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CANADIAN VETERAN DEAD NEGOTIATOR OF TREATIES. (Reuter's Telegram.) Ottawa, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

CANADIAN VETERAN DEAD NEGOTIATOR OF TREATIES. (Reuter's Telegram.) - Ottawa, JTani: 13" The death. has occurred of theliHon: Pavid :Laird`- first Commissioner" cf the:North-W?est.Territories:During his term' of ofice, 'he ',negotiated inauiy treaties with the -Indians, 'by" wiich large tracts oj.to'ntry wero added to the Dominioni

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FILM FACTORY BURNT. £35,000 DAMAGE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

FILM FACTORY BURNT. £35,000 DA3!AGE. (B"ut'e Telegm.) L... i ndon: Jan. 13. . "'"dsdtiiettiv fi're occurred in' the Lotchworth Garden Oity' this iorn mg. Owing to, it is believed, a short circuit, the premises of Kinora Ltd., cinematograph film manufacturers. caught fire andwere tbotally destroy ed. a The damage is estimated at £35,000.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CANADA AND NEW ZEALAND EXCHANGE OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Winnipeg, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

CANADA AND NEW ZEALAND EXCHANGE OF PRIMARY PRODUCTS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Winnipeg, Jan. 13. Mr. J. B. Clarkson,-a leading .busi ness minn of Christchuirch, New Zea land, is expected to shortly make a tour of Western Canada so as to meat the Boards of Trade and urge them to secure a Canadian subsidy for a new steamship service between Canada and Neiw Zealand. Mr.: COlrkson's idea is that Nwi Zealand should iiiport,' Canadian wheat and other agricultural products in exchange for butter and other dairy products of New Zealand.

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WATERSIDE WORKERS. CONFERENCE WITH STEAMSHIP OWNERS. EMPLOYES SUBMIT TERMS Melbourne, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

WATERSIDE WORKERS. CONFERl E1NO E rrIT STE.-M "AM4LO] SUBM T!LRMS '!o-d'y represntatives of tho -Coin momneraltih Steamship Owners' Feder ation and the -Federatd e Woaterside Workers' (Union n mot in. conffereiice w~ith rogard to the demands for -in creased p ein" made b thell em lon h hmo e ro2 posed incrose ld'r tli dg ? uiti ti.lml uTr.sdy aallowv . ple? t "o ' o smideiýnn'n pgen thst. dva-od on behalf of tIlse emplgyes.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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AUSTRALIA'S NEW STAMP ORDER FOR DIE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

AUSTRALIA'S NEW. STAMP ORDER ?FOR DiL; : : (enter's Telegram.) Londod, Jan. 13. Tho.order for'tho die for tho now Commonweiath penny stamp has been placed with Messrs. Perkins, Bacon and Co. Ltd., engravers,-of 14 South wark. Bridge road, ALondon. -.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE MARKETS. Tuesday, 13th January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

:- THEMARlKETS. , T t- ; TO - 'MARKer .:. Prime ioitatoes are quoted at 5/ lper ton- ex bags.? ? hno yar e c.ohsisted of 878..head, of wehich 250 were .classed a?ssteaesN!. forward met -ith keen compotitee, and the o.mrket fo" 'prime baconers w?h about 10h bhigher than last- week. IPrimd baconer brouglht from £4 io £41/516' 1ieit 1etfjsitQ£3;15 to` £1 I ;.backfet'teis iý110"ffi %£411816 for yward' st?bes'-£2/10 to £2/17 , mediuma tioresO1£2- to, £21716 ,,slips .IF1

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N.Z. BUTTER AND CHEESE (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

N.Z; BUTTER AND CHEESE (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 13. The cheese brought from New Zen land by. the Shaw, Savill;.and Albion liner, Athenic, showed a sharked im prove'ment on previous' shipments.Tho butter taken as a whole was excellent, although a few cases were fishy.

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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

MEiLBOURtNE'i SfHEEP M1AitIOET. ' Iat Slcep :832,000'yarded; ciompris ing 300 trucks.and 1780 by road. A largq proportion consistcd of good aid' prime qliaiitie?!lTh6 minrket u oeild 'thi ste?;iiiicompetition', ehi'i ?rices :tiiled ?fir?,,whl ilo s asalesz pro iressed biddingii bceameeiner,dliaird ening to improved rates. Primeo cross ored etlhers 18/6 to 20/; extra 20/6: to, 23/9 ;.good 17 1to 18/; second from !/;?prrnle .crossbred-'owmes., 15/6 to. I7/i: eti?i'1S8/ to? 20/;',dfew? higher; good 14I to ? 6?' otlers from tl0:priml: merieio~bvot hles16/3 to:18/9 ?, good 14/9 to 119 ;T:secbnd 12./6'to 14/; 'erior from 10/, with mierinbo owes /i to 17/. Fat lambs Were penned, which reo liued ;fullvlite rates. Prime -old'from 15/:to':~1"; primoqlshorn13/6 to · 61; 'extre 171/6 to 20/ i.good;13/O to!.1410; gookd shorni12/ to::13/9;, )second ,and inferior from 9/. ..'! :

