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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
:lMTING" NEW8. i9The .':Argis" says :-While. epnts on the Araratfield-.are.being so k~enly watched `by. iiinvestors, uch reports. as that teceivcd' bn Friday'frdmlthe mine manager 'aof --th EUpper " iungi Logan Company (Mr- ?L .- Bryant) are en" couraging. On that claim a series-of bores is 'being?pa? down, practically across the centr of the lease, by the Government, the: company to bear half thetost.' The-report in question coh corned the- third :bore -of this series, .which ;.bottomedi:t .189 feet;, passing through' 4 feet of strong: wash resting on soft slate bedrock, and a good pros. pect of coarse gold, was obtained. Ac cording to Mr Bryant, one speck should be 2 grains, and, with the fine gold, the prospect should be quite-equal to 2 grains; and he added:- This bore Is on the main channel, of one of.the best surface bores I have?een put down; not for its value nalone, but for' the sample of gold, which, .I consider, au gurs well in favor.of the lead being rich." The previous ...
BUANGOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
BUANGORB. (Prom our own Co,',wt?ocmdnlt ) The winner of the Pickford tennis trophy is still undecided. Two more matches were played on Tuesday, Mrs W. Pickford, jr., won against Miss Guyot, 10 to 31; and Miss Alice Pick ford won against iMrs M?Connel, 40 to 20. The fern gully and waterfalls at Shirley are very popular at present. There have been picnics. almost daily since the new year, both from Ararat side and from Buangor. Although at present there is not much water over the falls, still the gully is well worth a visit from those within driving.dis tance. There is a good road to the camping ground, where there is -a cop per and plenty of good water. .8talls are provided for the horses,.
A BURNING TUNNEL. RUN INTO BY TRAIN. 41 PERSONS PERISH. MEXICAN BANDITS' ACT. JUAREZ (Mexico), Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
A BURNING TUNNEL. RUN INTO BY TRAIN.. 41 PERSONS PERISH.. :MEXICAN 'BANDITS' ACT. JUAREZ (Mexico), Sundady It is reported that a Mexican and North-western train ran into a burning tunnel and 41 pasIenCgers on board perished. The flames in the tunnel were started by the Mexigan bandit, Castillo. The tuntiel was largely stor ed with wood. It is believed that the train was burned to ashes. Six Ameri cans were on board, but their fate is unknown. A special train with cof fins has been despatched from the American side to investigate. Mr Bryan, American Secretary for State, has demanded the Mexican rebel forces to send troops to prevent Castil lo from interfering with the rescue train.
NEW LANGI LOGAN MINE. WASH CARRIES RICH GOLD. HALF A PENNYWEIGHT FROM HALF A DISH. SHARES RISE RAPIDLY. THE FUTURE OF THE GREAT DEEP LEAD ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
NEW LANCI 1LOGAN -AINE. .-.:WASH CARRIES- RICH- COLD. HALF - A- PENN'YWEIGHT FROM HALF A DISH. SHARES RISE RAPIDLY. THE FUTURE OF THE GREAT DEEP LEAD ASSURED. " It's a long lane that has no turn ing," and at length, after many years' of strenuous effort and the eipenditure of -something - approaching £200,000, there appears to be no room for doubt hut that the future of the great lead below the Hopkins plateau, and conse quently of the prosperity of Ararat as a great mining centre, are now assured. On Saturday the wash was tapped in the new intermediary drive, and from the first sample, only half a dishful, half a pennyweight of gold was ob tained. The wash is very strong, two heavy white waterworn quartz stones being displaced in driving in a top lath, and this work brought the small quantity of dirt obtained. The mana ger, Mr W. H. Toole, at once came in and the following report was tele graphed by him to the office in Mel bourne : Heavy wash on back laths. Got very small sample o...
