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TOWN BAND CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
'TioWN BAND OARNIVAi L. Satisfictorv orinarations are . being mado.to brine .the Town Band Blue midl Goild Gard'en Fdit and Carnival to a ?ie.s.?hfil:terniination. The ladies' committee is workine assiduously; and the renorts are of a very .satisfactory charaeer., The various stalls will , be well. stocked. with 'siods. Several in teresfinsL novelties will be ifitroduded, and there. will also be a first class pic ture show. T'he. fete will be held .at the Botanical ?Gardens, on Thursday iight. 29th -Jiuiinar. The next' meet iicn of'ladies and dentlenien i'll be held at' htlieBiiidriooin. Keiler-street, next.Tuesdavfni5iht at 8 o'clock:-'All intiersted ae feuuiested to attedid.
ALLANSFORD. Dec. 15. SUCCESSFUL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
ALLANSFORD. Dec. 13. SUCCESSFUL BALL. A bll oruanised bl the Children of -Marv: held in the 'Town Hall on Mlonday evenin .in aid of a stall at the Jauanese Fete. was a decided suc cess in "every way. T'lel, supper was provided eratuitu.slv by, the ladies. Messrs. 31or an :ml" Davies were the the musicians and lMr. A. Gaul acted i~s l.C., 31is .Joihanin Carey and rMiss Katie O'Bricen were. inoiit secre taries anil carried out their.duties ef-° ficientlv.- ...: INLAND MISSION. The li, et. John Flynn. -superinteln deiit df thdi' iustrlian Inland Mission ill coinection with, the Presbyterian' Chure h.will ;rollhnlt services in the Allansford hcireo on Sunday nic.xt.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
K.· ·A J * . } t> "air . (i; 9 ~FOOT WEA SPEIAfS1I LAD I E S'~yhiteCanvasaLace Boots,- elf caps, good, eh ipoa, spcial prices, /11, 8,1 and 1016 pair. LADI ES' Glace Kid Anklet Court Slioes, neat seif bow, special prices 8/11 and 10/6 pair. ! 'ADIES' Glace Kid Balmor.ils; patent trimmings and newest shapes, special prices; !)9, 1016, 12]11. pr. LADIES' Glace Kid Oxford Shoes, pump soles, pat caps, special pricos, 11/, 12.6 pair. LADIES' nnexl Derby Lace Shoes, toecapped,several shaipos, special pride, 111 and 1216 pair. GENTS' White Canv:as sale., toecaps, iver cool nd :i light, special pr ce, 7/11, Sl1",' 12/h pair. . . G ENTS' BloxCni lalmllorals. whole goloshe.l, spec all prices, 0/)1, 11/6 and 13/6 pair; I. .. GENTS' Glace id Lee ,l, m,'t.erhby.;fropte new?. American toe, sp, cial prices, I2;0,1/6.1/, l6l . 1 i. GE NTS' Enaiel Perly Lace, Shole; :four American :shapeos, special price;; 1¢16 7I'6 qand 20/ par" ai. GE NTS' Ox lllbod'ialmorals antl Shoes flre sap " special price...
UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
IUNIVE[RSIIY ,XAM1N ATIONS. Arthiu Ul nderinu a student it the Warirnambool Asricultural High School;. has, nasse the iunior public examination "in: eipht subiects, viz., Eielisbh; Latin: liistorv. arithinetic,al gebrti -eeograihiv. iphysics and dra8' inci. iiiin- distinction in arithietie, daleibr and drawiiin. 'This nlakes nine passes for iuiirio l ublic, besides two¢ piasi 'for senior' public and one plas for iuittiriclttlhii td the credit of the school. Another -,ood performance in the. iunior nublicwavs that of., Madter Giis. Glesbhh. of East Wirrnainbool, d puiil of thl Chlittiiii Jlfotliehs' Col lege; He'~ aiied .distinction in geo graphy. Lati: 'iritlisietic. algebra,and passed in Enelish and p,nmetry.
