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THE TARIFF. EFFECT ON BOOT TRADE. INTER-STATE COURT INQUIRY. Melbourne, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

THE TARIFF. E;' ,: FFEO r ON BOOT TrIIDE. ,': i):INTER-STATE COURT INQUIRY. .Melbourne, Jani.. 12. The inter-State Court today .open '4 ed: its inivestigations into the tariff: ;?r,.., Jstico Piddington (chairman) '-:ppresided,R "and Mr.. J. Cook, Priine .;Mninister, was present.,,, :The. eliirman outliied --tho. geneal functions of. the Court, and evidence was then taken as regards the tariff. ..::Thomas Young Harkness, boot manufacturer, -advocated' increased ,..protective duties on boots anil shoes, ,with 5 per cent. preference to Great Britain: Under the present tariff bdo' 'importations for a time decreased, buit, i since 1910 they had begun to incre se .and the local production had a dowin i'wara tendency. -.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

D:: ?wISLOCATED SHOULDER. , 0- UNABLE TO USE RIGHT A.IM FQR SIX M>ONHiis. - CiOEJS'IOCK'S NERVE AND HONE LINIMENT ..FFORDS. WONDEll:FUi ItE LIEF. " .- I always bli.v e ill giving tre dit whetre crecdit is due," writes Mrs. E.' Maher, of "Nil I)t ?ir:mdum"t Darthrook-road, Auburn. NS.WN., "1 amn sending this state. mnt. in prai-e of Coimstoek's Nerve ;an? Iloe, Iini-1 ment. Just 12 months ago I dislocatedl n Jy.l1oulder and : or fIs-about i ix monthl - aliffered continually, being unahl t", Sdo any work that, :,e-.1it:td the 'use of my right arm. I was treatdl Sby a doctor and also trirl various Liiiiments recommendetl by differenb clheniists, but all to lno purpose,' the severe pains still contioinuin. Aft.r 'being in this state fort about six months, I one day read an aoldverti.se ,mont containin."g 1omel tetstimonials from people wlh, 1rId bttnfited by ilhe use of this remedy, and s tdecided to test it imyself. After trying the first bottle 1 felt muclh retli.ef. I am inow rusi...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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MOTOR FATALITY. CHILD KILLED AT RICHMOND. Melbourne, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

MOTOR FATALITY.: CHILD KILLED AT RICH : ." bourne Jan. 12. This afternoon Dorotlihy .oran ?i r o ears .of,. age dighiter of a local ho Stellkeeper; i as knocked down and kil '-led by :a iiotor cair in' Bridge Road, Richmond; when getting off.; a trimn cair.:Tho motor oar.was driven by W. `:' Wdllon;. of St. Kilda.'

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THE LATE FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

THE:LATE FATAL ACCIDElINT. Mri.F. Norman. Denuty Coroner. Koroit., on Saturday held an inquiry. into the death of Mr. John Fitzgibbon. whowas killed by: being thowun from his"brbuiv on lhirsday evening. The facts elici';ed itiievidence ?.were similar to:those nublislied in the '"Standard" reoort ,of the occurrence. and a ver dict ao accidenital leath was retunied. The fninieral was very largely attended, the, remains ,:eing. interred in the Tower Hill Cemetery. The Rev. Fan the'-: Mannint 'inas the olliciating clergyman.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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BOY SCOUTS' RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

BOY SCjOUTS' RALLY. Twenty membeik of'the7Warrriam bool troon of th lImnerial'Bo Scouts' accoianiied l:v So?uth-master -Jones. left Warrnambool ~esteidayv morning. to take iart in the demonstration to he held in lMblbourne durinu this week. The d'emonstration will take the forsm of a series of coinietitions in the vari obs ar?s in ?which scoruts are supposed to be'iorofirient. iind troons of scouits from?n.l nart.ia"of.?the Commonwealth nhld Nei Zealind nill take dart. The local b?ys have beein iredaring for the comoeditions? for samnie time. and it is' expected tha°t tlhe will drive a good ecmdint of" thlemselves in" the various contests in which thvey intend to corn-. Pete. ___

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ST. AUGUSTINE'S BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

