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THE POLITICAL ARENA. Melbourne, Jan. 10. MR. WATT AND HIS OPPONENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

-THE POLITICAL ARENA. Melbourne, Jan. 10. MR. 'WAg'" AND HIS OP 'PONENT..: - At the present moment the atten tion of "all' hose who follow Federal politics at all closely is centred on tht, Victorian elections. Several' members of the Watt Ministry who accepted portfolios the othel day are being op iosed, as they have to resign 'their seats.. on assuming office. Amongst those who have to fight is Mr. Watt, the Premier: His opponent is Mr. Keane, a Labor man, who is a bona fide manual worker, and is not in the pay of any union or league. Mr.Keano is a fair speaker, just about up to thie not very' high level of the State Parliament, whose members speak a good deal worse than the best men in any country debating society, which the writer has visited. He was prac tically unknown when .the. campaign began. At. any rate I, who happen to live in the conistituency, did not ' know 'that lie existed till his candid ature was announced. When an old newspaprerman says that, it means that the ma...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOXER'S DEATH. OPPONENT ACQUITTED OF MANSLAUGHTER. (Reuter's Telegram.) Los Angeles, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

BOXER'S :DEATH. OPPONENT ACQUITTTED OF IMANSLAUGIThER. (Reniter's Telegram.) Los Angeles, Jan 14. .ll'o. trial wnas concluded ,loro to day of '"Jess" Willard a box'or, "on a charge of nianslaugletor arisinig out of the death of "Bill" Roberts, who dIed aftor :ii knock-out blow, received durinn a boxing match with Willard. ?he jury, 4ftor deliberzating all last night, rtuitirnied " i verdict of not guilty, aind Willard wa' diiiahargod.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR DAILIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

7 LABOR DAILIES. .-in; Victoria. and New South' .Wales -where it:needs them most--Lablor has no dailies. -'It-seems absird that the menr whod support Labor shohll' waste hundreds of toibusands' annually on strikes, and shiold not have their own political organs. Even when they got them, they starve them. In 'a mania the:printers -of, the "Daily .Post," a Labordpap6ristarted a few years ago, are out on strike. The S'Post" declined to give the wages de manded, and the humor of the posi tion lies in the fact,, that the Labor paper's men being dissatisfied-it w?s piiblishlieldiibsmaller forni in the oflicB of the Hobart "Mercuriy"-probably the most conservative,paperi ,in any part of the Englishl-speaking;{ orld. Tlhe amount, of talk thers',has:'beeni about the New. SoiitlL)JWal?es.'daily which is to be, is amazing;Mr.Hugh:s, rlio is tho' brain of the .pirty!thro -s a little light on theHihbjecti?iin Ihis book: "The Case for Labor.,': ;:

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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TELEPHONE LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

TELEPHONE IJNES:, " r.h .-Agar -V-ynne,- the?,Postmaster General,. is endeavouring ??o t ;reuuce the cost .of q oonstructng ,telephone i:lines--a cost which is said..to bo very excessive. Whether it is, 'oiiF nibt ex 'cessive, I do not know, hutthe mat-' liltods of the Departmnent5are 'i lightly erratic. To a workign jiouiirnhlisti a phone is a necessity :F'orifamily rya isons I have to liveo-on~ trsee a'littl'e fI rth?er froi lthifG.1P.O.than I should choosd'i"I b'hatd only nmyselfito considur. WIhen asked about, the itransfer of my 'phone the oficials told mitho cost. would.mbo£20_.Their notaion was thai in order to carry a line across an old time three chain 'roaid' sonie' 50-yeiar .old rotted telegraph posts ~ wiould ha ve to be remdved, and they *'pleasantly suggested that 1 should defray- the whole cost'of'improving that part-?,f . th5,Istem 'ithin.:sixLmiles of tLhe rity: :After 'amy explaining' my vica of .the position witlh perfect frankness they modified their:.] demandd. ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

NORTHE iN ,TI RITOR I. Some silly articles are -being pub lished in certain . papers ':bout the -coductof officials in the Northern Territory. It is suggested thait they spend most of their. :time drinking iand playing billiards..: -Just onoe of those officials I knoinr ntiiaitely, anil. lie is a man whosewiidyou dcan take. liHe tells menc thaif the'ofioials'.in the Territory do not break : ithlies their backs or their lieiirts willih hird work. but theyi do what in such a clii-: ito °`' is'a` lery- -' fair---- stroke. The whole social'systein'is very:funny. IThe other day 1 went to the smartest editor in uAustralia, arid told him ;ot certain: rascalities , ,which, affect the iiappiiness of hundreds of p'oplo in the Northern Tlerritory. He said, "Oan't touch it old man wouiild' liklto 'as well as you would, buht there might be a libel atiion.' We can't'-'affordrtd pitch into any but State concerns. My di-' rectors are muffling their' ? ?ows busi ness shockingly,;and for eier telling...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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POLITICAL ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