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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A CURATE SLANDERED. AWARDED £1000 DAMAGES. AGAINST POLICE SERGEANT. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

1 A CURATE SLANDERED. niARDED £1000 DL.AGES. AGAINST IPOLICE 'SERGEANT. (Reater's -Telegram.) London 'Jan" 13; " The re-trial of the libel action in which.'Rev. Thomas Ghent, curate of St:. Andrew's' Church of England; Stocke ell, sied 'a sergeant of 'police at Claphami, niaiied Fitzgerald, for damni ages was conuclided:to[day[ Tihe case iwas heard iii:Novmber, actien the juiy failed to' agree. Ghent' claimed damages :is a Iresuilt of a-'charge by, Fitzgerald of miscoliduct, vith his w ife, whodl isn active church worker: Mrs IFitzgerald, in giving evidence in ,the suit,, :asseirtedh?i??atplnimitiff. as: itMulted hei iid .domininted.the offence during a .jumblo sale.. For the other 'side 't was soughi ti how that Mrs. Fitzgerald wvasa fnerotic. wonan.; A further statement ini GhCent's favor wis tlhat another clergyman; had been cousdd of misconduct,- w?itibdefend ant's wife, but, had been acquitted upon inquiry.by, tihe Bishop 'of- his dxtso.ee The. jury found in, favor of plain tif...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. :+.. lttlo: 280 poiined:.Prizic sold,, to £13,10; "good ,.to 10/15 ; medium.. to £8/55 bestcows:to :£10/10 calves sold to £5/19. Sheep: 5916 were penned. Prime crossbred wethers to' 20/;- extra to 2216;: good to 17/;, ,medium to 151; prime erossbred -oves to:181/; extra to 20/7; good to. 16!/; best merino oweth ers to 17/6;:good,to :15/.,o . Lambs: 3455 penned; Prime to 18/6; extr'a 'to 190/10; good to 16/; usefal to 13/6; prime shorn to 13/.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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COMMONWEALTH DREDGER SHIPPED TO AUSTRALIA. (Reuter's Telegram). London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

COMMONWEA TH DREDGER SHIPPED TO AUSTRALIA. (ute ltr'E TelI rra ) London, Jan. 13 he: parts of- ine.dredger oirdered by, the Conmmbnr~ealth'Defenice D. e partmnt' hleio been ?shippod to ??Aus tilina'e n drdis a to be, p. to-, gethe& iniAjistraliaf '

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. 'Wheat: A distinctly, firmer market rules todra'itpriyate aile; advio e ipot a shuirp dv "ie inutiverpoeol fttures of 1 3-8d a coutal for March and Id for ,May, ,ýhidl?:dclosed yester day at i7/2 : 78an0IWq/l11 respectively. Locally tiere is little offering. The town market may be luoted at buy ers 3/6tfor January delivery,:and 3/li6 asked.:c Forwtird business whs done to-lav on the basis-.of 3/G? for Febru orv 3/7,:forMiirchi;3/.7 for April-May June, and 3/8'for May-June-July., Oats are firm in tone,wath practical ly nothing offering, duoe to the low prices. . - , sMaizo, is .firm in .tone.. " i .n:li arley trado is, q suiet. h Chaff of good quality mot .with . a steady demand this morning, prices showing no movement. ;Potntoes ;were easier, in ton' owing to. the' diminished: i export' , demand. Some business. ;was .`transacted:iwith Now..;South i Wales, andQQueonslazid, thliough-not much.: Arrivals amounted to. b. truckloads., ! . Onions are in small supply...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

DAIRY:PRODUCE. WESTERN: ;DISTRIOT COM-i SPANY'8:REPORT. ": Tie Westtrn District Fadcories"Coo oterative Co. Ltd.; 49-57 King-itreet, Butter: Market is steady at late rates. viz.: Superfiner?Vterns..lld. per lb.; good; to'prims.10Oit o .Hd;' per lb.; niBarum quality 10d'-b 10jd per lb.; inferior qualities are lower. Oheose: 'The market is still over-sup plied, and lrgo quantities are coming for'vard( tEar?i 'fliees are sellinp at 6Sid;, o51d,'tiidi per Ib; loaf'ch»se are from 5jd to 6d per lb., semi-a tured 6jd to 71d per lb., ohoice mel low matured 8d'to Bid. . Eggs: 74d per dozen, pritahtbi ld special lines a littlo highlr.I. .

