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ORGAN RECITAL AT PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
I 'ORGAhN ItEJITAL AT POUT :- teekt Mr. H. V: E. Pascoe de l' iglitoid aarge gathoring of tile mnlsi=' ;loving' people of :Port Furiy, when: bY :.gave an ar ai recital at St. John's Chuicli ? of iglaiid 'TIe oo6casion" was a 'aored concert in aid of the choir. : fondand thadte piogrammo inclauded some ver iiicely rendered dOlorses by t.ihhoir 4, and. solos, by Port Fairy vocalis: tir..`'asbeoe's selections in cluded "Tlih 'Ma~dfa of the Israelites" (Oosta), "Theo-Bells," a fine composi ;tionhy himself ; "Toccata in G," by, DiBois, eand Allegro from Weida's :, ,fifth ?mpyon;y.s ,All th&., items wer
COUNTRY EDITION. CURRENT NEWS. BURIED UNDER STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
ST C NTRY:EDLITIN. .- .' ^ , : - . ...... ..; - . CLURPNT NEIWV. SBURIE UNDEI STRAW. r. J..Suith.,.a; farmer. residiig, in .Alansford district had a some Itl t Iunpleasanit )xplerienco Tuesday, IN wras bringin a load of hay into.the 4-n qn a:litht wanbli, and lie was seated on ton of the load. - When comr i ur lp the sliuht incline at Skiddaw corner, the load. which: was rather ilihnv for the vehicle. s'hifted and the framini, comiin into contact with t-he wlieel capsizd'the was?on. Mr. Silith jas precipitafil t to the roiid and tblie whole load of hav came over on Iop of.him, completely burying him. j'ortun'atelv 31r. Claude Trigg came a lonal shortlv after' tlh' fccident aind sistedin.:extricatin,, MIr. Smith from qtls perilous predicament. The shaft ,f the Wiaiziuoli wis broken but no othei ldamaie'was 'done.- :
ELECTORAL CANVASS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
S ,FLECIOt.A L CAŽiNVASS. Y `iAn electoral OciAnvass for the enrol nient of State electors will be under tken in the tosn and district shortly and will be cols cted: somewhat on PiVilar lines to thiat carried out in nhnection.with·tthe ,Federal rolls a couple of'vears aco. M" embers of the fi lice force. will leave an. enrolment i 'orm at each house and the house ]idlder will be reouired to fill'diL, the `aiames.of every person residing ili the louse. ,who is, over 21 years of age, ha canvas?s belga conducted at thie resent time. will ensure every pe-son ititled to vote 'beina enrolled prior to next eeneral'elebition. whether their ai[mesareii'-'biithi'ioll at thlipresent 'ine or not. "4 1....
PROTECTION FOR MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
SPROTEOFION FOR MINISTERS. As tpkical of the strong precautions adopted by:the authorities, it may be mentioned that the members of the cabinet in Pretoria:. ae:, accompanied evdrywhliro"b' armned'.escorts., The' Govelnment' has: forined a mo bile cdlumn :df: 200 -war. veterans for emergencyservice at any ,point. Nono of the burgher force dre statiooed at Johannesburg, -the defence of- which ihas been manly handed over to En~ lisli volunteers. General. Smuts, Minister for Fin aice arid Defence,ini address to the onimittee of:PIublic Safdty -hero to day~.sdid that the Government was loth to pse the burghers in .Johainnes burg because it feared / that they would not tolerate what the Imperial troops tolerated without firing during the:riots of:last July.?'
