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TREELIKE MEN. CLOTHED IN BARK AND FIBRE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

TREELIKE MEN. CLOU'i'-iD IN DAiKc. ANt) I ilitE. T'11hdiv . -Cecil V. E. Hall, who recently; retrii?l to 'England after a reniarkiible ad?venture among the caiiilbals ? of Nk?i Guinea, tells the .story rof his : dipcoveries in the fol li dng article :--"Although I ex e 'exb6ctdto - ct'(me across the sen satiional l aid. u'onventlonal in the 'iniicriimost recesses"- of, that great .tract', of,: land : which is geographi. ,cally, knonll..as '-ew Guinea, I was not; prepared for that which I now lok o'ii: as :`wdondlerful and almost inconceivable. et I haye the evi dence of iay own eves, and I know thati ilhirdl' found itruth which: is stranger than :fictioii if the days of niy outh, it was , study. stuid, stl, r u :-t thesf' piritof ? .dventure which is lwithin? ookn action, and l;,nc iterally ihad= to tiravel As -Fa Cecil Hall'B A hut in/ amit and, fore, ost; : CciiIial:b l, traveller asnd explore - Jt- . ivro '-pearl;i d:ing ep?s diteit..i athe. dilrstaituiXi verd n-t mafidr, eand sm...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Royal Servants. HOW THEY ARE ENGAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

Royal Servants HOW THEY ARE ENGAGED. TMost. pople if they ever giv the matter a thought, would iimagine that Royal servants are borin ..aid bred on the. fringe of the purple: It. happens, however; that mianyof them nowadays are eligaged '-pre cisely -as other servants, at registry. oflcees, or; more truly, usually at one registry oilice. There is, not' a hundred miles from loane Squaire, in a quiet little street, in a nmodest little liouse ,a s ill registry ohlice ,It isever ad ertises in a-iny paper: at all: Y'et it has, an , eurnioas coinection, and those. rare and ' ,?iceless beiisig' . do niestic serivants; floclk uiihand doa'ii itfstaircise in ia maannier, which night make other:, would-bo finis tresses`- Veryy enitious: hileore are 'engaged .servannts f ior linuckinghani '; aPlace anlld. Windlsor; for this litol duke and that'Royal duchessi not ,to speak of the wearers' of ordifarv strawberry leaves. Ths ofice was st ited, and is kept'- by two ladies, .vellronnected,(but inot ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Tragedy Revealed in an Ancient Tomb. JEWEL PLUNDERER CRUSHED WHEN ROOF FELL IN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

Tragedy Revealed in an Ancient Tomb JEWEL ;PLUNDERELR CRUSHED WHEN nROOFFELL IN." "'' When reading a pir, on recelit discoveries in: Egypt : before the ;ri tish .-Association, Professor sPetrie mentioned an ancient tragedy, 're vealed wihen one of the tombs ?"as Centuries ago a :plunderer had en tered a toiimb and, had begun to re move the;Jewels ? Wihn 'the roof fell in and crush ed hii. " ;Tiei discovery saved for us :a gold ornament inlaid with coloured stones-? splendidi'iplece of fi orka of the itwnelfth "dyna:sty, the lii:ke of which has not before lbeen seeii in England. -

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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BUSH FIRES. QUENCHED BY RAIN. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

BUSH FIRES-.; QUEXCHED BY RAIN. S (Reunter's Telegraim.) Sydney, Jan. 131 Heavy. rin, has extinguished- the' bushl fires iri the Bathurst district, .hich have been burning somo' days.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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144 Miles an Hour by French Aviator. RECORD FLIGHT OF 9,795 MILES IN ONE BIPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

144 Miles an Hour by French Aviator. RIECORD FLI T OF 9,795 MILES IN ONE BIPLANE. It is the boast of French aviators that'they are the most daring and most eflicient in the world. M. Guillaur, an aviatorsvith several line long-distance flights to his cre .dit, has now broken all speed re cords, attaining 141 miles an hour. Starting frontm Savignyden- lraye, he covered the 119 milese to Paris in fifty minutes. This was accom plished .with the winds in his favour, but it must also be considered that he' carried a passenger. -Perhaps even more remarkable -is the feat accomplished by M. Four ney, -who has covered 9,7095 miles without changing either his biplane or his motor.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Guarded Diamonds. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