POLITIOAL O1?GtSA TOSAI "TIO In Victoria. a little while 'biak the organisation of the Liberal Party ivas fully equnl;i to that of the Lab?r Party.i ,Recentl'3theore has been a siihI'kd-slatkiing. This is du to tlih growing" impressioIn in the iriiads i of middle-class electors; /that' the parby politician, like the professioliim: cric keter, is simply out to play 'tie game for whoever pays'!hilm'best': .?' Labor niaintains its organisatiohn imiiuh blet ter because it works-through uniems which lave airns which are not politi cal, and which affect a"-'iian's' bread and butter. Anothlierdifficulty/of the Liberal Pairty is that a nuilmber+of wo men 'havo' wearied -ou-unpaid canvasd sing.,, ,

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATER CABLES. THE LULL BEFORE THE STORM. Johannesburg, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

S LATER CABLES. THE LULL BEFORE THE STORM ., . Johannesburg, Jan. 14. Tie dull day at the Trades' Hall yestorday, was. described by tho min ers:,secroetary as,tlhe lull before' ,the storm: Apart from encouraging tele grams from oll quarters, there was no excitement.. Sdvoial,.heads of departments in various, industries ·visited theo Execu tivo' Labir. Federition and discussed .the ermsitis.bonsidered'essential- to, prevent trouble and damage to. pro perty., -

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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POSITION IN CAPE AND NATAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

POSITION IN CAPE AND NATAL. ,Work at thie docks at: Capeown i proceeding as usual. Some of the strikers at the. Silt -iver sworkshops. have already gono ,?ack : , '.' Half of the Natal'railhay eniployes' have left their, work. Tile strikers are mostly employes at the workshops. .The triiin service in Natal continues normal :? ; . ,

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DYNAMITE ON RAILWAY. Johannesburg, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

DYNAMITE ONi RALWAY. Johannesburg, Jan. 14. SAn armied patrol- sw a, man plac ingjdynamitd on.,.tho .railway near, :Geordg. ihistationio p'aro fired, ,butrfiisd.tli-;numri', Whoi',was.,identi- , fi'l nd.Nskap ..ed . . , . *. .*. " ' II ' " I

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE BREAD SUPPLY. Johannesburg, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

TIY BREAD SUPIPLY (i TI Johannesburg, Jan. 14.- With 1reference4 to tl? -bakers' un, bon's roliibition eohncerningl the Isu?k 1ply-at -bread'-for imembers of" the de tenca fore;and tlie plolice ir. "Quinn,' MI?P.,`wfho is ond-of ith1i largest" bak ers. inJolhanne?lii'rg, declared es terday that- it- would-be quite --ir osisbla. to ..recognse thishsprohibition., He i'ieuld hiniself, ii?ith volunteerdgo to tho bakehouse and mrmke bread, first to supply the hospitals, and ifter that other places would receive " tihe best" attention possible,'-: --- lr." Quinn added that, he aintci pa idd ?the Fb8ral ? maliufathrers? cdulidf kcpt tlf'toih'stificiently supplijed.:' 4 100 tons offoodd and fruit arrived at joliiananesburg- tod dy ,ý ';o -"

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING DISASTER. LINER'S PERILOUS PLIGHT. 150 LIVES IN DANGER. (Reuter's Telegram.) St. John (N. Brunswick), Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

SHIPPINC DISASTER. LNER'S 'PERILOUS PLIGHT. (Reuter's -Telegram.) ,St. 'John (N. Brunswick) Jan'.14;, Til6" Boal filiil sfeimer Cobequid, bound from the ,West Indies to;Hali fiix, No?a ;Scdtia',' misshore; on' Briar; Island,'off the Neur Brunswick coast. Wireless messages from the liner re ported that the position of the vessel ws'i:highlldaniigerous,; aind that" slih' had 160 ,persons aboard., As soo as the newsw'as received, tugs'.were despatched to render assist-: ance. A terrific storm is ragng, and the aniety 'ha been greatly increas ed.bgy the .cessation of the. wireless messages frbih ito steamer.It is great lI feared thaitslio ,has gone down with :lln h board. '.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSITION IN CAPE COLONY. SALUTARY EFFECT OF MARTIAL LAW. Capetown, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

