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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 — 15 January 1914
FATAL BOXINC; MATCH. SUltI' V01R' ON TtIAL. W: iASH i GTON A1 D COOK F F+IGHTING. (Reuter's .Telegram.) - . os Angeles, Jan. 13. ."liThe trial of 'J ess". \iiard in con ?ction rwith- he death of the boxer, "Bill"'.Young, was continued here to day. . , Counsel for the defence quoted the leaning towards cock-fighting of George ,Waslington, and., the partici *pa, fiini in bd6?n)xiI ;l ,13iitish;. rts men. Ho. contended that since the Marquis of Queensbury revised the rules of boxing, gentlemnen liked to taIkeopar` m t~ h sp'ort, but they did not liko prize-fighting., Tho'prosiectuting attorneoy answered that whether' George Washington approved of cork-fighting or not it did niot' apply:to the present day, as the la" had rhanged since the time of , ashiri SZO-."miliarly the lai- had changer inregaid 'to boxigg. :("Bfll" c?otig died in August last afterr ,lknock-out,' blow during a botx ing codtest?wirtlh ' iflard).
THE WANNON ELECTION. ELECTORAL ACT PROSECUTION. A FINE IMPOSED. Hamilton, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
THE WANNON ELECTION. ELECTORAL 'AC PROSECUTION. A FINE IMPOSED. Hamilton, Jan. 14. A case under the Conimonwealth Eledtoral Act was heard iat' thd local court to-day before the Police Magis trate, wehea Charleis A:' N McDonald, who acted as a sdrutineer foir Mr. Rodgers it the last, Wannoin 61ction, was obluged under seootion 1ia of toi Act with interferingi with an' elector. Janies Ilwreticeo, divisional return ing officer for Winnon; was ttui infoi mant; Mr. Westacott appeared for dlhe electoral authorities, and ..r: Sil berberg for the` defenice. D)efendant. pleaded not guilty. 'lt`omas Vyse, an elderly iman, from Arorat, gave evidence that he went to record his vote'oit 31st May for Coraugamite. He uiid a paper in his hanidwhen he entered the room, and a man snatclid it from hint and "broke" it. He could not any it was defendant, nor what was dri the paper. He could not road. Jdcln A. ]lodgers, poll clerkI, saw the man come into the booth with a card in his hand, which McDonald ...
AN UNFORTUNATE FIRM. TWO FACTORIES BURNT IN SIX WEEKS. Adelaide. Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
AN UNFORTUNATE FIRM. TWO FACTORIFS BURNT IN SIX WEEKS. Adelaide. Jan. 13. lMelville Ltd.. furniture manufac turers. were the victima.of a disas trous fire at their factory. ,lagill-road, Norwood. six weeks ago. the damage being estimated at £25000. The firm then obtained a lease of Miller's join ery works. Pavneham-road. and to night a fire occurred in their new pre mises. Within ten minutes the whole of the building, together with all its contents. including some valuable ma chinerv. was a heaD of ruins. The origin of the fire. like that which destrdved theo l ill-road fac tory. is a mystery. The firm's losses are heavv.
A PRISONER ESCAPES. POLICE OFFICER FINED. Lockhart. Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
A PRISONER ESCAPES. POLICE OFFICER FINED. SLdckhart. Jan. 13. At the local police court to-day, Senior Serveant Griffin was oharged by the" Inbtectorr-General of Police with allowinu as'risoner. one Henry McPhee. alias Henry McPherson, to esca"e fronm-custddv at Lockhart on 21st.December last. Inspector Draper, of Wacea, prosecuted. After, hearing the evidence. the police mh'aistrato fin ed defendaist.10! * In delivering iudment. the moagis trate spoke highlv of Senior Sergeant Giiffin- as an officer. and commented very stroily on:the action ofthe-po lice auithorities in not erecting an ex ercise vard at the local lock-up for prisoners in extremely hot weather.':
THE WEATHER. TEMPERATURE BECOMES WARMER. Melbourne, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
THE WEATHER. TE?LPERATURE BECOMES WAltMEI. Melbourne. Jan. 14. Settled weather continues in Vic toria. arid? itcordilin to Mr.' ?.H A. Hunt. Commonwealth [Meteorologist, fine conditions are likely to prevail for a few days uimeer. The highest temperature recorded at the Weather Bureau up to 1 p.m. was 75 degrees. .Mr. Hunt stated that the high pres sure centre referred to yesterday had made a rapid passane from the Bight to the Tasman Sea in the last . 24 hours. As it unassed further eastwards the winds over Victoria would veer to the north, and the temperature would rise. A depression was located still further to the west. but. owing to its position being some distance south of the continent. it was imo?ssible to say at present how it would 'affect Vic toria.
