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UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS. JUNIOR AND SENIOR PUBLIC. SUCCESS OF LOCAL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS.   JUNIOR AND SENIOR, PUBLIC. SUCCESS OF LOCAL CANDIDATES The results of the various subjects for the Junior and Senior public examinations held by the Melbourne University authorities are coming out slowly, and from the particulars so   far announced it will bee ween that the students from the Warrnambool Agri- cultural High School have done ex- ceedingly well.   JUNIOR PUBLIC. In drawing there were 17 candi- dates from the school, and 16 passed as follows:—A. Arthur, W. Conole, L. Corr, G. Dunner, N. Grimshaw, L. Hardie, A. Henderson, L. Kelly, B. LeCouteur, W. Munro, Ida Plumbe, J. Saltan. A. Threlfall, W, Watson, Ivy Wilson and V. Malone. Of these? N. Grimshaw and A. Henderson passed with distinction. The record of this school is all the more meritorious by reason of the fact that only six coun- try candidates in the whole State   gained distinction in this subject.   For French there were 1...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 15 January 1914

DE.ATHS. TWAITS.—On 13th inst., at Ballarat, William T., beloved husband of Hannah Twaits, and only son of the late William and Sarah Twaits late of Warrnambool : dearly be-   loved brother of Mrs. W. Surkitt and Mrs. F. Gee, senr., aged 56 years. WARD.—On 14th January, Con- stance Wrotham Bristow ("Con- si0"), the beloved daughter of John and Josephine Ward. (Interment To-day at 3 p.m. privately).

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PRINCE AND ACTRESS. SEQUEL TO MARRIAGE WITH A MUSIC HALL PERFORMER. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

PRINCE AND ACTRESS. SEQUEL TO MAltRIAGE WITH A MUSIC HALL PElRFORMEIR. The marriage of a prince with a musio hall performer was the basis of a remarkable action in the Paris counts.,Princo Auguisto of Broglie Revel married last year .Mle. Jane Thylda, a music hall artost. I His brother, Prince Henri of Broglie Revel, and his unale, Count Robert of Olermont-Tonnerro, the well-known sportsmen, were, it appears, annoyed by the marriage, and the family br6ke off all relations with Prince Auguste and his bride. The uncle and brot(her demanded that the remains of Coun tess Sostheno of Clermont-Tonnerro and of Princess Henri of Broglie Revel should be removed fromt the private chapel of the Cistlo of Leroy. where Prince Augusta and his wife live, and re-interred in the family vault in the cemetery of Pere la Chaise in. Paris. A few days before his marriage, Prince Auguste wrote to his uncle an nouncing that ho proposed, in order "to regulariso his position," to marry "a friend who for 11 y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

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DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRIUCTCOM PANY'S REPORT. The Westtrn District Factories' Co operative Co. Ltd., 49-57 King-street, Melbourne, report: Butter: Market is steady at late rates, viz.: Superfine Westerns -1ltd. per lb.; good to prime 10d to lid. per lb.; medium quality l0d to 10td per lb.; inferior qualities are lower. Cheese: The market is still over-sup plied, and large quantities are coming forward. Large cheese are selling at 5d., 5id, and 5id. per lb, loaf cheese are from 51d to Gd per lb., semi-ma tured 69d to 74d per lb., choice mel low matured Sd to 8id. Eggs: 71d per dozen, private and special lines a little higher.

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INGENIOUS WINTER MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

INGENIOUS WINTER MOTH. -o: - One of the greatest pests whii.i. fruit-growers in England (says the "Westminster Gazette")-have to con tend with is the winter moth. It be gins to appear in October, and tihe female, whose wings are very short and quite unadapted to flight, climbs the trunks of the fruit trees and de posits her.eggs. ''these hatch out in the spring, and the caterpillars soonf devour the young leaves. It han been comparatively casy in the past to combat tihe ravage of this pest. Seeing 'that the female is unable to fly, fruit-growers havre in September placed round each fruit tree a band covered with a sticky substance, and these bands may be seen everywhere in tre orchards at this tinme of the year. 'I'he female, climbing up the trunk, comies to the band, and is held fast by the sticky substance. But a wonderful thilng has happen ed. In recent years the female moth Ihas been found from.time to time above the band, and the mystery lura been how she could have got there: ...

