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MOTOR FATALITY MAN COMMITTED FOR MANSLAUGHTER. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
MOTOR FATALITY IMAN COMMyryye FOR MAN. SLAUGlT.ILg S LUOURNi, Titurseay. nvestlgaton was maode by the Cotronor (Dr I I. Cole) at tlhe lMorgue this morn ing into an accident which occur?ed at onnybrotok on 20th December, who a motor-car driven by Frederiik IDldlcy William 6atloy, station owner, of Cooms, Now South Wale, collided with Gordon Campbell [Itnll, 1I, a wool clamsr, who was cycling to Ttlartok, will tihe rrse t that Mrech snetained injuries fromn which ha died on the following day in the Mel hincaio Itl ital.. Ar G. Mauxwcll apparr td for ailer, the owner ant driver of the ear, and Mr Stewsart Mi'Arthtr for the relatives of Mlrceh. ,William ?Valdroa, ailerk, stited t mt he tleft 2 elboorue an coul ateny wthe hlerot. ail they redole cs far nas theo 110. nyibronk hotel. Murch left to lihotel he tore witness, but hie pamsed him on tlhe hill, antd was 10 or 12 yardsl ahied when it motor-cuar iddenly cmime over tlhe hill at fully 01 milte alc hour. Iloth witnr? and Mureh were en...
IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
IMPORTANT 70 EVERY WOMAN Mrs M. P. STEWART of the 11i4 ' guart v GI~u of TILUE ý.ADIRS' COL LE OE Op H.L.TII 48 Eirzabtrh arnt, 5lolimuroe, will ,rist BIiarat on tho tWt and ;mod Towdoy of each month, and may he oonsultod at th ibid from 10.5 a.m. to 5 p.m. lvr ly woomn Who mu tim iiclim of iii' tibFilih or who is throatLeed with a cri ticaopernton, and every wifo who has bmnappoinrd in her desirr to fill tlh noble mwulon Of mothlerhood, hould mak the ekilhd adribn of Mrs Stewart. who is the only lady visiting Urllart authorised to supply Dr P. IL Coonloy'e celebrated Orarng ily4 itomo TreatroOntL Those who ooooot -11 poroonoajy are incited to send 2d for otln to tiept. 3 LOdes' ollmo d [I o40 Eliibetlt street. Qehuid. , for treo of "Woman'a G. iidntoos Helh"abo which evrn sou hould pose.
PATHE'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
PAT PIITS V'IC aTW S. 1li Alfrgd luJ1 an again arIndcdl lWt niil th and te Inow double bill wan re cevii with nub1101 upidunna. 'Tine Childl llLlie" an "Thed Ifn l light"' ae mang mifinent nuranplcr of mnirdrn mlotia pliyn, an llhn iiare N uii'iiiiilir Inlwurse, winls Ni tIeial., vial canciiiI to iuiiplont tli'a inlir plrnIInInuue.
MARINE TRAGEDY LOSS OF THE DALGONAR. STORY OF SURVIVORS. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
MARINE TRAQEDY kTOF. o!L'hF Or~t)1ONAH. $'0) ' ()IT SIJI~viyolts. LONDON. Wletluetdq). T'han bcotno., oiod, whicjnit ortvthto Wr Iafil pilrbkrl lip Ill . wee 26 grin rs o h~e prow of the htilillB he ip Il;llr"a 2185i toe., o.ftnr tho lotrIO hoot tt1 n jt t disaoter in ai 101, Ihnt 1.1rrivol ill london, the .fntimnnrno the Doalgonar inno0lrl, hereto:, wi '.oo wralunitleO, anit Jaooton, i t South liistrlihll. Tier n Ihlgonor tn Oth O btoner Pon ttt n aInI hIe r111 line amon1 tolvt hting tlln it lrven fr five ftn . Iy IntO wotntll ItsrIn111i, dlolll orol ia lRlt lit tilt Itorlt, otilt 1 in Oiniltil It Ithtlnt w atet Otour nrml ha o~t mee OI l t ties or tlot ItllO 1 Itoll t aptl tlintlrTt.l nt ll and tlrrc 5 min rr (.. rl .0 k.' IINI fi. l11 lhnrxn hollrr. lflur wnI h r~d r by fr fr rllllyr and ill in I.~vL tiro e o'n'.F