S~-': AUGUSTINE'S BAND. The visit cf St. Auiustine's Band to morrow evenin"* in connection with the Pninual Jaahnese Fete will afford, the 'eneral- public: an opportunity of en Joyin's a decided:musical treat. It may be mentioned thit this Band has visit -:d n?early every State in the Common welilth. and lias everywhere niet with enthusiastic :recentidns. Referring to ftheir visit to Todwoomba. Oueensland, the daily Danipr uublished in that town states:--"Toowoombaites have heard tretiently thik besI handlh of-the Sti tes: in fact. have been made quite familiar with them. but the Band of the orphan hoys from far-off Geeloig excels anythinie vet heard in Queens land. and their performance is all the more marvellous considering their south. The handsmen lay with a narvellously virorous and harmoniouis attack. oreeision and unanimity, the blend and balance is admirable, the tone especially being marked by re finement. and noteworthy so with re gard to the cornets. The whole per formanc...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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A.N.A. CHEAP EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

A.N.A. CHEAP EXCURSION; lThe, list of fares to. be charged I coniiection with the 'nnual A.N.A. chea?nexcursion train to Melbourne is nhublished in another : column. The train?illbe ,run on Friday. the 23rd inst. ansd the sale of tickets will close ait fioo onl the 21st inst. -:

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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LIFE SAVING APPLIANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

LFE ALVING AP1'LIA,\NCFS. l)urine the last few days Mr. Hagcl thorn has been lookint into the eues tion of life savine alone the coast. Hitherto the work has been done, to soame 'extent. b the Royal Life Saving Societr , whose operations have been confined chieftiv to the Government piers; by the Royal Humane Society. . which eives rewards for bravery, atnd has establisheid (one or two corps along the coast. and by a numlber of corps recently organised by 'Mr. Bishop, un der the ausoices of the South Mel bonrne and other councils. 'lThe work of the tltee bodies has been undefined. The Government has done nothing as Sfar as the coast is concerned. and it is felt that it should at once take the matter in hand. Mr. Haoelthorn has therefore risked Mr. Dick. of the Ports and Harbors branch. Williamstown,. to make an insection.of all the coastal stations. with a view to linkini~ up aund oi':ilnletine the work already being done M.'rMr: Bishoa, Who huas takei a keen ?interestt in the matte...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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PRESENTATION TO FATHER McAULEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

: PRESEN TATION TO FATHER S: :McAULEY. . ''.'movement is on foot to make a prese?ittion, to the Rev. Father . KcAnuley on the occasion of his de -parttire on holiday to Europe. A meeting.of those interested was held "atthe. Ozone Hotel on Saturday,hlien it was decided that tho presentation Sshall take place at tlio Oddfelloirs' Hall on Thursday, 29th January. All interested in the movement are : .e quested to be present at a further Smeeting to be held at the Ozoie Ho -tel:'next .Saturday, when final . r .rangements will be made.

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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' PARK ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' PARK i ENTERTAINMEN" ..S c The Trustees of tile Friendly Socie ties' Park will hold their first enter tainment of this season to-night at the' Park. A' first-class programme of pictures will be provided hr the Star Picture Conmanv. includinig the fol lowine choice films:-"A Trap to Catch a Burelar" (comedy): ".Mys tery of Susa" (dlraima): "Seringapa tam" (scenic' : "ul'nnics in London" (comedy) : 'The White Man's Squaw'! (drama). aid unmerous others. The Citizens' lIand will march to' the girounds.. and :iill provide a pro gramme of musiii durine the evening. The undertakin "is for' tho..object of effectiin. imiirovemnents to the Park. A larae attendance is exnected: as all the members of tihe varions lodges in the town should bhe interested in this scheme as well as the' eeneral public. If the weather is wet. the nrogrammo will be -iven in the Oddfellows' Hall.

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REGISTRATION FOR MILITARY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

RE GISTRATION FOR MILITARY SERVICE. ..TPaironts are reminded that all byrs dihro reach the age of 14 years during '014 must register within the months of January and February for military service. The necessary florms may IL obtained at all post ottffices. State schools, or area headquarters, and on completion must be forwarded to tlhe area officer at W1;arrlnlabool. It is not necessary to attach postage to the form. Although lads who reside over five miles from a training centre do not have to drill, all must register. 1l'he boys who are entitled to exemp tion receive a certificate to that effect, and must be prepared to produce same, properly signed and entered to date whenever called upon to do :,n by tie military authorities. Failure to register incurs a penalty of £10, and an additional year of service for each ear over which the omnision extends. The first parades for the new year for G." '"E' and "I" trucas unles will be. hild on the 15th, 17tl and 24th J, anuary respectively...

