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INTER-STATE NEWS (REUTER'S) THE WEATHER STORMS AND HEAT. SHIPPING DISORGANISED. PORT PIRIE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
INTER-STATE NEWS [zUnAa.t1a THE WEATHER STORMS AND UII:T. SHIPrPINGoDISORGANISED. PORT PIRIBI Thurelay. Port?Pirioa "isited by a terrific storm yrdoterday. Although oo damnago hau been done to buildings, the shipping trde wasn completely divorunirel. The collier' 'Period, and Nardoo both ran aground to the river when leaving for Sydney; and the achoonor ,alntyro, whioh loft early in the morning for the \V t Coast, had her niee stripped to ribh bons. In Lhu ulf o soeveore wasthe hurrircane at one periaod that work Cened all along the water frontage. Soveral small era.t wTreh blown out to bra, but, 0n far os can be ancertainu. no liven have been lost. Tnlg wenm to the au?istanne of bot- eel lih., and managed to tow them off last night.
DROUIN IN DARKNESS. DROUIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
DROUIN IN DIRKNIESS. DIIOUIN, Thursday. At p..m.' ytnrdny a sere storm broke over this district. . Lightning. thunder. and rain lastred for same time. The wind eaused electric wires to cro0s, thrnwing tow in dnrknens. An hoor rltpsed before the light could he bretored. An entert-ainment was proccting in the local hall when the lights failed. T1h. performane wesnt on, candles hbeing used ts ligtxt the huilding.
MUSICIANS AND MATINEES DISPUTE SETTLED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
MUSICIANS ,ND MATINEES DISPUTE STrrGL D. SYDNEY, Thmdrynd. The dispute betwer the profesi?nal mnuicines and picture saow proprietore has bo?n ecitled. an agreement having hern signed for three pear which is binding throughout Australia. In the event of playing at a martinae the muni cians ae to be paid .101 per week in ad dition to the minimum of £3. The Victorian union was to have erne?e work on Saturday, hut since the agree. meat hus been signed they wdl .at do
AMERICAN ATHLETES SUCCESSES IN NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
AMERICAN ATHLETES SUCCISSES LN NEW ZEALAND. WELLINGTON. Thur-dav. The .Ameriaur athletes, acquitted them ,elvnt well at Patmeestuon. Craugher su ar?led in putting the shot 45ft lm, or 9in over the Australian retrd. Inthe mnule event Pwter. eer., was first; 11. Tltmlpotn. 175 yacrds, tcond; and U. Stewacrt, 75 yard.s, third. The feormec iron -seily in 4 rin. 52 -^5 rec. In the 150 yards Ihurdle TPemplelion wot hi.? hleat in 161-5 Fe. uHe wacu ioterfortd with in the final. which was won by Ked. dell in 16 e,?. Tempeleton wrtn the I;;gh jrurp witll 5 fre-t 9 recies his credit. koer twit Kirby overr a half mile by S yards. Terpletirl won the ithsg jump, dilt 9in.
ADVERTISE AUSTRALIA AND ATTRACT TOURISTS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
ADVERTISE AUSTRALIA AND ATTRACT TOURISTS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. Mr Alexander Hume Ford, editor of the "Mid-Pacific Magazine," has urged the Victorian Government to more compre- hensively advertise the tourists' resorts of this State. The Premier (Mr Watt), in referring to the matter to-day, said that Mr Ford had made a thorough study of the tourist business in the Pacific and Australia. He strongly recommended that the Victorian tourist business should be put upon a wider aud sounder foot- ing. He contended that his experience showed him that it was necessary to have a separate department for it in order that the subject could be sytematically and thoroughly dealt with. That busi- ness should not be controlled by the Rail- way Department. A separate branch had been made in Sydney, and similar action should be taken by this State. He (Mr Watt) intended to consult with Mr &nbsp; Percy Hunter, who was acknowledged to be the best expert on the subject, and who established the bus...
NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
NEWS AND NOTES 'The olunirnlan of the Board of Ex aullatt?t under the .o'ochtn Acd. lr A. ,I,. iwart. a1iietu lltncl yettci?Jsy that thle lfi lowing studeits at tIhe Creroiek Suehas of i-orratri hadl rt-ll? y ilnw..dthe rc qlait?t .xcouiotttt iin the filt year's work:-i. t'. Ct'saptell, an W. il. Trainor, equal for Trst; . ,laem . au d U. M'lDvin equal for thiltit; and ift. tiray fiftil. lnttmpeacncii aosal a eotlnailn Iavl ler, antd it ditfala t titn:a Lerehett caf va rious kindr find their ay itto tlhe haindst of ttilt ltollc. Yettcrnluy an Ilaebrit-e at the 'Towat Colrt cluttlto thle disitittioln tf beitg a I?,thoaor of ara of (Ixt'o?, iandtl fnrot hts facility of cprecosstin ill srcking 'anoLher tchac' hIe showy,,o t Itin Jl n at drink li lut wreced itis t pl eaots in life. Now lie occupiedi the mcnial isottiott ,It tneitig pigs, alld Ills titiiy Nllltlltt wasi iuch that it ws sturprisingd thte pigs slnb nitted to tho indi?ty 't i having any thing to do wiLl him. 'Ph, mnnu woo o...