NO BREAD FOR SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
NO I3BRIEAD FOR SOLDIERS Mr. Andesroni thb"Pirasieiit of the Bakers'. Union, announces that cll bread baked frbm noon: to-morrow. will only be delivered' on a per mit signed by himself. No bread will, oo.delivered to .members of -the de fence force or to the police. It is estimated that there are about. 0,000 active mombers . of the def66co force and, reserves under arms in the Transvaal, Orangeo Free State,. and NorthernmNatal. Thesoe men are largely either former,, irregulars or burghers,.and consequenitly are war. veterans. - ,Taonty thousand troops are concen trated 'a, Johannesburg und- along the R eef .- : - , -, : - Several thousand troops are sta tioned at Protoriaanod similar disposi tions liave been made ,:at other cen tres.. The remainder are employed ,n pickotting 'and patrolling several thousands of miles of main railway lines.'
THREE PROVINCES UNDER MARTIAL LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
THIREE P1OVIS UNDER MAR ' :LA. : As'soon as thli general tiiko wan: announced, a Governmint proclama tion; isa cipected placing the Union, '6r at least portions' of it,undei" nar-' tial aoaiit. A.t midiight thoe anticip it - et':liioolamation wa? issued. Th'e'Cape 'rovince is not affected,but all of' th principal districts of the Transvaal, the. Orange Free . State, and'n Natal, through which main lines :pass, are now under martial-law. The places concerned include Durban Pl'ioterniar itzburg, .Bloemfonteiu, Jolhannesburg, and Pretoria..'.' ;; `
ENTHUSIASM IN CONFERENCE ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
EN, HUSIASAMIN CONFER The Federation delogaites sat till 'i tlithrBiii *ith i'lo0cd 4oidors : Wiei the .:idecisionin. fa'vor of -'k i genieral strike6 wi. A linnounced; -thero were scenes, of,? the ,-greatest -enthdlisiasiii aithin th:e counci -roomi SThe delegates jumped up, waving thei i? ats. ad hiindkerchiefs, 'ind cheeringoci ferously., One:bxcited de-. legate tirust hisi head throigh the indon" arid i slio"iitod 7'diiiiimous.'t; A crowd, of 5,000: was ,awaitiiiig tside, but:as they did- not guessd'what:w es meant by this single word, they made no "demonstratioil~.!'" : :.
SOUTH AFRICAN CRISIS GENERAL STRIKE ORDERED. EXCITING DEVELOPMENTS EXPECTED. MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMD. ARMED ESCORTS FOR MINISTERS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Johannesburg, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
SOUTH AFRICAN CRISIS GENERAL STRIKE ORDERED. EXCITING DEVELOPMENTS ' ... Ej?'i;EXPECTED;-h '1= .2 ' SMARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMOD.: '"ARMED ESCORTS x FORc MINISTERS ? Reue' 'rTeleýgram.) Johamnesbu"rg, Jan:• 13. l-';1 Unionists' inSoiiuih Africa': have beaw ordred totceeaso sork'ý 1t. hbad oe en geitrally expectedro eo?day 5that lhe crisis. of.the ,strlkeiwould be pre cipitated to-morrow, but events inarohed nmore quickly,3 'and late 'to imght it was announced thsttho 'e deraetidii o[f T¶Crades' conference in, Jo- hiloneburg4~! d decided, to decl]ri_ general striko tlroughout South i 4 ille,,conlferdieho was f€ (snfluenced in its dooisbntyay thie re'sul?L of the bal lots takenh by 'ithe miners and: allied unions,' ihich sh'owed ai large mhajor Vty iun favorlot? a gengral Gtopp?ge' of Work: O na' fo? 'miines,` however;, the mcajorit~ of the ne'n .voted against a strike. Troops are being, encamped -in the vicinity of these mines so as to afford adequate proteotion should any men!"wish , o c...