Guarded Diamonds. . ..An army of spies is employed"? to protect the fabulous -~iealthb of the famous De Beers :Diamond:Mines at Kimberley, South Africa :: ; BDe Deers produce about. £5,500,000 worth of diamonds -annually, near ly half the world's output. 'They em ploy 2000 European.. and -17,000 native ,worlmenh: ' An acmyy of spies assists tliem to. protect their vast wealth. The; Kaflirsa are confined to coni* pounds,,, but ith'e- hite menii are, re latively speaking;, trusted, return iig to their hodioes - daily and, never bieing searched. The blacks. sign contracts for four months' labour; during' :ihich they area ;hdot alloii ed outside the 'com 'pounds except to go to their work. ~ The ground .covered by the: five mines is about stwenty square miles, all of .lhich is encircled :.by practi= cally unscalabille barbed-wire fences: The open mines, and idepositing 'floors are' againii in er-circled byi similar fences and still again";-by barbed wirea entanglements. ::These entangle...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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BRITISH MINISTERS. PRIME MINISTER AND MR. CHURCHILL. MR. ASQUITH GOES TO THE RIVIERA. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

`BRITISH- NIST ERS. P.UME M.INISiTER AND MR. C1- %HURtCHILL. MR. ASQUITH GOES TO THE RIVIIEA. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan 13. Mr. Ohurdeili had a long interview lith Mir. Asquith yesterday. The Pranc9 Mijtor goes to the Riviera to day.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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LADY FULLER. DEPARTURE FOR ENGLAND. Melbourne, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

iADY FULLER.: DEPARTURE OR ENGLAND. fi' Melbourne, an 13. ..Lady FuNer,: accompanied by heir cliildren ; leftto-day by the Mooltan foe. England.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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A SOCIALIST'S WILL. COTTAGES FOR TENANTS. Melbourne, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

A SOCIALIST'S WILL. COT1AGES FOR TENANTS. Melbourne, Jan. 13. The wiil of Thomas Oadley, of North Fitzroy, known as "Tommy Trenton," the Socialist Yarra ank lecturer, was lodged to-day for probate. He was a bachelor, without relatives, and left his. three cottages to his three tenants and small monetary bequests for friends. 'hIo estate is valued at £ __J. __ _. _

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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SITE FOR SALE YARDS. Casterton, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

i. l. FOR.SALElYARDS.!'*i Casterton. Jan. 12. ej. A, petition-i being.prepared asking tlicGli6elr' SIire Council to proceed at once with "the erection of the muni ci'i'l isale ,iird i thle site at Bih callah recently murchased from the Closer Settlement Board. In the mean time a ciunter movement is afoot to uree the purchase of a site and erec tion of vards thereon near Pierce's Bride'. uon the east side of Glenelg. The difficulty in tile selection of the site is to reconcile the cnnflicting il t'ereiti. f tMick owners oin both sides of the river. and to obviate the neces-. sit': to drive stock to and from the vrids'tliroukli town streets.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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MOTOR CAR SENSATION. A DESPERATE SITUATION. MIRACULOUS ESCAPE OF OCCUPANTS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Wellington, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

,MOTOR CAR SENSATION:' MIfIRAOULOUS ESOAPE OF.O0C CIIPANTS. WJ(leuter' ',Teolegram.) ". ' Wellington, Jan. 13: A'iotor car;co~ntaiinng six; persons, obf whom'ithreeo ero women, was de scebnding tho:Itira Gorge road, when a bolt'broke? The engine control wmis discioniedted, and? the car sIped :6 at. 'atetrfic"speed?l ?There was a bushy' Sbank eon'one side, and a precipice on thb- other: TheO hauiffeur turned. the ca!"into the %ushl"and;plunged thirty feet to !apparenit :'destruction:''" The car waarsmashed,- but the'occupants were;practically uninjured.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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FIGHT BETWEEN HORSES SIMILE v. PRINCE FOOTE. DEATH OF IMPORTED HORSE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Newcastle, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

FIGCHT BETWEEN HORSES S?nILE~ . PRUNCE E FOOTE. DEATH OF IMPORTED HORSE.: (Reuter'a-Telegram.) .' Newovcastle,7Jan.'13: . Sonio days ago thoh'itIported stal lion' Simile, entered aoi paddock eoc-. uied i? Prince:Foote; winner of the 1909 Melbourne Cup, at the WVitting iam .Stud; "'iniedl' by: Mr. " John Brown. Prinbce Foote immediately "attacked Simile., and the 'ostallions' fought' vice: iously... ,Prince'Footi was not inark ed, but Siinie aaas so injuied that !e hod to be shot: ' =' ;. ; Simiile iwasifoaled fii 1897, anid was one.of the' besf.bred St: Simoni horses ever :imported, into ;Australia: :He didin?o good n' th?; furf, b?utsired Sunlikd f"BawfBee, and '"other' 'good performers:?;

