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TERANG RACES. POUTER WINS THE CUP AND FINAL HANDICAP. STEEPLECHASE WON BY KYAPPA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
TERAN -RACES: : c. . POUTER WINS THE UcP .A?D' • INAL'I ANDIOC. ': STLEEPLEC-iASBE 3ON Bli 11 The Noew'Yc's Daijngeting of thbi J. ' erang Racin ?;lb satill; naiintasii Its higli position iii publi?aiivor,whiciIh J. was evildenced :? esterfdiy 'when theer was againi i 'large: atteildance. frori , all parts of 'the siirroniiditig' distri. The crowd wad ~ i tery,rlptrsentative R visitors bbifig:.; presentk: :from i Ml boor ne, Geolong,( Colie aid ? :Camper E down on the one side, narid Ilamilton. Po?t Fair, and: Warrnanmbool on the J. othlr -The special traIils's::i erd ill) : well filled,' liilon many patroiis iasI that popiultr means of :transit, the ? motor c?r.I This coitrse ranks amongst the imost coiivenient in. tli State. 1,, is easyof access;, iiand 'is?itors tra?v! ling by train are 'roiuiglit ithin "aB stone's thiro'w of the cour?se, which ; B much ,appreciated by the asiial ra?t 1( goer:. Y esteru?ay's takings?'nmunted to £575, which was considered vse ri satisfactir3 l.whe...
EXCITING BOLT. LADY THROWN OUT OF VEHICLE. Camperdown, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
EXCITING BOLT. i?L;DY lHIt:O1N OUT OF VEHICLE. Camuerdown. Dec. 31. 'Vith a:rladl fribnd and two thildren. 'Irv. 'IThonitonWas drivinle to her ]mliw on ,'errinilluahni after nightfall. 'The vehiele.crllided .'ith n large stone, lnd Mrs. l'Thrunton/ was thrown out. '1'1h6: heis"ie.tlsen bolted biutt was pur uied arid cnuiht l.v Mr. Thornton. Ik yond bein?t ailarmed. the' lady friend anld the echildren were none the worre for their exsitinir ride behind the bolt in, .hur.. Mrs. Thornton sustained * a cal, wound anl. eonnlssionl, necea sitatinti treatmeit by l)r. l)esdilly, of Cajnuerdhiwn.. -
VISITORS AT DAYLESFORD. 4000 IN A WEEK. Davlesford. Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
,VISITORS AT DAYLESFORD. S4000 IN A WIEK. S Da?liesford. Dec. 31. UUDwarcs of :4000, ?isitors hIave- ar rived here. by train. durinu ,the pnit week which .is : record. 'lThe various minieral . bri ii's., Jubilee :Lake iand Srildens have b.been largely patronised. Th'le Hnmiltni .City. Beanfort, Balla rat Oriihaunai b'.aid the local bands hiavb.eui:ule the town. lively by. tlheir almostcontinuous .playing'. The larri kihi' uitl:imidv.. blenient has been cln firel- abisenh:t..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
With CUTICURA OAP Assisted when necessary by 4uticura Ointment They ,keep.the skin aid scalpclean iand clear, sweet and healthy, .besides: soothing irritations ;Which. often' prev'et .sleep aind: if neglectedi become' chronic disfifuremients, Cdiiurn SnD and intnntm 'sra Bold throughout ti__worldd A llbera4 anmple. of each with 32-page -?ltkleton the aro and trotmeint of thes'aklnand calp', sent ý -tfreee. Addreas i. Towna & ' *O... -. ne.- a.. w , - . . . ,ALLAN AND CO.'S:PIANO WARE . HOUSE., The': Warrnamib ool warehouse of this. firni;:in '-Liebig-street ..lias been under theminsanagement of .Mr. J. A. Crowley for the past five years; and the business-aGirried 'on hi the town ud. distr?;ct :has been so satisfdctory Sthat special efforts :are being made to mnee the expendirig trade. The firm's licall'stablishmlenit is 'about to be re .novatediand.imnproved. Even at pre sint.it'fornis a particularly attractive feature of Liebig-street. The spacious premises are'filled with ...
