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ARRESTS IN PRETORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
IARRESTS IN PRETOItLA. At' Protoria to-nicht a force of mointed anid foot volice raided the local strike headcanarters and arres.ted 20 of the leaders. includinr thie entire strike eoaniittee.: A number of mechanics'at the.Pro niier l)iainond mhie. which is a vast property near Pretoria. went out on strike this iftenoon. 'riThe ringleaders were imnlediatelc arrested. whereupon the rank and file risked to be allowed to returli to rork. but this requiest ijits refstied.
ARREST OF THE LEADERS. "COME OUT OR BE FETCHED." BIG GUN PLACED IN POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
AlaREST OF TIlE LEADERS. "COMEi OT i 1o Ii FETCroHED." BIG G UN PLACEI) IX POSITION. :Reiuier's Aglenc? has -been informed that :the letter sent' by the Govern ment in reolv to: the offer -of .'thle strikeleadeir. to suriender ,ass sternly bliief. It ave themlh five tminutes to come out. failin .which they would be fethelirl outif I After. this renlv.hid .beeti sent in, the cordoi drawn" rundid the Trades Hall :was:ereatlv strenlrthened' by ad ditional detachments of uolice' and a coinmaido of Burlieras: A'12-9lunder ,nm was nosted in Commissioner?street and trained on the Trades Hall. .General De .li Rev and the` local control ollicer. Colonel Truter, Chief Collnissioner, of Police. superintended the dispositions of their force. ,When' these ureparations had lieen comnleted:'1Mr::J. T. Bain (secretary of tlih Federation of Trades) gi"ppeared it a i widmtln" of the Trades Hall and protested against this display of forge. The, strike committee.. he said, were iinarmned, and thew woul...
SOUTH AFRICA. GREAT STRIKE COLLAPSING. ALL LEADERS IN CUSTODY. RAILWAYMEN STREAMING BACK. CHOAS AMONG STRIKERS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Johnnesburg, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
SOUTH AFRICA. GREAT STRIKE COLLAPSING. , LL LEADERS :IN CUSTODY ,?RAILWAYM'EN STREAMINfG . BACK,,'?.,;. CHAOS AMONG STRIKERS . 9 17. (Reute s Telegram.) T he collane of' the'' South; African railwasv strike "seemed imminent at -a late hoirb t-iisiwhte It isfeeieteilt that the: ful uervice oftraiis will be re ~Ntiiberi of thhe triers'are !strettm ine bhck to lBrlriainfonteiniiand "the other iirain railway centres. These men declare that it is useless to continue strjkinir as theiir- leaides, liaee gone, iiil" tvier;tlhini has b4eii reduced to chtis. The easv collause &lt;of the stirke of miners: is als ' confidentlyv predicted, ailthiouiul the position it the minies this eveniner wais practicalls unaltered from the oinewh'at niixed position of this mornini.. when somoe mines were idle, while othdr', were: working as usual and others again were working with reduceditaff.. : Rellter's corresnoindents thrloughout the strike reeinn in' th.'l'rnnsvaal,the Oranee Free State. arid N...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
-.WHOOPING.COUGH. "? Iy little boy had whooping cough very badly." says Mrs. A. Henderson, S:The People's Store, 47 Elgen Road, .Morningtoa, ,N.Z;. "I tried several omigh mbdicines without any of them ;::doinghim any'gobod, then I tridd Chamborlain's Oough Remedy and lie ..got inmedito relief. Since then J1 have always kept a bottle of this wonderful medicine by me and recorm mend it to "oeveryone." Sold by ail :. Xohemist 'and storekeepers. lb LABELLED PACAG :LADIESI ::I 1Ladies shose hoiItli aisn tausing thoe any anxiety are strongl. advnsed to consult Mrs D.' iD:: ff rd, Sdperin tendent of tho'N.'N?-iliiraHealth Co., of 49 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne and leairn from her how 4good health may be restored to thorn by means of the wonderful "Nabura" -::'Hnm Treat ment, that las'oiirediso many thou aiswk of women and girls. No c6arge whatever is' inadoafor, tho e.onssitat ion or advice; '-N.B.B-Mrrs.T Clifford's next visit to:' Warrnimbbool' takes planc on TUESDAY' and WEDNES DAY, lOt...
