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CORRESPONDENCE. THANKS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE:, (To rthe Edit&). Sir .-Will, ou alld;w 'ie to express m'. tlhaks 't all the.okind '?aid syom pathetic frihids, wo so promptly oaoe to imy assistance il the ,tinme ot any distress. .If 'I ~ohild only find words to eipress io: gratitude,which, unfortunatly, I "cannotl But, my kind friends..on bhohalffof toy children and 'lyseplf~ Iho~6i youtsill accept this siocero expression of my feelings. Yours, etc., M 3RS. GEO: SMITH,. S Henna-street. S i ?i, f'?' I 'Jan.. lt.
FOUND SHOT. A YOUNG ELECTRICIAN. Melbourne, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
FOUND SHOT. A YOUNG ELEUOIRCIAN. .- . Molburne, Jan. 12. This afternooof rredrick Ernest Al len, eleettrmfia >Z t ears of .hge,who, lived with his parents at. IBlac?burn road, Bklckburl, was found lying ": Canlterbiry-road, Surry Hills, watnts bullet in the head, anda small Ame rican reiolver by his side. He was re moved to the Melbourne Hospital :n a serious condition. lie is understood to have had trouble with his eye.
MONA WEST. SUPPOSED TO BE TRACED. RESEMBLANCE REMARKABLE. Sydney, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
MOUNA WEST SSiUPPOSED TO lIE TIIACED. RIIE MBIL?NOE REUMARKABLE: Sydney, Jan. 12. Port Maeuario police areo' doubtful w'hether a younlllg wcmlnan whonarrived te?Mre: by i the steamer Yuleilbar last week was not Mona West, thie girl who has been missing from the residence of. rhar uncle, Dr. Acland O'Hara, at Dc?linghlurst since November 5. .The young woman stayed at a local hotel, and told the license~ that she was awaiting a friend. -VWhen 'a constable informed her of the .lkeness to the imissing.girl, slit frankly said her name wis West, but not lMona,, though Sihe kn.,w tie. miss ing girl. : She said she was a nurse, and had come from the northe; sl, adinitted that. srhe resembled .Mona West. M '?hnt was on ir\ednesday, and on Thursday thoe vlung woman was met by a man who arrived from Taree in a motor 'car. Ho stayed at ifli hotel overnight., anlul next day the pair left for the north. .The driver of the motor car de clared that the girl was Mona West, while.a visitor from Sydne...
BURSTING OF GREAT DAM THE GERMAN DISASTER. BLUEJACKETS HASTEN TO RESCUE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
BURSTINGC OF..CREAT DAM THE GERMAN DISASTER. BiUEJACliETS HASTEN TO SIESUUE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jain. 12. A sensation has been created in ller uin by the disaster caused thrugs the bursting of the great dam at hsoslins, betTeen the Baltic Sea and Bukow La? .e T'Io village of Damkerort was over. s-helnied by the released waters, and 100 of the inhabitants are missing. A telescope view of Damkerort to day reveals that only the roofs of its buildings remain above water. Troops and bluejackets are being hurried, to the scene to rescue people in danger. 'Several other sillages??have been oat off from al cammunication by ifae flood waters. All the houses in the next fishingavillage are under. water, and nin the Danzig dist.rit:&many.build. ings have been washed:away.
LEADERS ARRESTED. RAILWAYMEN'S DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
LEADERS ARRESTED. RAILWAYiLMEN'S DEMANDS. . few trains at Bloemfontein are running, the drivers being under po lice protection. . Pretoria, Jan. 11. ,.oonarty, President of the Railway inen's Executive, Carson, secretary, a'nd Buckley, a member of the Execu .tive, have been lodged in prison, and aj quantity, of papers seized. The ar raet;aulsued a sionsatiop. The railWaysmen are now advancing other demands besid~~hoh riimstate ment of retrenched employes, namely the abolition of piecoivork,an 8 lours? day, and a standard wige. A inomeeting has been summoned foi 'Sunday to consider the proposals.'Tho Government lias not. yet prohibited hli iiieting;, but it is believed the Go verninent is considering the proclama cion of martial law.
SPORTING. CAMPERDOWN RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
SPORTING. CAMPERDOWN RACES; " HR:N.'' :OM1NATNlOS... .. ' The' lo?'hing ari the noniinations for tho abiove races, to be held on the 26t1h inst. : Trial "Stakes:. ~moe, Spoits 'GiIl, I'our :E?ltar, ` .Wambigal, Ornae, Kiig ir, Tweedsido, Olympie, Clan yard; ?lLs J?no, Malvaceous, Bulla rok, Dowling Forest; Le Fauoheur, at Kirk, Cuidgeo, Enmbrasene. : Hiirdl Re: ,R Lady AlvaRioochnt, Fla oruni; Kyluari, Calabash, Rose of ,'Hlkirk liaieraldadale, Milkbah, Re collect;' :Autumna,i -Brown Bird, Can vasser, Kuro.r . ?raelet: Touar lxeter Wri Wiri, ports Giirl, Fulerrum, kig Kirk, Spo' Warrior, iaze,. Dalesman,? Sal tare,. h atunma, Ma Goose, Kirk Bra, Boulogne, Tourneyo, Jack Cru :uip.: Mireneo Wthitewater, Kaze, i,( , _i dden, Uki; Rlosoview, -Bow more, Patriotic, Saltaro, Kirk Brae, Glada3n; Glenbolt Prizefightr, Win gra', Atora, Little Slami Napkarb, Ti'e oIajestitoNut2 Pouter; Bouloggo, Galyeston, Bobindie, Sylvanmore, Dia ardl, Deolpic : Steepleohaso: Minnoboro, Toastgr, a M0noo Cuac...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. SOLDIERS IN RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
ITEMS OF INTEREST. 8tUI),LIEl IN Itt1EM V,. Doubtlecs in t10 majority of 113-1W Sere a rt a iclc, use in emergent ties, but tile troub: ifiten is that no onr knows just where to find them. )toors ae durUlled, drawers opened and shut, snhe, es are ralsaerked, but -hty aro. ntot iouInd. Labe: a d:aoser, "Soidiers in Re serve," for waV:IL uJ a better nale, and let it-be unerl tod :i,I, ,iace is thela qo'arte rs for l.,..,nl them alone. f(;; snea s.n : l u' ftinger? Well, go ulr:clr, ;o ;he "dSoldiers in RIe crv,'"; tte.e )you wl find just the so;00 r you :red, or as mu:tly as you Detr.-as tlh!e u:s nl:y be. For a slight ci t, there is the cold pI-t( , for lr I-eevre one the rolled ban a1 11s .'-l.n O'le a severe pair.-de Inmlldl' a m lltnard plaster immendiate. Iy You iltee tuot look around Just ol)en the draiet for tlhe mustard plas ter and the soil old elurths to use with :t.
GHASTLY TRAGEDIES. GERMAN BUILDER KILLS FAMILY. EIGHT PERSONS PERISH. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
GHASTLY TRAGEDIES. -a--~-~ GERMAN JUILDER KILLS FAMILY. EIGHT PERSONS PERISH. (Reuter'. Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 10. A terrible tragedy involving the loss of oight lives has taken plaeo at Sol dau, atown in South-west. Prussia. A builder niamed Brat;, with his wife anil sister, committed suicide by gas ipoisoniig. T11 finding of their bodies was followed by the discovery of tli? oorpses of the five children of Bratz and the body of his dlog, all of them having their throats cut. Money troublo. are believed to have prompt ed Bratz and his wife to murder their childs-en antd take their own lives. Husband and wife dressed themselves in frill mourning before lying down to die.