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CABLEGRAMS (REUTER'S) A CANCER CURE WHAT RADIUM CAN DO. EMINENT SURGEON'S STATEMENT. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
GABLEGRAFIMS fDtIl TOOYl.'/ A CANCER CURE ? WI? T ALrDIU? l CA- 1D0. ITIINENT SUR~lioN'S STATlnlDRN'i· LONDO. WedulnY. Apt tnportont annoulOnenO iL r rnegard to the trettmeont of cancer wtu mtade to night byr Si Thom Bar .low. IBart.. I'hy oiaptt l otraoldina?y to iliae Mjeo?aty the Kin"g. and Presidelnt of the lRoy.l C(ollege of Slrgeonoa. Itn shtlaa thait cancer rio search at the iliddlesex Iloepital hoal en0 tablished the oueee' of radliuam trotaoet of the dradldiseoo e. Dr liarlow reports thallt 24 cea 0of rn or which were be?otod surgical aid wore admittel to the Ilospital froym Laniary to September in 1912. All died. Dur ing the namo period of 191:1 no fewer tLul 68 awes wreo tretedl with rdiudlm. r'ir t-srix di e, and the remaiol er were ItlS la,-d aed are now able to atte?d to thor dlily dtties. Dr IBarro? adds that if 150 milligran res aro buriral in it anoe.ro. tumor it simply wiheiom rsaway amtl direleere. A. few oella loft uncllllct may alfterwuda CotlelO rolirrcenoCe. T...
INDUSTRIAL MATTERS GEELONG SEWERAGE TROUBLE. FARMERS BOYCOTTED. OUTLOOK NOT PLEASANT. GEELONG, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
INDUSTRIAL MATTERS Ga *LONQc SN/W'tIIAGII TIOUJLU. PFA.RU1t1S IHOY O'1NP.lD. OUTIeOOK NO'T PIF?ISAN'IT. qiFILON,. Thursday. Ilrfuaal bit tihu ,uinieri "ad other urrnrnisla to haudla wheat declared t, bo "'black" by tho Ituret Workore' Union, u:haa o th y beycott of A number of t'ar erua' ?0io Ihare offollded theo.Labor a-' thoritiae by ceatpt.ieh¶ work'ql the Gee long aerwrage works. The prearet tlotbie o marks anothor stageo in theo history of eke diaspute btotreepl Mnsart Ston? m anti Bideli,, the entrae torn for the neworatI wtrko, and their Whon the etoployera cased work,'a pettletr of dittriet initrm sepplitl eame ad. proceeded wtith tlie ea s work. Thisa ieeoltaet tohe nuleit ead they nii auounaed their itiotetlit f .kin g rprl ools, ",iattero wero n?t mnenevter bytya4t incdegt irhiule ,aattdrl in tl' r o.?lrr q bit hmdtin ull at Curio qgmt" of the tatle mar Doo,"o eas a "'black:" ship talt molntli. 'ihte local stovelorre reeotfu to work Ib unii! too oubaro plpced upon her in ...
STATE POLITICS BORUNG ELECTION. MR MRAE'S CAMPAIGN. A POLICY OF OPPOSITION. WARRACKNABEAL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
STATE POLITICS OILUN'O EIrPION. " M1BLt M 'RLS C ULPAION. A POLICY 1O OPPOSITION. , WAItVACIKNCABI AL, Thaursday.. S r Pacqulear M'ltae. who is. opposing ir Htutohieno, Mbiinister of Agrieulture, adedrewed a ged mcctinb to-eight. In explaining why he .was in the field, he said they launt fight .ainst the p , t" coMdition of affairn in the State rlia meat, aml oppoec a member who support ned the" Gorvruoent in many things he (3r I'Tae) was against. fle failed bh see bow the Liberal. vote would be split; no Lbor candidate wao? in the field. lie was opposed to the Water Commiission Bill; a great injuotice was at present bcing done to farmers under the rating 'conditions. Difflerential rates w?did be much better then divisional. Hle was opposed to the Country Rends Boaed. lTo Beard should not have power over munictpalitiesr to make rends and fix chargs. Instod. it would be much better to build light branch railways in fiat parts of the State as feects to the main line. HIo wsn oppoed to...