ELECTRICITY FOR COLAC Melbourne, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
ELECTRICITY FOR COLAC Melbourne, Janl. 14. Colalc'is toaboligshted by electricity, M Fr. F. Hagelthorn, Minister for PA -ilic?oItks;"intends, to recommeand tli' :Exosutlve Council"' a its next meeting to grant'an order under the SElectric' Ligit isid: Power Act; autl ioirisinig the: India Rubb'ir,-Gutta Per-. h oli iand. Telegraph Works- Company limited, t6 supply electric lighl .and powerto that township.
CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA MEAD SCORES 145. (Reuter's Telegram.) Johannesburg, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA S IE ADs iSCO 5E 1 ' .:Reuter's, Telegram.) Sru Joh JnnesburgJai. 1 S.Tht ;EglislrIdricke?. team pplayed p atuay. and MondTay. 'Tlihe ;home aide, batting first, ?ere alt) iut for 24 of whic Le Roux made 60 and Meint jms 87. The, M..0C, representatives responded with 330, C1 ,Pe ead scr ?ng-145 ands Douglas e73.; The Trans vaal. had -lost2 wickets 'for. 2l14when heavy rain: came on-and:the'..game cas consequontly abandoned; .THE BOOT TRADE. IT IS R ls PTE' CO1CISSION. 1 URTHEig " EýVIDENUE, TA T EN. "Meolberne Ja'ij 13. ieho Int~i-Stat` 'Ooinniii>i , con tiite$ its'sittinigy~toflay. - co ";Thoe ,Young kaaikiceks.; boot manu. fae?tuer, contintuing his evidence in eupport of increased protective nluites on oeots a?d shte; stated tOlat a good ac-ustratian ' bo ts; and if they ere stamiped as Australian 'they, coild only'bi sold if prohibitit-e duties 'were imposed On' the "`niprtod article.
THE MARKETS. Wednesday, 14th January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
• Ti [, , ,s• , , ; ' ednesday 14 'January SMARKET, I 1 rimno ipottoes are 6 quoted ..at £2 2,"t1er " xtb-,?gs'.'?i '?": ,pert;' --,.x '
BILLIARDS. REECE PLAY'S WELL, AND KEEPS LONG LEAD. (Reuter's Telegram) London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
BILLIARDS. " fcEECE 1LAYS WELL, A1D2 KEY dPLONGLE , (Reuteir's Teleiri-am 1 Londona Jan. 3.: Thoi'billi-d matc" h between` Tom feeco' (Englaid) anid .I eoge.? .Gray r(Australia) it'sa'.'continu d this.altert. nooii'ail evening. Th6e gamie i the third of " series eaach of 18,000 qp Gray cocedin 2,000 stai Reece W as again in fine form t-day'nd dc "fied, .the" effor'tso?df thoe Australianr- to make' up 1Di leeway. Gray coinpiled a break of 517,' .17 aio ..lece mainaged breaks' of' 417 nd 282.. A th. close of play ..tho-scores-wer: Reece (in eluding 27000 ha-t), 11,00; Gray, s". '1Lýýýi ":r.. ýS :týý
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
JADIIS I . Ladies lrasoo heaItl'.x is causing.therii anynioty dtai't r Jstiongly-'; advised to conmsult 11 M s.A.ill: Cliffrd, SuperinP terideit of the "Natura" Health Co., of 49'tlhizibetl Street?t Melliolirno and learn froin lierhow good health may be restored to theoni by. means of the ronllaerfl I taa'b 1a" Il6oiso Treaty antierd,":;lia'at has c?red so' inany thou ands of women and girls. No charge whatever is minide for the con?sultat' .ion or advice., N.B.-31rs. Clifford'. ':noeit isit' to; Warinanibool takes 'be??co i 'TUESDAY ',cd WIDNES DAY, 10th arid' 11th Forliiiary, '-hen 1h. inay bo seen at the Western Hotel friiom3 fo` 7.30 n.i. on the Tuerday,; and 10 to 7.30 on thei Wednesday. Sor the convenienceo of patients; and others,Mrs? C'Olifford w-ill carry :% full siip'ly f all mnedicini'e 'By 'sendinh, .2d. postage' to tho. Comnpany's Mel bourne Office, a valuable Healthi Guido'for'Women will :lbiosted Free. Address Dept. G1.-(Advt.). ANT" MAOAUI1AY S SYR8UP.-A umre cure' f...