CLERICS SHOOT BREAKERS MIXED BATHING APPROVED. Sydney, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
CLERICS SHOT ::BREAKERS M IXED .B DTHIG APPROVED. Sydney, Jan. 1G. R imarkablo chnago.is manifest in h,'ae ittitudo of tho. ohurcheils towardli ".lifiiurb at, hii: "; ;.; . ,? . ' . lhis " i llustiated by tho:Church Missionary., Association's' summer ee"smoh:ol at Astih? nor .?~oclh is at ':tnded hb, ?ldouit 300 persor?" iicl il "ing emlinont chlurch digriitkries., Surf bathing.is ono of tho attran .ions, and is.enjoyned.d.ily, Venorable 'clerics aro to" be seen shooting the breakers with; their duglteors and ''prominent waromner: workers. T?' aidsworkof the sununer school is to reviere;conditions in the missionary field and 'niake ilans for vigorous pro gross along definite lines. Tho mornings are devoted to Bible 1study, i.the nigts .to missionary di, cussions, and the afternoons to surf ing and touring.'
THE WEATHER. OUTLOOK SATISFACTORY. Melbourne, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
" THE WEATHER. , O.UTLqO -,S' A'ISFA.TOR . S-- Malbourne, Jan . 16; T 'iS usihinoii :ndiA cbol t;breezes' mando la'lf I ,nnt't i:s el'r ? 7r" n .the'metroiplis t6 day -Mr H A' liit Conrinoi wealth, Isroteorologist statled that theliowrifther (hi flctora was no controlled by '. ':h " pieli ssure ure centred over the '" C "et Australian Biglit. 1bo doeolop ,ment had considerableo nerg, and '"thifld bituo the conditions to continue :f'ein for theo nhet ,day ?,or two, ':ith cbol ':to mdodieato tenlpeitra ies ana south Sey wvinds. -'l,** ' ,,-, - - ,
A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
%I nednall3 iii ea n J'U,; S I t at' p Writing: ',ifromtiBkcawn m 'Vie., MfI! ..illiamdJohn Youll, late of 'HarveoaV t..own. .Sgehawk ,. .a-u ,i, t 'gr " ' "t b tI stteentv h Jy o n r f frlit ag dty Oive'teo ,yt cr oiit tihsie seem to somare t ?:rmarkable htateiueh v o ulng hruiOrUtyhto send you tisfro ietter , lr y! friendst hope:thrta.othes ?i io S.i?etime. .-Dbe erisn asi;,te skililand .tat' J1d" copltaint; Bsel1ghts)Dlheese o? te shaed ma uchl pain and miseryl th? 'sserapo,' rie: brly yrrhve'. This ', nto msake, but-itcan be subotantidthd' tr" ianybne'.thospital'itha h 'the trouble r ti) enquire, for;themselvei fromeitnh"or f:,ndy friends mwhwy rlcrndslvdih t gl.at ,te tipme.n;.Dosplte Oal the, skill ;and at tentIon ,bestenpd, oene,j., by,,a iehos-. j 'il'dobiots atila nurses t,;le;dially agrther proured tors havino di'g, 'esLo.. The doctorsb g hafee ,mo'"up: as 'stincuureiblo and ave:i ebrriva It'ain tateeks longer t}ollaivi I????in tlih' stakLen ;thinroinong the. hospital to.m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
ml' P or.. C II. "For ..' ye besn using3 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,'. says -MIr. Herbert..H. Woodhead, Went worth', N.S.W." `"We" have" 'sia:ehil dren sandainvor.nsoe anything else for tho treatment of coughs, colds aind. bronchial complaints.' I?'-codfidently recomfieond Chamberlain's. Cough lremedy to eveoryone,,moro es;eciallye young .lhildrenah s?alth .to safeguard. t:nevsri fiill o" to"' .r..li n arll casiesi Sold !y all chemists and store keepers. STIEl COST: U.U EGLFCT.,', 'luhink'of~tho c+st of neglooting yoiur kidneysit means thiat you are s1lo iig kidney ;poisoniito accumulate .in the stom, andd the poisons ..ause rioloha? pasin: ti' the bck,:. dropicoal reellinsi?ga"nrioa n$disorders, ?,gravel, stopsl; ,rhoumatiSmu pout; :,h1eitude,; sloopiec ness cct inci tionai to worry, e= csivo thirst neuralgia.; Asi genuine' )oat's .Balbkache Kidneo Pills restire' to trained, over orked ,kidneye their' full. power" of filteringthe 'dangerous kidney poisons from the blood, and dies r...
