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INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES v. VICTORIA (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET., :I NEW SOUTH WALES c. VcTOI 1A (Reaiut'r Telegram.) 'Sydney, Jan. 16. In the. inafch between tNew South Wales and Victbria next week the former will be repiesented by the fol lowing: lTrtnn?ur, .e lad.ley Kelle w Mgdrtidna, ;Barbou,; Maartney, Collinis, Massie, Milley, Folkard and MeXewiv. FEndrgncy: ody. .

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WELL AND STRONG [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

WELL AND STRONG. What a grand thing it is for *d men to feel veoll. 'arid strong? The' Ladies'. Collegp of Health has brotiht forward a home treatment that has restored t{iousarids to health at a trifling cost. Those interested can find out all about it if they 'end two penny stamps to Dept. 40, Ladies' Oollege of Health, 46 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

;' CRICKET; The senior comnetition was resumed on Saturdavy last.. and the, day 'was marked bv another fine score by W. McDoinnld. wio looks like .utting up overi;iatlnisa.ndr :iis -forithe season. lo. date, liesb:oasc sored S~7 with an ,veraee of 142 .and has taken 30.wic kets at a cost of 7 runs each. Such fiaures are remarkable whatever the class of cricket. Joe Tlhonmsn strained his leg bad ly last Saturlday. and this. no doubt, was lareelv .the cause of his getting out wheln li dild. He batted in good form foi'his (i6) runs. The bowlinirnof the l Tetam was areatlv. weakened bv the absence of Ilurrev. Brown. and McCarthySprifig, lhouiih-he bowledV well. had too much to do. and tired himself.out.; Owinv to a inumber of the players oinge anxious to go to.thle IRaces to dav it has been decided to try, ani tilish the match on a couole of even inlls next week. cdmniencini T'uesday At Woodford. the CTeam batted all the afternoon and lost 9 wickets for 141. which anoears to be very slo...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

FOOTBALL. On the occasion of their visit to Warrnambool during the football sea son;.the Fitzroy Club stayed at the Caledonian Hotel, and as a mark cif their appreciation of the manner in which they were entertained, they have forwarded Miss Walton, the i censee, a handsomely framed, illumini atel address, in whlch they giveo x -ression to their appreciation of all that was done for their comfort and, pleasure' during their stay. The ad iress=hlias been. on 'view:iit Gray's Co losseum during the past week.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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KOROIT PICNIC RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

KOROIT PICNIC biACES.' THE NOMINA4TIONS. The folloswing are the nominntions for the above races; to be held on the -4ttli January:- YI.NGERY MAL.DFN HACK RACE P. Canrrolls Yours and Mine.':" F. McDonald's Cato H. W. Whitif:end's Dora,, S." Haddon's J. Fitzgerald's -. : .1 M' Slattery's Neaptide. A :'J. Bowmin's Glenburnie' 31?. DaTison 'and -E A: Trolloe's Son cf .a Gun. C. T Humphre.s'" Brassi.' W\OOSTAHORPE NOVELTY PONY Sin a RACE.: D. Moloiey's Ornithyrincus. .H:oKelly's Piccolo. "R. R ,Fitzgerald's iLad. Arden.:. 'T.: Cirmodv'saliks DDhrkness. P. McVeigl's Una. A H Boni's Belton. E.; McBrient's Frenchman. A.:KelNv's Samson. J. Parkinsons Foremost. A A:M. ;hKemp's Fair?:.Pdrt..:: H I:iParlkinson's Phyllis... Jas.. Ha.rdy' ,Ladv BSwn:re: H. , hlitehenad'. Dora.. b: aKOROIT:'I.NI: . , UP, ,J..?;Mnhoniy'siGoldleVal.: "JO!'Keefo'e .a;obi Eight. C. Hiimm's Lady, Hamlet TCrrmo?ly's Pri'ce Kir.rk. ', .:. ,H,?,?W:')7iicendt's Scottish Club.? .?J BraB - odki.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

BOWLING. TIhe following is the second draw for for the championshi p, to'be complet ed by January "24th: Tatb i-. Ellis; Cordner v. D- Grandi; Diwkins Armstrong or T. Hammond;' Kucks v. O'Mallev; IBrebner v. Peters; Harris v. Davidlson; Ward v. Anderson; Bur nett. a bye: To-day,'being a free date for thl pennants, it is hoped that the Full srink Trophy matches may be advane-' ed another stage. oMembers are reminded that all sub scriptions and special donations . will be thanikfully accepted by thie secret Entiies for the Helpman trophy will be reeived :in a few days. The time for completion of the first roiund for the Mayor's trophy (Handi cap Lairs)) expires to-day Only. oine imatch remains to. be played. The green is in splendid.order.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

