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PRINTERS' STRIKE SETTLED. MEN ACCEPT TERMS. Hobart. Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

PR INTERS'STRIKE SETTLED.. S'":.3.;EN'ACCEPT TERMS:.' • '"? ihat. JaIn. 14. The strike ish the printing trade ant Hobart cie to ann end'tlhis evening. and the linotvueo oerastors went to workli striiiht a way. TI he terms ac' cented by the Imen todairv are.the samie as they refused' yesterdhyi viz., 631 li week for iobbliiur linails (an advance of 31 on the old rate. and 31 Iess.than the original .demand). and 3dl per 1000 en's for linotrvle liands.. d less than the nriginal dem'alid All tlie othei hands receive wihat is known, as the "'rovriicial" rate.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LUCERNE KILLS COWS. Rochester. Jan. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

LUCERNE KILLS.COWS. Rochester. Jan. 14. Of late, a numbiei of cows at Nan neells have dlied froim bloat caused by erazhin off new lucerne in.the pad docks. The chief sufferers by the losses have been llessrs. .acobs, Ken nedy and J.'3iurnhv. lThe-Water Com mission aunthniities' have frequently tried to discouruireo the eating down cf lucerne. which irduhil e far Iktter iut anl' ed to stock.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 16 January 1914

UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS.   Additional returns from the University show further notable successes made by the students at the Warrnambool Agri- cultural High School. Four students sat for senior public French, and all passed, viz.—Alan Jukes, Eileen Croagh, Sylvia Price and Robert Knox. This class has done remarkably well, and has secured 90 per cent. of passes, with two honors in drawing. Thirteen students sat for history and the following passed: —Winnie Conole, Alice Crow, Grace Dunner, Nigel Grimshaw, Leslie Hardie, Arthur Henderson, Beatrice LeCouteur,   Ida Plumbe and Victor Malone. Ad- ditional final results :—Passed Senior Public—Robert Knox in English, French, physics, chemistry and honors in draw- ing. Sylvia Price in English, French, geography, history and honors in draw- ing. Eileen Croagh passed.in English, French, geography and history.    

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. January 14th and 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

MELBOURNE..PIG MARKET. Januaryl 4th' and 16th. Adamson, Strettle 'and Co., report: . 3,200 yarded. Stores: Owing to the competition of a couple of country buyers,prices were higher than last week.. Best bacon stores 38/ to 45/; seconds from 301; slips from 25/; suckers 15/ to 19/. Porkers : Only ' a moderate supply came to hand, and a keen sale. result ed at slightly higher prices. Prime light 35J to 38/; medium 39/ to 42/; prime heavy 44/ to 52/; a few extra' ones to 5 /. Bacon Pigs: There were not so many. penined as last week, and as the qual ity was good, and the attendance c? buyers large, prices were again better. Prime heavy'73/ to 80/, a few' picked pi gs to 81/ prime medium 68/ to.721. Backfettes: A large 'nmber; i'f buyers-operated in this class, and. prices were extremnely- high. ,, Extra heavy fafi few excep tion ' . from E'S 5, to

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CORPORATION YARDS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

7-7 DORPORATION YARDS. iCattlp: "''The "ardiing iigmiibered .3? he:isl,' 1 of swhich the large propor "utioiif7 were classed as fats: Tiiero w:is i good demand for-liritiio stock, San5ll tliniariiitlet generally-wais ^ablut oii n' pir with tliat of last''week. ri-iu 1 iows brought from £6/10 to £7 10/,; extrapribno to'£81/0; forward coniiitioied .'cows £; . ifo? -lilght weight, li1lo1ks to L£/17/6; dairy cows fromL '0/10.to £7115; forward spring-' ig 'lh,ifurs to £7/10; store cows'ti 70/; -'yea.i.old steers and heifers from 18 • '*-shee'): T'liere was i: good 'sarding, cormprising 850 h]ad. Prime cross .r'cd Fisthers brought from 18/6 to 19/; 'l1rilue, owes, fromn.16/ to 17/6; prime lainbs from 141 to lo/; extra primo laiinbs'ito.16/6; store comeback weth es, ; in forward condition,; at 13/; *comeback owcs in. forward condition,. 11/6; cTosslbrcd stoýieiewes 126 to. 14/6. . Tuesday.. Sigpsl.Tl o yarding consisted of 378 of wilich 0 were classed as stdres.All fr'mev t with' keei- com...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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KOROIT STOCK REPORT. Thursday, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