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THE DANDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

'Tlioe pu? bl sprdilection' for the' l fresco '-poutri style, of .entertain meontswhen itransferred tot cosy a.nl comfortble. halls, was proved ,by the large attndances night after night t) Ihear !i. Edward- Branscombe's Co medy Company i.hen they wero tour Ing in tlie winter. Owing to suchauS-' 'ess hehas decided on a.tour through ': Victoriialtons. The Company chosen to appenr at Warrnambool for two : nights-only, on Thursday and Friday next, are said to be on a level with ' any of thea companies, both from an artistic' arid popular standpoint. Their reputation "is, excellent, and they are Ssaid to compare more than favorably iri many respects with previous Dan dies seen in St. Kilda. In maintaining the high standard set by Mr. Brans conibe, the companies vie with enali other for supremacy, thus a heailthy competition is the spirit set sup in their endeavbur to gain public and managerial favor. The Dandies do not look for personl praise; they.i.ork to-' etlher machine-like for the...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE HOME. WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

STHE-HOME. ' WOMAN S WOtO . : low nmauy homes there. are in which ,nrore car .is lavished upon expenaire adornments than upon. thIe.fre, every. day coitorts and blessings of naturel, There are many women who, with the best intenltion for the care of their houses and their children, still coumnit one heinous, hygienic sin by whlit may not lie iinaply called "furniture war ship," and so careful are they of cr pets, sofa coveriigs, and ctirtaiis, that somei rooms in their houses are main tained in a celar-like darkness except for short intervals, wlen they are thrown open for "company." If one thing is more certain than another, it is the fact that all sorts of microscopic growths love the dark:nss. One has only to search a (lark spot in the forest to find myriads of thiein, and dark, sunlhas C!Osets and corners uonlle a cluop second with mouads, and, if we' ex. amine carefully, a dust filled wiLt spor. e. "Children, look in those cyds; .is. ten to that dear voice; iiltice-the feel ing...

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RIFLE SHOOTING NOTES. (BY CENTRAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

:RIFLE SHOOTINC NOTES. (B RCENTRAL:) Tio semi ffinal nisi ch for t1o Cir. "angamite challenge shipld; which had Ieenarranged'? "with. the Mortlake Olub' iwas shot off on Saturdan laston the local range, and resulted in a A'in tor: the visitors by. five points. Their . handicapp:f .44 points was too great a.?.task for the locals to :reach. ' The live points gained by M.'Mortlake .will be added to their handicap of 44,;mik i.ngit 49for.-the next mnatchlitd;a be .shot ' Mortlako in about .i. foit '_night's time., The locaiil shots iill 'e :gure' their- strongest team, and in their. best form, to liavo" a possibility of, qualifyiingi for tho final match.Theo scoring on the whole wias exceptioiial 13ylow on both sidesi accounted for, Sthroug a very strong2gusty wind;'oe casionallh requlring 23 degrees. at 600 yards., Only one possible was-register o! edi during the smatch,, which wass isb ta. inedby,-Mr.i L. Do Grandi, at 500 yairdsoa: ollowing are the scorce: '- WARRNAMBOOL. i 300 500 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

IT NEVER FAILS. ':,:.For years we have been uaind ..:Chainberlain's.Counh Remedy," sat :.Mr. Herbort' H. Woodhead, .Wept worth, N.S.W. "We have six chil direh and never use annvthin else for the', treatment of coughs, colds and brodohial complaints. I confidently recommend Chamberlain's Conih Remedy to everyone, more especially *:to parents.. who like myself havi young ohildren's health to safe;uard lt never fails to irve relief in all caes." Sold by all chemists and store keepera. TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTi. MIessrs. Cramond and Dickson inti mate that. their ireat "Challenge" sale. wiill commence on Friday neat. -Messrs. .1. Younger and Co. adver tise.in tllhis. issue a price list in -con nectioii withl their dissolution sale. which will continue for two weeks Emeri~s intimate that their -clear in- sale will start to-morrow when b- blariains will lhe offered... ,Jr. F. Sack. optician. may be con sulted at his rooms. Liobir-street, to day 'and to-morroiw. Swintons Pty. Ltd. ...

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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Saturday, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

:IIALLAILAT PIt0DUCOEj M tARKET? ~Saturday 0ith JanuaryA " .? B:rol1hyi Foley ond: Co report b:r .?No chaige of nbte hbai:niarked tihe opening, of theo Now Year, and prics :shlow 'but, little ,alteration .from last report., e quote. as under 3h/·' ab t,,:' 3/5 "to 3/6 for: milling: i'1onr,£;:£8110. Malting ;barley,p 3/`to:3/6 for priimo stiiu lisli,;andS2/:te 2/3,folrCapo. ":. iitsare d<ll at/ to 1/8 forbiest 'Algerian. " Chaffing sheaves are in fair. de mand at 37/6 to £2 for old, and 35/ ;o : i/6 forn .: - -' n. .Manger sheaves £2/5 to £217/6S:. Straw, 30/ to 326 .? P otatoes, £/1 to £/10:. - tIOORAT GUN CLUB CL:: BLIRD SHOO:I' T'io- Noorat Cuio Club held its 'first clay" bird Jhoot; under: be',aispices -f ei s. srs. Daloety and'Co., btnSatordaa :-afternooi.i lhere' was a good atteil ncoandli d a pleasant afterinooinij w speam, cThelaylibirds,. thrown from :three .traps, were, .far, too good for most' of the shooters, several of :whim failed to strikoe foriumat all: : O...