WILFUL MURDER MISS BRADFIELD'S DEATH. VERDICT AT THE INQUEST. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
WILFUL MURDER MISS lIltAW1FIEI.D'S DEATTI. VEltDI'I' All TrIp INQUEST, Th]e0 iulcatl tll On fit? hodIy of Kistt Chria thin. 1raflelW, llc was recontliy fpund in a iOctk it catt1al at Liverpool, lin benm ltcu d. twio ayt.lll Ol o U rto' Sumnser alnd Samuel tll, olaployell by tto brother'ofl doe.a ll, tlr !nlatote rrrtto oItlt itIrgol of hlnlng pliturolirdt 'liss Iho Cr wltr ltnntOa to call Elltoll to giv eovidoneo et the ti ilttt t. It Itota boeo stoatod that Mio itn ltem h tlroyt p livelyc intoret in Suiter t- butt the env. dtone o far suggetsts t mnony motive for the crimeli. q'l'crettt ni evitlite of taiv hntrigilo alelWOli rMis Stra!ldlfllll 11Stain, l.ONPOn. ole,,danlio N?gt. ntlointl Siumnersattl ttot, Illttot wao it the witneetr-lbt for lilt hilt andot1alttlf ul!o Ietolto w.ie uIrk Ito nto mt a -tmtn.?llt. il c?i tIto tletl'l der wat 1ointt.t:tlt. lib Iatlitvol ISum ter wtlte it ItO loI1 hhn lhlltIi ilt onk cltn-. tlilneal llbhit 1, mplu e liftol ti lot;o!o into te rcrt aind d...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
OBITUARY Onr Bealibe corresnondount writes: - Mr T'homas HRes, storekwepor, oflBeelila. died oe 'l'Heeday evening at G+ years of age. .4 of which were pent in nBealih. 'oho funeral of the late Lr John Richt ards, a ary old rresdent of Selatoelt , took place on 'l'Tcela,. aNd lwau lhiargely atlcnird. isf remanns wore interred in the Ballanrt New Cemetery. Tlhe pall hearers wer Meters It. J. Cooke. or man ILewollve. :I. Ifooaeh, .T. Wiiinhn. It. iHarrise. It. Cornish, I. I e.le, and IL Ilvid. 'ho elie. Mr \Vihon, of Sean~ toplo. oflicalted at the grave. The fn noreal arrangementn woee carried out by lMr it. J. Miller. 'liho many friends of Mlr Mathow Wil liaml Courtnoy will lregret to learn of his deauth, wfhialh took plaoe after a long ill ellcc. Lteoaacl cwas a farmer in the Iungaree district for 46 ye's., and weo rcoaprtd by n luarg secton of peoiile. lo leaves a widow, six dauRlghiters. and four toneo The funeral tooli place ye terelay, and was lirgely attended by friends fron all...
TENDERS ACCEPTED MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
'TENDERS ACCEPTED bd?I DOUttNI?, 'lhur?day.' Tihe Public \Worlu l]ol.rtiment has re o rmeended the waeptanea of the follow ing Lotnde:--t[outo State sxhool, 1425, now ronsidonco: A. .1. iigby. atelong, .2Jl3/15. Jloetire to jetty, Tort Cmep bull: C. ['Cao, l'ort C?nupk|ll. .557/15/. Altortiulw ando rpairea to lthe lech?ra c.ourt-hous-?e I. F. bymon. I2bhucu. .132 1/3. llnnodelling and relpairs to Uranih, I'lut oe?ool: C. I'rontor, Chorlton, £113 10/. Bridge and uippuJnhes, Iloggu, Creek. Orbest Club Terru?e road : 'owel and Tleompenon, 1'00/14/.
THE GREAT JANSEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
TILI3 (IIIJWAP JArNSEN. 'Tlir only orn.oliutatinn of its kind bour ing Anttralnm n will .pj·nar to-morrowr (w'nnliug lt the Msohlruma in Jluownn nmgininn and tlronnrnniat. wthsn er.,dr lolnnontt i rneflrtl. tntnrwtlinl. and high Is inatdruotivo; Iteo corriea kl laUnwltorn ki ro lOTO It hi pto OO until Jnhy kaliovo that gilloa n noice transnrtoll o a land f nloudor and nyotory. J.Iantrr and hin ni",mon fAaianon oolortain'nr will nppur for one night only. Theo ko nran , a:lt Sattoi'rr.