. KOHOIT' STOCK 'REPORT. Thuiirday;,, 15th Janiary.' O'Brien Bros. report: Good yardings of all, classes, and a fuil clearance at full values. Pigs: 114 penned. Brisk competi tion and every pen was sold at auc tion at prices showing an. advaneo " f )6 jiei" heid 'n lato'eras for'Messrs. E. Cullen'at'34j/hnd 24/6; John Rod e'rs .a't 48/ and 37/; Poter O'Donohne it' 23/; John Rodgers. at 26/; Peter Mlills it 30/6; N. Foley at 50/6; P.F. rliarper. at 461/6;'Mrs. W. Garvey at 61,/; J. 1:Kinson at 48/; John:Koelly at 51/, 50/6 and 30/; James.Mn'Do ough at 44/6; A. Black at.50/; Thos. Lane at 60/; W. Frockleton at 37/6; S. 3'IKinnom at 22/6: Mrs. 31. Brown at 33/; and: George Oliver at 22/ and 2316i and quote: Best forward stores 46i to 51i; well grown do.37/ to 44/6;' slips 22/. to 36/. . Sheep: 1017 penned. Competition was fair, and the.bulk of the yarding were sold at satisfactory valuca for .dessis.: 'Thos. Gleeson, Ml'alhaon and Kelson,'Jolhn Siattory,Jas. Buchanan; ,i. I1. Threlfall...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CO-OPERATIVE BACON FACTORY [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

CO-OPERATXIVE lBACON FACMTORY Thli Westerhn ind Murray DistriotA Jincon Clring Coanii?m will truck pis firoi. Colac ne.t MIonday. During tlhe past theo 'eeks 309 pigs haIvebeen sent front. Tranig t? thie factory, and tlior.tt citroes are. keeping up theoi trnckinigsj i61l. .; he fiatory, ia now ou'ring a largb numilBr of pigs weelkl anrd thliori' is a. goo domintl for the oiltpiit . . . - . . :. : "

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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ROOSTER'S VITALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

ROO'ST'WS S VITAL1TY. .\ poultry-keeper , of Bonrke Ores ceirt Gaelong, felates ni remarkable display of iitality. on the part of a Whlitoe ?hoi n cockdrel. It was miss ed f ronm a lienu at New Year, and Iwas givdn up.. stolen or ekeipedl Nine davy later, when a- heav? box was m~ved from nlaionsitde the hou.se, the emaciated bird was found huddled up in a crovieo nto which it had become weded 'when "foragiig for` wiheat. It had eiisted during nine (lays of heat without food or waiti". and though barely breathing when diecovefrd', it recovered. dlily .after takifig food, and was about again in 24 bours.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE TENT MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

T'IIE TIENT MISSION. Sn-morrow. a tent ,niiFsion Will be colinmenced by Messrs. Hanger and Clai/ in the tenit :it the corner of Rag ]Ii Pairide and Liebid Streets. The missitineri are liboirifgi in connection with the Chnichei of Christ in Vic toria. :.Mr. HBaner has had extensive exnerience as a missioner in the vari ous Stated of the 'Ciminonwealtlh, and has alsh worked in Great; Biitain, the United States of America and Canada. Mr. Clay is the leader of Song, lie has a 'ich and stronii tenor voice, and is iery haimV iii leadini' n congregation iii snni. Mrs. Cliy aicmonbanies her husbaiid;. and the' ineetiind are helped by solos and dulets hv llhem. The tent is a liare oii;,s ani is well-furnished arid eutiitmd. The first service in ths tenti will Is held hi Siinday iifternooii at half- ast thine, iheti Mri. Hagger is annoniired l to sneak on "A Gigantic Octnous" thig will hae a temperance service. 'hli Sunday iiht -seivice will 'cmimfence at 7.45. iid the theriie ill be "Gml's G...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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VISIT OF REV. A. T. HOLDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

VISIT OF REV. A. T. HOLDFN. One of the best kniiowi clerics in Vietoria is-the Ilev. 'eA. T. Holden, B.A., ueneral secretarV of Methodist Homle Missions. Mr. Ifolden holds, in addition .o the Mission secretariat,tho position of Lieut.-Colonel to the Corm imonweatlh .'Forcs: and, is the Grand Master of the Freemasons of Victoria. He is pavil' Warrnambooll a visit on Sundai" and 3Moibdai next. preaching in the Methodist Church .it 11 and 7, and Wanuoom at 2.30. On the Moln d:iv niht aIt 8. he will deliver i letuire on "Tl'h Story of our Missionis" Mliss Ruby .Bod. the -metiopolitan silert who is well knowin in Methodist cirldes.' will ilso shine s solo by spec ial reouest. Offerines will be taken .t all serviees for thedhoiiif inissiba fund.