POSITIONTN LOAPE COLONY. 1 SALUTARY EFFEcY, OF MAR TIAL'LAW: " , 'Capetown Jan. 14. L The situation at Salt River and other points in-the province is"rather setter this morning. The 'proclamation of martial law in lioe Žorthern, provinces and its exscoptionally ilrastic (rgultions. are? supposed to lie~ haviu:a steiidying ef fect on waverers. :.Th general-:strike order, issued- by theo Labouir Federation~ applies ?? for the present;'on?l to theTransvaal andil the. Orange River Colony. It is: tn dersftood that-tlbthi ap~e s`i Federiitioni is ill chll:a general strike in:the Cape trovihnce, nor not;, socording, to cir oumnstance.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN WITHOUT WATER. ALSO IN DARKNESS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

TOWN WITHOUT WATER , ALSO IN DAIRKNESS ' (Reuter's, Telegram.) Owingto. .dnJa n 13dntt'.tlie ton1 numplnpg station, tho/wtrsupply (f Lismore has been cut of'ietowoit nnacticallyl vwitliot i b ad there is no gas nor elcbtricity.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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ELECTORAL PURITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

Mir. Oldhaiin,: th ' OiefI 'Electoral Officer. of the.Cohimonwealth, makes very str6ng and definite titenents :s to tlho hysterical talk's'' abouit roll ituftilg, imporsonation ;andrso on, which some of'tlhe'papeirs:iindulged if-. ter thoe; last election: Ihn the ;evideii?oe hli: ,ae ,before thelSedate' he said: "Ouir inquiry disclosed nothing of an "abnormanl.cliarneter. We look for ward to froni 2 to.3 decimal per cent" of errors in thie marking of the rolls in connection witll a general election. "We hid 7541 ýolling places, and. ia error of less than one per. polli'ig pice inll the Iarking of the rolls." SAll Australians who are not part. mad.will bo.glad that 'theo onor " . the electors. is .vindicated. This weer :there has been ri markably littl tfh srif ;n.liout,, bliar'the" holidays a're oror,";~ i'd" 'fter' Thuirda'jy-next, if tbh Victorian bye-elections go as expected' 'woshaoll bo in thi thick. obthe'fight.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

" PERSONAL Residents, of b iarrnsmbiol and dis tict .ti .fel keen synmpathy fori Mr; ;Stranig, of 3Melbouire; an'd'lite of Sarrammbobl, in the second sai be reaveinent' which ha" s befalleI*n' him d(lring;iti'he pa.st t fowi weeks. Last' ii.uitl n his wif6epassed away, and news : hias just bee. receivced ..that one f his' sonls, Albeit' rictor, "whe iWas ' weirl 'knw' 'amiijngsli tr:te Youilger generastion in -11- rriambool as Victor, wasi'acci-' dentally: drowned. at King's Oreek ' Queensland, on Sunday. The deceased left -Warinambodl" ' about four years ago, 'and for'hibbut *threo years was 'working- inR'ai inotoc gairgn6o ii' M3el :bburne.,-. Last.; May.lio .'went to' Queensland andftook iup farming. For: some months lio was working at New farm, near Brisbano, aend dnlv recently he wrote .to.a.Iriend.jin.,Aurrnambool stating that ho and a mate were about ;i starts ftrming ni n thoir, ;own iaic1 count. T'n (deceased nss about : 2 years ofr age. ; .. (, r G olistable E.- Horn,who' ...

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MORTLAKE SHIRE COUNCIL. Friday, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

MORTLAKE SHIRE. COUNCIL. Friday, 9th January. - y. Present: Crs. ItR: A. D. Hood (Pr, sident), T. Montgomery, Wells Brum Icy, C.: W. Clifford, : W. Mofftt,- W. J. T. Armstrong, W. T. Allen, .G. 'l~hiutpson and T. W. Bailey. . CORRESPONDENCE .. From W. C. Rowe; re weighbridge for Nerrin,and forwarding particulars us to type,etc.-Taken with engineer's report. : From Mlessrs. Brumley Bros., ,J. MecWilliia and H; Williamson, ap ,lying for renewal- of . slaugl~tcrm licenses.-Granted Cr. Thompson said there was a slaughter house in East, Framlinghai,, but .the shop was ii Warrnambool Shire. Was it registered?--The secret ary. No.-Cr. Thompson moved, aad Cr. Allen seconded, that the attention of thrtnspector be called to the mat ter.--Carried. ,From Pubjic Helth Dep'artment,re epecting proposed additions to Roman Ottholic Church at Mortlske.--Bfer red to the engineer. From T. G. Oates, secretary Teraig Schools' Excursion, applying for pub. lie holiday in Parishes of Kolora,Kcil ambute, G-a...

