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The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY Price—One Penny. FRIDAY. 16th JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. PRODUCE TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
:The Warrnambool Standard, s ]RIDAY.l6th JANUARY. At',. "CURRENT:: NEWS. .:i PROD?CE TRAFFIC. Th ' raiffic in1 oodds ` and 'produce from Warrnambool and other district "stations ha?"been exceutionally ieary :during the'uast?few dais, a very large quantity 'f-stuff'hvhivebeen moved. -'Almost every day durinu the' week: '"double-headerd?' reresenting 'asload of 470 tons Ihis been, desnatched; the loadinr consisting vi'inciai.lly.o :'jo tatoes.: :A:l.irre urouortion of, the pro duce is' bein?, sent"to Albur- and other 'inter-State statioas.' - while 'inland towns in Victoria are also largely re oresented. The business done at tho local station durinatlhe past;' few months shows a very substantial. in' crease over previous years and is of 'uich a niitua'r as td' emihniasiMdi the general progress of the town. The reoods traffli both. inwards' :nd/ out wards is. dailv:,increasinv at a most ,satisfactory rate "and tlihere' is' every~ indication' that, this eratifving stdto of affairs, will...
BUCKJUMPING DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
BUCK,TUMIPJNG DISPLAY. MeIesr.4sr.Bfaid Ili"os' Ihlbikjuidping display, to be riven to-nilht on the vacai?tl~ind ;in ,iv.La-sti?-f. 'fliealrly op nosito jMessrs..?h benflelds' store, pro mises to provide a most interesting and excitine entertainment. :he press re ourtst from :the various tonns already visited. includine.; Terann. Caniper down and Geelonne are unanimous in their.nraise of the slhows There aire numierous untameable horses which are ridden by expert and daring hors&e men. ansdhte buckihuin ing is stated to be auite unidui and the finest ever seen in the,district. There are also many bucking bullocks and nonies, and intendinglpatrons may confidently look forward to a reallU first-class'exhibi tion and plenty-of fun. The manago menit . are' : iivin,' loral horsemen chauces to distinguish themselves,and are offerine prizes of Li for various competitive items on the nrogramme. The Citizens' Iiand will lie in attend ance. and will march from the Band room prior to t...
PERSONAL. EULOGY OF DEAN PARKYN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
PERSONAL. -0------ EUILOGY OF DEAN PARKYN. Locatl members of the Churocl of England to whlin Dean Parkyn, who is reti-ing froni active chulrch work, in the lial'arat See, is well acquaint ed, 'will appreciito tho follwnving eulogy of hlim, whic appeared in tphe 'Chlurclh Chroniicle":-"-lis great ltpit power, knlown anid admired tiroaboiut the Commonorealth,quiick I a bought hint libfore the mind of tie church-g oing communnits. All who Ihave heard the Deant remember Iint and remeber hint to his advaurt ago -and their own. profit. His deep entso of sympathy, and his peculiar charm in lospressifg it, have etshrined hlini in very * many henrts. People havo prized the friendship of tho Dean at all times; in anxiety or sor ron hie i-is beomine linked to their ddepest nffectioins by an iniperishablo bond.. The gracious and ever-ready iospitality of the doanery has made it a houte of delight for great' ilund - b'rs of the clergy. aid others.e His marked seor-ice to the diocess, as aSt onec...
MISHAP TO CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
MISHAP TO CASINO. • A serious accident was narrowly averted on Tuesday eienine wheni the Casino arrived. writes our Port Fairy correspondent. ,She camie no the river at a greater sneed than usual, and when comiii' aroundrl Martin's Point crashed iinto the fishermen's wharf, anid 'also into two of the fishing boats moored aloneside which were slightly damaged: the mast of one being smashed to nieces. Both boats were soneezed almost fiat. but appeared to ri-ht themselves afterwards. There were two ladies and two children in one df .the. boats at the timein Fortu nately these were dragred on the wharf a few seconds before the collision occurredi. One of the ladies: who was bhadly bruised. fainted front fright. Ac cidents have haDDened at this spot on several occasions due to the sharp bend of the river on the opposite side. The contractors are now busily engag ed removine this and when' completed all cause of daneer should then be re moved.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
SASTONOED. Little Girl Wo ded lly Restoed , toe Health. Puny Weak Child with Rheumatism--Now Healthy and :Active through Dr. Williams' Pink Pills', .ii the distriot of No. .4 :Oarles ,street, Erekiieville, Sydney, noigth bors. point out litt.lo May Allport, as she plsses 'on liaer way to school. As n child they never expected tsee her strong ?nd notive. She is. now r t: a ¶ienalthiy .!-owing girl-bitt se a jnyn litg in d h vi i theI eins of Rihenx i4 id i. Tho inn 'ftheFr 'tlkntus Dr. .Willians' "Pink Pills Sfenrthofnottiat Iher'little eirl can roun and play ;like other children. . ..To a reporter who interviewed her :Mrs: Allpart said'-d tl wisaswý_, tjlh better .thaisk . 'helpsss invalid': IlI for years. She is 'now a veryj bri ht ant, actiro girl ini ier fotrtebditlh"y-aAiui wiien sho nas soven rao was attackcd with Rheumatism and muscuilar wnst ing: So severoe wia the attack and so helpless- did:sh6 hbecobm that she wris known and spoken of by the. neigh liors as "the little.gir...