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STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

. !/ .STA.TI -PICTURES. ý: *i,'{' SA. minaifife'lt lattle" icture, ' de Dbicti7neýan eveint; ia-nthe early' history of" merica will. it i annoufnced, be presented this crenienit b the Star Picture Co.:T 'i ieiture.: which is ben titlEd&l fii Battlo?.f Elidrhusli Ghlhi is a uroduction of thB famous Ameri can Biouraoh Co.. .Irhose battle pic itues hiiie alijvs atthiiil a heigh of realisin wliich leaves little to be desired. Worthy of suecil mention ils t are ; "'ThIe, Steel Kin''s Last Wish." a fine 8-reel oroduction, and the sixth series of "What R;ppened to Mary." This week's story deals witlrthe-liehineidi s idurnev acrossithe Atlantic. and shows her at the end of man adveiitures installed in- a .stateli Neiw York liansion.: Coredy; dramatic. tonical and industrial sub iects comolete an exceDtionally strong proeramme. Thle Town Biind will.play. selectionrs urior to ihe entertainment.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

I PERSONAL. The Cross of the :renich Legion of Honor has been conferred "upon Mla d:ie' Sarahl Bernhardt. the famous actress. who. tlhoule in her sixty-ninth vear. shows no diminution of her re niarkable uowers. "llisho .Moorhouse. who as Bishop of M1elbourne was esteemed inot only by Anirlieans but h' citizens of all de Iminilations. is aiow 87 years of age. He is livion a ouiet asd retired- life at Poundlisford' Park:.an interesting :and t)icturesoue ohl Tudor house, built uin the; rei.n of KinL Edward VI. in 151T, foii48.:Z.i.or ioile years after i?ariir .Aiistralii. ilishoo M3loohouse dresided. over. the see, of .Manchester. He.resi'iied thi bishouric of Manches ter sixteen 'years a-eo. SThei relatives in the W?arrnambhool d'strict of GeTrg o Viery Cardinal, s.n of Mr. (;erge Cardinal, of lPhil lip-street Parramsatta, N.S.W., will be pleased to hear that lie was, very successful in the Senior University e: miuatioin. ie passied in latin, Ancient Iiistory. Modern Ilistory, French...

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ST. AUGUSTINE'S BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

S'l. IGIJSu y'S BS t&D. S'l'h'meinhenrs: df: St. Augustin':s Randr.. aho, ' ivisitei?l '~ ri-inhl'ol ihi connection with the Jananese Fete, left ji,? they.?fterboona train yesterday. oii their return to Geelane.; Tho:boys "ere ii" niinmnusi .ii thleir expressions of hearty aRnreikation of the kindness shown, to thei ;bv, residents "oi the iitowiinduriie their brief stay here, "ind urior to the denartuire of the train the Bandnmaster ilade partictlar refer ence to the hosoitality shown to the lads bh the residents whio had provid ed homes fqr~thebi rhile'iiithe town. The "bldl decla're ,that they had had the 'ftimieodf'their lives."" The Band' blaved several selections: before they left. ail ithe train pulled out of, the station to the otf thiisof iilaih eLng tS e AdLn

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KOROIT PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, 16th January. (Before Mr. E. Williams, P.M.). BAR DOOR OPEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

KOROIT PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, 113th Ja-uarli. (olmore .11r. E. Willi.ams, P..M.). 1BAII{ 1D01 01'1N. I':oi. Wright, lireiisee of the Curl t11 If1n. Killarnr"y, 'was clharged with havin. t.! heir o'.r opern .;1ftcr hours, oil :yJlh l) I.ieemlcr. Colbil.t:le Nico! saidl oil .30th loenm lihtr, i ll company with .Colnable NXel sun, ie visiteld tille hotl] :inl1 foindl thie Jbr door 'wilde open. 'There wals al'ithl mi i if n ill tl. r h lmr. .FijiWd £C,!,: uit .'2.1) coits.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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MONEY AND MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

M ONEX AND iliLKT. Clieues to siippliers of tui Cola~ Dair yiig, eomp?ily iaveu been liej te'd, the sam" of £23,311/S/1 being'jdistri: buted for the iilk and" croam siuppliod duoringlthellnooth, of December This paymenh t is £2 021/1,1: g1reatei' tltin thflo sum naido ait for )ecorriber, 1912, the price paid per lb. buotter f't lieihn thel niamb on each oecasion.: The out pot of butter foir the past monith was 21943 tons. beinm an' iierease, of 13 tons S oiit, ooer ti8 correslionding 'mouth'of thoe previoius velr FoIr the yea.r :just 'ended sudomliers ha?e been iaid the earn of'£222,024/2/2 for milk unld cream supp!ied. Omleques ~ranog froin ;6586/172 doswn t 2/...' 'Phe quiantitv of bittef made last moni.h in ere Oampcrdowa factory as 255 tonis 18 et. e iir: 131h. The Oacmilerdon Company' total, pay 'meetsefoc'?"Deembhl.er 'a?iouiiited to -26,59019j0. iThe next .best, t.oothlv 'total-' p.ayment t' ?.s£ 19'l5608/1S1 in Decembor, 1911. ,

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VACCINATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

VACCINATjION ACT. .1. Iattr., eras t1;:;.rmdtirilj not havilig hi; chiihd vaueeh,:tteI. I Ie pro IIcc(( a certificate tha~tt the chil'1 was nolt ((·II liolmgl at !:le·s.ot, :ii~d tllr vale was ird~?1nIrICed.