ROWING. •Interest still continues to be shown by members of the local club, and the sheds present a lively.appearance each evening. Crews have been on the river nightly in preparation for the Mani fold Fours, to be .held on Saturday 'Several members havnr. interested themselves in renovating the Club's fleet, of-hoats. Mr.',Jack Fisher is in charge of. the work, whioh reflects credit "ohn the enthusiasts who are us ing' the tools.' Mr. Ernie James took his departure from Warrnambool during the week. His stay in the t?own proved valuable to the club, .iodt only in.the boat re pairing line,but also in coachiig the members to finer points of.the rowing came.This enthusiastic rower has earn ed the Cloub'sbest thanks for his help sind a"ble advice. The oarsmen of, Nagambie are los in'g the services of their honorary treasurer, Mr:.E F ..Osborne, who tor:a mimbero df :years iasa ',taken -a keen interest in the 'doind gs 'of the club. M-r. Osorne is manager 'of the branch" "of the;" Coloni...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

SWIMMING. Entries for the Henley on the Merri close to-day.Entries may be made with Mr: W. E.Brebner, at the baths, or the secretary, \Mr. W..E. . ilne.IThe Henley will be held, on Foundation Day, at South 1Warrnambool, arid ad litorinal prizes are advertised else shere. W. H. Finney,formerly. of the Lady liy? Club, has sswo? all the breast stroke-teststheld by the V.A.S.A. By his success Finney will represent Vi.e toria at the Australian chanipionship carnivals to be held at ' Sydney and . risbane shortly. V. Longworthi proved invincible -i swimmers of N.S.W., and carried win ning brackets in that State's chaim pionships for, distances or 220 yards, 440 yaards, 880 yiards and one mile.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

'......0 CORRESPONDENTB., ?Tae.ittnA.iobn if bcorr'espondents is iirectedto the notice appearing in our advertising columns to the effect that all communicatiohs must be writ ten in ink. Contributions written in sencil cannot be accepted, all such :'copy" being contrary to the regula' nous imposed by the Printers' I% ages Bldard. This condition also applies to' mdvertisonments.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE VIOLIN. WORLD'S MOST POPULAR MUSICAL INSTRUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

THE VIOLIN. WORLD'S -MOST POPULAR h MUSI CAI, INST'I'IltU MNT. 'his is undoubtedly the violin,lhere are mllre mlade anid sold every year than of anv.other kind of instiruuent. It is not ;as much studied in Australia as the niano. but in the old country thousands learn. every school ilis its violhn rand and classes. This change has come ablout in 'the last ten years. and is due to imoroved miethods of instruction and improvements in the construction of the instrument. Over two years ago the new style violin was introduced to Australia. and in large centres such as .l1elbourne. hundreds are-now takiini uu the study of the violin. The averave number of cer tificates eained for violin slayingi at the Melbourne centre of the Associated llnard of It.A.M. and lt.(.M., for the last seven years is 24 ?er allnnum, in 1913 uno less than ((1 certificates were awarded by the Board. (If this nunm her -49 learnt on the.new style violin. Some candidates are obtainiing won derful results. A girl of ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY RACING. CLUBS WOULD ALTER LAW. Trafalgar, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

COUNTRY RACING. OLUBS WOULD ALTER LAW. . Trid gar,·Ja Id16. Country racinir clubs desire to have .removed the present restrictions rola tivo to the number of pony and trot ting events that can. be included in r progranmo. n . With the object of making - sone practical move, a mieeing was held al S?ealou's. Hotel, lTrafalgar, yesterday 'ioe chair was ccupied by Mr It. 11. Warren; President of tI.o lrafalgai Club. It was thhought that the Chief Sec rotary should be asked to have the law altered to permit of more pon3 and trotting events--the number no1 •to .exceed four-being included' in i c~)ontry meeting. Several letters were received fron other clubs approving of the sugges tion, and it was deciecd to invite al country clubs to co-operate in thl moement: by sending delegate to cmference to be held at MIorwell olr July 12. . M.fr. D. C. Ccarey ns appointed see rotanry f.the mooement

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THE MARKETS. Friday, 16th January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. Prime Potatoes are quoted at £1 15/ per ton. MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

TEil MA1IKETS. .1. Friday, 16th January. WARINAMBOOL,, POTATO MARKETr. Prime potatoes are quoted at £1 15/ per ton. SMELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. Wheat: Firmness rules in the local wheat market, with restricted offer ings. Eor immediate delivery the de mand is not so good as for delivery a week or two more ahead. " January delivery is worth 3/61,and 'ebruary 3/1i. Tlhere is a good de mand forward' with few sellers.March April-lMay delivery has been sold .t Oats are firm, with little offering, and to secure supplies,up to 1/10 would probably have to be paid for good nmilling, and tip to 1/19 for good heavy feed. Maize is firm anid steady, but bar Sley continues quiet. rlThere is very little hay or straw available. Straw .is steady at late rates. The market for.'chaff was steady, and there was no alteration in rates. Thirty-five truck loads of potatoes arrived, hand the market was very slow,peices receding considerably from yesterday's rates. Lack of shipping orders was a contributing fact...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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SPEECH BY MR. HALDANE. REFERENCES TO CIVIL WAR. London, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

SPEECH BY ?JfR. HALDANE. REFERENCES TO CIVil, WAR. Iondoii, Jin. 16. ..Speaking at Buxton last night, Mr. Haldaine deprecated discussing' the negotiations regarding Ulster on public platforms., Mr. Ifaldano added-"I decline to despair of rational people reaching sorihethiig approaching a common de nominator. If Mr.' Bonarr' Law's peedah at Bristol prove unoncourag ing,' a good deal of time remains for people to talk of civil war in Ulster, but they should think of civil war ox tending over 'the whole of Ireland. Wai- was certain if the cap, forwhich Irelahd had waited 26 years; i? snarth. ed' from her lips."

