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ULSTER VOLUNTEER FUND £1,000,000 RAISED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
ULSTER VOLUNTEER FUND 0-- -- . * £1,000,000 RAISED. (Reutor'a Telegram.) Londoni Jan. 10. The Ulster Volunteer Indemnity fund has been completed, the suf asked for, £1,000,000, having bean subscribed.
CHILDREN TAUGHT TO TEST MILK. Mirboo North, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
CHILDREN TAUGHT TO TEST S MILK. th,. oir boo North, Jan. 10. " ,' q :~., rof;tDollar State school now gives,':ii.ins idh; in rilk taing as part of -,th, work in agriculture, and thle scolairs display great interest iii this bralich of science. Testa are mado.of any cowus desired, free. rf clargo, and in a dairying district the tctiog is, a iusofnl forum of, itmtructioa Sto the scholas, ..
METHODIST HOME MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
M-IETHOI)IS'' HOME MISSIONS. Attention is directed by advertise. ment to the visit of the Rev. Colonel A. T. Holden. BA.. to the Methodist ChWrch next Sundayv in connection. with the Home Mission effort. Mr Holden will nreach twice on Sunday, and also deliver an address oin Mon dav nihllt in the Church. As general secretary to the Home Mission ociety of Victoria. Mr. Holden has had a ireat deal of experience in this con dSection. and his visit will loubtless draw larie congrecations to the ser vices',ona Suidav and the meeting on Iondav niehlc. Swcial offerings will oe received at all services in aid of the Homno ~Mission Society.
BEARD BROS.' BUCKJUMPING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
uBAILD 1I1OS.' BUCKJU3H1ING SHOW. Messrs. Beard Bros.' Buck jumping Show will onen in Lava-street on Fri day next. and, idutiing by thle great iPonlaritv of this attraction at. To ramn. Cannernleoll and other places alone the line to 31ellburne. tihe man asemente can reasonably expect similar liberal Intronaue in Warrnambool, for the disulav rovided is most interest in-, and entertaininui . The programme. states the "Caimuerdowh Chronicle," conmrises a lenetliv series of splendid lxhilbitions of ljorsemanship. The man naelnent nossess. some nmagnificent buckimmuers and some skilled .horse men. whose vrowess should be atudied ib all lovers of the auenstrian art and of horses. Messrs. Bea-rd Bros.' show also contains several buckine bullocks of exceutional cleverness and many ponies esuallyv proficient, in all thoie tricks which delirlt, the enthusiastic horseman. and even to a creater de eree the interested soectator. The Citizens' Band will dlay in connection with the uerformance.
POLICE TRANSFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
POLICE 'fRANSFEIIS. Constable E. Horn. of Hamilton, has been transferred to Warrnambool, to take Constable Lewis' ulace, the aIntter havinvr been transferred from Warrnambool to Russell-street. Mel hourne. Constable Horn- has been a resident of Hamilton for several years, and lie was a prominent nlemlber of the Hamilton Caledonia., Society. Ho belones to a framily which smne rears aneoon distinction as Scottish atlletes in tossino the caber and other High land snorts. No doubt he will be.a welcome acoauisition to the Warrnam bool. Caledonian Society.
DROUGHT IN ORANGIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
.DROUGHTIN OIRANGIA .A severe.dsouiht tis at. present be ing Oxperieitnhed'sn the Oranged ree PSte,;i'rdviiicd;'i hile complete stop page:of railhi -;traffic would 'erloisly mperil th? food spplies of tlieu vince.-: . ; 9;,ooo00;0rr . iTbENiD, R 'IEE T-1 MINISTRY'Sk RESIGNATI? n.D. F *'"^-*"..-'^*^^MANDED ' 1Jolaiinesbsirg, Jan.'nA., *A ee0Ing jo, support'ofýtlie.ssihie neld; in l-arketn;Sqiinre tliisahfterioon, s nas -attieledt ?Byi JOO 000 ople. No Po lice swere, preset;but the proceedings swre odcrlyt tirpugh ot. ' Tlio gnthering nadpted a resdlition summoning the lUdtha Ministry to re sigi. and declaritg.that Mr. Hoy'(thii general manlager of the railway3s ,t eohannesburg). iust go. Thli meeting also decided to pettion the Imporial Goiernhient' not to 'pe mit the use. of Imperial troops in the nresent. dispute. SThe speeches dlivereda ere minilr ate in tone-the splieikrs urging tlhe iorkers not to infringe the'lai.Fliag inscribed: "'n. .m'omory of ,thevicrims of:the 4th of-July,...