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

,The Vacant Chair. On one occasion, just ;before one of Iis recitals;' Paderewski was stopped in' th-e 'entrance-hall by an excited lady. "Oh, 1. Paderewski." she e xchliiim ed, ."I am so ;glad to see you !I * want so much to hear you play, but they tell" mc ithere-isn't a seat left. r'o'i do t oy to find ;ie a seat sonuienhere.' I'm sure they'll let me in if 0you aski thet to. Piense 'Pailerewsl ' bowed very gravely. "Aailaiine, ?lhe said,; s.I shall be de lighted to help .you. ';There Is "one "sehat in the i hal o at ii"yfAlsposal, anid you cani takei?that if ylou ca're to." 'Oh, that'iatoo sweet of you '" the lay gushed.i I'1.take it -with pleasure? ?' Where is'. it ? `,''At? :thde piano !'" repleld' Paderecs -It is iwell ,for; those iiwho.do their ws ashing at' hoe tol know that sdie ammonia '""i t"thle 'weater in which nesi4 flannels re iashed will take all. the roughness off, and sate both labor, a6il 'soap:The a:: h nmonia :takes out the oil i f'.i annel "Apples cut in irregu...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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ALLEGED CUSTOMS FRAUD DUTY ON MOTOR PARTS. ERRORS IN INVOICES. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

ODU.ON MNOTOR PARTS: i::,,.RRORS IN INVOICES. S (Reuter's .Telegram?) London; Jan ;.13. ' .The hearing of he. charges of con spiring to defraud the Australian Cus tomse :preferred: against 'Robert: Mill burn;, Waltor Kem?sloy, Edward Idle, and Bruce Cuthbortson, was resumed in the Bois-street Police Court to-day, when- fr..Sherland, manager of the Clement-Talbot,Motor Manufacturing Company,.; was further examined. Witness -admitted that clerical ar r?rsl had occiirred in 15.invoices be tiivee Septemlber. and' December,1909; i idi llof which theonet price of tyres, had been treatd as. gross. Mr,; A ;'H.' Bodkin who is appe ar' min for.defendants,. objected "to the admission of 'these' documeits, but counsel for ,the prosecution contended tlihat defeidantsn " must have known that th~iinvoices were wrong. The prosecution' would not accept the statement that the mistakes were cleiical;, anid. pointed out: that:- bhe defenfdant, Idle, had:rettrned a -batch of invoices to . "Shorlaid requ...

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Worshipping a Sacred Tooth. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

W'orshipping a Sacred Tooth. 'At ICaidy, in Cgylon, is kept tho Buddha's tooth, which is the object of .the, unbounded : reverence of more ,than. 400,000,000 people. '1hien this holy 'iiolar was brought to C eylon in the: sixteenitlh century [ianudy .i":as only: a: mountain vil lage: ??-orw tholiusuids:of : pilgrims go every sear to the gorgeous tem rle ?ihere? the tooth ý reposes, bring ing ifts. of e'br lkind, gold. and silier:ornaincnts, coins, jewels, and e oen; ifruSt `andd flowers._ The.Kings of Burn? alnd Siam send annual contribuitions: towards?. the support of;.this temple ;that holds the sacred relic,;:rhich has a rather strange history.. `It is sald to ihave lieen the left beeni ,taken from. his ashes: 2,500 years ago For: centuries it; was time'nealriage doweri going `wvith cer In' the fourth century after Lhrlst it was taken fromi .Indimi, then lhe 11alabars secured it: Itwas aftt iwlirds captured 'by the rortgusse; burned', in . 1560 :by theo? archbishop in the presenc...

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POISONING WITH GERMS TRIAL OF KARL HOPF. ACCUSED OF FOUR MURDERS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