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DETECTIVE'S NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

DETECTVIVE'S 'NARI OW; I~uAPE. L A detective' named' 1M'cBride ...wa caugsht by strike pickets as he was ap proachingithe "entrance to' the Trades 1Hall.. He: was struck, heavily ini t lie face, but managed to :break free and fled for his life.--

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WHOOPING COUGH AND BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH AND BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS., "My little girl, aged two years, lnad Whooping Cough and.Bronchitis for 7 months," writes Mrs. F. Lawson, 3 Water-street, Camperdown, N.S.W. "Sometimes she was so bad she would Ball down with weakness. Many a timoe I have picked her up, thinking aho was dead. She would hold her, breath, and I. would have to smack her on the back so as to help her to breathe again. I gave her a number of cough remedies, and I was always taking lier to the doctors, and they gave her many cough remedies, but nothing had any effect whatever. One day a lady recommended me to try Dr. Sheldon's Neow Discovery and said it was very good for Whooping Cough, so I got a bottle and gave her three and sometimes, five doses a day, and, it' seemed to relieve her almost at once, and in a week's time you would not know her; she did not look. the satie child. She is much fatter, and has never' coughed since taking Dr.Sheldon's New Discovery." Dr. S...

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SITUATION BECOMES UGLY. TRADES HALL BELEAGUERED. Johannesburg, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

SITUATION BECOMIES UWA'.. 'I?Al)DFES HIALL BELEAGUERED. ji:'ohannesbor: :Jan; 15.. To all intents and puruPesOa state of civil ,war.existS 'm Johannesburg:At the time of eablin. hoarse words of command givenbv h officers in the streets. the clatter and clang; of mounted constables .takin "up -new, nositions.. and, an oeaincc ala wawrning erc to a flee'ting' nedestrianwho>-:has entered ,the danser zone emphasiso the erim tragedv of'this seene'of in, dustrial .warfnre.: : Inside th. Trades ;Hall: ore .200 or 300 nmen fully armed :and deteirmined to resist tll:,attemL.s to storm- the buildinr. i.Outside. 'and compeletely iso lating tleihall. is a larPe ,.]ody,: of police : '] L . .. i...". d It. is. undtershod that:. tehPoliceas Vet have no- intention of?aniding: the Labor headcuaiates. Lihteit, water and teleolone 'have: been gcot off. The. de fendirs .are'lirini, cliieflv - on fruit, oudntities of whichll:were brought, into theplace??ii- dam s vs.aeo.. They also liave somen bread ...

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THE MARKETS. Thursday, 15th January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. The market is weak at £2 per ton. MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

THE MARKETS Tlhursday, t55thJanUahry WARAtNAMBOOL POTATO :.-.. MARKET. 'The market is'weak at £2 per ton. MELBOIIURNEFARM PRODUCE. Wheat:. After a temporary pause and slight reaction in Li.grpool fu tures yesterday, the wheat . market is firmer again* to-day,, both at this and the other end., Locally the mar ket is firm, with little offering. Janu ary delivery alongside is worth 3/61, with a few sellers at 3/ 6,and Febru ary 3161 to 3/61; A sale for February March was- made late yesterday ,t 3/60. There are buyers for April-May June at 3/74 to 3/7f. Oats and maize offerings continue very limited,and the markets are firm but prices unchanged. Chaff sales are slow. .Potatoes eased somewhat this morn ing.Increased supplies are available, and sales were slow, the shipping de mand having fallen off considerably. Tw'ezty-nine truck-loads were receiv ed at the platform. : Onions are in small supply, and firmer, but some merchants bave ad vanced prices to a greater extent than otherq, and t...

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FARMERS SUPPORT GOVERNMENT. OPPOSITION LEADER SPEAKS. Capetown, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

SFATMIERS SUPPORT OnVElI MENT. OPPOSITION IFADtF L RPEAKS. Caoetowni. .Tan. 15. A' Mims meetinP of farmers was held at Stellenbosch (25 miles enst of Cape town ulihen Mr:.T X. XAfArriman, a former, Premier of OCaeiColony, urged the Governiment to stand firm''here must h* e no more treaties with thel Federation of.Trades Unions, and no Smore interviews witt men. who carry revdlvers in tiheir'iockets to enforce their deimands. The latter reference ,is to' the Oarlton Hotel comoact at?Jo liannesbure in July last.when Mr.Bain and other Labor leaders met Generals .Bothaland Sinuts afterthe riotingind it was stated that if thli nnlic hid fired. the two Ministers would have been shoftlib the Labor :delegates. Sir Thomas Smartt. Lender ofU the Oppositionii said ,todav? that 'it was the. duty -of 'the Opposition to stand by the* Government. The country was not prepared to-hand over the reilis:, of Government: to a self-aunointedl'ijinto like the Federation- of Trades Unions. Till 'ereatest e...