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THE WEATHER. SEA BREEZES PREVAIL. Melbourne, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

THE WEATHER. SEA BREEZES PREVAIL. S• Melbourne. Jan.,3. , a ? gae. en wld sunshine. with a few let; lcca?ewr.ouds floatin Lazil ,.gavo. pleasant weather cnnditions'in the me tronolis to-day. The hieehest tempera ture un'to 1 Dnm. was 64.i5. ý-tRenorts*frotmnutridrttierrn?'re:C'sri the ci?tinent show that further useful falls of rain al 1 enF>ei he drys aihr?;of southernTt pue nsaaud aid'Ndti Soutll Wales: :fifm hliu.lf h'oincEh to hit inch beiiii recoirdd b inmany :lace?;' teorol?oist. stated to-dav that the de pression which caused the recent: dis tpy; ed-condigi?.n? lad, now ? wseill to controlled by a "hiLh"'centred 'over theo Geht Australiai.-UBihli.TTiis, would dise cobl souitlhilcv rinds alldfii ton-s diti6hssfor at least- anit.her.24'hdoirs,* :sifter'whih tlieitemuerstui-e tighli t bd eeilected towrdnun ipaaiis.;· - ratif. i

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BROUGHT TO BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

BROUGHT TO BAY , Aro tb oie aiemie. of ciati-h , In: dip.tion. / and ! 2y16p''tai;' wOh;en Sho1ldom's DDi LetityeP`e 1'ulegkr;e em= ployed. 1/6 and 216 perttin Obtain= able everywhere.

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VICTORIA'S GOVERNOR. AGENT-GENERAL ENTERTAINS. APPOINTMENT EULOGISED. (Reuter's Telegram). London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

VICTORIA'S COVERNOR. AGENT-GENERAL ENTERTAINS. APPOINTMIENT EULOGISED. " - (Beater' Telegram): S London:?Jafi.'13. The Hon.. Peter McBride, Agent. General' for, Viethria. entertainedl Sir Arthur. Stanley.? Goveirne er,-d'igii gafe of Victoria:, and La'd Standlevi at luneh eon at:the 'Aitoitohile Cluih todldy L, .Among the iueatti?,wris lMrt Lewil HI{arcourt (Secretary -of- Stte for the Colonits' aiindiadyrlihHardourt,?L'Udrd S.ydenlalni (formerly? Governor of Vi toria and Ladv Svdenhamii:'Lord and Lady Shetfeld(tlibe idarenta"of Sir Ar thur StanleY) : Lord Emmott: (Under 'Secitiirtfi'r'tieiColoniea) and Lad' Eiimott Maior-Gheneral Sir Reginald Talbot (formerly.' :Goivernor of : Vic toria) ; Sir.. Hartmannh Just (Assistant UnderSecretary of State -for the "C lonies); Sir John Anderson (Permanso cut UnderSecretary 'of-State for the' Colonies); Sir Chas. Lutcas (formerly Head.. of :,Dominions . Department); and Sir John and- Lady Taverner, a? el'as nmany other Vitorn. .'i `an i Si. Mcd...

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THE HUMAN SYSTEM NEEDS REST [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

THE HUM?ANYSTEM NEEDS "RUST . From itas, oftentimesa distressing occu pattions- and if.ae timnulant:is require. ad, "WOLFE'SICHNAPPS" is a good oneoto;use.,;

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DEFEATED MEXICANS. DETAINED ON AMERICAN TERRITORY. PROTECTION AGAINST VICTORIOUS REBELS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Presidio, (Texas), Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

DEFEATEDU MEXICANS. TDMAINED ON AMERICAN Y TERIRITORY. ,PROTEOTION :AGAINST VICO TORIOUS REBELS., (Reuter's Telegram.) Presidio; (Texas), Jan. 13. The United States is internig .six Mexinaian Federld generals ihd third thousand fiigitive soldiers: from the battle of: Ojmn ga . , • These officers and mnioil ill' be de tained at Warfa, in Texas, until hos tilities throughout Mexico hive iend-. ed. .The m Ahierican unthorities'consider this is the only practicable method of dealing with the defeated oiiry .ow ing to the likelihood of everyone Le ng Slihot if' cptured: by the rebels.

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DATE OF DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

DATE, OF i DEPARTURB Sir au-ithur,,n d Lady ,Stanley s will leveii d 6on -Jauary 21, and will join the 'R.M.LS.,µ Ostery:ie at Tolllon..

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FATAL BOXING MATCH. SURVIVOR ON TRIAL. WASHINGTON AND COCK-FIGHTING. (Reuter's Telegram.) Los Angeles, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 14 January 1914

FATAL BOXING MATCH. -0- - SURVIVOR ON TRIAL? ; 1WASHINGTON. AND COCK S:FIGHTING. (Reuter's Telegram.) ;Los Angeles; Jan. 13. The trial of "Jes'"- Willard in con nectimn w"itJithe -death of the boxer, "Bill" Young, was continued here to day. Uognsd! for the defence quoted the leiining toiarids cock-fighting. of George Wiihingtoi , and tle. partici pation in boxing of British sports men. Ho. coitended that since., the Mlarqiuis df Queensbury revised the rules of boxing,, gentlemen liked to take pirt in the sport, but they did not like prize-fighting. The prosecuting actorneo answered that whether George Washington approved of cock-fighting or not, it did not apply- to the 'present day, as the law had changed since' the time of Washington. Similarly. the law had changed in regard to boxing. ("Bill'.' Young died in August last after a knock-out blow during.a.bok ,ing contest with Willard).

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