LIFE SAVING. RECOMMENDATIONS TO STATE MINISTRY. SWIMMING INSTRUCTOR'S SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
: LIFE! SAVING' RJECU3(31 ENDATIONS TO STi'ATE SWI.MMI3 O INS''I LCTO It'S SUGG(IS'I'IONS. IBefi'e.g*iving finial Inloidelration to tlw report of M\r. A. N: IBishop on lifte saving at the Victorian 'seaside rteorts, the State' 11inistrv called re parts frion thlu' Ryal Saving Society iand from Mr . lF. lieacurineaire,- in ,.tructor of swinming for the Elidcnt itl dlepiartmlnt. t 1hr. Iliihop reconl imendedt the bett:er rgniisiation of .tli, lieiif ?arinlg corps, alld tihe aup lyro:h at.a r alry of about £230 per ye.. I. I. lliauteplaire;. in hi re.lort, ur',ich has bien lihtde~i th te Lriicf Secreta'ry, rt unarkithat every effort hiould lie nitiie to tent r tlhe Vietor inn cai nuiunit ty eltvc ersant with swiml ning aitd life h aving.' I il points out that the .l1inktry has already enigg td him as swrm mintt atu life saeving el)ipert and organisti, and vtet M1r. I-shop recorniiienld tlhe appllntment-t of-an olficial tottake over this work, without ploper consideratini of what i:s ai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
SFOOT WEAR f "fii'' ndYrp1 LADIES' White Cans L oots, self caps, gool GENTS' White Canvas Halk.; teeoaps,very coo tand s p , special-prices, /, 8,6 and 10/6 pair. light, special price, 7/11, 81l 12/ ir:.?. LADIES' lGlace Kid Anklet Court Shoes, neat self GEN"TS' ]3ox Calf nahmoroial whole olthed, spec al Sspecial prices and 10/6 pair. riprices, 9/9, 1/ and 13j6 pair. LADIES' ace id almorals, patent tri..mings and GENTS' Glace Khid L cc .'h es, Der?y fronts, now n t shpes special prices; 9/9, 10/6, 12/11 pr. Americani too, spl cial prices; 126 141/6, 16/6 pr. LADIES' Glace Kid Oxford Shoes, punip soles, pat GENTS' Enan e1'lserby l ace Shoec s foirt Airicesn aps, special prices, 11/, 126 lpair. shapes, speci l price, 10/66, 17,Q iand 20/ pair. LADIES' Enamel rby Lace Shoes. toecapped,several GENTS' Ox Blood Bahlnorals and lioes?o five sahapes, saps speci pr, 11/ and 12/6 pair. special price, 1.4 ;6, 16 6, 2)/ asiid 22;6 paiir ' ;,:3 J "O N ' i ,,.I' "1 '+.O . DT 3 O. ."ND o .,. '."o. ...
