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MELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
SMELBOURNE SHARE MARKET. SThe following are ;the closing rates at the Exchange yesterday : CahcartE--Buyers, 3/1; sellers, 3/4; sales, 3/2. Do. (paid)--Buyers, 3/; sellers, 3/6. Catheart Central-Buyers, 32/; '"el. lers, 34/. Cathcart Victory Buyer, 1/9; sel lere, 2/. Great Langi. L ogan--Buyers, 3/6,; sellers, 4/. - Langi Logan North- Buyrers, 5/9 ; sellers, 6/2. . " Langi Logan South-Sellers, 17/6. Langi Logan: Central-Sellers, 4/1; New Langi Logan-rBuyers, 34/; sellers, 34/10. Upper: Langi Logan-Buyers, 1/2; sellers, 1/6.. :. B:.i:. STBAN2GWABD, - Sharebroker, Memiber" btock Exchange, S of Melbourne,' 331 Collins Street, Melbourne. :. (Tel. 8226.) Private telephone, Winds r, No. 2879. GEORGE GOSSIP, Agent..
CABLEGRAMS. REUTER'S SPECIALS. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. OPENING CEREMONY. THE KING'S SPEECH. HOME RULE CRISIS REFERRED TO. GOVERNMENT ATTACKED BY UNIONISTS. PROSPECT OF CIVIL WAR. LONDON, Tuesday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
CABLEGRAMS. BEUTEB'S SPECIALS. IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. d OPENING CEREMONY. THE KING'S SPEECH. HOME RULE CRISIS REFERRED TO. GOVERNMENT ATTACKED BY UNIONISTS. PROBPECT OF CIVIL WAR. LONDON, Tuesday Night. Parliament was opened in State to day by the King, wno was accompanied c by Queen Mary. Immense crowds as 8 sembled to view the Royal procession. 6 The King, in the speech from the throne, referred to the efforts being made to settle the vexed. question of Home Rule by agreement, and which had so far been unsuccessful. The s hope was expressed that every effort r would be continued, and there must be no delay. The co-operation of all Sparties and all creeds was necessary to secure t.,e peace. The speech stated d that measures would be introduced to deal with industrial, agricultural, and housing problems,. and for the develop sitent of national education. The re lations with foreign powers were stat ed to be satisfactory, and the King f referred to his approaching visit to France. Inst...
CONRAD POWER. "I HAVE RE-PAID." [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
* CONRAD POWER. . "I HAVE R1E-PAID." The Conrad Power Dramatic Com pany-paid a return visit to Ararat last evening, and was welcomed: by., 4t numerous and appreciative audience. i The' piece presented was a powerful! drama entitled "I have Re-paid," and the striking situations which abound! in it were, forcibly given by the tal ented company or artists which accom pany Mr Power. .-As "Moses in the Bullrushes;" Mr Power gained Further distinction as a most capable actor, . and he was ably supported by Miss Ada Lawrence as Mary Harrington, Mr Walter Dalgeish as an unscrupulous adventurer, Miss Florric Horan, Mr Gerald Poole and other members of the company.
BEAUFORT DISTRICT BUSH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
BEAUFORT DISTRIOT BUSH FIRE. e Further particulars concerning the G disastrous bush fire in the Beaufort dis trict are to hand. Mount Emu was practically swept by the fire, and Mr W. t1. Wilson's loss is great. There were e about 17,000 sheep on the station, and it is said that 8,000 of these have per ished. Many maimed sheep had to be destroyed. In places there are piles of charred sheep under trees, round which they had gathered, as if seeking safety . there. The sight is described by those who went over the fire-swept area on Monday as being heartrending. The I 12,200 acres of Mount Emu were well grassed, but the bulk of the estate was denuded, while miles of fencing were swept away. Mr Sando. one of the men engaged on the Trawalla Estate, saved all but- about' 300 sheep :on the south-western part' of .the. property: He alsoimanaaged'- to "drive;.to a place of safety 300 stud ewes belonging to Mr Wilson. The Mount Emu homestead was :a granited structure, but the flames gutted the...
