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LYCEUM THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
LYCEUM THEATBEE. ..Ruidyard Kipling's famous quotation ''For -East is East and West is West, and. never the twain shall meet,!' forms the subject of the star drama at the Lyceum Theatre to-morrow evening A native prince -kidnaps an English bride and the subsequent adventures and= rescue, form a most unique 'and fascinating. romance of the Eastern World. A second star will be shown in "The Unwritten Chapter," a story of .finding:a new sensation for..a novel.
STAWELL BOROUGH FINANCES. ECONOMIES TO BE EFFECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
BTAWELIL BOROUGH FINANMCE ECONOMIES TO BE EFFEC'TED. ..The Stawell Borough Council, with two dissentients (Crs Crerar and Whit ford) - struck a rate of 2/3 In the £1 fork the year. ending 30th September. This is an advance of 6d on last year's The result of the special meeting of the council was made known on Fri day.evening. It was decided to make an important alteration in the work ing staff -by retiring the clerk of works (Mr II.. Henderson) anl dis. pensing .with !the services of one of the daymen. It was decided to ap" point La working foreman, who will carry on with two daymen and one drayman. The clerk of works' duties will be divided as follows:-Supervision and management of waterworks and general repairs in the borough to be allotted to working foreman; valu. ation to the town clerk; and engineer. ing to a consulting engineer. The clerk of works was granted a fort night's holiday, and his retirement will date from a month hence. lle is to be retired on 12 months' Ihlf-?ps T...
DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. The District High School recopened on Tuesday last with an enrolment of over 110 scholars and an entirely new staff. Mr J. O. Anchen, B.A., I)iploma of Education, comes from the Mel. bourne High School, where he had three years' experience. When in the reachers' College, University of fel. bourne, Mr Anchen won the Gladmas Prize for teaching for his year. ?rJ Alex. D. Ellis, B.A., is also from the Melbourne High School staff. Miss A Brokenshire, Diploma of Education (honors), is from the Rutherglen high School, together with Miss Temple (I)o. Inesten Arts Instructress), whose sue. cessful career is well known to our read. ,rs, and Mr G. Roberts (Manual Arts Instructor), the High School staff is now remarkably strong. It is the wish of the district inspector that certain 'acancics should be kept open for scholars from the-country districts, and that has been done. The State Public Service Commissioner will for the fu. cure consider High School trainees' claims t...
The Evil that Men Do. Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XV.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
he Evil that M 0en Do, BY M. P. BHIEL, at hi Author of "The Rajah's Sapphire, ru "Prince Zaleski," etc. .. , pe Pubisahed b special arrangemaent with Ward, Lock and Co. . F. .lbc fAll Rights Reserved.1 lil CHAPTER XV.-CONTINUED. of Hartwell thought that Barnes was a lead, or he would not have left him at .ying there without assistance; but tb Barnes was not dead. Later in the in night Barnes was found hanging hall re out of the front door; the knife had pi penetrated the left temple, wounding st that part of the brain which doctors a. all "Broca's area," a wound just there cl mn the left side means dumbness, and c, also paralysis of the right side of the .a: body; and this was thenceforth it Barnes' wrecked condition. . tl Barnes could neither tell nor write n what had happenled; when the police t, subsequently inquired in Fenchurch Street why the door of No. 7, Twyford Buildings had been left open .that night, they were told that it was in n 3rder that a building contractor might r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
