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"THE MESSIAH." [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
' THE .[IESSIAH." St. John's Choir intend eiving "Tlei Messiah" in February in the Church, tilhe date willbhe ublished 'late"..Tho choir arnd friends are-bbin i 'sieially trained by the organist. Mr. H. V. L. Pascoe. andas a rcat, deal of .time "and hard?:ork is involved it is hoped that the Public will be liberal in their patronae. The tickets will be 11. The proceeds are to 1e devoted to the choir fotls. 31r. I'ascoe has secured the services of MIr. E. E. Hooke, of Mel boulrne. for the tenor piarts. He is a. leadine professional. and has had ivide exuerience in d~fferent parts of the State in takine the tenor rarts of this fine oratorio. Jrs. W. Tait will take the sonirann.sols. ~.lis Forrester and Miss Marfell th confralto :D)i. 'Powell and Jr. Clewreht the bass. E-
SCOUTS' RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
S(COU'S' RALLY. The members of the local troop of First Inmoerial Boa Scouts will ]eavo Warrnamboul on Monday. 12th inst., to take oart in'.the annual rally to bo held in Melleurne. where they will en ter into comietitions iwith boys from different ?arts of the Ciimmonwe.lth and New Zealand in ·'eneral scout work. includinr ambulance work and camp duties. 'such as pitching tents, cookini. et'.. and also niiht alarm work: and tther events. Many of the memlbers ill" als?comelte 'in indivi dual cveatts. ,ro enable all the:byas to take?,arsoin thle trid: funds?are uraently renlredt and.?as there is not sufiicient tinie to arrange for the us ual concert, all those interested in the movement may forward anv donations thl.e desire to make to Mr. F. Gray's Colosse.um. where a subscrintion list has been'omenedl . The Citizens'" pand will mive ni entertaiiument "on* Cannon Hill next Thurslday evenin? in aid of the fund:l
SUNDAY FREIGHT ON MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
SUNDAY FIt L1GHTON 'MILK :, When he w:als Minister for Agr?iul. ure. r. Grahamn promised a dep alion from the Milk rroducers'Asso iatioi. that he would place before th' lailwav Cosimmissioners their request lhat the freieht on tie carriage ot ,iilk on Sundavs should be the saui t the Ireialht cihar?ed on . ordinary ars. At iresenit tlhe freimlt oiSil vys is 5O sr cent hiieher thau the or iosry days. The reply of the Uom isicsiotte l11'0 now been',recived l: y h)r. Catoeroti. Director ofAiaricfulture iI rwhichl it'is stated that as in sevdral iszance.s trains are "run on -Sundays rimarilv for the carriate of ,ilfii I hie liaotno coDnolv with the req?uei '.' • .. f%?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
:EI1 b OM IIMUNB, 'Den~itl Thwor-treet, WarrnamboglfrAttfndI VilLY at ai1 burgery. jIfl`a 1 .tý. - IT:q W. J. S. DAvIDSON. Dentiast,, La LONSULIED DAILY-at:his bia.n . nar, Kepl&-street. Te epbone"71I.,i RAILWAY .i" : AND TRAMWAY MEN SHOULD USE' " LEME0 T. TONIC MR. CHARLES ROCK, of 42 Cl.?r:. Sr.4rel. East Brunswick. 33,yei6ii in 14h lli4.haurne Tramway and O.B Cnmpay, writes, on 2/4/12 :-- . CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "In December, 1911, I.was laid up with pleurisy;, so serious.. the doctor consulted..anothera.& For three days MY TEMPERAL TURE WAS '104 DEGREES:' MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED:. OF, but through taking :the do:tor's advice I live to-day.: He advised my wife' to -!et': CLEMENTS TONIC for me,.asi 'there was life in tbat.:medi cine.' When he' said; ,' life in Clements Tonic,' they were the., TRUEST WORDS: HE EVER UTTERED. I woild have been in my last restin place only for that grand medicine. " Had my wife paid £40 for the bottle see would have had good vale.; I have s...