ARARAT HOSPITAL AND BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. MONTHLY MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
'A.AR.AT IHOSPITAL AND BENEVO LENT A-.YLUL MONTHLY MEETING OP COM MITTEE. .The monthly meeting of the com mittee of the Ararat Hospital and Benevolent Asylum was held at the Town HaIl on Tuesday evening last. There were present-Mr W. A. Claring. bold (President), and Messrs J. Start, B A. Scholes, E. J. Simpson, E. J. Alex ander, F. R. Faneco, W. H. Toole, G. Swanson, J. ,i. Mellis, G. F. Bryant, Dr. Bonnin, and Rev. J. J. Spalding. STATISTICAL REPORT. The report of the resident surgeon stated that during the month of Janu ary 3 deatehs occurred in the institu- d tion. At the end of the month there b' were 48 patients in the hospital and 8 si in the asylum, or a grand total of 56 T Received. l CORRESPONDENCE. m From the resident surgeon, recom- H mending that the gardener be compen- h; sated for extra work done on Sundays h, in connection with the typhoid fever w eases. . The President said the matter was one that required their consideration, se as the gardener had had to work a go...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
THE SALE SUPREME. OUST & SCHOLES, ---THE MAMMIOTH STORES - Commence Their CREAT HALF-YEALYk -SUN Oil ALE; On Thursday Next, Feb. 5. - - - -W are planning to break all previous records with this sale a?id 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. S .GUST & SOHOLES, TI-IE BARGAINT GIVERS, 'Phone 18.-Barkly Street, Ararat. SPRING and SUMMER Welcome to our New Season's Display. The New Season's Styles are here. They comprise the Finest' and most Extensive Array of Fashions. Latest Productions we Thave, eier shd?on in .tillinery, CostumiesBl oul&sies c. That the Display will prove of great interest to you we feel fully confident, and trust to be favored with the honor of your. early visit .of inspection. --All Other Departrnt'ts fully A sorted wbith the L?eiat. This is the Place that is always First with the Latest DA7Ii ý. IORFl; The Fashion Barkly Stree...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
Establishoe Over 'al a First lssue-1st Auig., 1857. Jubilee-1st Aig., 19G7. jlrýnlatint g in' the Agre ? rltural l :enthomqlnson;, E No. 6007;:,T..... Begisterod at the G. BUSINESS DIRECTORIw DVEItTISER 1EENERA,, PRIN [IN( OFFICE, Lig'ar-at!eet;Arat at. Mr TH.EO.G. GRANO, Bairister at.Law, Has Kemoved his0ffice to directly OPP'iOSr'I FIHF gANK OE Ni?~WTY; I')UH 'W.VLES SCompssitisie i f ib_ -li ' prene our ,' w st±aII ..Au?til; s ,?. ia t ki.u' . iesiiuttre &c., "Opp sitedthe On e RIoise oi i t,' z. Lr'n, tX' " . IVtY " 'V .: VTim TZr3 AID OOLIOITOR 'O1 "; rý,t'? ,$I 'OTF) I--BIJTLDTTNG ; tH ~ 1, STREET AHARAT ,an:e, a lend of Freehold and Lar [A CARD.] MnR .. 1. CL TAIRS," SOLICITOR, &c., Who has purchased the Practice of MR ADRIAN ANHURST, L.L.B., BABBISTER AND SOLICITOR, Barkly Street, Ararat, U NTIL lately conducting the prac tice of Mr F. H. Eeles, is con tinuiun to reside and Practice at Ara rat, and has removed to the office lately occupied bh Mr H. Dodd. Visi...
ARARAT WATER SUPPLY SCHEME DISCUSSED AT SPECIAL MEETING OF BOROUGH COUNCIL. PUBLIC MEETING TO BE CALLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
ABARAT WATEBR STPPL' S-RiI"ME DISCUSSED AT SPECIAL MEETING OF BOROUGHI :COUNCIL.' PUBLIC MEETING.TO.BE CALLED. At the special meeting of the Ara rat Borough. Counieil. held 'last night, wahen all 'the councillors were ini atten dance, with the exception of Cr Irwin, Cr Tibbles said that it should-be kept. prominently before the'- powers that be that the council was desirous of having a new ten inch main- from the. head. iwaterworks into Ararat in steadhof 'a ninq inch main.' It'.was computed that :. nine inch main would cost £40,615, arid a ten . inch .main £44,428..: He said that when Mr Few. ler.was ap pe?.. d by the council he advocated that rn eight..inch main would meet 'adt1he requirements, and since Mr Champion had 'taken up Mr Fowler's position he was under the impression that I nine inch main was what-was'wanted, but he (Cr Tibbles) informed him thit the council was most favorable to' a ten inch main. The' Mayor-Cr Irwin, who has taken a great interest in the proposed'schem...