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACROSS THE ICE. TRANS-ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION CONTRIBUTIONS COMING IN. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

ACROSS THE ICE. TRANS-ANTAI?R'TIO EXPEDITION CONTRIBUTIONS COMING IN. (Renuter'S Telegram.) London, Jan. 16. Subscriptions to the funds of the Imierial Tranis-Antarctic Expedition are coming in very satisfactorily. Con tributions are being received from al1 cLasses of the conmmtitity. Many of his old comrade h]ave ap plied to accompany Sir Ernest Shack leton. Applications to join tho oxpedi tioii have been received from Franco, Germany, America and teio overseas dominions. Ulessrs. McIntosh aiid Miarston, who wore members of the Iast.Shackloton eXpedition, havo beeoii iirolled for the 0OW 0110.

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EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. RETURNS FOR DECEMBER. Melbourne, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. UEi'PItNS FORl D ECEMBIRI. Melbourne, Jan. 16. A return issued to-dity by the Cus toms D)epartmeit shobw that the Vic torian oversea imports for December amounted to £2,869,038, compared with £2,111,171 for December, 1912. IThe exports for December, 1913, wetn valued at £3,598,624,. compared with £2,934,063 for December, 1912.

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TRAGIC DEATH AT SEA. OCEAN LINER'S CAPTAIN. Melbourne, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

TRAGIC DEATH AT SEA. - OCEAN IANIER'S CAJPTAIN. Melbourne, Jan. 16. While the Blue Funnel steamer 'Polenmn was off Cape Otway, about one o'clock to-day, Oaptain G. Fidds, master, dropped dead on deck from suddeli hemorrhage of the lungs. fMr. A. \. Blues, chief officer, brought the vessel on to Melbourne.

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SUICIDE. MORWELL MINE MANAGER. Melbourne, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

SUICIDE:. -0 aMORWH'lL MINE MANAGER. Melbourne, Jan. 16. William Brock, 45 years of ago, nianager of the Great Mornell coal minie, to-day shot himself dead at the mine. io H as recently suffered much as the 'result of a burning accident.

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BOOTS AND SHOES. THE TARIFF INQUIRY. Melbourne, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

UBOOTS AND SHOES. THE TARIFF INQUIRY. SMeburne, Jan. 16. At the siting to-day of the Inteor State Commissioin, Win. II. Renwick, seorotary of theo Freetrado and Land Value League, advocated freetrade in boots and shoes, and thought Aus tralian manufacturers could compete with .tho world if relieved of the bur dens??o their other, nmtorials.-i i;

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A GIRL DROWNED. Melbourne, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

A CIRL DROWNED. _-a Mlelbourne, Jan. 16. 'ui e b ~l~i"f Stael Hodgson, aged 16 f?eai?s; ho luid been missing from her. home at, Hawthorn since yesterday, was recovered from the Yarra to-day near, , Twickenham. The parents are unable to thiows' ai lighit on tlhe eir oiiniithiic siurroufiding their daugh* ter's death.

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

WORLD-FAMED H AT S Sor urabihty. and Distinctive Character in Style. .p. ALWAYS RELIABLE ommoniivealth ~1ian of tustralia HEAD OFFICE en SYDNEY S Th hi b:at open for al'clnse, d~' GENERIAL BANKING BUSINESS at ?;?-' EQUITADL.E BUILDING,'COLI ?NIS STREET, MELBOURNE ' S ·.·. . 1.0, at Sidney, Caonerra, Newastle; Adelaide, Perth, ilu!.rt' I'ritoane, Rockhanipton, Townaville and London. I.' I , ? IhllCo4 n I.iand? d1Ono, ' ld t odlng pianoll. l iran. f hore nidorol. Ill! i neeotiterforad and S-'•"2 io Iho6n.llkiin' ld Enond xchange o+hie'i? , rron r le.,crii tir~na.ontrtn d ihinl th e COlneonn. l ' " nlillh, Inilehd Kh:lon .!nand' abhrad.' Cnunit so..tl t di nod. IontInat paid on filed deposits.. Ad?lnce mlade' a.al t'all;pror v ercurkiie. '"' SAVINGS BANO DFPARTMENT * fI ý Victoria Contral Oficoot 3171COLLINS STREET, MELDOURNE. 4 ' ranhe to the above citles ind 2;000 Aen; oo a at o1 Offtieenihrlnm oui thr bLominonwealth D" O ita fromll/-,to 300 . < Int..te:at at '3 per annum....

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