AROUND WILLAURA. THE WHEAT CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
ric AROUND I'WILLAURA, ii7 ,aTHE WHEAT: CITY:." : 'J 'illariri, situaited"half:·iayibotween 'Ararat indtDuhnkeld;i on the;Hdiniltoi linu, is a city of wheatotsLoigbeforo ut- onter the township -ou-.inil thies out. There is, just now, wheat on ec ery -sido'iiid"'thie buzzl of the harvy ter i'o -yout 'erywhere. 'Far away crtiif: earshiot. .rioing-clod$ i f i idu"I tall yonef otiieir hat ve !er1dl bu Sl" enigaged. in ' tearing-; the,, golden" Uihoat from-its stalk.-It is- a t-:gwiiship .rbitiidiscent: in?ii tlit;4f! f Dieflfic s'citei ofbEdbn wIvlidchlrk l'r p .Tapley sitt!I "fpr,.tli;l?Seiirs agd there :ias no u\illiiira -oy the notibie 'of -it" Tih, very-itknimdiofthe-lace is, ilew.i Ct ised;to;beicalled Wickliffa-roai, an;, 'it is" a' mere-roadside station of real! ly no 'acciunt. :.'But; unliko. .:Eden; 'Willaura-ainterialised- into --a fine, thrivingi toinship, busyl aliw ays bhut iimiply: thi8bbiiig:?iith work at' this ulne -of- tho' year. . uThe Wlllaura. peopleo are exeqdingly ...
WATERSIDE WORKERS. ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS. UPHEAVAL UNLIKELY. Melbourne, Jan, 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
WATERSIDE WORKERS. ARBITRATION PROCQEEDLNGS. UPHEAVAL UNLT.iELY. Melbourne, Jn. .10: The council of the Ftdoiateld Wa terside Workers received a mesage to-day from Mr. Sterirt; Registrar of the Commonwealth Arbitration Courti requesting the attendance at his office o, representatives of the employees af fected. by thI dispute with the em ployers. Representatives of the employers received a similar message in order that Mr. Justice Higgins might Lo placed in pdiSession of the reasons which actuated the employers in desii: mg a compulsory conference. Messrs. E. Northcote and Adams ttendled on behalf of. the employers, and Mr. Hughes, M.I.R., and Mr.J.. ,Morris for the employes. The registrar. on behalf of Mr. Jus tice Riggins, asked Mr. Hughes for an assurance that it was not likely an industrial upheaval would occur. Mr. Hughes said .ho was able to give that assurance. Subsequently representatives of both parties reported to their councils. The employers, it is understood,de cided so...
TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS. ý'lMessrPu O'Brieni Bros. will hold a land sale'at their K6roit, Sale Yards bn Tlhursdlhv?r 9th inst: -',^ «- .. / SParticulars annear inl our advertis itiicobluiiiis reeardiiig ah examination ii' coinictionrii with the Sttite Piblic •M6sirs. Crainond l iid Dicksoi. ad si6ieisn. that the.o?eriiiine d of their sile ifvisahead of'al:l.eiictations, and stlite a fdesh urice list will appear in Tund iecv'a "Stanidard." Siessrsi. Archibald Macfarlahne anid Co. s?ill offefi p Fridav. 30th inst. a biprberti at Mailer's Flat, and a buildif in'llotntent ci iafthe ;iorner of Sli?ie and Deiinv Streets: ".Warrnaml eool. in tlid'estate of the lata W. Bur coithe. '??ssr.C.l . Mitfleekn arid Co. (in conminctiinti withlFArclibalhl Macfarlane and Co.) will hold early inii February a sale of wheelhrieht's and hlacksmith's mncahinery and ulant: also buildings for removal. etc.. under instructions frp H,1). D. Stewart and Co; Mr. W: White. Keolerstreet, has a villa re...
THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
STHE CRADLEtS FULL. "Bonus? oi. no bonus ,. ys the Hon. J. Cook, "thbe country needs to have its cradle full.'' A book dealing with this subject in a most informat ive waS will be appreciateid by child li mariied eouples. It will be sent free if 2d. 'is remitted for~ postage. -Address Dept. 40, Ladie"s' ollege of Health, _46 Elisabeth: Street, Mel bourne,
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914
+'q;TO-D SýV.VS ' Woarronarbool,-Hices - - ETiifries. olnof f4,. hr~°7thI1 st mi ;vents.i H, nlv ont Merri sc ·:;:,.});i v Mecetinr.of, thc &Dllansfo1d Brauch. "1:\1'.N; U.l..arford ierlv'urcs' Hall, 2.30 ninr4 1; i " 1 ;r+. . q tux·· r oti-,- , l)au-re urn· i d a of. refmrecmentt stall :at;Jaoaneoe le[i .Oddfellotvs!,' Hafl, S ' va[Peeto"nof titoiirnoioin rmrnitteekof Eizot.1Tours I)av Celehratioiis, 1oe rav's' R l ,ii roher Hotel .: Sp t.o