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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

' IELBOUNiEN CAT 1Tf A 1ltiET. Fat Cattlo: 3350 yarded, comprising 150 from N.S.W., 750 from thoe. North Eastern District, 200 from the isorthrern District?400 from the MWest= crn District, 500 from Gippsland, and 320 from South Gippsland, and con sisting of 2,200 1b'ullocks, and: 1,150 _1 large proportion coilsisted of medium to good qualnties, with a mo derate proportiooi;ofp6i ime heavy bul locks. The demand was brisk and prices ruled fully equnl to late rates. Olosing sales, however; were .slightly eosier. ,Quotations: ;,rinme pens bul locks £11 to £12;extra £12/10 to £14: od '£/10 to £10/10; good. light and h cy ights £8 to £9/j5; second and1t inferior from £6; prime pens of cows £7/10 to £8/10; extra to £9/15; good £6 to £7; second and inferior £4. . Fata Oaes: 600 ivere penned ., The deimand .ias aicitive .nd formher rates wecrd fully hinithinedd.' Prim, steers and heifers £4115 to £6;'extra £610. to £8;i good £3/15 to £4/10;. prime rcli :es, .0/i to 60/ good 35 ito 4/.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

'IIELBOIJRNE FARM 1PRODUCE. '. ,hbeitcX esteid-'s spurt in wheat his, been" s?hortliv?ld ,nd to-dav the nmarket wiis'a nh iluieter', ad rather dull, 'lut fairly steady in 'tone, with lttle offering.' January delivery :s wortll 3/6 alongside. Forward quota tionis are on the basis of 3/G6 for Fob rcary, 3/7 for M'dirch aand 3/7' for April-MyJuine.' Oats rema:in firmr in tone,, with no-: thing offering " ' , -Maize is firm and scarce. 'Trade in chaff 'was quiet., at un chianged prices.'' ... Potatoes are rather' weak in tone. Export orders .are'f "f'small' volume, and supplies available are' moro than equal "tof .'requirements.: Arrivals amounted to 13 truckloads'".' Onions are lightly supplied, and the market has strengthened somewhat. 'Theo position -.i still. utnisottled, :how ever. 'llwo truckloads represented rail receipts. : . 1'o-day's prices are: Flour: Assbciation basis, Melbourne delivery, is £8/10. Bran and Pollard: Association mi nimum quotation for bran is £4110 and for po...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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IMITATION ROUGH SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

IMITATIONIfROUGHSEA.-; J iFenritfrs A nfliersio nfo0r holidaL niii?kr': h I?v li idni'cn ttelled"?their brains to find new ,ac 'd uninatoral fornms of motion-vertical. horizontal, circular zi- aL., or ,all Tfour at once. 'J'e 'latest inredtion lii E?ieland is :nu f'normoiis'miir cushion 'ri onWhich cia? or lihiots ride eoiineeted y lter ndless chain. A ldenreasionntin'cne plac:iii editably uroduces a wave inl another. If the bow of the host n'sins. the steri is???rced -ni. aiid 'nitchiiu arid rollin: and. tossion: ma: be'.iidulned in"iminti the. vova?er'"is exhaustiil.:'It will be a'usefuli xuerienci for .thosoewho6 i the seaside wre ndt, sure of the.stati? of their feelines before taking .a'trip of iserhass an ]hnitr or more in a sm.a boat from which there is no retreat.

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

O3STINATE CONSTIPATIONt :: \;. R:~ j0\[h,?i: "lliij\a.-L)1; '[OltS1E;S': ?OVJ:;tu RU~CajiI, :~jiyorrc DIi MOit'ii 4L~ :.;I\DIA4.'llOO~I' PI1LLS; ý l~ro-1.s'itI, KII\'ty of` 179 Cahtiiug, iýAIviit,. tried ,:Dr)1. )foi' e s (Ir'LI1:i htroovjý , Mc oot;lbourýio, -Liiaa i ( Contipca i -eiiri witha n"iiali- lI' ai lered great= ly is for sansy i( ears, a fter ' .:1:G cibtiliug 1etf of nmana.'' (toer:,. e i or lit) elfect;cii's t lab 4/ ",y `aý~s founaad ao u ±.: io /..t?, in, r rediai :good ' P f /i t 'il 'fhie do 'not 'aa .1 (oltint c F~rom a Plut'o' o~ar -and~lhs lc ,tlad.y shit tiiaemth ,butter than, Ottekr remedies. I frequentls rcr na iiitsaad theni t", myi friond; SO sulfforiueg. YouijiiUI u.e this te'stimfonyii3 ' tI .Aaiopi. thiiit it may a~ss t;.n , fol3 aarilctClt~witi ohstinari'" coiatip'atia'i :''liylijrqualsaa n goal ,family muodiciaie I ,rau thoie whoiiheu r acessr saeq..tl; aaiv ehii'du ont tlihei otbso alliddlry ola ailajiatss a, ailao'altliy avstem iit oi:.hott'c» ld 'ald...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

