per R.M.S. Mooltan; will clone at the Post Offce as under: Money order. 5 p.m.. 'Tue?day 13th Janu ary; parcels post, p.ur.. nleetdny, 13th Jaruary; registered letters, 6 p.m., Wed neday., 14th January; letters and papers, G.45 p.m.. Wednesday. 14th January. Portsea and Sorrento, Mondays. Tues ldays, Wednesdavs,. Thorsdayn, 6.30 p.m.; Saturdays. 6.30 a.m.. 6.30 p.m. oe South a\Vles, dajy. 10.15 am., 6.30 a.m.; Rfierina. daily., 10.15 a.m.; Comwa. Danily 10.15 a.m. 9 urensland. daily. 10.13 am. South Australia. Bordertown, and Mount Gambler Districts, 10.15 a.m., 6.45 p.m. daily. Wetern Australia. 12th January, 10.15 llohart and Launceston, and all porti. 0lt January. 0 a.m. . Stanley. lurnie, Devonport. Strahnu. Zeehan, and QueenStown, 9th January, 6 Stanley, Wynward, Burnie. 14th Jane arv, 6 a.m. King Island. 9th January, 6 a.m, New Zealand, via Hobart. 34th Janu S.y. 0 a.m. Wellington, 9th January, 10.15 n.m. Auckland. 10th January, ...