The Ararat Advertiser. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
ESTre , .' 1857. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1914. The Cookery Center at Ararat will be open on Fridays for pupils of the Ararat Elementary School. -A correspondent sends us the follow ing :-"A well. known young lady in Ararat has drairn in Tattersall's Laun ceston Cup the sum of £125." - Yesterday. morning. Mr T. A. Wild, J.P., presided at .the -Ararat Police Court. The only business's was- the dealing with several defaultcases.; . The residence of the =late Mr. F. H: Eeles, on the Port Fairyrroad, has ieen purchased by Mr -H. G. UGarstairs, soli citor, who recently-?took over Mr : A; Akhurst's practice here. :. .The .Very Rev. Father O'Hare aind Mr T..G. Grano will represent the: Ar-i rat branch lat: the conference oft the Catholic Federation.. to be ?-held' in Amongst .the, Crown lands to be made available: for-selection .are the following ---Ararat-Lex ngtonparieh, 304 acres, 3rd class, near Great:?Ves. tern;.:Glenlogie parish,430 ,acres,.se cond class, near Amphitheatre,. - The team...
THE COMING STRUGGLE. IMPORTANCE OF ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
THE COMING STRUGGLE. tl IMPORTANCE OF ORGANISATION. tl There are many Liberals who fail to realise the importance of organis- w ation. Labor is always organised; there are more than four hundred thou- na sand adult unionists in the Common- tl wcalth, and the vast majority, practic ally the whole, of the unions are poli tiral bodies. Liberal organisation is difficult. The m reason is simple. Liberalism Stan ls for the freedom of the individual. b There is no particular class interest uhich binds Liberals together as trade unionists are united by a desire to raise their own wages. The support ers of the Liberal party are drawn from all classes, to preserve the highest t traditions of the British race. At the present moment this question P of organisation is of more than ordin ary importance. Tnere is little doubt a that the double dissolution is compara tivelv near. Labor's victory in New South Wales has inspired it wich the fighting spirit. A few months, even a few weeks back it fear...
The Evil that Men Do. Published by special arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. [All Rights Reserved.] CHAPTER XVI.—CONTINUED [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
ihe Evil that Men Do, BY M. P..SHIEL, Author of "The Eajah's Sappbr,1 i "Prince Zaleski," eto. , Published by special arangem with Ward, Lock and Co. ~ 4 rAll Rights Reserved.1 CHAPTER XVI.-CONTNUED I Hartwell, looking down at the fire with his back half-turned to Julia, fid not glance at her for a minute or 1 so after making his declaration that a ae was already married: he waited for 3 ter to speak: but she said nothing. 3 When at last the corners of his eyes lid take her in, he saw that her face was laid sidewards on the couch, I there where she sat on the footstool; I aer eyes were closed; and it was a mace as screwed in silent pain as that t )i a woman pierced with neuralgia, ir torture of the thumb-screw. This Hartwell could not stand, and with i severe flash of the eye and a seizure )f his.umbrella, as though he were matching it from -someone, he made fff, trembling, grumbling something, Sithout having once looked directfy .t her. She, for her part, must have be Somo quickly ...
ATHLETIC SPORTS FAILURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
,AILETIC SPORTS FAILURES. Rlecent attempts by American sports promoters to exploit Australian sport loving people cannot be said to have been great successes. The baseballers visit utterly failed in the object aimed at, viz., the introduction of the game as a rival to cricket. The promoter, n l'olish Jew, who, with the Germans. irisilnen and Indians, who made :p the bulk of the team, were hailed by Prinm Minister Cook as Anglo-Saxons. pluckily spent a lot of money on the visit, but nevertheless the thing spelt failutre. We have just now finished an International Sports Carnival, that has been an even worse failure. Two days on the Friendly Societies' Ground proved a financial frost, and this was followed by a couple of Saturdays ii, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, where it was thought the previous losses woult be returned. Results were, however. still poorer, and I am afraid the Amnla teur Athletie Association that spared neither titme, money nor personal effort to make the thing a su...