COUNTRY CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 9 January 1914
COUNTRY CRICKET. The Beaufort and Waterloo cricket &nbsp; clubs met at the Beaufort Park yesterday. The game resulted in victory for &nbsp; &nbsp; the Beaufort team by 168 runs to 86. E. Lilley, 84 not out, was high scorer for Beaufort, and Robertson made 46 for Waterloo. __________ Thto unpira for Saturday are:-Ceno trPal v ,uth Citv,.at Ehtlstera o(Ia: 1. J. tannon aInd A. I. Motitt. North City r Go!dna Point, at City Ovtl: W. toy and Ii. A. Croon. Sebaatopol v Victoria. at Itbat.O101 OvIal: J. TI. 'Ievens t tat l I J, Ilradoraon. Soth l'ily A Grade -v (nrtra!. at Ens. tern Orval, at 2.15 p.to.-Culddy (il. Inar. rianon. tonnedy Lawry. Mtnnltn 1), ,l'Kelr zir unvle. \VWatson ('2). ýCet rt l v Sou.h tlly, Eatertt troal, ".15 p.m.-T .ilhtrlo, tile,, ,Jamv. Bore, Ihiler, Brnor. Willtamn, Woolley, Cmnplb dl. Snedlon, Dribble. Chiunetlr. NVoril Wardl City A gruln v Ooldltn 'Point, City (Ir., 2.30:.Altrrrnotlhia, Anotoooa,. A. D °on91, later, tinrbott, lnrrt lTo i...
ON THE WRONG SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
ON THE WRONG SIDE. David Ronch pleaded rot guilty to drir ing on the a rons cide of the roia in Moir strret on 29:h D)cembar without justi fiable cat. P'.C. Coast Craig ?rated that at 5.18 p.m. on 29th he tow defen dant drive a cob on the wrong side of the ratd at the errner of Meir and Le diard street0. There one nothing to justify him in taking that coure. le turned about 20 feet from the corner of the tootpaoth. Defendant srid hr turned with 23 f??t to spare between him and the footpath. Sergt NiehoLho: Don't you kcow yarn .hould hare gear on tohe other side of the lamppo.t?-lt is not in the middle of the road. A ronstable told me I should tot eno rund the post. . hat eonohable told you that?--I would not disenaa his name. I have m" own opinion about ar rnn stable telling yen oc.h a thing. I will e.'k their werbhipa to order you to tell The P.M.: Youen e a eontable told yoe --That is what I am told. The inr-ices, at defendant's requost. went to inspect the rornme. and to s-. cert...
A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
A WARNING." Leon ,roekoas ans charged with.on Ird Decemnber. riding a bierce in Dojc ton streut with hi- hands off the handle ban>, Sorgt Ni-helaon said the proctic, wa a mcost dnnperous one. There wan a be-law against it. and the police in tended to pot a top to it. -C'onst Duralel gae oridenre La to Pn-, ing the derendant ridire with hi at lands o? the handle-bars. When spok-n to. he mad if he had committrd an onfece. it was one whieh was committed by theu sands of.atbre. The P.M.: Apart frem the by-lan, there San. decision of Mr Jotre. A'Fleectt,. himself hbieelo rider, holding tibat -n. der certain eir--emstonc aneenn ridineg in that manner can bh ehargo with no glieontly drivine thrtcrh a pnblie plaeei . he snhicetb; the prblle to unnrcn?oeryf ricsh . The co- will hoe adjernel for four wereks, and if thee is no fnrthel e?-mnlaint i" can bh? withdrawn. You! meet pay 9i6 costs.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA V NEW SOUTH WALES. COLLAPSE OF HOME TEAM. MASSIE'S FINE BOWLING. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
SOUTH AUSITRALIA V -'EW SOUTH WALUS. COLLAPSE OF HOUE TEAM. MASSIEYS FINE BOWLLNG. AFLArID11 Friday. The return match betnwen the South Autraliann and New South Wale tnrani wae eommenccd on the Adelaide Oval to day in fine wrother. The South Auatra. lian trm included Clem Hill, who was eleetedl captain. and Whbitty. neither of whom playnd in thO fil't match. B1ill Hon the toes. and setlt eXw South Wales into the field. South Australia started badl-r, a. .ayno aid Crawford fell cheap ly. Steele ahaped better.Lnd made 42. At th liImehon adjournment thro wihcketi rere down for 62. Aftnr lunch the Suoth Australian ricets ftll quickl. Hill foiled to get goimg. and KirkrooAd was the mcot snucetsful butc.-man. Hoe ca"rin his hat for 0G. The laot wicket made the bft s.tandl of the imnings. Man-ie bowled splendidly. The botimen omud do little with him. and he accounted for six *ic kets for 53 -rumo. Tihe first New South WVi. wricket fell cheaplv. and the Soo-th Au.vtraliaj? were fortiunct in...
BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 10 January 1914
l.lAILA'r PIODUCT ',[ATIXET. I. Url'renfid rnd Cu. Nmport:-'Pto v Li Io pratically without any Io. ltrnr havo not oommoncowi tIg in tny quantity at all. Whent ni limitnd sales nt 2/6, but there is lile offerinsg as yet. Oats ar wIt smoderatoe slolierfir; beot h&lt;d ItS, thin doocriptionst 1/5 to Unirley ' the mnsultetoo bu not rolodss'o~oting; h nglhoh onsv ho I ions ;/ lto 3/4; Cpo 2/ to 2/2 for splos. 'i: Quottionae on0y it,1 ]Potatoes Vaoue rango .i o.e4/1o/ ncrordin to variety illion; oldOJotNbt are pra0ti ih noar-. Il kf lbt green chaff mngnr Ihoy, £2/5i; prima ''d 5. 6. Stror, 22/6; br; 11usd, £tjti/; for,. a£8:01 i