THE SALE SUPREME. COUST & SCHOLES, .---THE MAMMOTH STORES- Commence Their G AREET ?'LF-YEARLY On :Thursday Next, Feb. 5. 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. SU.ST & SCHOLES, ` T.HBARG..IU\T G.IVZERS, ' " 'Phone 18.-Barkly Street, Ararat. SPRING aind SUMJMER Welcome to our New Season's Display. The Ie Season's+ Styles 'are .here. They comprise the Finest and; most Extensive Array of Fashions. Latest Productions we have ever shown in ý. lIIiInery, Costamnes, B louse Io s, &c. That he Display will prove fr 'great -interest tot you we feel fully confident, and trust to be favored with the honor of youir early visit of. inspection. ---All Other Departments fully Assorted with the Latest.-. This is the Place that is always First i ith the latest B T 'Ihe Fashion Barkly Street, Ararat, HE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DYVEL SER GENERA, PRINIING OF'LCE, Ligar-street, Arazat. Mlr T'E O. G. GRANC, Barrister-at-Law, Has himoved bis Othee to directly' OPPOSITE THF BANK 0L" NtE d'.)UI'H WALES A Ceounisaioner of the Supreme court of Western Australia for taloag olidevita In Victoria. NiH :. E. W EB:B, ishoclor, -. d, Uppossio:tLe Citsure Usuoe YC, uueasis u.i l f"i :u ' VMctohia, . - 1ruts Mdlo ey o Lend. STEWVAILT W. - aiviN; L.L. M BABSeSTE2 AND SOLICITOL. COhLtllUIALJ HOTEL BUILDIlNG' BAtiLY STREET ABABAT. Moneys to lend of Freehold and LeasP hold Securities. [A CARD.] MR H. u. GAd6TAIRS, SOLICiTO?, &c., Who has purchased tie Practice of . ?iA AIi ASIN AL EUBST, L.L.., BAltxtiST±SE AD4D BOhLiCTOB, Barkly Street, Ararat, U NTIL lately conducting the prac tice of Ar F. H. Reles, is:con tinuiu' to reside and Practice at Ara-s rat, and has removed to the office lately occupied by Mr H. Dodd. Visits Willaura 1st and 3rAFdriday. ,ARCH1TECT, BANFIELD Si1tElt, A lTARAT.' . ) LANS ...
BALLARAT MARKETS. 9th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
BALLARAT MARKETS.r l Oth'-ebruij, Grain, etc.--A: fair business: for the week. Wheat has a fair enquiry: at 3/6 to 3/7, and there is ago'd' demand for fowl feed; Oats-There is a steady demand for good heavy feed at 1/8, fair quaility 1/7. Peas are worth 4/ to 4/2, very few offering. Barley--A little business has beeni'done in medium to good at 2/10 to 3/; we :quote prime malting to 3/4,'Cape 2/. " Flour, £8/15; bran, £4/10; and pollard, £4/15. Po. tatoes-A fair demand at £3/a10 to £4, according to variety and condition. Hay-Market steady at 37/6 to £2; manger, £2 to £2/21/6; straw, 32/6.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. "Advertiser" Office, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
coMMRCIAL, INTELLIGENC ?. " Advertiser" Office, Monday. The following are the quotations in the local market :--Wheat, per bushel, 3/3.- Flour, per ton, £8/15. Bran, per bushel, 1/. Pollard, per bushel, 1/0j. Oats-Milling, per bushel, 1/7; feed, per bushel, 1/6.; °'Barley-Cape, per bushel,.2/3 ; English, per bushel, 3/. Chaff, per ton,7£2. Hay, sheaves, per ton,. £1/10. Potatoes - Warrnambool, per ton, £3/10; Ballarat, per ton, £3/ 10/. Onions, per ton,' £7. Butter Factory, per lb, 1/; dairy, per lb, 10d. Ham, per lb, 1/. Bacon, per lb, lid. Cheese, per lb, 8d. Eggs, per dozen, 9d.
BILLIARDS. IVORY BALLS RECORD. PUT UP BY GRAY. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
BILLIARBDS. IVORY BALLS RECORD. PUT UP BY GRAY. LONDON, Friday. George Gray made a record break this afternoon in his match of 18,000 up, with ivory nalls, with Tom New man. The Australian scored 644, of which 543 were off the red ball, thus consti tuting a new world's record for ivory balls. At the end of the evening session the scores were: Newman (receives 4000) .. 16,835 Gray .. ........ .. ... .. 13,583 LONDON, Sunday. Newman, 18,000, including breaks of 205 and 328 unfinished, beat Gray, 15,164, including breaks yesterday of 247, 202, and 323, of which 321 came off the red. A curious incident, in which a small speck of radium played the leading part, has taken place at the Royal In firmary, Liverpool. A particle of ra dium, valued at £1000, was used on the face of a patient, but when the final dressing had been removed, the radium could not be found. A diligent search for the missing metal was -at once in stituted, and eventually an expert, by means of an electroscope, -discov...
