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TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. . Jauanese'Fete. Botanic Gardens, E. itries ciloae fors Koroit ?Picnic "The Dnndias." Town Hall Ball and suner. Panmuire Mechan M: 'Meeting of islopkeeoers and others interested in ,the -Eicht Hours' .Day ho'lida`y:. Cuncil Chaimbers "8 p.m: Veekly stock sals, at K orolt, 'by eessrs. O'Brien Bros. and:Mlurch ani Taylaior .
EIGHT HOURS' DAY HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
EIGHT HOURS' DAY HoLtfDlii : t -?- the last meeting. of'.? ie'Town ý,-Council.a letter was rereUedf ffromithe , combined Unifions.. of' D.Wirrnambdool, ": askinm that 'iav. 11'be proclainied 'a D ublic holidav in connection with-the anniversary of Eiiht Hours' Day. Af ter some 4iscussion a motion was car ried that' the flatter 'hlid"referred fo' Sthp OCh'amhitb &lt;f4Cpnnmieri6. and thi, b ^ lvibereauest~d -tb -call a--meetijnj'6£ shookeeiers': and'others interested to :endeivor' to'co6e'to6 a'dedcision .as to the, moat suitable ?atdtb'lie bberýved.' h. Ti meetine is dalled ' or'tihis eveniiig in the Town Council Chambers,. and it :is honed that all interested rwill at; ** tniid;-. * l : '*^,A *''4·c " .'*
THE DANDIES TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
.TTHE DADIES TO-NIGHT. * Ih announcement, that Mr.];' Ed wy rdi Bransedt6ba' versatile enter " tinrsf d nds, aire fo'apposr. '«t>PownsHv all to1iighlt,lhissset loca? ro bidentson a quii vivo of expoctatidn. The bright, breezy . class of enter tainment supplied by these clever art iststt; St. Kilda is wellU known, in.l tlhe vord "Dandies" lhas become a hloisolebld word in Victorian homes. . any, of tlio noumers are specially wiittri'-for'thd'Danidies;'iiid ond can always rely on; pimithilg new and original at theso bright entertain lents. Thl droll. comedians, Harry Do Robeck, Gordon Lennox and Dan Hardieo iave a wonderful selection 6f: sketches and burlesques, of which tlhey mae a.speciality, and they can bpi:isriad df i mostentliuhinsticvl: cone. Kate Checkett (soprano); andi laisio Gray (soubrette) are tw: charming ladies who sing si om' prety little songs, and -.perform.- dinty dances.. M.ay. Glaxy(cntralto), hasa riclji P horfil vpoiceand swill b& heard iIsomie b-caut...
HOSPITAL GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
HOSPITAL GIFTS. .Two dozen eees were left at the "Standard" Office yesterday for the W¥arrnambool Hoasdital. one .dozen, "eanhi? liWiTMss MarvEs ailnon Master, W i Wilzi'.' "Flowers. were contri btited by' Mr.r: . 'MCnollough,'M',issa A; .Mlstoo i' Hiss Laura- Colstpn' Lndud IMrs"'Da"Clnirk-e "A biar.el of papers qame tp hulid from Mrd.Swindley and the secretarv d?Siies`' td; acknowledq, the receiDt of aweekl su1Dnies'of'tlie ',W}eeklvTimes'dfrom Mr. Nagel.
BUTTER EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
BUTTR IEXPORTS.. ,Sinco'1st 0il ,10,918 tons of Vic teciau' hotter hvalucd, at ý1-201,098, lot `lre~,~s Of-tti to l 10,334 tons cj15a4 i ashipped for theU iite'd Kingdom, 95 tons for ' South Africh; and 4S9 tons for Eastorn and other ports.. Last weok 668 .tons of butter, representiniiga' vrit?nilef ~?3'260, R?s exported for itheIUnited-Kingdom. L
USE OF FREE NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
'USE OF'FREE NITROGEN.. Some"' of the .- European.i countries are i(particularly ':interested in .the manufactiire of'sulphiatd of ammonia. Sulphate; of ammonia contains, `io the average, .about 20"pericentiý'ni trogen;'; and- is quite frequently,; very eflicient fertiliser. '.A new plant for .the nmanufacture ':°of this 'highly nitrogenous fertiliser 'has just 'been organised in ;Norway with a capital stock of over two aind onle-half mil lion dollars: %It aims to turn' out an nually 40,000 tones:of sulphate!·To do so it will be'able 4to =use' enormous quantities 'of the'.free nitrogen of the air..:The farmer 1who -grows lucerne; clover;, cowpeads, 'and" other'igimes is every ?ear adding value"to the farm . and 'to the ''products ?'of'" the farm, '?for:'legumes "'are' transfo?mers *of'free: nitiogenLjust' as the ifactory is While sulphate of ammonia w`ill be used b? those 'in intensive frminzi operations:; it'will be many years be fore the - average~lrAmerican lfardme will need to r...
SWEET ORANGE JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
SWEET,ORANGE JAM.' Six large oranges cut invery thin slices remove the pips and put; into a preserving pan riPour over nine pints:, of water, and let stand all night Puiti on to. cooknext dayt and let boil until quite tender, then put in: ,Ib cryetati sugari and hcook for .aboit- two hours-or.utntil .it jellies. This, is swelltested recipe, and tho ghlyrecommended. , 1909:
THE DAIRY. A MAN WHO DOES THINGS [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
_- . THE DAIRY. A MAN WHO DOES THINGS. A year ago at a farmers institute in Highland county, Ohio, a man'got on the platform and read a paper on ensilage that could be written only 2 by one who knows. A man seated be side me scil : "That's 'Ja't White, . bachelor, but he's onto:liisjob." Af ter a year I am again tin:oHighland county in the neighbourhood of Jake White. I have been in Highland county but five minutes when "a good. citizen said "You must' see White's great dairy before you leave," and another said "White has the finest' herd of 150 Jerseys I ever saw.';;'''"'You can walk all through his stables .- 1'h bedroom slippers on --ad "coq.ie ooit clean," said antother ",When a-mil ; waggon passes some one says;i "That is White's." : - : ::_: Two. hours :before dirc one bright evening I wal'ked out ?-of ' Grenleel ! one mile ,to this great mil' estab lishment' A"day lanouirer in a stone jquarfy "milki'ng two native, cows ani carrying the milk .to customers afoot was the-lot. of...