ORIENTAL CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
* ORIN'i Tii CARNIVAL. The Oriental Carniival. to be hold under the ioint aiisiices of the Citi-' izeils' B:ild and Fire Bricade. promises to be eiie of the leadina local attrac tions iext, month. One of the features of the undertakins will be.an anrt un ion for a .liandsome oil painting exe cuted bv Mr I. J. J.Forrester from a picture .'entitled "Hawthlorii Blossoms" by E. J. White. Tlhe orieinal is in the Worcestei Art Gallers. oEnland. The scene re?resents the bdeitiful wihite hawthorn blossoms hancina over, a densefill sheet if'water. Which is the beiid of l riiser. The dark shadows look very soft and cool. The white blossoms and bricht hands form ai leasing con trast to the shailowy water. The sky is well studied.. its soft white clouds iiid .elnfitises of bild beine siery at tractiveii to lhe ee. I lie seno is on the Tillinhboaiiiuie at Abineie. and close to the rioadl that riius from Dorking to Guildforsd..' This haiddsonie picture, which is villied at £1511t5l . hasl been gr...
RATING APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
-.Se 'lOeiO riirt foir'dolin'gwiti tho ap: peals lodged aainst . ath v alutions B COO " y wtAlioW h6j iio1, ioiso on "olodlay next. A lrg6e pr= portio .f t-he . notices.. of api padl- ats o totlin u'foicil' ha"ve aeen " itudi?ri.-,and in several other ases Ran amendmeint of theo iluation rill be slked for by, consent; It iseox. t "thi dcilone,or two eases will !e,?ofit~sefl. : . ....
ONION REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
ON ILON L'TIONS. ow that the onion season is abo-it LoOmoenee ·'grow8 s?.f -.-tliis-c-rup· h:olldll mak tlleonlselves conversant itelay te regulaions in order to avoid elag- and i~sappoihtimeni in market 1ng their produce. NIT ýr . '1¥i ,gthe llitrl lscctor, points out ?i i, ll Indist , e clear y and distinotly btlrnded with name0 of the grower and tho sendig sta, tions. The bags must b .sound and cleanhut. iew bags must. ie used wherý tllo onions ore intended .fo. p .rt. SProper..ggrading,is alsol for -,; -ri r?gil to wii l Eis an ti his- re gaii'd ti??r ?i ,?l?-omp I :'.'peirmit for: removal or; certifiwoateIoi. ex"drt?will .intldn' ... Iik no n.saro lhae tition.or v111rf1 the"ins"pectiolln ee b in s I *i ~ .p ol t 'F o r i ,s p 6 ct o n iqj.'] :tln O s 9ec'r. , :i "! M hrgri" drs r any u?o,.llatio eosor n -?h u,sI -re, in :t tions . ,. . - ofr tl e .re
"THE MESSIAH." [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
''THE 'dESSIAH." The: renaration for the rehderinig of: Handel's eraniid oratorio. ''Tho JMes sinla bh St. John's bhoir and:friends next Wednesday evenini in St. Jolm's Church: has been marked by mosst at isfactori rehearials this week.:The 'choruses- are hbeind rendered remark abl weell. and the solos in i manner 'that wil! give the utmonst leasuire to missic lovers. Mr. H. E. Pascop has his very canble material trained to a high standard of etticiency. and al tho?'gh the w?ork is an. arduous under taking. all concerned will iundoubtedly aedtiit thenikel~esiavell. Mlr. Ring's tromrbonie stilo.. "Th?u Trininet: Shall Sound"-(wasi heard to great advan ntaLe at the rehearsals.
MESSRS BEARDS' BUCKJUMPING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
MESSR ItFiARDS'.BUOKIUMfPING ' Me.rs..ll3 T r s' b junp'g show ave' 'the.opening. exhibition ian Wari'iminlbol"Il?st' ns'iahit in 'Lava street. to6 ha ai]ie atliterifnt of inter ested sneetators. T'li disDlav i?s a terl ni@hritoridoits oide ind proyided nlenty of excitement for the .sjport l,5iiie natrihis: the' ariihus feats both" hf horise mid ridlr elicitinit frequent .cheirinL and:heart-?i"ailause. "lessrs Bea:d ,Bros.h aae 'h spledid lot of lorsisestiPlid sfidiek 'Tierheard not only xspei:'c biidkiiniprs, but alre fine ani ,ihhls dcalculiated t deliht fhe lbaei of ai ioodtlffeedl 3Minvy of tlihen fierwell bred and have tirst-class steeplechai inn blobd iii their liacdirrees. One horse in narticularii a handsome light bay named ' oop. wi a i i grand form and1 \1r. I. Beard put up a ,rand' 'per forisiance ind~ retitaihi i hllii t ,during tlie'nimal'sI intricate girations' ind coiitortihns. He sias loudl~ alpplauded, and after the' feat offered a prize of £d5 to anyone owlio uoild...