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HOW FREIGHTS HAVE JUMPED. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

HOW F'REIGHTS HAVE JUMPED.' :':: : - cord' shipment of: grain foi thhe firs quarter of the year is the exeeptional pricei asked, for. tonnage (st.ats the 'Geelong Adveiitiser").' :"'ie French four-ma.sted barqlo Villeo d,'' Harre, which conie to,Geelonng;in balli'st on Tlniisdl'y,' has been . chartered thli week at 29/ per ton.:.t:ii oily foir. or fiy?nvears=-ago that Frelncihivess6ls ofi?ier size, eacouraged by the Gov erfinnit's liberal" mileage :bpunty; whMil'h l'secbrie at 21/ to 22/ per ton,' awileo Britdish d'suel seldonl wnet be onid 2l1/.f O:inersr :of steamin? . are asuag 3iJ/ periton `aid between tlhe tn exorters ire operiting ver cautiounsly

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NOVEL FRUIT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

NOVEL FRUIT CASE. Ieferee.?s were made in canble oies el,,es minlished. in October last- to a novel aeckane for fruit. the adoption of which rb Australian rcxorters was reaommlend'ed lb the Commonwealtlh Trade Commissioner for Germany, Ile rr lncioch. A samule of the new I:ackaoe has been received 'from the, coinmmissidner. anri the Minister for I:iternal Affairs has unssed it on to the Victorian .I)enartment of .\gri?rl ture. with.a sunirestion thatr those in terested slhould be aforded an oppor tunityof jtainre as to its adn ntainaes, o(f anly. over thll case iow in use in Australia. The rackae received from (Glrmanv contains apples. and it is in tendsle to onIen it at ihe GovIernmi nt (eool Stires at 11.:30I u.m. tn Tuesday next. 20th inst.. in the uresencce of cr hardlists. shri,'ers. and others.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

* THEL uaMED1AJIL VALUE.' Of., "WP.OLREYýS&JNAPIS":; in' ouies of gravel, ' oub nd, rhhuxumtisw i popularly own and appreoiat4d;, avoid tcunteafMtta. WANTED.-People with falling hair--daidruff, baldness or grey hair to pro?e by..actual results that the ITALIAN HAIRL RESTOIER will not only promote a thick, healthy growth of hair, but will restore grey hair to its natural color without acting rs a dye and discoloring the skin. Price, /6.--F. W. Bloore, Chemist, Liebigstreet. TWO DOES. GIVE RELIEF. "I am subject to' bowel :'troubles which cause pain and inconvenience," writes Mr. Alfred Wanse, 185 Auburn read, Auburn, Vic., " two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea lemedy give immediate relief. I am pleased to know there is such a sanf and certain. remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and al ways keepa bottle handy." Sold by all chemists and atorekeepers. So statement was issued, but it ip believed delegates found it inexped-. lent to proclaim a general str...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

S Stock of £50,000,.vorth of New Goods mtay -be turned ii8liard caslit.ahieve !' roffering sch Astoundi"g Value, the like ofwhich lias nev erbeen ?:seelat- any .Sale, : E npt ourim will beattie lnd andthls ofeatheFiolutio Sale ecome a recordfot this< i-t· t .° So of £,50?:; o"' rthy : of ",e: G?oJo: ? m ,. be t - ine. i nt' o rd" t a ? 5hi" 11 ,]l GAoodswwlll be.marked at Prices for Cash and at such a low rate that a glance will siffice to prover that Genuine Brai arel ei'agi r.eng offered: J'}ý fAINT' oROIDERl D 0 BLOU- CAMBIO COSTUMES Blouse 'HILDRENIS ROMPERS note .? ES for 1/3". and Skirt- for 2n11. the price, for 1/. T,, t ADIESEsslsroidered ONE-PIEQH '7AuiNER'S RUST 1?ROOF corr ip "FAVORITE" CORSET,; ;i 01. 1 fo r 6/1 ,. -ý .1. ' 1SEi'TS Sere /Gi fr 41i 1 ý '-for somfort and weoa for 2/6: ., INE QUALITY?LACE ,TRiM- "iI OOD 'C-. " CO KNICKERS frill- ICLOTOED ,inen O·lE-PIECE .-'+,,ND :N.IGHTS,,10/6 for,;5o: '. ollrel/, Wfor 1ROE~ ',m'rked 321:R; ,for 10/6 it " "- .: ...

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