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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
AN I RSHi3 ./? N UsCe 3UTICIJRM OAr ANDIOIN1¶NT The itching, burning, suffering and loss of sleep caused by eczemas, rashes and irritations of the skin and'scalp are at once relieved and permanent skin health. restored' ih mosit cases by warni baths Nith CuticurarSoap follovedt.by, gentle. ..ppliatons of Cuticura Oint ,nt CutJ?l, ap opand Olfntment are sold thlrow~noutl t' imworld..-A ?l beral humplo.oftulehi.vitl -p gr bookielon tIp cre u? d tlrctllleat o1,1le tu alU , m".lp, u;:enl pot-lr leee Adlre-, 11. T"owue 0Cou. , y .dy a..: i.' v :, ,.6 4 H ? i HOOPING. COGH. f,i 'sMyjilittle boy had whooping cough -veryibadly."ý-says Mrs. A. Hende'ron :The 'People Store, 47 Elgen Road. 'Morningtoa, N.Z. "I tried several con m h.medioines without any of thom doing .him any good, then I triied C; hnmbarlaia's Cough Remedy and he got immediate relief. Since then I have always kept a bottle of this :wonderful: medicine by me and recoim mend it to everyone." Sold by all obemista and storekeeper...
CAT COMES BACK. TRAVELS 112 MILES. Moe, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
CAT COMES BAbK. TRAVELS 112 MiiLES. S . Moe,: Jan '12.. Slr..Dii Ve,: rtired' clerk cof. crurts?:recently. einmoved'to Mel lbojlrn"froin liedale,' a }ct .was taiaili iti w th thhouseholdpeossessions, bpit if' li'.found its tway back to its' i]t, is reportedl?thtt the, cat disapi peareld ithl day .ftei" its arrival in the.'city, 'and :was' iiotitea 'bildnd,. ts coiuntry aiiits three weeks later. Rosedale is 112-miles frodi.r: elbourne.
LIGHT ON BAD BUTTER. CREAM CONDITIONS QUERIED. WARRAGUL DISCUSSING FACTS. Warragul, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
LIGHT ON BAD BUTTER. CREAM CONDITIONS QUERIED. WARRAGUL DISCUSSING -. 'ACT1'S. Warragul, Jan. 10. Prominence given to the deteriora tion of Australian butter led to a dis cussion ,at ,tliohe Warragul. Shire Couh eilnmeeting lasti night.'It was, decided to take action'on lines suggested by the president. Gr. O. N. Smyth, tlio shire presi dent, considered that the council's dairy inspector should be instructed to interview managers of local jLut tii ;factories, 'ind ascertain frpm them whether slippliers wero bringnig in inferioir cream, and iinspectt their dairies. He was confident that carelessness and dirt in dairies was the cause of inferior butter. If one factory refused to tako bad cream, competition was so keein that it' was sent td anotlher. In order' to securo the suppliers' cus tom, cream was not only taken, but classed, and paid for as first-class. Councillor .A. Devine said that the industry seemed to be on trial. If the Warragul Council took steps,with a view to insisting...
TRAGEDY IN BEDROOM. FATHER AND SON SHOT. POLICE MYSTIFIED. Sydney, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
TRAGEDY IN BEDROOM. FATHER AND SON SHOT. POLICE MYSTIFIED. Sydney, Jan. 40. A't an early hour " this morning a tragedy occurred at "Stoke Edith,'. Fairfax road, Bellevue Hill. The vie time were .Walter Houston. Hardy,. 45, director of the: city. jewellery.Afirm 'of fardy. Bros., Ltd., and Alahn'Hardy, 21, only son of 'Walter Hardy:. Thu traedy is as yet unexplained. Mrs. Bessie. Hardy, wife of Walter Hardy, was awakened by the sound of revolver shots in ,her son's bedroom. She jumped oit'off bed and hastened to the room where sho found-her hus band lying on the floor in a pool of blood. Ho. had a wound in the right side-of hi lhead, and a five-chaiber ed revolver, contaiiing 'two discbarg ed shells, was near him. Alan Hardy, clad in his pyjamas, was lying unconscious on the bed. He was also bleeding from*' a wound in the head." Assistance was obtained, but the father was dead already, and the eon died syhen being removed to the hospital. The bedclothes were saturat&l with bl...