MINING INTELLIGENCE MINING AT BEALIBA. FAVORABLE OUTLOOK. BEALIBA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
MINING INTELLIGENCE ]INING AT IISALIBA. FAVORABLE OUTLOOK. IIUAL[BA. Thursday. prepeeh at thlo Bealiba Alluvial r' mine contlinue to he highly ry in cronillrg tlh gutter coet, n, in driving on tnhe faloe bottom If. Willia. who was deputed to ult thle property, consriders the rton of, the nloot.ralnahl aallu I,rtoijn in the State:; and, taking non ler. ni the connuical way in tie iateri cal l ia hLaO llndnl and ith heo thinh. it is dtnily first t he allvinal mines. 'Mr Wil advolcas It thorugh aldul system 0g1 of the I) ?Tnrty. will u view btg t widtth and valon of the t., knen'n. Throughout the di .s •,n nrevdI of the rcmonimen o ,nn"rhe ....ing. ,nti Sic Wilson, of io Iy }r- engagged to provide antal totff nand is now on tihe oi erint r'o t of preentn workings. i'l?'?Ble Flat G... Co. hottomed in win oll It vctrday ot 83 frot on i?o(;ld on be seoon in 4 ,, .?,Ivnt wnsI. Tho shaft is hslf d oio cle Ucnlihba Alluinial i.i. urine. SSebnintolil rorrecpondent writ?- it iPhears to b a loo...
STOCK AND SHARE MARKETS. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
STlCK AND SAITIAR AKJtEICUI IBALLA IAT. A slight lation wao noticehble in the oil ?e?ctin yesterday. New Langi ian camerr back to 36/6, but buyling or .iat that. figure were not comnplcted, ih? oldhing out for T7/. Great I?ngi t a oit, inLt Cnotrol and North were otd at about lato rates. teaufort tctn wre olnls quiet. Duke Extended nr to 10/3. Central Plateau l?rtend "e prominent in the quartz section, ping fro 1 to 31. t A sympathetie Sw mde by North Central. aimi, which lhad early ode oat 51d. af which Iholdlers asked 2/. Llanberris . I went to 6/71 on the yield being te known. Several parcels of Golden fs rninrael ands lp to 2/2, but at c0lcn 2/I would hae hbeen accepted. ae wold noct h oncurrd at 10/. Other y ndord mines wrero quiet. Thi re dd ache end rlosing quotationd werue TNVEST.MO3?'TS. rat Woollen Mill, b 9/6, sales 0/7 ARl.AlAT D/S'TItC'P. :aithrrt, b 3'6, s n4/3 r llha?rt Victolry. b 2/I, 2/ I? langi lgan, b 4/9, 5/. engi Luw-an Central, b 4/4, s.4/6, sales angi Logn No...
AMERICAN BASEBALLERS PITTED AGAINST VICTORIANS. EASY WIN FOR THE VISITORS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
AMERICAN BASEBALLERS PI-'D AGAINST VICTORL?tNS. .?ASY W t WIPOR TinE visrlrits. T MELfOUltN'E, Thunday. The Amerieanu baeeballen again appear etd on the Melbourne Cricket Groiund to day before a crowd that was principally made up of nmembhers of.the MI.C.C. The fait mane. was played between the lhi cago -?? hite Sa& and a Victorian tacm. In the citceantanee the Vietoriane put up a goal game. but the visitors. taking thing easy. had it all their own wo l?e the folnowing corns indicate, - White eox, 8, 0, i, t, -16; Victoria. 1, I. 0, ,. 0 -3. Fron an America ipiint of riew the a?oond match. betwcen the White Se and the New York Giants, was in int-nnely nxcitin one. Dring thias acrnt all the fine points of fieldiin. runing, and ltrik ing w-re displayedv. iut the apeea?tore did not. know enghl of the game to I?lxme enthnainatic. At the c?mmea nrcment of the ninth innings White Snx hied csirual 3 runs to nono, liut Gicnte, amen withia mrsh andl broughit the fignre to a tie- 3 al...
VICTORIAN CRICKET INFLUENCE OF THE M.C.C. PRICTION WITH V.C.A. PEACEMAKERS AT WORK. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
VICTORIAN CRICKET IN'LUENCE Or TilE M.CC. SrIcTIoN WPiH V.CA. PEACE1AK iEIS AT WORK.r' 1WFILBOUR_' E. Thursday. lThe two Chritmaos inttr-State matches in Melbourne haveo raisd the hop?'s' of aricket-lovers in Melbourne.' and, strach'e as the statement may appeor, the nc- nlape of the' Victoria-is agattint *"w Sooth Wales hao doe more to' clerawar. misundorstandioj, then the brilliant sauccti of the Victoriian team against South Australia. The watchers it both matches were' satisfied that Victoria could potna good team in' the field-.and that one thing laching was a good cap Lain. Victoria is now at the end of-a long, bitter struggloio for supremacy between the Melboorne'Cricket Club and tie Vie tortan Cricket Association. The M.C.C. in a wralthy body, with a membership of 3500. and withl hundredi waiting 'for vacancies. It has one of the linrest grounds in'tha world, butt it diepenlds on the inter-State and interantional cricket matches and the big footbaill matches for its existenc...
BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
BENDIGO. y~rtrda's .nles were: o Bird's Reef. 10, 10d Carlileo; 12/; Cornish United, 3/, 3/3; Golden Age., 7/I; Golden I'Pyko, 33/, 3j9. 33G; ireat Extenued llu tlrin, 8/3: Nortlh Johnson's, 1/8; Redl, White, and Blue United. 2/I; South New doon; 17/7; Specimen LHill. 1 4. Stock and Share Broker, 19 MlnuIn Exchange. Member Ballarat Stock Eechnge. Orders Promptly Attended To.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
ARVELLOUS CURE, ought Home to Die but Restored to Health.. sation in a Brisbane Neighbour d-Cure Confirmed by Inde dent Witnesses-A Tribute to Dr. WilliamS Pink Pills. ronderful valueo of Dr Williams' k Pillso o thoso c'ho are wreak and run n i j shown in it remarkable way in the of It. Violet Sinclair, whoso me is lti Dtavid Sinclair, of '"Doeoni," ronide, ncear Brisbane. ter beinig in tirisbane Hospital for k and Ilndergoing I serious operation, little girl nwas taken bomo in a sup. dying rondition. • Nothing her nor dil simieal alo to bring her batk th and strcngth. Itowever, on' th coa il man whos? dlnghtor had hod Srrtloos recovery After using Dr Wil c' link Pills, tlhe little girl was start n a coursc. Mrs Sinclair tellso ho mniad ai strong, helthiy girl of the o invalidl She sanysO 'inlet. who is ion- 13, some timo back to go iinto a BrislIOe Ihospital for a .5u op, rion, nnd was there three the. Sie was afterwacrds n weak she was not cpecl.ed to lire. We her holme on pillows...
BALLARAT DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
BALT?ARA'r DISTRICT. onete Vatu Extended, b 2/L,. s 3, rri s No. 1, b 6/0, n 6/9, sales i6, Nowr .orn.by; b 2/. a? North entral Plateau, b I, 2, sales North Woah r 1awp, b 2/19, aasos 3/ Victoria United, a 5/1? I lRRLNGA AND SCARSDALB. iolden tefs, b 2lI 2/I, 2l, sales , 2/2, /?-I, Jbi,?, a 3/6 S dale I5d ,a(d, sal es6a Villi?nl so lncY, ea 23/ CItISWICK AND MARYDOROU(IIt B)ulo Elxotedld, b 10/3, s 10/0, na.i 10/3 Slylleos nun' 5cotemnnoa, b 1110, a 2/16 South Berry, b 1/4 DAYLESFORD. 'axb, b 104 ý,t' Counolidated; b 2/9. s 3/4 .x C?tral., b1 lI, s 31/60 Nx N?rth, .b , 116 tro .lo ttda b 38t . 3/1 'rcnllllul's ltoct. 1/0 lord Ilobert, s 2/ New SpeciUon Hill, Ib /10 Now Slldan Ilo', b d,'s lid, salesn IA1 iorth Lord Iltobor4, Y 1/I North NuoEglty Alas, h 11 4/ NuoggetlY Ajax, b 1/3, 5/ lienu Breech, a 1/9 William Tell, b 5d . 31SCELL.\INEIOUS. Wi hi C Oryotl, b .0/ Whilo CrTystal-(paid), b 4/ lount Iyoll Blooks, b 3, 2/7 W. T. IUMPHREYS. Dec?oture?. Bank. .Trstee. Gs, nas Mlion Share...
MINERS' ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
MINERS' ELECTIONS The hal-yTearly ballot for tho olection of six meomhers of rommitte and two de Irgatres to the State erecutlivo coouncil of the F.M.E.A. .1o represeont the IBallarat branch closed yesterday afternoon. Mlen bers wOre also called uspn to select the roendezvous for this year's excursion. The two plraces nominated were Melbourne and G(elong. The whole of the returns were not available lost night. The stew arcls' figrros from Victoria United,. New Normanby, Lanherris No. I and Central lalteau came to hInd, as well an theb mis cellaoeous returls. The outstanding re turns are-Victorin hbattery. 14. votes IBritnnna, 16; lout Chance, 11; Nort W?sth noop, 60; Pearce's nattery 7 Woals lav:p No. 1, O6; Crentral ]?laten IExtendedl. 16. Mesrs .. Iocking (preri denti and S. Batlhrst have a te.r leas for the contest for delegates: while lMessrs WV. Frreman, .J. Strtephenson; A. Craw ford. II. Sh.ldon. 1 J. .Smith, andil S. Stellard ere at tihe heed of the commit?etc list. 3tr W. K...