E TERANG STOCK 'MARKET. 1 .'.;" ? i th 2t January. : S O,-t.|0 - a .nl ? 930 sheep.yarded.' 1jt'Catllei 155 forward. Expcept for c??tra prime havy cattle, whichl riled * ?lihtlSiri.ii..r of. bsycrsJh.oli.-inm .l wilt.i wsbri; aniid rnles vse firmr. it lrar irime, frat.cows and lielitLr .£7 10 ' to 15l:-£8 11;f- primo.fat crows (aid SJ:tforsi : t7o £7/10/; gcbd '66 itot£6 1/,;: li]ht, vciclits frbm;:£o ; L,'fleshy Scows rome £4/110/ ta.£5;-bullock fiinm SA6156/ to £95;; bIll;:to£910. Dairy rCt if m fta.A Igaiod 'iRia n dt'lraa d #arhi ' firm'..:.Autumn jheifers, :3 "yenrsild,' 5/10/ to 615/ to £7/10/; heifers;, 2 S:years cid £'-,'14710/1 to o£5;f51: Stcre - Oa'tI:'I A bri's domand at fially Ilti~rt' rate. Fonrward - stonre cows '£3 10f/ito ' £4-old and'inforior from £2. Yb ung Cattlei:, Values lnaltored.Hoifersi4 S.yarn old; 451. .ii'hob iXA.vriv ;i 6od ma, rkot;: E]xtra- prime"' fatnrl? iob?i,. woolly, '1S/ to.1716; :estrk: prim- fa' lamb9,-o.9.ruiir.n *,tali', 1 :t:re thorn ,lambs ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CHARGE OF PERJURY. TWO MEN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. SEQUEL TO BETTING PROSECUTION. Melbourne, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

`'CHARCE OF PERJURY. TWO MEN COMMITTED FOR: S TRIAL. SEQUEL TO BEITING PRO-' M":'; Melbourne, Jaro 1.i " Ernest Schilling and Philip, Mooii were committed foritriallby the City bench for, perfury -to-day, . . Defendinf'.'wbro cdnvicte d f obf t ting on to :veratflah of. the Croktor Park Hotel, Northcote, but onr api peal to' the General Sessions the coni nviction was quashed. It was alleged that, oi the hearini of the appeal- they. gave untrue en= 'deic. "

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THE DUCK SEASON. OPENING DATE FIXED. Melbourne, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

T, HE, DUCK SEASON. OPENING DATE FIXED. Melbourne, Jan. 13. The Chief Secretary to-day fixed February 10th as the date for the op ening of- the duck season. %:·

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CRAYFISH CAUSE TROUBLE. Rochester. Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

CRAYFISH CAUSE TROUBLE ::: ':,'Rochlester. Jan. 12. Crarfish 'or ;abbies as they are gen erally called, are; likelv to be a source :of;trouble to theWater Commission, aund. it ,is an, evil that.is not easily comhbated. A couple of days ago water was seen spoutiing up from an aperture ,in' the.Warania channel reserve at Ninneella. and an investication dis closed,that vabbies had burrowed un der the, concrete auron from a flood gate. and thence to the surface, some distance away., Under the supervision of Mr. Gibbs .engineer. and Mr. Sanuhton. iinsuector. the water in the section of the channel between two re gulators was run into the Campaspe, .when it was found that an opening rearly large enough to admit a man's body had been formed by the yabbies, followed by the erosion caused by the escaping water ,

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EXPERIMENTS WITH WHEAT SEED. Avoca, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

" EXPERIMENTS WITH WHEAT i.' : 'SEED. .!Avoca. Jan: 12. Tile new wheat now known, as "'Avo ea" is vieldin .far beyond what was at first.exoedte-dof it. - The wheat,which has takeu)six.v rears :to?bring to its present state. was sown on Mtr. Ebel ink's farm and on Mr. George Laing's farm. At the latter it is now being taken: off with a harvester, and isre turnine- 11 and :12:.bas .to ,the. are respectively from two plots. easily sur passi??r Dart'sa Imperial, crowing don. the same farm.yvielding 6 bags. The. |wheat is a snlendid sample, and its .success as a -new reed wheat is now .1definitely assured. more especially: as it is regarded as practically rust-resist m m

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RAINS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. PARCHED AREAS WATERED. Adelaide, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

SAINS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. it 'PAR'CHED AREAS WATERED. Adelaide. Jan. 12. ''-`Ono of'the best rains for years fell in .the northern districts on Sunday, iind the whole asoect of the pastoral 2indistrv in that country has changed. :The; situation had become grave. In t le vicinity of Charlotte Waters sheep w`dere'dvine. and fat stock were becom in" very scarce on the Adelaide mar let. as the route was almost impass able. Three and three-auarter inches fell at- Charlotte Waters. This will ,biten tihe route and enable a full sup ply, ýof` fat stock to be drafted south wards. while the growth of feed and later conserves will remove anxiety.