ROAD AS SKATING RINK. RESULT OF TAR PAINT AT SALE. SEVERAL VEHICULAR ACCIDENTS. Sale, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
ROAD AS SKATING RINK. -0- RESULT OFTAR PAINT AT. SALE. SEVERAL VEHICULAR AC OIDENTS; Sale, Jan. 10. Sale borough council bha found that the tar painting of the strooet is a great improvement, and economical, but the spreading of tar in the main street his week turned it-into some thing like a skating rink. The tarred surface was not sanded, with the view of leeping traffi off it until the tar soaked in, but many persons rode over it, with the result that there were. numerous falls. A bicycle, rid den by k lady, skidded, and the lad y fell upon the tarred road, with e result that her dress was destroyed.A milk cart was overturned in a similar manner. , Finally, this morning1 Or. Fenne gan was thrown from lis jinker, ow ing to the horse slipping. Cr. Fenne. gan was:very badly bruised, and he suffered from shock. No bones were broken. ,Later, on a liberal coating of sand was plaicd upon the road.
STONE SHAKES ENGINE. EXPRESS NEARLY DERAILED. Sydney, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
STONE SHAKES ENGINE. EXPRESi S NAERLY DIERAILED. Sydney, Jan. 12. Newcastle to Sydney express train nirro?'ly escaped .being derailed yes terday through striking a large stoec which someone placed on the line at the end of the' cutting, between Fs~ sifern and Awaha. The train'was travelling at a fast rate, and the impact buent the cow catcher of the engine and broke the spring. Passengers were stritled by, the loud noise, which was accompaniel by a cloud of dust. Pieces of the stone, which had been broken, were found under carriages.. If' the cowcatcher had not thrown the stone between the rails the result would have been serious.
PIGS IN THE AIR. TORNADO MILE WIDE. MAN BLOWN LIKE FEATHER. Sydney, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
PICS IN THE AIR. TORNADO MILE WIDE. MAN BLOWN LIKE FEATHER. A tornado struck the Tamworth district yesterday. levelling everything in its path: unrooting trees and un roofing houses. Crops have been de troyed. and uies were hblown through the air. A man sitting on a cart was carried awav like a feather and flung through a fence on to the roadway, escaping with bruisis. The storm' missed the main portion of the town. hut caused damage in the outskirts. The Paradise Gardens were destroyed. The track of the tornado was a mile in width at Duri. 14 niles from Tam worth. Many houses were wrecked and only the brick walls of the Church of Eneluid 'remain. Flving timber struck a man and broke his arm. Hail and rain added to the damage; which is estimated at thousands of pounds.
THE WEATHER. COOL CONDITIONS CONTINUE. Melbourne, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
THE WEATHER. COOL CONDITIONS CONTINUE. : Melbourne, Jan. 12. Unsettled weather prevailed in the metropolis to-day. Clouds obscired the sun for the greater part of the day, and showers that fell at intervals kept the.roads: in a saturated condition.Theo nighest temperature up to 1 p.m. was uo degrees.: Mfr. HuntrCommonwealth Meteoro iogist, st?ted that the weather in the southern parts of Victoria was con Zrolled'by a low pressure area located ovqr Tasmania, and in the northern districts by a monsoonal influence ope rating over the. interior of the con tinent. These factors would cause the conditions in .the State to. continue. unsettled for the fext 241hours,with north-west to south-west.ivinds,: and squalls in the Straits. ,
THE BUTTER TRADE. MR. H. W. OSBORNE'S REPORT. IV. MARKETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
:'THE BUTTER TRADE. i, MR. H. W. OSBORNE'S REPORT. MARKETING. Thle distribution and ..nmarketing of Austraalin butter demand thoughtful, careful and:'imoartial consideration. Carping criticism will not: be helpful to the ornanisations.. which -are -en aneed in thle endeavor to liring.'thle eodutcer and theconsumer into closer relationslip, and whicl are striving to eradicate the earblinh elernent ivliich at the oresent enters so largely into the business. Globe trotters and dth ers. who desire to figure under the limelight before the oublic. are rather -orone,to make a sunerficial investiga. tion.,listen to the tittle-tattle of oflce seekers and gossip-mongers. and then assert that everythling pertaining' to the distribution and handling of Aus fralian products is conducted on wrong principles. 1'erhas they are actuatcd b-"honest- motives:'bbt.thev overlook tie existing conditions in Great' Bri tai. and pay no attention to the great difliculty which confronts those wvho are working ...
QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
QUALITY. - The 'inferior quality of a large pro portion of the butter exported from Australia to (reat Britain is bringing discredit upon the Corinmonwealth., atond it is iniperative that the pr?lucers, and all wdo are associated with the dairying industry in tihis part of theI would, should realise the gravity of the position. Tile consumption of mai'rgarinoe has increased to an enorm ouis extent; blending factories have boen establishcd to supply what is ircoorised as a public requirement, frid the marketing and distribution of our produce cailot be performed satisfactorilv. . Australian butter as a. whole has d6toiortited in recent seasons, and a largo proportion of tlhe quantity ex ported to the United Kingdom is un stiliablo for the counter trade. Our own people, I aveo no hesitation in declaring, would not place it upon their tables, for they are always sup -plied with our beot makes. Yet we xlipet the British public to purchase iand consumeo the butter. The coin menta niado t...
A GREAT FIRE. DEVASTATION AT PRAHRAN. TREADWAY'S COLOSSEUM DESTROYED. NEW TOWN HALL BURNT DOWN. £100,000 WORTH OF DAMAGE. Melbourne, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
SA iGREIAT FIRE,. DEVASTATION AT PRAHRAN. TREADWAY'S COLOSSEUM DESTROYED. NEW TOWN HALL BURNT DOWN. £4100.000 WORTH OF DAMAGE. , Melbourno, Jan. 11. Pralran residents, when' sitting down to their Sunday' dinner, were startled by.the clang of the firebells, and running out, saw Ia great tower of flamoe shooting up from the centre of-Ohapel-s rect. It was. quickly seen 'that Tread way's. gieat drapery, and - clothing store, known as the Colosseum. was on fire. and despite the uTmost efforts of thliesteamors and other fire ensines nhich quickly gathered? from all surti of "the metropolitan ~ distriot, 7this enormous building," with its valuable contents, was completely destroyed. The fire seems to havb originated in the back premises, and the alarm was first given from the firoe station ad joining. .'T e fire spread to tile Town Hall, which adjoins,, and ' completely de stroed thoe largoenew hall recently oreotel The wind, which was. blow ing gently from the west,: carried the burning ...
MOOREFIELD RACES. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
MOOREFIELD RACES. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 10. 'uI above race vwere held this af ternoon and" resulted as follow:- Flying Handicap: Miocene 1,Happy Lady 2, Brunnildda 3; 5 to 1 agst winnor. Stewards' Mile: Miss Moo~tan 1, Owoeneo 2, Beck's Lager 3; 8 to 1 agyt .rnnor. Jiiveiilo Handicap: Viurnum 1, Orail 2, Sili?r BIeaoa 3 4 to 1 agat Winner. Kogarah Stakes: Kigii .Iurillo 1, Ostorley 2, Wishful 3; 7 to 1 agst winner. January Ifandicap: MSultum in Parvo 1, Kilmeadon 2; It's Funny 3; 7 to l.agst. inern., Welter Handicapi Hobble Skirt 1, Boomalli 2,; oronata 3: 4 to 1 agat winner.
SPORTING. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. Melbourne, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
SPORTINC. ASPENDALE PARK RACES. Melbouirni, Jdan. 10. The abovo races hokl to-day, result ed as follow: .Maiden Plate: Noble Bonnie 1, Kurrakiai 2, W1ynotb: 3i 6 to 1 aget Winaner. Steeplechase: Endaantod States 1, Sonny B. 2, Powerful 3; 7 to 1 agst winner. Plate: Mindai 1, Rosny 2, Lipola 3; 8 to 1 agst winner. Park handicap: Yeneda 1, Atora 2, Delphic 3; 7 to 4 agrS winner. .Purso: Miss 8loi 1, Aotive Lad 2, M3aloja 3; 6 to 1 aast winner. Joumpers' 1?lat Race: Widden 1 Merry' Monarch 2, Blind Harry and Strathdoon dead heat for third; S to 1 agot winner.
