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LONDON BUILDERS. MASTERS TAKE ACTION. 150,000 MEN AFFECTED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
LO.NDON OUILD.ERS. MASTERS TAKE ACTION. 150,000 MEN AFFECTI'ID. LONDO N. 'h'letr.ay.. The master biihlers of Lonlon. o0a0. erothoty thy o oseluenco of infritlecronto ht dcidded to toroitnte forthwith the workino noreelent with corpenntort, join. .ri, brickloyersCO, msolls. plhtetrers, ood tho Laborers' Ctnion. Ot hundredo and fifty tihou.and men onre affetecd. 'The l))toro demnod the ctoration of eolatet ttri¢?. otlso the forlmation of a g-oarotee fond to which Imhlo t ilt~s Pbltlll tontrilrto inorelor to prridle iwzlmltieod for strikte anti look-ots,. ''he Pemployrra olto deonotm thot the lltollont .?hlt[ dpre. role etrikes before o. dnintte is reeferred to the Co(nilintion tt , rf . o nd that the unitno rhllol prnali.o members for non obheroonco of the rolwo.
VICTORIAN RAILWAYS INCREASE IN ROLLING STOCK. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
VICTORIAH RAILWAYS TNCI1EASE IN ROINLINa STOCK. MI, IIIOUIINIi, Thuradny. Owin t?no vigoroum pilicr in cora,,e lion with the const'ruetion of now mrlling stnck, the Ilailway D)nrtolnmnt in in a much better onniLion to cope with rnpidly eIuJlhng LrtffiG thalmn it hit' been at anoy o ber lKiiod, Uiumrcm? which lhave been made in the rolling snick inao let ,htly. lOll, aro in diato in the onllowing tale: Number in ezie encc at st July 1910. Number in oenkt nnee.at lt Jan 1914. Increase at lat Jan., 1014. .nooutve. .. .... 521 .707 1. 6 r .................. 1,310 1,42? 118 V?uls and sundry stook 50? 722 220 'Trucks ............ 11,515 16,6? 512?0 'The a? ?.n~ ltot.ractive rower of the losinol.itat hoae o beeJ advanced. frolll 8,76.1.600 Ib to 12,783,609 Ib. and t to tol carrying capaoity of the truck sltok frcee 12,741 tluna to 225.26 tons: or an i. cna', of 1f .,075,65 lb andl 79,015 tolal 10 speolivcly. .
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
YACHTING. The L;?Cul - min in cnt?.tinn w.ilth .hl lLn]ant? Ylcht Cub's race b-moorronw af. tnrnoon a aum flllow:--- riton, nar.; Val-. Iyrie, (haunoc 4 n mi.; Violna. 41 m?il.: (.ntlhi. 5 nrin. Ai'rma. 7 mlm.; lunnie Annie. Crmcawn,l 7t mLin.: Alnupiro, 8 rain.; Ilntnmma, 10 I in.; Coronna. Wl?it Wtinjm. 12 min.; Ilronzewing, 14 min.; Crnnot. 15 nmn.
AMUSEMENTS BALLARAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
'AMUSEMENTS I]ALLbAiAT HIXI1BIITION. - 'ilt attLLendanc atL tihe Ixhibitlon cot tinues Ito he considerabis,: hbut'it ht sur prising'to fied how ?lnn) tlhere uro in lallarnat who Ihvu ndot bean it. 'Tht show is Lto., as suml inmginf, 0 milau shal window dlaplay. It is swnaetlitig very different, and the mone frequletly ouse visiti the plac the titors aon notipsO sunuti'iutg iworth devoting attention to. oesterday a now o5hibtt arriysd, 0" wirt« awm telegrpih oiuit. sent by Sir erst wood, of thu Usntei lElstrio Utkntipoy. It is cimebd tdlat this ian lI.i ileei ons ao tar cors. The Cityh Irauss ?aild played last night, mud wili' Ipwforu aluin to night. ie Orlhun Asylum elliilen i suistieie l tho'Ixhihil iou hiby invitatlop froai thie rnitsttee, uiid iso hlar iiiiintii of thollouorol?eat Asyl~tm. fIt shonld ho renrimlacrsl that tLio .nhlibitiun will not be aoli mui h onger, anid it is .unlikely that such in opportunity of profiling by ill industital display sill oocur again to Imnt ptop...