SOUTH AFRICAN CRISIS ALL QUIET IN JOHANNESBURG. VIGILANCE COMMITTEE PATROLS STREETS. TROOPS SENT TO JAGERSFONTEIN. (Reuter's Telegram.) Johannesburg, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
SOurH AFRICAN CR1813 --0-- ALL QUIET IN JOHANNESBURG. VIGILANCE COMMITTEE PATROLS STREETS. TROOPS SENT TO JAGERSFON TEIN. (ItrutLr's Telegramu.) Johnsinesburg, Jan..1l. So far to-day Jollhallesbuirg ' quiet. 'he required number of special police have "nov been enrolled. A vigiance cornmitteo is patrolling the streets. its members wearing red armldts. It is expected, that arnldt ourghers will take charge of thoe aline natives, and so relieve the ordiliar.y police of one responsibility. Two hunlisur.t a ll of toe Scottish Hlorse have hI -en isnt to Jagersfon tein, whrl.e tihe BessUtos emIlployed ;.t the fatuous .1 ager,?ontein diamond nlne broke nut tforn tiheir ct poulsd and raided the taon . A force of arm ed burghers escorted 250 Basutos out of Jagersslonlltel its thiy refused .so returnl to work. W1lhen seen to-dlay 11r. W. W.11odv. G:eneral -Mtanager of the lhailways '; Johanuteleburg, was optilLstis regarding the mnaintenlance otf good ..service l:u ultins. He asitic.ipates that...
DECLARATION BY GENERAL BOTHA. "TWO GOVERNMENTS IMPOSSIBLE." A FIGHT TO A FINISH. Pretoria, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
DECLARiAiTON .BY GENERAL, .TWO,0 GO.VRNM1ENTS tIMPOS- - SIBLE." i4a FIGHT TO'tA:I' NISHIIf .'Pretoria" "Jan 12. 1 .The min. ownors-on the East t Rand "re, paying miners speoial,rates to keep'thu natives in .l. .. .m .G;leneial Botlia, Priine Minister, de qicd yestorday-. t.h t two: Govern mirite. were.impoeeibe; 'llhie must e 'n fight' e a.finish.. .' .: ... 'l is d ratin , u oupled w-ith the overnmaehts carefullUy "conceived rilars, pradiidsd a groat .mpression ini Liaor ciiucl'es - ;', .
LATER CABLES. THE CAPETOWN MEETING. AN INFLUENTIAL FACTOR. MODERATION PREVAILS. Capetown, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
, LATER `C'ABL.ES: ) t INFLUEYTIAQ L 1ACI'Ol . rom ? C,? ptoµ.n,-. Jan :-i2:' , 'Apart , froni: .cortisderati.;nh. n doiinnct 'ed wibht teho strik;ithe "nobilisatiomia considored 'i graitlying test· of, ei ciency of--the .neily-comlineted in.:oni defenco organisation.., , Greist weiglj :,ii,ncttachidd ', the meeting .of the Capoe railwaymeln; 'at whih all the respnsibtle leaders cohll pletely "diastceiitc -thenlev?s friin syndicalist "and .'rovolutionary' nii thods, and opposel d -a_ geiiell stlnae. .Ony con speech wis liadO in frivo of .the raili ay ?trike. - . Mr. 1'oais (tio loil. presideiit) a;dd Mr. Har'nis.n. (vce-p'esiaeitt) declared that tho' f?toksr ad ' Capo'l, C1ony be i'eved in coantit, it?,l iethodsl These lii n t it lben r a, d': -Mlr. Stnth .'(sedretarv,. of-:thid? Rail wsaymen's .. Uniin)' rearlked :-t-I li stnce-s er0e a.nl?-ea hopelessly. beht cn." ' fe ? addid: ': Let ti:- w:orkers c nsider thdr rwstit ahild ch.ldr?h." Al.i.otigh resolut?ions we:'e .invited, none ...