ATTACKED BY DOG. WOMAN IN SERIOUS STATE. Sydney, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
ATTAcKED BYD0OG. " WOMAN IN SERIOUS STATE. Sydney Jan. 10. Mirs. Gamble, of Mark Lodge, Fair field, has been badly bitten by a col lie dog, which became frantic as the result of the recent heat wave. Mrs. Gamble was alone in the house iihen the dog rushed at her and sunk its teeth in her breast, tearing the flesh. 'She beat the animal off, but st made another attack, again injuring her. She managed to escape and get as sistance,the dog being shot. Mrs.Gam. ble is in a serious state, suffering from shock. The dog. was a valuable one,having been imported by Mr. Gamble for the purpose of breeding a heavier cattle dog than those used in Australia.
WARRNAMBOOL RACES. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
WARRNAMBOOL RACES. THE WEIGHTS. Appended: are the weights, for the above races, to boe h?id on Saturday nert:- - - rTrial Handicap: Tioga, King Kirk, 9.0; o lmpic, 8.5; Pirator, Bouque tire, Wynno, 7.13; Cudgeo, 7.12; Mnemo, 7.10;- Ornate, Erin's Hope, 7.5- Silt, 7.2; -Wambigal, 7.0. Hurdle Race: Emera]dale, 11.3; Fulcrum, 11.0; Lidy Alva, 10.5; lJuro, 10.3; .Kyluna. 10.0 Wasseca, 9.12; Ohatter Boy, 9.10; Ricochet, 9.9; Ludowi. Calabash, 9.5; Rose of Falkirk, 9.3; Lord Fyans, 9.0. Suimmdr Handicap: Motoa; :9.0; Mirono, 8.12; -Whare, :Major Eight, 8.10: Kagi 8.3; .Darlington, Tioga, 6.12; Wrambigal, 6.7. Steeplechase: Arion, 11.0; Kyappa. 10.5;.Barossa, Expiation, 10.0; Mono rail, 9.9; Paxski, 9.5; Storm, Ouach, 9.0:. : . . .Pony Race: May Coil, 10.5; Ro luma, 9.3; Lady Aden, 7.10; Fairy ort,.: Greedy, Golden R.ey, 7.1; Kolor South, 6.7 .. ~-i Flying IHandicap: 3Motoa, .11; cOullolih;.9.9,; Masseyv Major Eigh., 9.4; Graftondale, 8.6 -WVsri Wiri, 7.12; Jacare ;2Nat' Kirk, 7.7; Asterbe...
RECOMMENDATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
S RECOMMENDATIONS. The sudgestions which I siubnit for considerationand discusio r aiire: That the Commonwealth Governmetit: .(1) Emnoirer the'Hiwh,- Commis sioner to employ skilled expeits to ex amine and report on butter on ;its 'r rival in Endli?d. (2) Pass regulations to ,rovide (a) That all,butter for ekport'.be exam ined at Dort of shipment by experts and. their reports be furnished prompt, lv to manufacturers. (b) Thata.Com inonwealth: nuarantee of P urity ahid weight.be. inmDresed on bitter of the reauired, standard.. (o) That the date marks statinge the. month: of prdduc tion be olaced in each ,bbi ofbutter. (d) That butter below a'certain stan dard be nacked in .iplain boxes with only .the words' "Butter. i61b." net" branded, on each box. ,.:(3'linat the Sraders in tlie several States meet at least twie aniiually for schools of instruction :aid co?oiference in order to secuire uniform gradihig. (4) That investigcations be tisde to discover the cause of "fishines?" in butte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
GRIPES IN HORSES. ."onio timine ao our hlorso was down with a bad attack of gripes," .. ys Miss E. J. Coles, Major's Creek, SN.S.W. "I tried several remedies t:: tY~he had no effect; s a last re Smloutre I gave the hors. three tea uls of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and noticed an improvement immediately. Heo was soon abl' to stand and now is as well e oevei." gold by all chemista and A STANDARD BEVERAGE. " WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS," having medicinal properhies, espeeia:ll usIful in kidney affertions, is a popula? houeohold stimulant. WELLT AND STRONG. liat, a grand thing it is .for wo men to feel well and strong? The Ladies' College of Health has brought forward a home treatment that has restored thousands to health at a trifling cost. Those interested can find out all.about it if they send two ponnr stamps to Dept. 40, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Elizabeth Street, Mfelbourne. BROUGHT TO BAY. Are those elemies of civilisation, In digestion and Dyspepsia, when Dr. Sheldon's Di...