ARARAT DISTRICT CRICKET PREMIERSHIP. RESULTS OF SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
ARARAT DISTRICT CRICKE1 T p MIERSHiP. RESULTS OF SATURDAYg, MATCHES. The competitions in connectio p.i. the Ararat District Cricket 'remiershi and the Kendall trophy, were resnUip on Saturday laet, when two mlat.?e, were played. Railways v. Rocky Point. The Ararat Railways and Rock Point teannms met on the ground of latter club. Rocky Point went fre to the wickets, but were all dlilsed of for the small score of 36 t lhros the deadly bowling of Taylor and il. ,an. The only batsmen to rear 5double figures were J. Cooper and J. Mathecson, who each contributedl ]0, t latter being not out. The Railways then went in, and when stunmps ere drawnr, had lost two wickets for 1l8 Willan being not out for 55 an Outen 51. The following are scores: Rocky Point. J. Cooper, b Willan ...... .... WV. Wearne, b Taylor ......... 2 E. Wearne, b Willan ...... 5 W. Millar, b Taylor .... .. 1 B. Flavell, b Willan ........ ... .. Mathieson, not out ....... 1. B. M" Donald, b Taylor ...... .. 2 G. Flavell, b ...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
GENERAL. Captain Collins is inquiring regard ing trade prospects in Germany. He finds a growing desire to improve rela tions with Australia, especially in con nection with -fruit, but the Prussian Agrarian Opposition bars the way to greater facilities for the importation of meat. George Ball, alias Sumner, who was sentenced to death, on Thursday for the death of Miss Christian Bradfield, con tinues to show remarkable nonchalance for a condemned prisoner. He appears utterly indifferent to his fate, and it is not considered likely that he will ap peal against nit sentence. Ball was heard singing in his cell after the death penalty had been imposed on nim. Jack Johnson has declined the offer smade by the National Sporting Club of a purse of £3000 for a match with Langford for the championship of the world. Johnson considers the amount too small. When interviewed, Johnson said that he would not fight. Langford for less than £6000. "Some people," remarked Johnson, "say I am not get ting ...
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. MARINE DISASTER. STEAMERS IN COLLISION. NINE MEN MISSING. LISBON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
.AB.LEGRAMS.. BEUTBB'B SPECIALS. MARINE DISASTER. STEAMERS IN COLLISION. NINE MEN MISSING. LISBON, Friday. A serious shipping disaster took place last night off:the Portuguese coast. The Greek steamer Dimitrios collid ed with the French liner -Lutetia near Cape .Rocca. (20 miiles from, Lisbon), and, sank. Boats were immediately' launched from the Lutetia, and the. crew of the Dimitrios were all picked up, but a boat in which were five men belonging to the Lutetia, and four of the rescued sailors, failed to return to the French liner. It is feared that the hitle ves sel has been lost, with all its occu pants.
DEATH OF MR HANNAH. SUCCUMBS TO BURNS. BEAUFORT, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
DEATH OF MR HANNAH. SUCCUMBS TO BURNS. BEAUFORT, Sunday. Mr A. M. Hannah died at one o'clock this morning from injuries sust.ined in the +omeot Are, ARABAT TRADERo & MONTHLY MEETING. 'The monthly meeting of the Araat Traders' Association was held i st night at the Mcchan' Intitte, T. L_ Grana (rlesident) prceiding. There w as a fair attendance of mem bers present. CORers r ESPONDENCE. The result would be duly notifiedu - ceived. cFrom J. C. Manifold, M.H.R.. sk ing if the Postal Department had trk matters put right.tte he give Mr Manifold the ifornation, Aod in formed him up to the time of writing that no appointment had been nlade. Thile President remarked that- tilhe matter would have to stand over for the present. In the nleantirle, Mr Manifoldls' inquiries might hasten the department. eARARAT WATER SUPPLY. Mr A. Scholes suggested tnat a re solution be sent to the Ararat Bor ough Council, asking that body to urge the department to push forward the water scheme. e also hsu...