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NEW RAILWAY TIME-TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

NEW RAILWAY TIME-TABLE The' fllowing y the atended time WARRNAMBOOL TO MELBOURNI Leaves W'bdol Arrives Melbourn, 7.11 'm. 1;27 p.m 8.15 p.m.. 10.43 p.mi MELBOURNE TO WARRNAMBOO1 Leaves Melbourne Arrive, W'b'ol 6.30 a.m. I 67 p.m 1.22 p.m. 10.58 p.r. TERANG TO MORTLAKE. Leaves Terang Arrives Mortlak, I.0 p.m. (Tues, Thur And Fri only) 1.35 p.rr 10.0 p.m. (Mon Wed and Bat. only) ..........10.30 p.r. MORTLAKE TO TERANO. Leaves Mortlake Arrives Terang 7.30 a.m. 8.0 a.m WARRNAMBOOL TO HAMILTON beaves W'bool Arrives Hamilton 8.25 a.m. (motor service) 11.0 a.r. 1 p.m. (Mon., Tues. and Skt. only). 6.55 p.ro 1.17 p.m. (Thur and Fri only) 5.55 p.r. 5.20 (Wed. only) 9.10 p.m HAMILTON TO WARRNAMBOOL Loaves Hamilton Arrives W'boul 8.10 a.m. (Mon, Tues Wed and Sat only) 10.10 a.m L1 a.m. (Thur and Fri only) 2.57 p.m I p.m. (motor service) Mon Tues, Wed, and Sat only) 6.25 p.xm 1.30 p.m. (motor service Thur and Fri only) 8.60 p.n HAMILTON TO COLERAINE. Leaves Hamilton Arrives Colorain. 5.30 p.m. (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

EAT DISSOLUTION SALE AT .. YOUNGER AND CO.'S : E A nt ulpreccdelited in the a111als of the Firm, a Co(iipulsory alC' so tl?hat the Slck of £'0,000 worth 1 f New Goods i ma. be turnced into hard cash, to achieve e' dirdnitthitsioniethihm out of theiordiisy m.uiitist" be Ione, therefore `ve are .'ofte~i bS uli'Aistoundin Valun the like of iwhich has never been seen at'. any, Fale,. t:hat ur aim I vil be attained and this Gireatt~issolution aile becmue a record, for this di stiic t '::.: .: ;; ,:'<.: S.: "T. ii 0t'oo ds.3wdeill ` brn-oked at Prires for. Casih and'' at suh alow. ratit.ha.th ;a glance ei: i pr:;.wll: sufchce to pr that enuine Barans are e olered . SHOWROOM I:BARGAINS - .l EMIBROiiERRt1D i.LO"U ' AMBRI[C COSTUfES,.. 3louse HiLDitEN'SROMPERS?inote -SES, for 113. and Skirt for 2/11. t. e l ric l e for .-: L S:.1s. iiderd O' -PECl?, atNiR's 1,US' P OO, COR-I l, "FAVOnITE" ?CRST, R? OBES, for 8/11. S I?S' , on. /: fo'- 45/ 1.: for comfort.?i?d eaifor 216. TI' QUALI...

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The Warrnambool Standard. PUBLISHED DAILY. Price—One Penny. TUESDAY, 13th JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914

The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLIMIED DAILY. Prie--On Penny.; TUESDAY, 12th JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. The members of the Country Roads Board will arrive in Warrnambool to day in connection with their inspection of the roads in the East Riding of the Shire. They will be met by the Presi dent (Cr. I. Parkinson) and represen tatives of the East Riding, at the Shire Hall at noon and will oroceed at once.on their tour of investigation. Prior to the holidays the Board visited the shires between Geelonig and Hey tesburv and the shires to he visited on this occasion include the eastern peor tion of the SIire of Warrnambool, and the shires of Meortlake. Hampden, Leith and Grenville. It is expected that the investigations will be com pleted by the end of the week, when the moan showinp the routes to be in cluded in the Board's proposals be tyeen Melbure r and Warrambnl will be issued. The survey of the main Geelonr road as far as Little River has beenr made by the Board's staf...

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