CONGEALED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
CONGiEALED tMILK. Milk frozen intocubes weighing 20 oc,30 Pounds apiece is a new idea dopted: in ,the Braziliani province of Minas; Geraes; from :;which section Rio doe Janeiro" draws- most of its milk supply! says '.Tle Toronto," -Ont, Telegram.; The milk is steriliscd first and then is frozen into blocks. A:.number of these cubes are placed .in',cans' having insulated walls hold ing, about 300 quiarts. The caps are then hermetically sealed and are cool ,edt to 39.degrees Fah. It is said that milk shipped after this treatment will stand .a journey of- from fifteen to twenty days without injurious effect, and that :the melted mills blocks taste just like fresh ,milk.-~'The Milk Reporter."
THE MARKETS. Tuesday, 13th January. WARRNAMBOOL PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
THE MAiRKETS. ¶Tuesday 13th January. WAI?RNAMBOOLJ PIG LA-RKET. 'l'hq yarding consists- of 378 head, of wlich 50 wpro classed as stores.All forward met f'ith keen competitio:, and the market for prime baconers i\as about 10, higher than last week. flh demand was good right througa. and sales closed lirm at quotations. "Prime baconers brought from £4 to £4'5/6; light weights £3~15 to £3 "18; backfatters £.1/10 to £4/18/(i; for ward stores "£2/10 to £2/17; mediuam stores £2 to '£2/7/6; slips 25/.
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
MELBOIURNE SHEEP 1iARIKET. Fat Sheep: 32,000 yarded, compris ing 300 trucks and 1780 by road. A large proportion consisted of good and prime qualities. The market p ened with steady competition, when prices ruled firm while as sales pr-: gressed biddings became keener, hard ening to improved rates. Prime cross ured wethers 18/6 to 20/; extra 20/6 to 23/9; good 17/ to 18/; second from 15/; prime crossbred owes '15/6 lo '1; extra 18 to 20/, a few higher; good 14/ to l/;others from 10/;prime merino wethlrs 16/3 to 18/9; good 14/9 to 15/9; second 12/6 to 14/; -i Terior from 10/, with merino "ewes ? to'17/ l"at li~ibsv iore"penned,; whiclifter lised 'fiillyatef tes" Prime sold from 15/ tol/;-,pr'ime1horn 13/6'sto 16'; eotra'17/6to'&20f-; 'gob'd. 13/6' fo 1416; good- shorn12/--to 13/9; second and mferiao;from 9/.. .....
WATERWORKS TRUST. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
-WATERWORKS TRUST.o- OJRDIwNARY MEETING. -'The ordinary, monthly meeting of the Warrnambool Waterworks 'Trust was held at the Council Chambers Tuesday, and -was, attended- by the Ohairman (Com.Landmamn),and Coms. Younger, 1)eany, ; Bastian, Swinton, Webb, Kucks, Anderson, Henderson, M1arfell:snd Abbey. - ' An apology was received from Com. Smith.. . CORRESPONDFINCE.. *Froith C. Warrell, relieving engine driver, reporting on 'damage to por tion of the pumping plant, and.poinm ang out that the rate of pay under the'.wagesm board was time and a-half fdr' overtime,whereas he had been paid only time and a quarter. He also stat ed that his.time expired on the 9th January, and asked for-payment of tsid i"fare.-The chairman reported haviing made inquiries regaiding the cost of repairing the damaged dhood of the high pressure pump, and found that it would be about £20. It.was for the Trust to determiioe whiat steps should be~takhei to replace the cover. The miatter of paymenh to tihe engmin ...
BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
lBALLAIAAT STOCKI MAJBKET. } Cattle;: ,280, penned.. Prime. sold, i o 2£130; good to £0/ 5;im edium to 15 £8/5 best rows to £10/10; calves sold to Lo/lO. crossbred wethersm to 201 xotra to 22/6 'good to' 17/;" 'medium to 15!; prime crossbred es es to18/; extra to 20/7; good to 6/; best merinno weth ers to 17/6 good to 15L. 1.. Lambs 3?455 penned. rime to 18/6; oextra to 19/10 ;good to 161; ,usefal to 13/6; prime phorn to 13/.":
DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
S * FDAIRY^'PRODUOE ?:i ,. " V 11WESTERN DISTRICT:ICOMI ' 6PANY'S 'REPORT. - SThe Westtrn District Fiiactories' Co; operative Co. Ltd?-49-57' King-street, •Melbourne; report. ': " Butter: Mairket is steady 'at late rates, viz.: Superfine Westerns ll`d: per Ib., good"to prime"'id to lld per lb.; inferior qualities are lower. Cheeseo: The market is still over-sup plied, and large- quantities are coming forward. Large cheese are selling at 5;d:, ibd,'and 5 d. per lb ; loaf checse are from 51d'to 6d per lb., semi-ma? tured 6ld to 7;d per lb., choice mel low'inatured 8d to 8.d.- : bE3g?i 71d per dozen rprigate and special hnes'a little higher.