DISASTROUS BUSH FIRE. COVERING 50,000 AGRES. BUILDINGS AND HOMESTEADS DEMOLISHED. SAD FATALITY. BEAUFORT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
DISASTROUS BUSH FIRE. COVERING 50,000 ACRES. BUILDINGS AND HOMESTEADS DEMOLISHED. ':- SAD FATALITY. . BEAUFORT, Saturday. Further particulars are to hand in reference to the disastrous bush fire which swept the Stockyard Hill and i Skipton districts yesterday. The out- I break.- is-: considered .to -be the worst ever,. experienced. there. It. burnt through tat. Enoch's across the Skipton-. Stockyard. Hill road, and. going. -east-' wept;the;0ounitry past Mt. Emu.; On tle north end of the fire at Stockyard Hill about 100. acres of grass on Mr G. Exell's farm were consumed. The fire burnt all round 'Mr G. Dunnett's home stead, and.he lost'a shed .containing two binders and 'a'awaggon. At St. Enoch's-.estate 10-tons 6f hay " in a stack iwere' consumed. It is' roughly. estimated :that Mawallok Estate lost 500 acres or grass, St.' Enoch's :2000, Mr A. R. Slater, Skipton, 1200 ;-Mr-D. Stewart,-Monmot; 1000;-'Mr T. Hannah, Stockyard Hill,' 400; 'Mr' G. Dunnett, Stockyard -Hill, 200;''Mt. Em...
WICKLIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
WICLIlTnE, On Friday afternoon the parents and friends of the children of Wickliffe as sembled at the local echool in order to extend a welcome to Mr and Mrs Aldie. The Rev. A. M' Leod, in explaining the object of the meeting, said that Mr Aldie, during his term or otfeie. rior to his marriage, had worked wel , as evideaced by the eplendid results ob. tained by the school last year, and he hoped that now with a partner to aid lim, he would do even better. On be half of the residents of Wickliffe, he then presented fMr Aldie with a revolv. ing book stand as a token of their ap. preciation of services rendered. Mas ter Louis Ford, on behalf of the scho. lars, presented Mr Aldie with a silver epergne, suitably inecribed and wished Mr and 'rs Aldie every happiness during their stay in their midst. pr Aldie, in responding, thanked the re sidents and the children for their kind sees in making the presentations, and for Ine very cordial welcome extended to ?lrs Aldle and himself. ie had al...
ARARAT CHARITIES CARNIVAL. THE W.C.T. UNION TAKES HAND. NO PUBLICAN'S BOOTH THIS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
ARARAT . CHARITIE !4IVAL. THE W.C.T. UNIO6 SkA HAND. YEAR. In our last issue we stated that at a meeting of those iiterested in the hold ing of the annual carnival, in aid of the Ararat charities, held on Friday even ing, it was decided to hold the func tion on Wednesday, 18th March. The meeting was a more interesting one than has been usually the case, this being due to the presence of a number, of the members of the local branch of thbe Women's Christian Temperance Union and their supporters. The M3ayor..(Cr G. Burn), prior to his retirement from the position of Pre sident of the Carnival Committee, and in thanking all lor the past support, said that there were one or two things which he took exception to, and these were the idea of classing the Mecha nics' Institute.under the head of chari ty, and giving that institution a' goodly portion of the receipts; and the other was the running of a publican's booth. He presumed that he. would be again elected President, which honbr was ev...