ASSISTANT HEALTH OFFICER DR JONES APPOINTED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
SASSISTANT HEALTH OFF!CER DR JONES APPOIN'D?lD. MEIBIOUI.NE, Wodoreolay. Dr .H.If. toIw. M.U., M.P.U.. hew been apt?intcd oncond a~O.ieant medical otlticr to the tolutrtment of lubio lifntth; ?nd took oup ie duoilk tthiH arning. Dr Jog, tion o hoo n wide orimricnce. 1i bcgan his modionl earner av at medi a otftlir of Iho British Navy, a!ld subio qurcttnUy had much hntlth dtrpartmoot oex prkono in England. Rwoonltly he hnas servel in New SoutJ Wanto on that tt's Ilonnrd of Itioth. gaining Aut trtian nnipnncoo durring the smodl-pox epidemir ,.l a lon haonrg hoslpittl ox lmricnce.
"A ROMANCE OF ERIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
S "A iLOhfAINCii OF ERIN." IBy the fileing of "tirth.Fnith' and "f tlomtunmo of in,'" th .roaminooComul tall hoe.jinntlrned eta Wditett into thpe Jrot rank of pihoto-plny pr-niuoepne. Iv'toalone are thereo t?e draneW very cleyrrlyv 'on eivceid nd carriedl cnt" bhot the ntnncery isn all aese in keepiug with the 'lplot, tieo photography in Aperhb. ant the anot ing of tho tory let.;I "Irish Faith" nor r ised and dlightF 1ti audieieln ihlat teitetisoed iaat the Coliseuem hient week. uned forced from them uinetietn, oppleuse; btt it n rst nrainuly 'iidh the pIn m ton "A Iomlnnne onf Eriu.' :thronghout a lengthy drama, tile atontiton of tio penc ttlors is ri vred, while their emotiUnearo played upon by a nlasier mind. 'Phe un expecrtedl is coutlnuhally Iianpening, anm when it ie tho exptccl thiLt tranepi-ra it is to thrilling tlht 'oo holds hnis breathi. first with nnticilat.non and then ait the neali.mtion. T'he old expolidnt of intrd .ucing a dreamn is ntJlipeel bnt in e?non tirohy mnw ...
CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES LITTLE BOY'S DEATH. CAUSED BY BOOT-NAIL. HAMILTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES LTTTLE BOY'S DEATH. CAUSED BY BOOT-NATL. In MIL'OrN. Thurnolay. The death of a lny. aged reven r?re. named John Boston, occurredl at the Hamilton Hospital ye.terday afternoon. The child appears to. ltve become affect ed through a tact; ijn his boot penctrat ing the skin of the halt of the great toe ome three or four days ago. The wound brought on blood poisoning, which 11 veloped tetaou.. 1lo wes treated hby Dr Connor, but os no improvement was d?o erniblh the child was brought into the Hamilton Hospital from Coleratne by yesterday morning's train, and died in the institution a trw hours later. Be was a bright little ld. and chatted with the railway nollciale at the telation wrhile waiting for the ambulanee car to arrive. 1
A SOCIALIST'S DEATH. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
A SOCIALIST'S DEATH. SYDNEY, Thursday. Henry Edward Johnron. a Sousen street seed merchant, who was found shot, with a ix-chanmbered rerolver near him, at his residence. Ro~ohy street. Dnrlmmoyne. on.Tnuesda., died in the Ialmaioa" IHopital last night. .lohnon held *ocialiotle ideao. and was a candi date for the Drummoyne e-t at the hod elertions in opposition to the Lahor. Lib eral. and Natiounl P.".ogressie Loegue's reprorent.titee. Prevonsly Johnson had been in a mental hopital.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
MOR SHEAD'8 TAILORIN? STORE. YOURI- NEXT SUIT SIOULD BE - BUII' BY US. JUST OPENED A CHOICE LOT OF BRON' AND BLUE PENCIL STRIlPES. STYLISH SAC SUITS, CUT TO VA.SIHION'S LATEST, DUILT' WITH BEST WORKMAN. SHIP. FIT GUARANTEED. MORSHEAD'S . PERFECT-FITTINC SUITS, 65s, 75s, 85s, 95s, 9510s, CORRECT STYLES IN HATS, Os .6d, 12s 6d, s3s 6d, 14s 6d CI.EARING SALE OF BOYS' SUITS See our display. BOYS' SUITS, 14s 6d, 13s 6d, 12s 6d REDUCED FPOR STOCKTAKTNG, 6s tid each. NOiRSHEAD'S, 5 Bridge Street, THE PREPARATION Bes fttd to relieve nd atrolutwl carer Indigaation to Dr Sheldon'Dg" tivo Tabu lea Thev contain every known1 dige:.utnt wad digesnt every kind 'of food. Goo'd results are awayse ertain. 18 and 2/A. tWO DOSES OGIVE RELIEF "I am rahjirt to bowel Imnblle, whiJh calan 1Lin and ine nvrnirnc,," writes Mtr Alfrel Wana. 185 Anbnrn nond, Aubur, Vic., 'hut" two dlosu nf Chamherlain's Colin and Dinrrhrn Ilrn|y giv inmrn . dinta rnlef. I am pleanld t aknow there in ach a aaf andl certain rmndy...