R. TUNBRIDGE AND SONS' ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
R. TUNBRIDGIE AND SONS' ENTER S :. PBISE. As fine a furnishing establishment as may be found anywhere in Australia must be the 'verdict passed by any ainbiassed person after a close Inspee. tion?of the new warehouse just open ed b6 Messrs R. Tunbridge and Sons, of 'Ballarat.'" The buildings, which are situated at-the corner of Sturt and Armstrong streets, have, a frontage to Sturt street of 75 feet, 'and 'to 'Armstrong street of 134 feet. "The block is three stories in height over the whole area, and has been' riemodelled throughout to meet the requirements of an extensive and up-to-date' furnishing establishment. The fittings and fitments include a handsome electric passenger lift, dee- tris hoist for' raising or lowering goods, while a very large swingilng carpet riick'for the display of some 56 carpets is interesting and most useful to show customers all these carpets in the space of a few minutes. There are 41) rollers, each 12 feet long, for display of lin" oleums.' The main en...
HOTEL VISITOR ASSAULTED. LICENSEE AND WIFE FINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
HOTEL VISITOR ASSAULTED. LICENSEE AND WIFE FINED. Bertram-Douglass, licensse of the Na. tional Hotel, Stawell, and his wife were charged at the Stawell Police Court on Monday, before Mr E. Harrison, P.m1, with, having unlawfully assaulted Ben. jamin C. Chadwick, an old resident, on :hie night of. 13th January. Mr T. G. Grano "appeared for the accused, and Superintendent. Canty prosecuted. Evidence was given' that Chadwick visited the National Hotel about half. past. 5 o'clock 'in' the evening, and left about 10 o.'cloCk, and ,nat he was fol. lowed .by Douglass and nis wife, knocked down, punched, and kicked. Dr. W. L. Aitken deposed that Chad" wick had ,abrasions on his forehrad, that his eyes were blackened, and that he had bruises on the face and nech. The, injuries necessitated Chadwick keeping his 'bed 'for a week. Chadwick admitted having had a number of drinks' 'diring the afternoon. The defence was that Chadwick . - sauiltel' Mrs Douglass, and used bad language; that Douglass...
PECULIAR PIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
PECULIAR PIETY.: An election story, that. is vouched for as true, has just comeoto me.- An Irish lady, who is lucky enough to be a pro. perty owner, telling of her difficulties on election day, says, "When I looked at the benate paper I passed the Labor men out of course. Them and their land tax, indeed. Then I looked at the others, Sahnlmon, Yes; Mauger, No, the bigoted Orangeman; Renwick Yes, but I didn't know what to do with M'Coll's un:se. I had to vote either for him or one of the Labor men, but I heard that ttlhou?g( I was not Orange he was very close to it. At last I put the cross op posite his name, but as I did so I crossed myself and said, "God forgive me if I am doing wrong."
OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. WORLD'S WHEAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
OUP ,MEOURNE jLETTER. WORLD'S WHEAT CROP. The official estimate of the world's ,heat crop is something under 4000 million bushels, and of this amount Australsia produces just one-fortieth, ind yet we, or some of us, are foolish4 enough to talk occasionally as if we acre one of the principal food supply ing countries of the world. That we could rank very:much higher in this great field of production goes without s'ing, since only an infinitesimal por tion of our food producing potentiali ties are being exploited. The same uineg, however, holds good as regards other countries. Canada, with barely a tenth of its arable land in cultivation., is producing even now four times as much wheat as we are, and so ranks rcspectably as a food caterer, since she supplies one tenth of the world's wheat supply. Even Canaua, however, has far behind such countries as India, aond Russia and the argentine, while unless Australia is careful South Africa will shortly be a formidable competi tor in this sp...