RIFLE SHOOTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
iýRIFLE SHOOTINC NOT.ES.:L' (BY CENTRAL). , ?? SAs a rifle teim from:Ilortlake have arrangied to sHoot foirtlio Oouaziinmit' clhallongoshield at. the locallijutts?rnd Saturday,: the 10t1I iiistf, all "imeibers otifi , that a practice will bb lield &ii Satirday.,.tho3viFd" inist: Asthlie strongost rteam:is required;; noinibers are urged to do their. utmost ,to. t: tend., overal of .tlhb old;'anid ;youig, shots.i are prictisingi.gsolidly,?tlioe;o ;solts boie" ri most satisfactory.&lt;JLast Saturday the following scores' worere corded :L.' DeiGrandi 100 H::Hol brook 97; P. ,McLaren 97, ;W: GeCfiy H:. floso, F. Gaspar 95" eIr; JBrivy ant 91. -Fourteen nerc riflesare.now tob hnd. Members may.make appli.c tion:fdio them.: _.... . , 4Trophyi l shooting will commencd` i'm the 17th ;inst., which will give those wsith noewrifles one or two days' prac. tice beforehand .
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
111. F. B. MAWSOM Dentoati o1 hi and 1909 Moorabool,8treet,. Gee; tcg, Visits as follow=:- - 't`.L Birregurra, Monday, 12t ,;l anaig Colse, Tuesday, 13th; Campeown Wednsday, 14th; Cobenhd'nThui'siilY loth; Tarang, Friday,, lbth Mort lake, Saturday, 17th; Ga?rSvc, Mni: lay (till noon),1gth; Port:Faiiy,Tues ay, 20th; Koroit, Wednesdai';21st; I'aahurst, Thursday, 22nd;Hrimiltof Friday and Saturday, 23rd. a ,. 2 ;t Uarendish, 'Monday, 26th? Balmor?l; Tuesday, 27th; Harrow, W 4ednasda 269h; Edenhope, Thursday?29t Apaley, Friday (till 3' p.m.), 30t, Chotwynd, Saturday (till noon), 31s6, Thrrayoukyan, Saturday_ ('ftfrnoon) 3Ist; Coleraine, Monday, 2nd Februe anry: Merino, Tuesday, rd; Caskatlr ton, Wednesday, 4th; Digby, Thliurs dy 5th ; Branxholme, Friday,j6thli lacarthu;r, Saturday, 7th ; Hamilt6n, londay, rth; Dunkeld, = Tuesday 1Oth; 'Penshurst, W\Tedn'iday. n iltl lamilton, Thursday ,12th .Porrt lairy, Friday, 13th; G':eSir u~tSatuir day, 14th: lorang, Monda?; "''6tli: Ilortlale, Tues...
WINSLOW RACES. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL MEETING. MAJOR EIGHT WINS A DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
S1?1OR EIGUHT WINS?A DOUBLE. I c annual etin ofnths inalow ?acng Club was held Th?-?a and Passed off ullst successfully. The wea-n Srr ic is coaideration ofa h lirsei trtan i anut of the nd:-,was altliat ciild bo' desired, the suallitaining biithtlv: -firom an alinos cloiidleas' =lki:':V"ihilu aer liht coo bree the nl.the south servel to teln Sar. thht¢'i otegh Dlnd-aroSu'tei.?-l] duro-that wfavoralt0etlier Pleasant Un dlisrate?ie oau rbio - circunmstanc?so i was "itiisiiururis ? that the attendane of. the aublic Was a large one, and in eluded, resident from, all. parts of the Thue apiroacli to the Picturesque oUrsefror all ouoiuta.a is through retty 6cquntrv" asnd the drive, who= thCFprh botor'or]hmdri6e ihil veliicle, 'i a Pleasan~t one. whil the facilities w'lilllhi'eii fini??i Phm ovies for' pic nickine adds cqnsiderablv to its at tract leuess; Thle comimittee ver wisis I!fo?vers this asoiet of the minetiig, no It.,iiy,6 by providing hoit water anid otlicr[neressarv cnarenionene...
A FLYING SENSATION. AVIATOR FALLS 80 FEET. (Reuter's Telegram.) Adelaide, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
A FLYING SENSATION. - tz----- - AVIATOR EALLS 80 FEET. R: e(nter's,- Telegram.) A .Adelaide, Jan. 2. A. W. Jones, the Queensland avia n , fell 80. feet while flying' near f ltenham racecodrse this morning. a o petrol gave out, and,.the , engine n pped, causing*the machine to fall. 's on the legs, arms and;face.. I- he aeroplane, was badly damaged. y aes declares he will fly again on turday week.