WARATAH METAL WORK BALLARAT'S LATEST INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
WARATAN METAL WORK BA-ItR.t TS LATST INDUSTrTY. Consadesuble admiration is being at tracted by a colklction of art metal work displayed at the local Exhibitiuon, and it nha come as a great surpriro to many peo pIe, upon intitnting cnqnuiry, to learn that this high-clanw ork is the preduet of Ballaran's erwest industry. This is the WVaratab metal works, owned by Mr (k?ro."Bueheonan, and dituated in lrttle Bridge street; and, judging by present achievements, tlris industry has come te stay.. Ye]oeranl. afternoon a "Courier" rnpresenttmire traotedt the factory, aol, through the courtesy of. the worle mann ager tiMr-It Caldwell), wans initiated into tome of the mcrets. noanected with the rmanufacture of ornamental metal ceil ings, &e. Nor is the process uninterrt iug. First of all, the clever pencil of Nlr S. Waitrrs outlines a required design on paper.. and the design is sbnh.equently medelltl in clay. It isn then reproduced in Paris plaster, whirlch is responsible for moulding...
AN UNFORTUNATE RUSSIAN NO MONEY AND NO FRIENDS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
AN UNFORTUNATE RUSSIAN J O IfO Y AND KO_ RIRIENDS... * [BLTOUR.\E, Thurolay. At the City Court tb-day Hugeo Jabo li]cki. deroribed a a Rasian nmedicaml student, was charged with haring at tecmnted to commit ,uiride by jimanaig in to the Yarra on 4th January: The eni dane showed that the defendant wma reua l by a firemano byr the aid, of a hook. lie told the polke after the oc clrrence tlclat hlb had no money and no friends: that his coat etonped him from going down, and that a shot would hare hen quicker. 'IThe defenldant was dis chargdd, the secretary of the Prisonerm' Aid.SocietT undertakj?.- to look after him ntil" he found work.
MINISTERS CONFIDENT. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
3IINIST'ERS CONFIDENT. MEEIBOURNE,. Thmursday. For miomne time Ministers were anxoious ntbout the return of Mr Illutchinuon. Min ter for Agriculture and Water Supply, for Bornnt. TFhat aniety,. however. has now changed t. cofideallnec. 'hreo mem bers of the Chabinet. Sir Alexander Pea rcek. Mcr Ilagetihorn, and Mr Lawson, have bren up in the elecdorate assisting Mr IIttchioanon. They returned to their oleers to-day. and when interviewerd said that they wore more than satisfied with the prospects for Mr lHutchinson's re turn. All his meatings were largely at tended, and the greateit enthusinom won di-plcryeh. ]inqairies made showed that the support for MMr'e M'lae ws weaken ing. Several of his picronan friends slated that they were reluctantly rm pltled ro vote nginslt him, na they rCeog ised the dlnger of unseating a Minis ter. .It was reoogunised that since the last .leetion in bneitng thl constituency had altered mnutrially. inasmuch ice the o n c were rl-antedt the franchise and ...
SEBASTOPOL STREETS NOT A SHEEP RUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
SEGASTOPOL STREETS ,-t NOT A SILGEI' NU'N. At the Sebastopol Police Court ser;ter day before leoos C. loe. D. lnghem, G Keirl, J. E. Jooms, wad T. Dickintnnon, J.P., Mary Alice'Smaort wan charged with being the owner of certain sbheep, found gesoong iu Mrn-u setrert, Snhao'npol withont the cemiwent of the eouncil. Counst Ohborne prosecuted. WVo. Alfred Savery, angor, raid that on 2nd Doeohor he on-a a xok of sheep scattered all oaver Morgaon ttst. De fenduant wns sitting by the side of tln road with two dogs besidO-her. She-soid shoe brought the tsheep therer for a; drink, and was not graiing therm. :they:.acre to hbe ohorn,that day, and she brought them out to harve a drink. ,Witne?naknew of walter thre.quarters ofao milo nearer her place than that. He entimted the ohoep at about '200. Dofetant told hirn there ws?ore 150. Coust Oborne stated there 'as an ample soupply of 4aod water w:tbin- 500 yarda of defendant s place. Dalfndant: It is thck,. just like jelly. Defendant gave ortao...