JOHANNESBURG MEETING. VIOLENT SPEECHES. "A SPIRIT OF REBELLION." Johannesburg, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
JOHANNiESBURG MEETING. VIOLENT SP&EECH1S. "A SPIRIT OF REBELLION." Johannesburg, Jan. 12. At the imeet.,e, hold in the Market Square yesterdav Mr. Mnason sai the U'ov. anentlt stecive: a bombshell on the Ii.h July. '1.is time it would be ,onihilatld. 11t exh(.rted t.oe workers ti sptak th.ough the bullet holes of thle ict.ms cf tile 4th of July. MAr. .11ae?n des,Ar.ett the Lolner o the Hotuse as the sentinel of the gates of hell, a':d ecded th,.t !.o str kers were anima:ed by a spirit of rebellion M1r. Ba.n. in a conciliato:y speech, Iurgd that there was still time for a settloment of the dispute. He chal longed the Government to arrest themn. He added that if trying to help his fellowi citizens was sed.tton, he stould preach sedition until he died. AtJ k.iugl not a sitgle policem?tn or sMlditr sas visible in the. Market Square at Jolhnneosburg during .the leet.ing, the knowledge tiat the town was fukll of armed men, with instruc tions to llhoot relentlessly on the first sii...
DISGUISED AS MONKS. CLEVER AND DARING OUTRAGE. HOSPITALITY ABUSED. Madrid, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
DISGUISED AS MONKS. SLEVER' AND DARING OUT- , :AGE; . ' -iOSPITAL1TY ABUSED. SAn audacious case of robbery uildrr alims has occurred alt Ulinedo. ; .'vo supposed monks presenite3 theinselyes at a large country mansiaon ne?u Olmedo, and were taken inside and:sumptuouslw entertiined. Suddenly they drew revolvers ai;l covered their host, whom they co 1 pellid to hajd over a large sam (o money. lhe robbers then forced their host to accompany them through the streets. He was released after thep robbers had divested themselves ?f their cowls and entered a' thick for est. .So far the police are without a chio"wlich might lead to their cup turn..
ROUGH SEA AND GALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
Yesterdav's weather was a marked contrast to the fine smmnier d?iav which marked the oe,,rins week of 191-. A fierce westerIv Ireeze whiel frenuentiv blew with th, force,of a unl, clhurned u( n the s:a into a mass of foaml-toene Ichleoip wa r asof'coo siderlable heinlht. 'flr' ere alsi It long range of heavr breakers along the reef and enoast line as the result of an earlier storm to the westward. It was altogether a wild ilay at seia. and the hea-vr rain'soualli etophasized the boisterous ernditiil.? revaniling There were no arrirals or deplartiiirsiof shiplpirn at the iort vesterdayi.-: '
"MESSIAH" CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
"-MESSIAH" CONCERT. : One of. tie most thoroneh and arnim bitious musical iiidertakinis tuhal iav been made in WarrnamNbol for , long time is now in course of vreparation by St. John's Church Choir nahd friends under the supervision of Mr. H..V. E. Pascoe. This will be thb.per. formance of Hanidel's'\Arand oratrio. ''The Messiah." This will be thelofihst oceasionfor about ten vears that .The Messiah" has'been. : erformed in its entirety in Warrnambool and no .ef forts are beini soared to do iusticeito this ireat maisteroiece'.'l.The choir .lih been in regular trarfice; for the past ,three inoniths inder Mr. ;Pacoe's able guidance and lovers of- good mnsic in the town and district would do well not .to miss this treat:.-The soloists wyill be Mrs. Tait. frdm Portland (so nrano): Misses Forrester andl Marfell (contraltos)l MI. R,. Hook; of Mehl bourie '(tehoir and'D: D Powll anhd Mr. Clements (bas). - The !on'rrt will be niven on the 21st'inst.. at 8 p.m.; in. the. Church. The programm...