HOMES FOR THE WORKERS. PROGRESSIVE SCHEME IN NEW ZEALAND. Wellington, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
i.HGMES FOR lE WORKERS. : *PROGRESSIVE SCHE E IN V 'elliniatan: ,eci3 M:,[r 'John Loi;ins. Secreiatv for:La liar: retireil tin a ouioeriiriinationi pen loon to-dlav. after 23 vears' service. I::n a?t interview. MLr Lomnas spoke of 'ille agpt t?rowtlh iii tohe ;woik. of otht Laber D)eartiiir to t -I lieas been.iair ti;eulirl iiiterest' l in thh , workers' linineý. chemre 'hich. has been utnder his snuierintendence. lr. Lomnis said t?ie. bsic urieiudle of that schene i~as tii :nmke bIetrte citizeis.. and that the Minister 'intended to extend the s heani to, the ru?ral districts. The rirososal.wa:s to -rive each 'man a home ' ih'the cotittre arid'f rom five to twenty Siare?s of landtut ccsielitiL to quality.'rhe ,I)enartment had alreadv imade a start asil thii'teiiin !oses Were to be arected forthwith. atWillowhridie' and Catnter lhi?. :Eich : maa n hl uld e given a fiie:-acre section of the very best land ii?iCuiterburv.' rid the cottages to' Ie eietedtitl'b thd .debartment would 'c6n...
BOXING. McGOORTY BEATS SMITH. KNOCKED OUT IN HALF A ROUND. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
BOXINC. RGOORTY BEA'TS SMITH. KNOCKED OUT: IN HALF: A S.ROUND. . (Renter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. |1. Sixteen thousand were preseint at :the Stadiuim, wheoi Eddio (lccoorty, 1.4,~ America, knocked 'out Dave Smith, 11.4, Sydney, in one minute 30 seconds, for ,the world's middle .i'eigbt Championship. Smith appeared nervous:: and- mado a very poor . de fere' lnWitlin five seconds of startiiig, MceGoorty landed a' solid left hook. on the jaw; Shiith falling against . the ropes eand' came. out clipss,.eio daz blows freely onthe face, seit Smith downttireetdines before finally outing him:: Time huge crowd appeared para lysed and romaiined in their seats ten minutes after the iend.
GOLF TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
GOLF TOURNAMEN'rT The play-off for the tio in the meon's open strokeo colnptition in connection with the Warrnambool Golf Club's annual. tournament between Mr. A. P. Offioer and AIr. D. Clark took placoon the local links on Wednesday morning, and resulted in a win for :Mr. Officer. The: respective scores were as follow:-A? P. Officer.-Out: 4., 5, 5, 7, 4, 5, 0, 3--41; home: .1, 5, 4, 5, 4,. 4, 5, 4, 4-39; total, 80. 1). Clark.-Out: 5, 5, 5, 5, 4, 3, 5. 5. 6--3; home: 5, 4, , 5, 5, 4, , 6, 4 -45; total, 88. '
PARIS SENSATION. MURDER OF HARRY FRAGSON. FATHER JEALOUS OF GIRL. (Reuter's Telegram). Paris, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
'PARIS SENSATION. ^MURDER, OP HARRY rftGsON. FAITHER TiElLOUS"' F GIRLT ' ; (Belter's Telegram). ' ' g. Jan.; 1. A \reat sensation has been created hlere'div the iiiirdir of the nmisic; hall "stjr" Harrv Fraeson. hv his father, who is 83,vears'of-anie.- . . .' Tliie; il ]ittlddoilbt that the father l??came :nmentallv 'unhifiii 'thirouglh dille.: Paulett' diveitinll his soli's af fection froim himself. On the night of the trasidy Hzarrv Fr7ieson. who had beein iliinin w ith 'ýdlleCA.':iulette, on reechin' tlhe flat hli shArl d with ' his father. found the door linlted, and he liad to wait"somie minutes.hefore.the lattbr nadmitted him. He then bitterly reudroached liis fatlier for keeping himi waitindi Fragson. senr.. declared that when Hairr itstled hin at'the door he nmmenitarilv "sawOred".and fired., Aniither versiohn of the circiim fitiices .leadhiiit un to the tragedy is t!hitHair-rv' lraisoh..in view of an ap pronchiiE'Envilish tour. had arranged for his"'fathe "to l' cired for ...
STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
STARI PICTrRES. A special entertainment was given by the Star Picture Co. last evening. The pictures screened included a photo. play, entitled "Tamoudra, the Gipsy," which depicted atn, interesting story photographed' amidst beautifli scenery. Several other dramatio films and comedies made up a very good programme. To-morrow evening the usual Saturday entertainment will he given. The ,principal pioture is a de tective story by. the Kilem Co. Full particulars wi be published to-mor row.
STEAM OUSTS SAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
STEAM OUSTS SAIL. Up to three years ago one of the neatest lines of clirpers in.Australian waters was the Craig fleet, which trad ed regularly between Auckland and Melbourne and very frequently extend ed to Geelonr and Warrnambool.Steam has in that short snace of time ousted the lot. This week thd last surviving units, the Jessie Craig and Marjorie Crair. have fallen from the dignity of full-commissioned shios to the minor role of coal hulks. Both have made the run between the two ports as ouirkly almost as the steamers which have sunolanted them. but the money economies a. team countj the long ru..eaunshe sentiment wn~ attacihes to he striking spectacle of the sailer in full canvas has no com mercial value.
TRAGIC NEW YORK FIRE. EIGHT PEOPLE PERISH. NINETEEN OTHERS INJURED. (Reuter's Telegram.) New York. Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
TRACIC NEW YORK FIRE° LIGHIIT-'POj TI. Ph RISH (Reuter?'. Telegram) . New Yeik' Jdn:'l.- 1 Another "seiisatioaial fire ocoilrred iti teenemeut-hlioiiuse in thli ?crowded East side district of New York `Cit early' this mborine:.. 'The coiflaeration started' on?the, around ifloor.-euttine off the escarn of the inioa*es hv'the'stairs.: The alrl edl /eurnaiits" of.the ,timo r- stories crowded on? th he fie fir escns whence omne in'their impatiencr and 'fright foolishlviumied to tho ,street below. Several Dersons loqt their lives.in .this ý,ay. and four were very badly injur ed. Otlher" neoule 'with nr're presencei of mind wnaited for the arrival of thei firemen, and theyv were tresued.Others :narLin escaued over thoeiroofs of ineigh borini houses. Altd?etlier 'fiveo: men and :three wronien ?ieriathSl. Ninieteen other .:ersons, inicluding the four pro: vieislv iienitidned.i ware seriously hurt.
CITIZENS' BAND [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
CITIZENS' BAND The Citizens' Band inaugurated the new year on Wednesday evening by parading the streets, playing en routeat the different stopping places, and finally arriving at 11.30 p.m. in front of Mr. J. B. Moore's, Liebig'street,where a special programme of music was played. A very large crowd gathered and showed their appreciation of the playing by continued applause until midnight, when the new year was welcomed by the playing of "Auld Lang Syne." At the conclusion of the programme, at the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Moore, the band members sat down to a splendid supper, which was much appreciated by those present. Mr. D. Worland, supported by Mr. E. R. Handley, proposed the toast of the host and hostess, both gentlemen con. gratulating the members of the bhand in having such staunch supporters as 1Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mr. Eldridge (sear... tary) and Mr Davis (bandmaster) also spoke of the kindness Mr. and Mirs. Moore in many ways had shown to the band. Mr. Moore, in a felicit...
"THIRD DEGREE" CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
"THIRD DEGREE" CONFERENCE. M?r. John Murray. Chief Secreta'y, 'ha had an interview with .Mr. Saina bur- Chief Counmissiorer of Police ye garding t!e alleved 'third .dero" method. of the onlice mourt. Mlr. lui ray anreel that it was absolutely ne cessarv that the uolic4 shr1tij be given every facility in erts-examininu sus. Pected orsons. Ifd ihstnlctedl the Chief Ceanlmisipner, however, torsee? that thle interroa:ions were not un necessartul proloanl. and that noth inor in 1th nature of the "third de lrc'" Inlhdtlmds of other couitries was allowel.