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THE WEATHER. SEA BREEZES PREVAIL. Melbourne, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

THE WEATHER. ;'": S EA.IBREEZES PRIVAIL. Melbourne. Jan. 13., "Sea breezes"atid'sunshine1-with a fe lirhit.fleecv clotids'floatiilrlazilyfigave pleasant weather cdnditioinsint.he me 'troiiolis'.toadar. :Thethiehest tmpera-a tur b,'uto b u? :m wa .?r . . '?leuioits from thle northeir areas ` tl1hei?ntinent 'show that f?frtlier usef il falls''if 'rrin' have falleniover the dry! nreas'of southlern' Ouesnsland .and ANet 'Snuth :Wales' froni ohalf sn- inch to an intlh beiin, recorb'(led at manvyl.places. r.P " -Hi.: .Hiiio.Coinmonwealtli MIe teirbolotist.':stated to-day that the de I?ressimt whieh' caused, the i recent dis ttreied eiii ditibionhad ?ho uassed to t' lieeaso? and-th?a- neather was-beinlg :cottrolld:h;bi a 9'hieh,," centred over the Greit _'t?uiistia ia'Bietist.This would "jive i'colitithlitrlv wtinds-atd fine' con. ditiblit: for'.iat:1' st hadther-'24 hours, after whlch the temperature might bh exlpected to sarm upl aaain. -, . . , ?.? ,..

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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AUSTRALIA'S NEW STAMP ORDER FOR D.E. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

AUSTRALIA'S. NEW STAMP ORDEJJI;F1OR Di R;':'::(Beuter's Telegram.) order for London, Jn. 13. Tho order for th -dio for tho new Cnmnmownea'y h peonny, stamp has been plhed-Crith.-Measr-. Perkins, Bacon pand o.=. Ltd. engrayors,: of 1"4South wark Bridge road, o z

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

LLE SAL·. .E :;- k. 1 A J. '+", ' •t' I s ° I { .• '. ,, ,,., - :?--?;.?.?- '. ..? '. "F + ". ý a; s G +" a f ti r H r ..... , .· _· . .. .. ...ii.i ?. .., - [ - " :".G ', .? ,.:, ? ? 1+ :'. ... !I~:: RASTO --- "LY ANDAVOID'ALL RE.: + AL. VICTORY. .............R ,.: IS IN TH MORNIN:'..i DISAPPO"INTM....NT . ? ' , 7 ?++ '.;i?+:+° 7 + ? + ++?: . . . ' " +' - " ' . + ' . ..... . .. ' ..... ... Z''+. :+ :"?:,?" ', : :i :I ; '- , :?;m +: ,,+u ' +r 7 ?, +b , • + , . . . : i .. . . o.; ?0 +?O ? a .. T _ ___ _ _ . ,, ...+ +:+++;!;+ ? ?+..+. .+ ?T +A:++'+ ... '..... ?65' ?:4?:. .+ t · ..... ·1 • --+ .. + • ! . , + . b . ? ; . . . ... "·ii;im·+ .. ... ".` .. ... .. . . - .: : . , . ... . . . .. + ' .. . ? . . : . . . . +. ?--u,? *,.,,? ..v ? >,*+.g , .,t.a, ....? '-,? v -+-.?a.+- <:i,,? ?,_.?r. ," :;:'?a+ :+?;.g,+? .,.. .-? ; " +',:" , " : ": ".. . .:,- :+'J?,'2,,. . . . .{? !i+?-{ r""+ " ' ' +' , +? e. '+t ?+?," + ?,;.,_ ?¢; L + , ;: ' . ' - + . . ' : . ,+ "Challenge" Prices in...

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SHIRE TENDERS. EAST AND SOUTH RIDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

AsT .AND SOUrTH mIDINGS. Cr, O'Kti?fe t?,lq at the Shire Hall;"estorday ?aidd i.,ene'?:3tenders for th:e su pply,q f ,l elnanido mtnt?i in the? Southli ti and for certr "' road ;work, in ,I st?'riding. ? r, ecctifiiW'eof tihe lweest fender inI each casoe was held over pending the decisionitof tiho Main Roads .Board regarding:iioads in tile Shire. .-Ap penrded is a list of the lowest tenders received - :: SOUTH iRIDING. Su~ppilyin:: iaintonance' nmctal: on Geelong 'radi . LoW ng; '£180. : Three tenders.:' ': . -: jS?pplyiin l rnittenance metal. On various roads:' W., Primmer; £138/10/ 10d.' Oiljy tender: Su'pplying mitaintennco niortal on P arlknsons i t:Koroi.t .find Yarptirrk Ssdlhool roeidi ;W Prinimer, £117/101 Only0 - tender 'Supplying: miintenance metal on S l toad tir 1 McNeil and rog,. £122?1i, :I"n tpnders: . " 'Sdtpiplyr ient~nteirnsce metal or Bdlfast'rboad;:dtiio 2: i 1cNil:and Porter, £551. Only tender. :'?'rSirpplyini maintenance' metal on "Belfast road,' section 3: McN...

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