HAYTIAN REVOLT. RIOT AND PILLAGE. CAPE HAYTIAN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
HAYTIAN REVOLT. RIOT AND PILLAGE.. CAPE HAYTIAN, Friday.'. -,The ·Haytian Republic is still in -a state .of .chaos .and..disorder. .Rioting and pillaging are. taking place in.Cape HIIaytian:.; General Theodore, the ,,rebel;:leader, has: met with -considerable opposition in his endeavor.to establish' a Govern ment. . T The:American gunboat Nashville: has landed bluejackets, at the request: of the various'foreign consuls., ,
GOVERNOR GENERAL. RIGHT HON. MUNRO-FERGUSON. OFFERED THE APPOINTMENT. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
GOVERNOR GENERAL. RIGHT HON. MUNRO-FERGUSON. OFFEBED THE APPOINTMENT. LONDON, Friday. It is officially announced that the Right Hou. Ronald Crauford Munro Ferguson, Liberal member for Leith Burghs, and Vice-Lieutenant for Fife, has been appointed Governor-General of Australia, in succesion to Lord Den man. His Majesty the King has approved of the: appointment of Mr Munro Ferguson. OFFER ACCEPTED: According to the i eith correbeondent of the 'Central News," ?'.Mr- Munro Ferguson has accepted- 'the appoint ment."` It 'is stated in' Edinburgh that 'he will bid? farewell to :his constituents neixt week . .. .,
SOUTH AFRICAN PAPERS. ONLY ONE ANTI-GOVERNMENT ORGAN. BAIN'S BODYGUARD FINED. CAPETOWN, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
SOUTH AFRICAN PAPERS. . ONLY ONE .ANTI-GOVERNMENT ORGAN. : BAIN'8 BODYGUARD, FINED. -CAPETOWN, Sunday Night. ,Practically the whole of' the South African newspapers have 'upheld the action of General smuts in deporting the strike leaders. The "Vreend," of Bloemfontein, roundly attacks the Go vernment, and blames them for their actions. The impression that Mr Kendall, a prominent Laborite, had been deported with the other leaders, turns out to be wrong. Mr Kendall has so far evaded capture. Members of the bodyguard of Mr J. T. Bain, the Labor leader, who was besieged in the Trades-Hall, were pro secuted to-day. Fourteen of them were fined £15 eacn, or one month's impri sonment, and the ousers -were dis charged. _
SWEDEN'S ALLEGED PERIL. INCREASED ARMAMENTS URGED. STOCKHOLM, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
':SWEDEN'S A.LLEGED 'PERIL.'I INCREASED ARMAMENTS URGED. .. STOCKHOLM, Friday. .'That, importance is attached to the warnings of Sir Sven Hedin and .the leading newspapers, that foreign coun tries,' more particularly Rissia, :;had eyes on Sweden, was evidenced to-day when 30,000 peasants, from all parts of the kingdom, marched in procession' to the castle of King Gustav, and pre sented a petition to His Majesty in fa vor of an immediate increase'of arma mients.' The visitors' declared that the peasants were in readiness to inake all necessary sacrifices. 'King Gustav, in'reply, said that.he was determined to insist on an early settlement of the defence question. He was ofo the opinion that the fleet should be increased. .
The Ararat Advertiser. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10,' 1914. There was a blank sheet at the Ara rat Police Court yesterday morning. The monthly meeting of the commit tee of the Ararat Hospital and Benevo lent Asylum will be held at the Town fall this evening, at eight o'clock. A special meeting of the Ararat Bor ough Council will be held at the Coun eil Chambers, Town Hall, to-morrow evening, at eight o'clock, to deal with the question of appointing a Town clerk and Engineer, and also the ap pointment of an assistant Town Clerk. A patient at the Ararat Hospital for the Insane named John Anderson, aged sixty-four years, died in that in- stitution on Saturday. An inquest was held at the institution yesterday by Dr. Hayman, J.P., when a verdict was given that death was due to peri- tonitis. Accounts await payment at the Ara rat Sub-treasury for the following : J. M'Namara, Ararat Borough Council, E. Blackie, F. J. Bonnin, J. Crossley. and Son, G. Harriott, J. Hillman (h), A. o. Hutchinson, T. Impey, J. R. Mat thews, ...
OBITUARY. MR MATTHEW BAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
OBITUARY. MR MATTHEW BAKER. Death removed from our midst yes- terday morning a well known resident of Barkly street in the person of Mr Matthew Baker, who passed away at the age of seventy-four years. The de- ceased who was a native of Somerset- shire, England, was born in 1840. He left England in March, 1857, and land- ed in Adelaide in July of the same year. He took up land at Redcamp, Glen- burnie, but after staying there a few years he removed to Horsham, being one of the early settlers there. Then for a considerable number of years he carried on the calling of a farm- er in the Jung district, and having been successful in his undertaking, he retired and came to reside in Ararat about six years ago. He was then a widower, his wife having died some years previously. After being in Ara- rat for about a couple of years, he mar- ried Mrs Warren. Deceased did not take any prominent part in any of the local institutions, beyond being elected chairman of the first branch of the People'...
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. OBITUARY FRILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 10 February 1914
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. OBITUARY FRILLS. Readers of newspapers must often wonder when they read death notices in the advertisement columns how it is that such very important people have been allowed to live unioticed and un- honored in the community so long. Quite recently the advertisement clerk of a big metropolitan daily took in a long death notice, in which it was set out that the dear departed was the son of so and so, the grandson of so and so, and apparently he and his immediate ancestors were people of very con- siderable importance. So much was the sub-editor ot the journal in ques- tion impressed by the advertisement, that a reporter was told off the next day to hunt up the career of the de- ceased great man, and write a para- graph about it. Alas, for the founda- tions of human glory. The captains whose names were so plentifully be- sprinkled in the obituary advertise- ment, turned out to have been cap- tains of shifts in mines, with the ex- ception of one of them, who had ...