WOMAN OF 70 HAS A FACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG GIRL LONG-GUARDED FAMILY SECRET LEARNED THROUGH A PROVINCIAL LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
WOMAN OF 70 HAS A FACE LIKE TIHAT OF A YOUNO OIRL LONG-GUARDEl FAMILY SECR.]1 L NARNND TROUGI A PROVIN CIAL LADY. "From mother to daughtergeration ofter nooraion," writes a adynow i0 yemr old. "we have been notnd Utroug. out the little provincial town who?e we live for tho beaouty of our comploxions, prreereed oven to old age. 01 Into ao man0 of our friends rem to have been droervnl and tisappointed by harmful skin romndies that we hoave dic'dernl it in not ,ight for u0 to k?op to oujeelvCee any longer the formoula that has always boon conoidered as our family rsecrt. and to whicdh we owe our 'eternal youth.' Ther fore we tako thi opportunitY f cm. mutnicating it to our disoer rudoem. Sino ply taoke 2 oz rooowntOr. I dram tinctnre of bonoin and1 2 on loirnem of Oxnoin. and mOi thlem youorelf at home. Any nchmiotlrtannipilryiiii.o1 with what in tno?-?rY. Shake t) oion bleore udig and aopply itll a lean tU or cott?l ool or a sponge rogutarly night ano morni.n In ls thaln a wnek yo wil...
CRESWICK SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
CRESWICK SHIRE COUNCIL ------- '0-u .rst-Trl esIelt (C'r C. oFawcrt iesn, l letei'e Itl'. aNIS. Yates, An son, lor t 'r Iiekey. I'arkin, l' nd 'hlho "Prel ent wished ournc llers, offin errs, antif ares a 111py nulla prolsprous New Year, aI d Iis nwidas were recipro. coted. Auditor's RerL--'rhe andiitor, Mr WV. Ra/in. replrted:,,"I have tie honor to report having ýCo opleted an andit of the books and accounts? of your tor nicipality for tie year ending 30th1 Septomcr laser whillch includes an necenLt of all rates lado. eontenets entered into, noneys re. se, i ryca d eteys phand, and all ascts aInd liailities of te mIunicipality, to. gether with wire n tting accuent, and Iaver plensure in ertifyig to thie correct. n e.s of same. Thie books and neenfta es're pn sented to ma "in excellent order he onr officeretit who courtesy 1 hereCb lick nowledge. e'nn er ere AceutnL.-'Tle lallotwing were oassed for pneymol-t:rSa nis. .42/1/81 . /Ric kcaretnl. 3I3no: . Corcoran. 13; Owen onses. £16; '...
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
AEt.BOUl tN$. fr A. E. Millard. sharcbroktcr, mem ber of the stock Exchanoge. Melbornse. 90 tnecn streret, M1ollborne (telephone 1369,, yesterday reported the 'followio± salot and clbing ttotntlono:- flank I)Deposit Reeipts.-E.. S., and A.. debentrers. 3 per ct., b 1610/9, 17;16. Dlbentnres. - Victorian 4 per cent., 10?1. I .£100. .210010/; (oln 3 per cent.. 9010, bt .£2, a e81; do 3 per cent.. 19.12. Ih £w2, s ,Ol; do 31 per cent.. 1921. .£91. s £9:110!; do :I) ptr cent., 1l.941, .10. £7: do 3 per cent. "Insc. Stock. a £75: do 3 per cent. Iatc. Stock, b ,£0; .f. end Of. Bloard of Works. 4 per cent., 191. b 101; 4r cent.. 1925d, t .L£. a £99 5/, Fales £99J5/; do I per cent.. 193ll., to .9 151. s £99, altes £90; do 4 per cent.. 133,5 b .£0/101: do 4 per cetlt. 1903, IT 1.£03, s £03, sales £903; do 4 per: cont.. 1947, b. I £9llf0. s .099; do 4 per cent;. .1938, b .903 f 01. s .£0J/5/; do 31 per cent.. 1927. £ 89; do 3.pepr cent.. 19.'9r a :.1'/1.5/; do 31 per cent.. 1033 s .90; do 3) ...
MILITARY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
MILITARY NEWS The 70th Infantry rife match wifl bo Iold nt Cinnndinn Rtifl Rango tn-mornno commencing nt 12 o'lock noon. at thn0O1) ynrda ange. The' nnditlion nao 8 nhotn and ^ nightoon. All membnhn of the regi ment no aeligihle to shoot. Tho, lnt Signallers parado at the City TIil. Annrmotmng tnrmt. at I p.m. tomor. roa. Uniform. bItb only.