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. BOWLING. Ararat v. Stawell. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
SPORTING INTE LLIGENCE. BOWLING. Ararat v. Stawell. : : -Fon:ir'inks of; bowlers .from ,Ararat visited- Stawell yesterday, when the fourth contest in connection with the Grampians Association took place. The home players secured an.easy win. defeating the visitors by 114 to .83. The scores are: No. 1-Ararat-Bates,- Dr. ?-Mlat .??. . thews, Dr. Philpott, 'Claringbold 2. 1Stawell-Holmes, Young, White: ' 'side, Whitford .. '.. .. . 14 No. 2--Ararat--Short, Mobre, T. G. Grkno,, De Nully"~ ..; .:.'.. 19 Stawell-Trend, Anderson, Barnes, Rev. Matthews ........ .,.. 36 TNo. 3-Ararat-Wright, T. L. Gram no, _ E. ?' Gibbouy, Wightwick 19 8tawell--F. Claringbold, W. Mit: chell, Carter, ChadiPick .. .. .. 36 No. 4-Ararat-I- . M' Gibbony, Giblett, Shaw, J. S. Morris .. .. 19 Stawell - Henderson, henderson, Phillips, Mit:hll. . .. . .-- -- --. ...
BOROUGH COUNCIL AMALGAMATION SCHEME. SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL. APPOINTMENT OF TOWN CLERK AND ENGINEER. MR FRANK W. LOCH APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
BOROUGH COUNOIL AMALGAMA* TION SOHEMbE. SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL. APPOINTMENT OF TOWN CLERK AND ENGINEER. -MR FRANK VW. LOCH -APPOLNTED. A special meeting of the Ararat Bor ough Council was held at the Council Chambers, Town Hall, last night for the purpose of considering the question of the appointment of a combined offic er-Town Clerk and Engineer-at a salary of £350 per annum. It will be remembered that at the previous meeting of the council, when the subject was discussed, there were 44 applicanty for the position of assist ant clerk, and four for the big position, the applicants for the latter being A. Fulton, Huntly ; R. H. Broadnurst, Ru panyup ; A. M' Kenzie' Tycrs, Bright; and F. Weston Loch, Elsternwick, but since these applications were first dealt with Mr Tyers received an ap pointment ny the Bacchus Marsh Shire Council. Owing to some disagreement about the qualifications, as advertised, it was decided tnat further applications should be called, and these were returnab...
PRELATE'S WEAK RULE. DEPOSITION RESENTED. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
PRELATE'S WEAK RULE.. DEPOSITION. RESENTED. PARIS, Monday. As.the outcome of action by an apos: tolic -visitor several -Roman~ Catholic prelates-in France have sent a protest to the Pope. They object to .the lan guage usedtowards them -by: Father Sauba. The latter was sent to France as. an apostolic visitor without the knowledge of the Archbishop of-Paris. He depos ed the Superior-General of the Brothers of St. Vincent de Paul, on the grounds of the weakness of his rule. Members of the order .protested against the summary deposition of their superior, and painful scenes marked the ceremony at which Father Sauba. an nounced his decision. -One hundred of the -brothers have asked to be re leased from the society.. : ,
MINERS AND THE HOSPITAL. QUESTION OF THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Ararat Advertiser — 12 February 1914
INERAs AND THE HOSPITAL. QUESTION OF TRE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS. At the meeting of the committee of the Ararat Hospital and Benevolent Asylum held on Tuesday eOvening last, a letter was read from the secretary of jhe Ararat branch of the .ME.A: asking to be supplied wits the cost iper bed per week for members of the asso ciation who may meet wita neeilents or sickness. That would include cost for all attention-isurgical, medical, nurs ing, maintenance, etc. iMr Alexander thought they should send a copy of the by-laws on the mat. ter to the association. All the infor. mation could he got from them. Dr. Bonnin thought it was no good to keep on quarrelling about the mat. ter. The miners had just as much right to be admitted to the hospital as anly. body else. They could not refuse to admit them. The secretary read the by-law on the matter, which said that the charge was to be £4/4 or any less sum that the Visiting Committee decided upon. The Rev. bpalding said that the £4/4 was inserted...