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THE WEATHER. FINE SPELL CONTINUES. MILD TEMPERATURES. Melbourne, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

THE WEATHER: ,FI.N SPELl, CONTINUES. MILD TEMPERATUILRES. . Melburne, Jan. 15. ' Bright, cool weather favored the metropolis again to-day. A few light clouds flecked the sky, and, cool breezes kept the temperature down to a pleasant level, the Jipaiest reading up to 1 p.m, beiig 72 degrees. The isobalric chart produced by the Weather Bnrea? to-day showed that tihe controlling high pressure area had divided into two sections. One of these was centred off tle New South Wales coast, while the other extended from the western areas of Victoria to West Australia. '"This division of the pressure" said M3r. H. A. Hunt, Commonwealth Meteorologist, to-day, "is causing cool southerly winds over Melbourne, and the Western, districts of the State, while the high pressure off the New South Wales coast is giving warm northerly winds over the eastern part of Victoria. There should be little alteration in the weatrier in the State in the next 24 hours, except that the temperature may vary from moder...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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MAYOR AND CONTROL OFFICER DISAGREE. LATTER'S FIRMNESS CARRIES DAY. Pietermaritzburg, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

MAYOR .AND:CONTIIL pFFIQER tris ^; .::DISAGREE. SLAtiER 'S FIRM NESS OCA UIESU DAY. : ietermaritzburflr Jan. 15. GiA meetine was held in .Pietermaritz burr (cavital of Natal) to-day for the ,purpose. of formidnia local?committee of vublic safety. The mayor adhering to an attitude hli had outlined yester day: said that lie considered such a committee unnecessarv in .Pietermar itzhur?' - Colonel Clarke. the local control offi cer. thereunon said that he would •have to:wire to the Minister: for De fence that Pietermaritzbure was the only town in the Union .where the local •uthoritie?' had declined to. help. the Government. He sai4?that he was em vowered under martil law to nomin ate a committee hlimself.uind he would do so calling on the mayor to become a inember. After, further discussion h committee was foniiied.'and the mayor alreed to serve - on .it.. Numbers of snecial constables are notiv being en rolled in this town.

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THE DANDIES. AN ENJOYABLE ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

THE-DANDIES. AN ENJOYABLE ENTERTAIN MENT. A large and apDreciative audience greeted the annearance of The Dan dies at the Town Hall last night, and thoroughly enioved the bright and pleasing entertainment rovided by tie clever company. Although under. the same management, the nieminrs of thea uresent combination are quite dis tinct from the comoany of entertain ers who recently visited the town un der the stvle hf The Dandies. Like the previous troupe: these "Dandies" include in. their ranks a number -of clever vocalists and two wood comed ians. and the urow.rammn, submitted was bright and attractive. and the snowy vierot and Dierette costumes worn by the members of the company added to the ,eneral effectiveness of the entertainment. All the choruses were light and catchy. and went with a vim and brightness that caught the fancy of the audiesice. These items included "T'he andies' Glide " "Hitchy Koo Hagtime." "In the Cornfields." "Golfers and the Maid." and "The Wedding Bride." All...

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WEST RAND MINES WORKING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

M AathehnllooV indicated the niiners .re notunanimousoa n tlip nIestion of Ssti-ikinn. Every millne on th1mWee Rand . wtis workii o as usllal to-day.