The Warrnambool Standard. PUBLISHED DAILY. Price—One Penny. THURSDAY. 15th JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. WESTERN DISTRICT FACTORIES' CO-OPERATIVE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
The 1WarrnambooftStaFrdard, iPUBLIHXED DAILY. l: PpIaloeiOnc Pinny. THuRisDAY. 15th JANUARy. -- a, ------~ CURRENT NEWS. WESTERN I1)ISG'RII' FACT'OIIEs' S COOPERIATIVE CO. 'A meetin i of directors of the Wes tern )istrict Factories' Co-operative P'roduce Comoanv waslIhld] in Warr nanmbool vesterdav; Thereo'were pres ent--The clhairman 1(Mr. T. M3cCul. Inluli). and Ilessr.. Roach. Black. How. Little. Inikin. 1. Crowe, C. Sinison. Verv .satisfactory repo-t" ere ' resented concernin, the Com oPv' l.busine.ss andl tile markets. 'r cheues uaid aivwv durinr tihe last nllolth fr hlltter. chleesn and produce amn?ounted to ,£123.000. heine a record tfr thlt ,nrtieulrn month. Thle man ager M'I .. . j. Osbornle. presented 'his renort. on ] vis it to Enaiand, and tils 'a' considerd rerrv ermprehienl hive and valuable. It was further re Mired that tllh rvaiiou bral c anchs tile Colnnllv's b1u.sin'ess were doing rerv'satisfacjrilv. 'It'was shown al.si that the Ibox factory was working ;It a ubsti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
* ~PEDIO POMADE.'. I.) `-bna pIIoatam destroyu head "ver mnin-hkji nMit bealu ores, 0nur Ringwcrl. If 'off.rod aubatitut0' say ctntyNO! Dou~d1 and Jiakm, OEstinat. :W_ amboood, gel "Pde" ir/' 2.816; .ad writh nit comb dd. MIWL "For years -we :have been using Chamberlain's Cough IRemedy,". says Mr. Herbert H. MWoodhead, Went worth, N.S.W. "We have si chil- dren and never use anythlng else for the treatment. of coughs, ;colds': and bronchial complaints.. I confidently recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to everyone more especially to parents, who liks mnyself have young children's health to safeguard. It never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by all chemists and store keepers. 9UFF.WEED AGONY WITH HEAD .. ACHES. "*I highly recommend Ohamberlain's Mble.te. to' anyobne who sffers.. from a.diois," says Mrs. M. K. Berry. Marlborouigh Rd., Victoria Valley, Tasumnia. I iuffered agony with hmadiches and tried a?lmost every thing. Nothing did me any good until a friend recommended Ch...
UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
uNIVrIMSgy I:EXlAINATIONS. Furthr etur from th niers Sity e available, and show lille results by te stulents at thile Warriambool 'Aaricultliral Ii'li Schliool at th re rient examinatiiqs:?,hree. studeniit oat for tldrawii'furi Senior Publice and two secured lhouor.-Svlvia ]'rice and .Robert Knox. NinieteFh stident' sat for Junior Public En'hli?h. ...'lhr.. rauined distiiction-.\, Winni' Conole, Alice Crow-and William Munro--and Seleven others Passed -Anio Arthur, - (race )llmner. Ionic' Onrman, igel lmshaw?v. Lesli - Hairdie. Arthur Ien derson. Beatrice Le :Commtemir 'Ida lnbt.. Jean ltalu.m- illiani Whll mid Ivy Wilson. So far eight aIsoi Passed time Juonior Publie Aggie: Ar thllur. ?Eileeni Coa.liz.r Grior : m).....er, Leslie 'Hardip, ?'atrice Lo Contour, Ida Pluhmbe. Davo Watson m Nliyl .I, Wilson: and thrie mravo matri ulmdated. Eileen Crow Robert Knox and Slvlwa Price.:. r ioamdSli
A PECULIAR CASE. LOSS OF MEMORY. PROSECUTION FAILS. Melbourne, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