NAVAL SUPREMACY. PROTECTING TRADE ROUTES. BUSINESS MEN'S SUPPORT. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
NAVAL SUPREMAOY. PROTECTLNG TRADE ROUTES.. BUSINESS MEN'S SUPPORT. LONDON, Monday. An influential meeting of bankers and merchants was held today ini the Guild' Hall, to discuss the defence ques tion. The Lord Mayor (Sir Thomas Bbwater) presided, -and among others present were the Duke of Somerset, Lord Southwark, Lord Aldenham, Ad miral Sir Edmund Freemantle, and the masters of most of the leading city companies. A resolution was passed assuring the Government of support in any mea sures they might consider it necessary to introduce to ensure British naval supremacy, and the adequate protection of trade routes. The Lord Mayor pointed -out that the meeting was entirely of a non-poli tieal nature. Mr T. Mackenzie,-High Commissioner for New Zealand, representing the Do minion, said that New Zealand was not yet competent to do all that was ne cessary for the safety in transit of its produce, but it was prepared to do its share. . 1i .
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
dI~£2 ING fTELL1G2ENgE, The Cathcart Gold Mines lia-e... de -lared their. twenty-thiid dividend of 1/ per share, payable 24th February. The amount to the credit of the. accounts is -about £3,000; and the dividend will re quire £2,600, so that the amount re nmaining will be between £400 and £500. Including this distribution, the total amount returned to snareholders to date is over £03,000, and it is not unlikely that some further return will be made before the payable wash is exhausted. Langi Logan stocks again accounted for a fair volume of business in the Melbourne share market on Tuesday; though the turnover was not so heavy as on the previous day. A report from the New Langi Logan mine was receiv ed, stating that wash was still on the back of laths, and a small sample indi cated' a value of 2 ozs per fathom. Share prices touched 35/3 in the morn ing, and then eased to 34/6, the day's turnover representing about 2000 shares. Rates for the simaller-priced stocks moved on similar l...
PLAN OF PROCEDURE. NO DEBATE ON ADDRESS-IN REPLY. MOTION OF CENSURE. FOR NOT APPEALING TO PEOPLE. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
PLAN OF PROCEDURE. NO DEBATE ON ADDRESS-IN. REPLY. MOTION OF CENSURE. FOR NOT APPEALING TO PEOPLE. LONDON, Tuesday. With a view of emphasising the gravity of the Ulster crisis it is the intention of the Opposition to' aban don the customary., general discussion on the Address-in-Reply. Mr Long will instead move an amendment chal lenging the Government for its refusal to submit grave constitutional changes for a decision of the electors at a gene ral electiqon. In Tory circles the question is being discussed whether the Lords should amend the Army Annual Bill in order to prevent the use of the army for the coercion of Ulster. The "Daily Chronicle" says. that Mr Asquith will speak after Mr Long, and that the Prime Minister will adopt a conciliatory attitude towards Ulster. Messrs Redmond, Dillon, and O'Con nor hold that the concessions ought to be announced late in the session, and the Opposition should pay the price' by undertakiig to facilitate the settlement of. the Irish question....
NEW LANGI LOGAN MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
NEW LANGI LOGAN MINE. Progress with the wash workings of the New Langi Logan mine must neces sarily be gradual, and that fact is be ing appreciated by those interested in the claim. Latest news from the mine was contained il a telegralh received at Melbourne from the mine manager on Tuesday, reading as follows : - "Heavy was, still on back laths; got small sample with difficulty; should es timate value at 2 ozs per fathom ; wa ter about same; satisfactory." The rate at which the wash is coming down into the drive is slow, on account of the way the lead has been entered, and each small advance of the laths into the wash means the removal of a good deal of bedrock, so that there is not likely to be much more than a foot of wash in the face before next week. Recent results, however, both in regard to the condition of the wash and its value, have removed a weight from the minds of those controlling the com pany's operations, and attention has oeen given to the question of opening up the...
HOME RULE. SIR H. PLUNKETT'S VIEW. CIVIL WAR OR OUTRAGE. TRIAL TERM SUGGESTED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
. HOMnE RULE.` SIR H. PLUNKETT'S VIEW. CIVIL WAR OR OUTRAGE. TRIAL TERM ..SUGGESTED. LONDON, Tuesday. Sir Horace Plunkett, after confiden tial interviews with the Ulster leaders, states that: it is criminal to say that the Ulstermen are bluffing. He added.: -"It is my firm belief that if the ilome Rule Bill is passed without sub Stantial modlifcation, there will be civil wir or sectarian outrages,- which wIill probably lead to retaliation." Sir Horace Plunkett proposed that Protestant Ulster should accept the Bill conditionally that a plebiscite shall de cide at the end of a fixed period whe ther Ulster shall continue to be subject to the Irish Parliament.