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MOB VERSUS POLICE. PRISONERS RESCUED. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

IOB VEUSUS POLIOE ~.t Iq 11SONCIRS ESUE ] ED Excitins scenes took, ulaco to-day at Benoni. Two men., who 'had leven ar rested ,,ei r?' negiidl r cby ?.a .mo,. of abtr4ýers' ii crowd also isucceeded" in 't'lrhwaritin. an aittemut hv .the' ,qlice sand .';cdeteetiive.ý to raid;lal ';be rlocal Trades Hall in ;o'rder.,to. arrest 'Mr. ,Bain. the ,secretar of t-e, Federation IAR1 IABOR. ' Sb Durban. Tan. 15. "'Ai' incident has occurred;here' illus tratinathe riordufnm'annir i :iwhich martial''la is beiiin aibliedi;by' the .;" biodi -of strikers.'stouned a light neniine at Grekville'.iear:Dýirlian,ves teidi?a?'ild nim'altreated'ind carriecl off the fii-iiian: The?conitrol offiSer order ed 'tlio itrikiirs tii relean the fireman tb-day. othenrisei he wniuld, pply Stedii measures? The"order 'was:com olied ili 'iitf ance.The. control offi cer liad tlio'sinsalman. whose signals first held un the edngeiie. arrested anid su?miiiarilv c?irt inrtialled. The man ' is` found `-iiiiltv and' si-ntenicd ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE aO YOUNGER . AD COin' S NEvei" unprecedented inthe .an.al :of the F iin S W CoiBpulsoriy Sale so that the Stocl of£50r000 orth of New Goods t habe turned into hlard cash t:o achieve : hisve admit :'thasomethm in: out ofthe ordinary? us be' doi . iheefore f :we are 'offering such Astouinding Value; the like of which'has ne er been aseen at :any' Sale, thatour aim will be attained and thisGietDissolutio ale becolimonea record for this S All Goods illbe mared at Prices for Cash and at such a low ate that a glance; Wll, suffice to ,prove?th; .Genuqine Barigains are boinng ofered: - HOWRoOM BARGAINS: "'' TI" NTY EMBlROIDFRESD BLQU CAMUBRIC" COST'UMES, 31ouso CIHILDRlN'S ROMPERSitote .ES' for'1/3 ~" v'andSkirt, for' 3 'tho price/forl/ S ADIES' Embroidered ONE-PIECE +IARNER'S RUST PROOF COR- TtE "FAVORITE" CORSET .. ROBES", fo 611S'S wo8/6for. 4/11. : fo comfort and iear for 2/6. :.1' Jý "" G?i . - , i!? ,. r/ :re ." , '. . Y '--." : ' .".t : ,,_ ::, . t..... .;`",: ...

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CAPE SITUATION EASIER. STRIKERS LOSE GROUND. Capetown, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

hi i LOSE GROUND. a.neto?n.Jan-??. The iituation) inmr he:?iCape Pro vince i?.easier to-day." and, it seems as "if r tpe itriera? j had .losti':round in Ca etown if;t lfp, ' Tlhe country oonlahtin English and Diitch' alike. isi:rallying to ~the sup it opf, the: Governmleit; .ith:marked line of the rairv:a. ' .

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EQUALITY OF SEXES. IMPARTIAL AWARD AFFECTS WOMEN. FOLLY OF ASKING TOO MUCH. Perth, Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

EQUALITY OF SEXES. 1IPAlRtTIAl A1 LRD AFFECTS WOIEX. FOLLY OF' LSKING TO 3MUOCHI. Perth 'Jan. 14. 'Phe Arbitration Court's minutes of the award in, the Clerk.' Union citat ion provide a minimnun wage for typist and stenographer of either sex .of over 21 years, £3 pcr week for 48 Ihours in retail, and 38 in wholesale establishmeijt?. Two weeks holiday are provided for yearly in addition to the nine days' public holidays. The employes' advocateo protests that the court has not defined a clerk, that baInks. are excluded, that there is no distinctioitj of secxes, that; feuialk clerks were in a state of consternation, as immnediately on the tlnnotncement of the award a ioumber of 'girls earning £3 per ireck recehived notice of dis. iiisid. . .Ir. Justice lBurnside,- in reply said thby asked for it, 'i'd they had got it-. They knew better than the coutirt iilhat the remult would li. Per lapiis they isw realised t"^6'-isdom of not asking too much: Btt'"heli the employers had not collie bef...

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MAIN LINE SERVICES MAINTAINED. WITH WONDERFUL REGULARITY [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

MAIN LINE SFERVTCES : I : :MAINPAINED W\\'ITH AONDERFUL REGULARITY 'he, mainline train ser.icesthrough •out;the? Union, are :beine·i aintained Sith, wonderful regitlarity:;.t

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