The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY. Price—One Penny. FRIDAY. [?]h JANUARY. AUSTRALIAN BUTTER PROBLEMS [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLIBHJID DAILY. Prlae-On P nny (DAY. 1 h JANUAR Y. AUSTRALIAN BUTTER PROBLEMS Great, service,- ill Iave Ihen i'eniler ed to.the dairvina industry of the Commonwealth if the careful conaidet?-' ation it deserves is bestowed upon the rer codniilete and .comorehensive re rort of .r.' H. V. Osborne. manageri of the Westein.i)istrict Factoties'. Co onerative Produce Coriminnv. who has just reti trdtFJrom a trii'to the Unit ed Kinidoni.'m where he maide exhaus tive inoiniries iinto the viarii~is factors affectiui the sale of Aistralian butter in Great Britain. It hias?neen known for a lonI time Dast that, ertain cir cumstatices wecre uoeratiilli disadvaut aeoussl. to the) ili.nosal iid increased consuinotioin of the Aiistraliain pro duet. and the mission of M1r. Osborne ce:?;'rl ' discorierinc the .reciso na ture of the condiitions responsible for the trouble. 'Elie contents of his re-' port. blearly l einomnstrate that hie con ldueted the iie.sti;?atioti with ...
CURRENT NEWS. DESPATCHING POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
- .,CURRENT NEWS. ' PDE PATCHIdNG' POTATOES. *..AnAotHe r "double-hieader" proiduco .imriin lof t?i .Warrii.mbibo.l yesterday aftBerooni tikirig aboilt 450 tons of potat6os. to 3IMebournioe.fr distribu tibii to;: various .centres, principlly ignterStat. .It is estimated . that '80000o britof'nobtitos hare left tie ;districi'stttions' uring the pansL fort nig ht _'nd-t hi siiinple of 'tio tubers as.,been, uniformtlyigood?. ms isrno douibt duor tot?ihr?; absonco of Irisl brllghor -other, diseseae tiis season (o nsbuntiipoi t absenoo of heavy ,.rainW ro emn latck:ofmoin tsure p o ver arhile cliecking teo spread of cdireslso; lis Als 'oiaid 'iho' offect - of making tho; yields light, thea'nverago o ii: f.rchm :fouri to.fitdt6onsper r.are. The fall0in goff..intlo' yield is.to same xhteht ;oriipeh^iedl: for' b),. the fact| iid a'- vp?r- largeo piroportion of tie c=rl?" iconsist-" df' d maktbd:i le - pot atoes ? of spld ndid " "u! slitY?' I:. 'i stated ifirit seVeral drstrtct fl Pers havor...
POSITION AT THE CAPE. GENERAL STRIKE IMPROBABLE. Capetown, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
POSITION AT 'THE CAPE. GENERAL STRIKE 1LP?ROnBABLE. Caoetown. Jan. 15. The Ciane lbInch of the Federation of Trades iiet to-niilit to consider whetlir there should hb a' general strike in the Caoe Province or not. It idiodurnt at a late hour after a pro lon ed deliberation. Tlie delegates de clined to make anly announcement as .to the decision of the conference, but ii. iicoindefdiilv helieied that the idea of 4 teneral htrike in the Cape Pro vinle'lhi.l b?uen Ahlandoned ilt view of to-dav'?f peihtsi it lJoliminesbirg.
MOUNTAIN AFLAME. FIRE DESTROYS TIMBER. Kilmore, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
MOUNTAIN AFLAME. FIRE DESTROYS TTIMBER. Kilmore. Jan. 16. lusli fires in the.neiehborhood of the i'leit.Miluntiins. which. have been raignii for the last three weeks, are causing caontidernlle anxiety to the settlers. Thousands of acres of timbei country have been destroyed. Yesterday ifierncioi a ismouldering' fire broke out. on the Wandong tram lihne. destroving it for miles. ".len who had been . eneaged .for weeks infilhtine, t.h fires are thor ohlyhlv exhausted . . The fire has now been driven ri ,ack in a northerly direction to Clonbinone and Suinday Creek. The flumes of the Ki~iire Waterworks' TrUt - are' en dangered thrmoah falling trees. 'fThe whole: mountain is' nhi a naons of flame and smoke.