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WHOLESALE SHEEP STEALING. Beaufort. Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

WHOLESALE SHEEP STEALING. Beaufort. Jan. 12. Sheen stealing is very much in evid ence in this district. .Recently a num ber of sheen were missed from. the Stoneleiah Estate. and now Mr. Don ald Stewart has lost 266 of his best merino ewes from Woonan. A reward of £25 for information.leading to their recovery. or £50 on conviction of the thief. is offered.. Small numbers of sheep are bein, frequently missed from Carneham Estate. and Mr. P. Russell has offered a reward of £25 for information leading to the convic tion of the Dperetrator of the theft..

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WATERSIDE WORKERS. CONFERENCE WITH STEAMSHIP OWNERS. EMPLOYES SUBMIT TERMS. Melbourne, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

: TWATERSIDE WORKERS. CONFEREN E WITH STEAM- . SHIP OWNERS EM PLOYES SUBMIT TERMS. Melbourne Jan 13. Tordi prapmresentgtives of the Co nonl o ?it Steonamsl hi r Ownetrsi Feder atioui `and' the I ~Federated1 T }aterside Workers' Union.j mot- in ;conference with regaid 'to the de-domand's',for orensod, payment ' madol hb the' em-' - lo gdiscumion.ensued on tie pro, pbod inerease' under the log, but?ulti-', mately?the conference: whs djourned till Th'Druday to ii lleow \ the employere to .onsider? i agreement. advanced O .lihlf of tihe eiploys.. WRESTLING. EUROPEAN OHAMPION DE .- FEATS A .I.EIU"AN: (Renter's Telegram.) Ohicago, Jan. 13. Gustav Frivansky, the claimant to the European wrestling championahip,. defeated Gust Schoeling, of America, in two straight falls.:.

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HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE. CLASSES AT BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE.. "' i ISI,SýI';SA JI h(CHUIS MAI1H; ý', 1n.interetihcii \niL linos een hoguni 'ntt'llia'ehiis 21'sin' h the Ciincilý of Jlniiwohei irconrnmic nCOIII, { co (tioni "with the;' t~enehi~Ii'f honusehold1 'science; i'Us'Mufoiiitnii (thi 'president) siid if: (),lusriie ris hade arr'ngjeiiients 'iihtedlief ebolcliol ionunttee for c'ondnctiuiic cisseico in hi scico laune undr and dniiuestie, ecoiuliii nod cooli `:eni' l'"here` Iili nl& lk~e{'f"inehr~se if ion 119 olkerv Fforeiovs:' /":."` ' ir~lsiilf'~s~enlhrthe ``onuneuil'ofttlie college espects th, 4 'Wit.~thcn~ol ,ieii oftliJt -district -osphootl eoninittc 4n~lcint ovohnni ficil -', if~er ithe~reon~rsiesaiill'hi'; seifiunt'iiieil: Public c ycoinre icetufe is v11cdiii h reier' ued'ot'nn hliroaruiito inbiects byv Dri Con s'"ni`rdfprof soi4JOsihniuul. ;,,,:;.

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DECENTRALISATION POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

'jfDECENTRALISATION POLICY. STlie rorainme, of' thqn,iiew.V att Ministr.' as outlined by, the>Premier.-1 in hliEsseaidontsoeech: is;orie th:t' will comniend itself ,to'country ! Libe ral???ita prinecia ilanks are a uSs tined p olicv of railwaY extensioi i and :t renewed' efforts;to. encourage. -immin-; gra?rts who will settle and work iin the country diastrics. '" A'comtry.inis tr intentd i aerin the Ibestinter :ests of.thetState.-.will.find. a useful field ?for service in-theseienterprises.. Oneiof the6 serious hindranees to:na ti'onl pr o ress in Victoria~ ~ a indeed in nearli al thal theo rAiustralan Sta tes. is:the;undue.'not ti sav, alarming 'a~gre;ation of population: is the State canital: rMelibournei conitainsiimore than ai .third oft ile biul~'tiion if the State, and;the sanimeiabnrmalroorticon s founi'din the six.capital. cities of Aus tialia iwhef combared iiith theopopu latidli' ýof tlhe ioCorimonwealth.- "Thus, inieffect. the 'develod mentiof the'ru ra' inddustries o...