POISUNIlG WITH GERMS TRIAL OF KARL IHOF. . yACOUSDD OF FOURaI a lURIDERS.' (Redteru Telegram.) S: : Borlin,- Jan. 13. - :,The.trial has commenced hero of 'Kil"fopf, a noted Gernan fencing nastor, ý hoR. asifirrested ati Frank fo it-oni-Mai inin 'April - IasFt on the chargo of having murdered his first to a.i.wies.nd atto6ipted to poison the jlhrd;?"'n odtif, i was ,alleged,; to :'icureo tihd' lieaivy,';insurance' he' -.had 'taiken oht on *their livesn '-:- -;:-·i ' l. Siiiceis Inarrest the ooelic investga tio6nsa liae'led to their pretorring fur ,.t j'cliarcrgesj of muiirder agaiast Jiopf, swhli is now' a'ccoseui ofhaving poisoned Iwitlhi areciulls fafbhfir'.his- first.ife. tand o'[hdi · t ie"ediuldre'n, "anld :further more;bfhaEing attempt-ed t-minirder ,isinspthl r sad ins -second- and i third . Ii May, Wiil in prison Hopif made a' confesion s iiis'i'i :;hoh e admitted araitutiseii .s^holr i 'germs' to'- his thlird- wife. :l'Toda-'tIBopf withdrewa this,confesoB n ri dexplained tat...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Historic Kisses. A STOLEN KISS THAT CAUSED A WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

:Hi;, Ktirric iisses. A STOLEN KISS THAT CAUSED A WAR. In the :year 1794 the beautiful, charming, and famous Duchess of Gordon founded anod raiisedthei;Gor don Highlanders, one of the miost notable regiments: of .Scottish High landers. The most attractive teinis ;°to >'a new .recruit in this gallant regi. ment were a" guinea - in gold -and-a kiss from the lips of tihe far- 6med duchess. :It. is ,said: that h?lis regi meiit of ;soldiers ,,was raised ?:more quickly than :any other regifiment iii the British., Army . `~This seems all ivery good; yet the' Cordon High landers ';paid ededrly for ..the kiss they had, recei ed from the charin ing-, Duchess of GCordonI They were soon sent to fit thie Trench; amd ta their{ first engagementm .300 d' of themfTell, killed and ioioundedl The surviv os of :the Gordon IHighiiand eras aleays minaintained that : they never regretted the price they paid for a single kiss. , : .In the year: 17038astoled kisb was: fierce a and expensive war. Ferdinan...

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MR. LLOYD GEORGE. COMPLIMENTED BY FRENCH STATESMAN. M. BRIAND INTERVIEWED. London, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

MR. LLOYD GEORGE. CoM'LI.TiEN'EI BY FRENCH STATESMAN. M. BsIAND INTERVIEWED.' , h London, Jan. 13. -The "Daily?Chroniclo's" correspon dent in Paris had an interview yes terday with the Premier, M. Briand. - The latter stated iMr. Lloyd George had too muda impidsiveness and. too Inuch candour in the fight. - M. Briand describes these defeets'as excesses of ato, virtues of the Celtic race. 1M. Briand added that ho'-nver,un delwrtood that Mr. Lloyd George was weakening on the entente-co idijle, but as Chancellor of the Exchequer and a- man of peace he-was soekwingto lessen, ?ko strain on Jinunce. :

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Blind Swim Straight. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

Blind Swim Straight SThe imain who is unfortunate enough to' lose hIs?sighit or to be born blind, is seveiely: linildicapped ofi dry land, but lie calin,if lie' s a sinomimie, find his wiy casiiy i~n the .ater. ilhlind people 'gseriO?ly lly have a keen sense of heierifig,' hilthey: can steer thiie ;eiiiselhes ii thie uater by souid as well s sanoi rdiiiary omnii by sight. If they airce smsinsiiu towairds a'ier tain lioiis;s, a wlýehistle froim -,time to tiicu .will enable theilieitore ch'it witli unerruiig ncciurnc Thliii faict hasreceitly been iipiroed hby:sunie intrtirestbng eerl i tents. race ihlchftokl oli?pacdbet Ieo-n blihn: ioen anei orilnnisy h wuneuers iii a lake Irs;itied tin 'victory forii ti.l f - r uforn s u sw i n iers ; los ao :good d of tunfiiiitin i raiing the lihendi"f?r the purpone ,of keeing yn eye on the thimn fromi concentrntiigy nIt their ittention on spee . .Defore laying ?oilcloth;, puta ]: aye'. ofi'sawdustu on the floor, and it will give a 'soft tread .to ...

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WARRNAMBOOL SHEEP MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

YWARlRNA31BOOL SHEEIP MAARKBT ,-There vais+a good yardinig of sheep, comprising, 850' hoad:. Primo cross ired ietlhers brought froi 18/l6tob'19/; prima oewes; flom .16/ to'?17/6; prime lambs from 14/ tolS/.;, :extra prime lambs to 16/6; store comeback weoth ers, in 'fonrard condition; at 13/; comeback owes in; forward'icondition, 11/6; crossbred store eies 12/6 to614/6.

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