AUSTRALIAN BUTTER DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENGLISH MARKET. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
AUSTRALIAN BUTTER DEVELOPMEN' 01" '10 IIE ENOLISII AILfKEq'. UhLIOOUJINE, TPhurdluy. Recontly Mr R."V. Osborne, nmanoagr of the Westertn District Caoperutive Ui triet Coltpaon, on tilo rieturnl froam Entg lend in a report lltade some caotic com meats oft to re ondition of some of th, Atstrair an bttelor thoolt arrived in (treat lritain.. Mr Watt, the I'remier. ,tolrld to-day that wlten he was in rlio Old Conetry jirelar vioews to thoao of Mr Osborneo, ad bren epremsed by a nuon ber of reOproentativrr lnterested in Lho butter trade. Mr Onborno'a reconnmon datiunlo wrno very genorally the opinion, of Itloo who knew tnost of lto cunditionn of thto market at tihe othter endl. lie (Mr WVatt) Itoped to advance the queation of a dline stramer service to s0no of tihe outer Englisht ort whlooh tie next 'm nminm' Conference look plnoce. An far na e cnoold judgo. Autratlinn butler was lmordly known i tile nortllhern parts o, lbngleud. The I)aniojl lotruurer anp Iwisýt to have captured those ma...
PLEA FOR ECONOMY. LET ENGLAND SET AN EXAMPLE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
PIJ? P"t 3OA r CONth$. [A9 1' NNLA1ND 8Lr AN BNX1tMPta1 LONDON, T'rndav. Thi Right leon. Clhrle B3. 1I. Idol Ihours.e, Lihncellr of the I)uethy of Lan rester. t;peakln at IBristol lust nithL. aid thlut the fnanall antd moral nor of ttho country wero " urgent. thatl they mroid not begin too aon to reduor exlmntitur. on00 nornuiou. 'T'hey were etOtitled, on e?oaOLot of LIo illlproenvel Anglol-(cerleIJ feeling, to epuact rouch a redtuction, esnte i inuco (irnlny had accepted a raio f Ihi$ to Ie0. 31r Ilobhooune addrd that tbho wvole oulbtrhrst of nael rxthrdl-o toro' was cll to I'nglnnd cr(?ttinp greater nhipl. If the eila of the I n glolsh oblip were mluml, the other nations woould follow oo reiardo to IJteir phiio.
LIBERAL MEMBER'S SUGGESTION. SUBSTANTIAL REPRESENTATION FOR ULSTER. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
I.InBn' A MF?JI\P'S SUOGG ?SION. SUBISTA NTI AT UI' .IIR.lNTATION h 'OR UL''Vli LONnO%. 'lThurs|ay. Trh Right. TIot. P. lough. Lilr.uri miou Ihr of tho llooso of Coommons for uliung tall Wict, ill a aproh last nil"l. said ho hol n'el that the gWOuplo of thUtor would gi,'e moro faornble ranrlderatiltt to Ilolno Iulo it tho Prototant Unionist minority roroirvl larger reprroooation iu a' Irish I'utrliaznrot. Mr Loggh and oithIer m(embors of the Congmoou sugggest tha t dluring thOt f?nt It rune, if the o emborship of the triah togO?o of Coognlons rogglgo It euto.'76 of throm shoulhl l aullbuate to In the int ority.
MR JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN IMPENDING RETIREMENT. REGRETTED BY ALL PARTIES. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
MIR JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN [IMPENDIING IURTfLEMIl NT. IREORITTEPD BY ALL IPARTIES. LONDON, Wedlnesdny. Ur Josoeh Chamnberlain, .I'.. who hba nnlounesl thlat ho will not stnltl for P?r lhuttenot t tho next general elerction. hea uddresroel a letter to his coeotituento. in which he says tlhat hIe cannot hlom to dto I'Parliamentary work nanin. Tn roondti. tuotiet, lir ChTnlltrrlaln declares, needs Synoanger llln. The n llouncemcnt hah been receives with tho gratest Ipossible regret in all rircle, irrerstctide of party. The health tit the v?teran atatesmtn. wshiech hnas boon in on unsatibiactory corndition for somn y lars past. hao ',it tw?o.e anv wo0 e. Mr Chtamoherlin o ' ill shlortJy malo nn. of his peridical risits to the Riviera. His eon. Nrville, is likely to contest his father's eiet (llirtnillrslo1n Went) It the next election. ?rd Aunstrn Chalnbrrlnin. M.l'. foar Etast Worecstershiro, and ono oI Ito leaders of theI Unionist Panrty, bas l eo tbee snfggesteld as sncceneor to hi father...