: A PEULIAR "ASE. "LOSS :O MEMORY... J:?, R .POSECUTION FAILS.. ,s!. A ' elb' ieb ,, Jan.. 14. '. City CIourt today man na ind1 David :IIlegaryt:'ias eclhargod 4tlivthinflicting ? l'g vibuub6dilsybriil o an a omaiOnaJniodJuaiaMahoiyiY wiho'iiad lived ?,t iin. * lThetwiiomaii as admittedl." to, the 7delbohriie: Hospita: in' a serious con dition bt ias ],era injurieshad'. rsult d' ict' complote lose of memory, and no nn' eiiseia coioild say ..nho oaiuserd. them, tie ?court dia?nhargod Heg'arty;;
DUTIES ON BOOTS. BIG INCREASE SUGGESTED. Melbourne, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
DUTIESON BOOTS. BIG INCOREASE SUGGESTED;. S Melbourne,. Jan. 14. Atto'.sittii of tho inter-State Com nission to-day, -Arthui -W hybrow, Ro bert Perry, and Jdiph.Florey, boot 'mahiifcthrrs?.: gaove ,furthr' owidence n sup port of increased protective du ties.' 1ey admitted the increases, ask _d;for represented 20 per, cent on the ,present duties, but, said, 'while they w?ere only affected by, importations to theo extenit df 14. per cent., .the ques-' ton` of prejuidicehad to bo considered. A fair profit'tdniaiiufacturers on their turnovr as5 er as cena
A.W.N. LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
Al W\.N LEAGUE. , .neetinmo o. tihe Allansford Branch nfihe A'.W.?A L.aanu'o will: he held inethe Allansford ,lechanics' Institute on! Saturdi?a at 2 30Qvm .. - : t .- +~s~c C· I h k0R'I'1ND 11"MaCJ noTh rre i?tanjne fpr?i`"he Portland Ilaces. to o ??hehl on Thursday 12,th 'Fobriaryv. `anijeac"iiin our advertising corilumns. EuiitrieC; clos au 10 p im on Thursdav. 29tli ainuiary, withtlie Sec TýtaiVrT4 einhs mvill .be loebrlish~i1tr - "th ' '+iiudj " '"t '+ "t .,. iir. +. ,+ + , .. . , : + ,, ,+,1 + ,'
TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
c ,TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING : ANNOUNCEME~TS. Sr. . TJ.. TVilliers ishes the public to remember that he is sellint:the best in chin: aniid laissware ht very low prices: r - Mr.: S:'B: AS B otome.v; ontician; is now~,in -'arrnambool. and may be consulted at the Commercial Hotel, all day to-day (Thursdalv). M-r.:' F. Sack:i Warrnamhool, inti mates. that he .will . :ersoily.. test clients' evesihlit oi ,3rd andi 4th Feb T'enders are invited.for the supply of tea toithe Warrnamboo Hospital. S31r. M. J;..'ate.' architect; invites tesdere-,or timber-framled. lathe and plastii'rreside'nceiri Rvot. ': .....
A FATALITY AVERTED. "DROWNING" GIRL SWIMS OUT. Sydney, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
A FATALITY-AVERTED.' "DI)RO IN~G" GIRL SWDIS:.OUT. Sydney. Jan. 12. As 'the Manly steamer Balgowlah was leaving Manly wharf vesterday af'.. ternoon a twelve-vear-ohl'iirl was seenm to slio from the end of the cargo wharf: and disauear: in 'the water. Three young men dived into the water and made for the snot. but meanwhile the girl's head anneared above the water, and she confidently turned . on her back and floated until she regained lier breath. Then she struck out for the wharf crosstrees. from, which she 'was rescued. The trio of would-be rescuers was loudly cheered.
LOAN FOR BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
1 LOAN FOB'BALLARATI At a meetine of Ballarat East Coun cil on Monday. Cr. Pearce nave notice of his intention to move for the pre paration of vlans for certain works preparatory to the flotation: of a loan for the carrvine out of extensive con tracts in the town. including imnprove ment ihn connection with sanitation, purchase of road makine machinery and extensions of the Town Hall and other public buildings. It is stated that -the pronosals of Cr. Pearce will receive the unanimous support of his colleagues.