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MORALITY IN LITERATURE. Mirboo North, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

:IMORALITY IN LITERATURE: . , .t,?he :- irh ha.?Xrl-¢Idaaot (111 mittke meetin ,:,ftli'e 1irboo Noith' lechanies', lnstitute t thie effect tlitt a'numberof. books in the library w?ere of n'i.iimlierial tone caused a ~ood deal of ccnimelnt locallv..' 'it the annuiil meetin ofi osubseribei's lield histriight it wn.s de ded.to alline .theo eoks to remnaii in the library.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CRICKET. MORTLAKE v. COBRICO. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

: CRICKET; - --~-- MORTLAKtI v. COBRICO. The pennant competition wa* .ad vanced a further stage on Saturday, when Mortlake played Cobrico at Terang, and were defeated by 9 runs. The scorme were as under: COBRICO. A. Andrews, c Willing, b Jones.. O G. Strong, c Stewart, b Jones.... 31 J. Andrews, c Sweetnam, b Luke.. 22 :W. Houston, b Swoetnam ...... 1 'W;-Andrews, b Jones ........... 0 P. Cole, c Williams, b Sweetnam ,9 D. Collie, o and b Swetnam..... 7 N. Cole, run out .............. 1 A. Armstrong, c Stewart, b Jone 19 8. Maskell, o Stowart, b Jones.. 1; T. Sulhan, not out .......'..0i Sundries .. .... ..'. ... 6 Total ..... ..9. :. . 97 Bowling: Jones, 5 for?43; -Willin'g, 0 for 14; Swoetriam.3 for 30pLuko, I for. 5. " - : MOtTLABi-SJ . ; W. Bray, b Andreiv'..'.: . 4' 16' :. Luke bV fouston .. .. 0.t. 0 J Willing, b Houstonh '.'; ..".*. O0 R: Ahoarn b Hou'stn .. .' .' 23 F. Cole, o Andrews, b Andrewi';. 2 'H. Stbnait, st.' Strong; b Hoiisti 0. t. Stewart, b'Andrews .-.".'. ; .4 4...

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A DOCTOR WANTED. Colac. Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

-Af1 ^ DOCTOR WANTED ... Ik . - ""' - id nelia t .tlim, .lac Hospital dqs .bron (down. ceJlclayerage st. ,^r- '.ih ici: i,,eil;;,wa.%s" four, 1loirtli mnili isi e ' is a1 ^ re :> threll i« o to tlhe oitse A.coniniiittei relorited tit thev lield 6hit-:?in .lioDie of iprocuring Ionpý. .I ials decideil:to, recoiniend the. sitblseribers: to aiin: ltr'the system iifth ie directie:n.f hiavini' tiv.and, nut nidr, than four lioi.orarv medical inein;. wlio dwiiIi reiienrpl e? cen. th6 in '12, iesidenft niedic,l:offic?er :" '..:

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JAPANESE FETE. AN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY. RECORD PUBLIC PATRONAGE. ST. AUGUSTINE'S BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

IJAPANESEi FETE7 AN A ATTRACTIVE 'DISPL'A. RECORDJ PUBLIC PATRONAGE. +, .ST AUGUSTINE'S.BAND: The l romoters.of the annual Japan ese Fete?' which' )as oened in the Botanical- Garden. last niclht, were favored with ideal weather for the uinderitakine. The day had been fine and cool;and, as thelevenilnp shadows berian to leiinthen athwatl the grassy slojis. the slicht breeze which had served to temner the sun's rays dur int, the day. died awnav and a perfect calm drevailed. Under these conditions the Gardens .were seen. at their best and exerted a' new'charm 'and attrao tiveness.. It was little wonder there fore. that one of the largest crowds that has vet graced the Gardens as semnbled to enriov the beautiful sur roiindines and Dartidipate` in the nu nmerous amusements.provided. 'lle scene' viewed from the vantage noint of the Band Rotunda during tim openin-g ceremony was a bright and animated one. The brilliant lights at th'e various -stalls twinkled 'brightly acainst' the darkeiine...

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

WARRNAMBOOL CATTLE MARKET The yarding of cattle numbered 335 head, of which the large propor- tion of 75 were classed as fats. There was a good demand for prime stock, and the market generally was about on a par with that of last week. Prime cows brought from £6/10 to £7/ 10/; extra prime to £8/10; forward conditioned cows £5; a few light- weight bullocks to £6/17/6 ; dairy cows from £6/10 t0 £7/15; forward spring- ing heifers to £7/10; store cows to 70/; 2 year old steers and heifers from 15/ to 60/.

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MAN AND DOG KILLED BY LIGHTNING. Sydney, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

MAN AND DOG KILLED BY LIGHTNING. Sydney, Jan. 13. During a storm at Warialda yester- day a man, John Barnes, and his dog were struck dead near Gravesend. The man, who was a traveller, was sitting beside a tree when lightning struck it and splintered it. The man was discovered this morning.    

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