AUSTRALIAN LABOR IDEALS. COMPANY DIRECTOR'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
`AUSTRALIAN LABOR IDEALS. COMPANY. DIREO(TOR'S VIEWS. The correspondent 'of theI Loniddo "D ily Telegrajih"' yesterday inter viewed IMr. Hosken,-managing direc tor of the South African Explosives Co. Ltd. Ho said the present unrest was largely dlue to the influence if Australian Labour ideas. Ho added that General- Botha` made the': initial mistake'at first of workingwith' the Labour Party in his anxiety to defeat theUnionists.The Labor Party thought it had the., (Government'sresupport, heniob'.tlieho~iotins irht'ch .oiciiird. in' July. The Government was now reap ing a whirh?ind, but , the strikers were certain to beo defeated.'
VICTORIA'S GOVERNOR. AGENT-GENERAL ENTERTAINS. APPOINTMENT EULOGISED. (Reuter's Telegram). London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
VIGTOlIA'S GOVERNOR. AG1fNT'-GLNERtL. EN'TEILTAINS. AIIOINTMENT. EULOGISED: (Weater's Telegram). London. Jan. 13. The Hon. Peter McBride, Agent General for Victoria. entertained Sir Arthur Stanlev. Governeer-lesignate of Victoria. and Lady Stanlev at lunch eon at the Automolhile Club to-day. Amoig. the iuests were Mr. Lewis Harcourt (Secretary of State for the Colonies) and Lady Harcourt; Lord Sydenham (formerly Governor of Vic toria) and Lady Svdenham: Lord and Ladv Sheffield (the parents of Sir Ar. thur Stanley) : Lord Emmett (Under Secretary for the Colonies) and Lady Emmott: Maior-General Sir Rleginald Talbot (formerly Governor of Vic toria); Sir Hartmann Just (Assistant Under-Secretary of State for the Co lonies); Sir John Anderson (Perman ent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies); Sir Obas. Lucas (formerly Head of Dominions Department); and Sir John and Lady Taverner, re well as many other Victorians. Mr. McBride eulogised the ap pointment of Sir A. Stanley as succes sor ...
CANADIAN VETERAN DEAD NEGOTIATOR OF TREATIES (Reuter's Telegram.) Ottaws, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
,,_; N ,. 2 .' , . -P CAADIANHiVETrERANEAu "- (R - Bouter'. s Telegram.) ,'.Ottýwa, Jan. 13. The death has occurred of the Hon. Xm lnLnrd first- Consuissioer c the- ,North-West Territories.During his ~term of ofice ho iiegotixtedPb151)y . treaties' ,-?| th he India, b .large . tracts of country were added to ..th .ihe DonmiIion.
DEATH IN A TRAIN. DISCOVERY AT HAMILTON. Hamilton, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914
DEATH IN A' TRAIN. DISCOVERY AT HAMILTON. Hamilton, Jan. 14. On1 the narrival of the Hamilton evening train from Portland Mrs. Jueller, lndther of Messrs., Frank and George :Mueller, of Hamilfton,' and Mrs. E. J. Thonms, of Ballarat, was found dead in', carriage wrhich she 'had occupied by herself. Deceased, who was 72 years of age, had becr spending a liolday inllPort land for the relief of a slight rheu matio ailment, but otheorwise'she en joved good ?nealth. It is presumed she suffered a sudden heart failuhire. Deceased or-ginally came from lluur toa. j . I