MONSTER RIGID AIRSHIP BRITISH FIRM BUILDS. TO CARRY FIVE GUNS. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
gMOSTE-rIcIbl AIRSHIP BRITISI. FIRaM BUILDS. TO CARRY FIVE GUNS. (Iteuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 2:.,. 'bMysrs . Vick-eis Ifd: lýre ncoiitrbct ing-a large rigid-airship i t -*their works at Barrow. The vessel it to be 540 feet long, *itl a 'gas capiiity of , 50,000 cubic feet.. It will be.of "1,000 horse-power, and will be able to travel 55 miles an hour.- ' , ..??" "'The ,crew of the' hnew airship wilr number ;l5,aiid fuel stdrage for :aiS nours' journey is to be provided for. The vessel will be armed her arma ment .consisting.ofthreo guns- carried on a isuspendopdjilatformn and two otli ors on the summit of the hull. Messrs. Vickers will shortly deliver threB airships: of the -Parseval .type; enrryinga crow ;of X12; 'and two guns.
STRIKE-BREAKERS IN SOUTH AFRICA. LEGISLATION DEMANDED. Pretora, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
STRIKE-BREFA.KERSAIINE SOUTH AFRICA. ....LEGISLTION- DEMANDED. A i ý'cfei;resic Pretora , Jan >2; nereceof the Laboir Party yesteiday dondemnrd 'the action of the Government.. in paying £47,000. to strike !breakers at: the° Kleinfontein mine. " The conference. demanded legisla .tion makingthe.introduction.ofkstrlk. breakers into an area affected by an Industrial dispute, a criminal offence. ,.Tilie conference also demanded .le gislitio?oi providinig a fortnight's\holi-: day ?every, yeasrfqr, underground' and other mine workers.
DUBLIN STRIKE FUND. REACHES £80,000. London, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
; DRBL SnK FUND:-, *; &lt;: :RRAOpHSBS£80 ,oq;^,^,,, n:7'o;Losndoo Ian ,i -The fund' inaugurated for the pur pose /f, affording irelief .to-the; wives anad?families ofDufiblin'strikdrs noi. totals £80,000.. .., r -
More Appropriate. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
Mare Appropriate, Sgentlemiani p: ' l at a post. ot..ie a'qu?notit' e: *'i!wd. cvelopes, aeus'pap'eriwrs 4w, eu;!md: otheir postal. reliit.es. Eli.:? n_; them somewhat liulu to c;iriri'le asked qno'oo the. ctintor ci ri s' if he'cohuld suitply him aIti i Isr:lltl ia ntit :of stilnrl .. ,w fia're ol tlerlitted bf th :De. iatnieuit toi iupily sntiig,'" 'as the reply - .1 Thcn glie ,me a bIt, of' red tape,; ei'the sarcastic retort :lie got the strlig. ..:ihe: i.rrs ai inerstting stoiy o" Smisn who be ed id beo hents to pIisod . iilac i.of hisa , tl fe-: '.''.:. . :He: Ahn! :and :-yet .you always :dile lare that n?cn are ,nevjyi self sacrifi SShe: Well; this man's wlIe ha;tpe;ed to be .a whshhrwoman, and If she wento ,'oprison -hed lase.. o work. :.omen i e?pfeially in ilanper:o' -hleldlng thdir boys f[rom -every roughs .-i:d odrtretn hg thim too tenderly and '"f inir:li etIf n s s fflbpitulf' thr1l5g !heir or'e'::an?!t'ty: aifu. cob'hut .i- fus?-. iog nlnh, e on jtie 'ntlhc; t'ir;id.:m...
Equanimity. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
: :- - .Equanimity. *One day, whilst tl traffic was held iu-at a.certain blisy crossing in Loc doh, a'bus-driytr-.cldosed in a cabmar rather aw kjiardl . resnted .'The Ji; how'I ver; resented this and' directed'tili;ideob abuse and lire tjiilitJ*at'thi'-'bus-driver.; who, with a dgod'nattired simile -llstened to all. thehi'tlirni~dit aguntldLman sltting be side hlm an':sald:?i thThat's Wot I calls'avilng a-horiia mental haddress: presented' to you." -