PORT CAMPBELL RACES. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
"Q4ATCAMPBEL ,RACES, 0- THE HANDICAPS. Tho following are theo eights .for tlPo-P'rt CampbellUand DistrictRac i?9liheld o ??Aonl0next. , Trial Sakes. heronla Kirl, Conik, Willt , 9.1 Choqui UHandicap li?rdle.-Zamar 11.0; Willatuk, 10.10; Look Out, `9.12; Minto, 9D.10. Pony Race--Machino Guoi, 10.0; Con, 9.12; Tim, 9.12; -iurinue 9.10; Moni, Coidonr, 9.5. Port L ansl' )?trioti' Haludir cap.ýBelair ombops 10?. a'dy Coil; Viol, 9J12 ill k 9.10 Lid, :t jid, a Nowfield] Flashligl?t MWoo bird, scr.; Bess 10 blhd.; Osterlv Hero, Wee Johnny, 25 bhd.; Val Patlaidor, 60 biad..; Young Clem, 70 bd. N;ecklace, 99 Uhd'; Lady Victor, 170 bhd. Flyinig Stakes.--T'areo, 10.10;L~idy Coil, :elair, ?13aitnh iV ron, Mona ?,:irk, 10.2.. j~? "
PERIOD OF PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS DISCUSS. SALARY INCREASE FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
PERIOD :OF PARLIAMENT. DiB,~:)~cS~U~; S. ~ ISAILtRY 1i CIiE. SE F$AATIlIED. ....---Should t 'lo-Igjslativ-Assenbly be elected for . longer period than thliree vO? fhs~ ;Siuetionfis.,l eing qu etly dleou~sd~ by eim~ibhs of the Assembly in anoinformal ?nia , tSomo are of .$iinio?n thitttill?fyai. is t1o short mi term, and that.-it should be extended . to'four yeara.. , ,..... . ;- Averago duration of.tlho Legislativo Assemby is unideor:threes 3eor. Tfhere i.re gcdneral elections inl 1907,1909 and 1911,and there will be another appeal -.to-tlmecouontry-not later than October. Whileo rellctant to express their views publicly most iembbrs, favor I..ranm.inirea'Se of salar fro? ?i?£300 to £IhO0.Tliesaiij: thml ihi6 6 mnembers of the New South W ales Legisativo As aemmblg aie paid. foOl) a vpm cach,and "tlum, afteri tlh JilL hillmthorlslhn iin crease of £200 h year was passed, thu counltr raised ino objection. 2lommitly vsitoenibemr .of the As soinnly is of opinion tbhit thie provis ions o...
TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
TO-DAY'S ADVERTISISNG ANNOUNCEMENTS. Swintons Pty. Ltd. announce that their, ireat summiner sale will commence on Wednesldav next. 21st inst. Messrs. Archliild, Macfarlane and Co. will offer at the racecourse to-mor row .on account of Mrs. W. Moran, the grey gelding Storm. Mrs. Sidney, Smith will nrovide lun (heon-and afternoon tea .under the _randstand at the Warrnambool Races to-morrow. . Mliss Morieson. Fairy-street, calls at tention to her choice selection of lad ies' and children's underclothing, etc.
INTERSTATE COMMISSION THE BOOT TRADE. DEMAND FOR HIGHER DUTIES. Melbourne, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
INTERSTATE COMMISSION THE BOOT, TRADE. DE5MAND FORIL HIGHE DUTIES. Me lboirne, Jailn. 1 At the sitting of thie Inter-State Cominiission to-day Julian Nealo, boot msnfufacturer, and Patrick J. Lough nan, formerly, a' boot retailer, -gave evidence in 'upportiof: increased'duties and contended ithat: thoe increased wages had.increased tho price of boots iind. noouiraged "cmnipetitiiio from :im ports... ArthurA. ALoni , general'?secretary of the -Boot Trado- .::Feddration, thought that if there sis no revision of the. tariff, a revision of wages imust come about..
STATE ELECTIONS. MINISTERS RETURNED. SUBSTANTIAL MAJORITIES. Melbourne, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
STATE ELECTIONS. -0-: ,",MINISTERS RETURNED. jSUBSTANTIAL MA.ORITIES .. , elbourne, Jaiin.'5o. STlhe 'State ,byelectionisai ssaich the Premier' (MIr \ W.'A'. Wtt); tie At tiorney-Generil ' (aMr. D. Msackinnon) and tho- Minister for 'Water' Supply (Mr. 1 W._Hlutehirison);, of ;,.the now Mhtt alinFistry,- were : opposed, re sulted ib the return of Messrs. Waft aii'd: iackinnoi 'b- subsiantial nmajori ties, ishile"Mr. Hutohinsoh's seat also appears quitesafe.' " lihe returns available 'are as follow: 3s mNDON.. WATT. 0.... 6183 °KDiANE (Labor) .. 4761 ' SMsajority for'xxWatt".`+.1422 ', PRABlVAkN S'EIBEDIt -(Labor).... 4184 'Majorityvfor Maekinnon 1417 Only postal, votes to come. BORUNG. HIUTCHINSON ...... 2621 '3lCORAE (lfiiisterial ist) ...... ......... 1658 S Majority for Hutichinon, 063 o (Incomalete).
CHORAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914
CHORAAL SER1VICE. An interesting choral service' will bhe, held in:!the Conoiremitional Churca next;Sundarvrei?eine when the; choir :-will render adecial anthems: Miss Rluby Blond_ of Mlelbourne. will sing "Come Unito Me" (Coenan) : Mr. E. Ilartlov :willikive a: violin ` solo. "Romanzar (Beethoven). and Miss Clarke and Mr. T. H. Houehton will sinv the duet, "Lova: DiTifie'!(Stainer).Tho preacher for the service will be the Rev. F. D. Trainor.