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LOCAL CROPS. BARLEY AND OATS. YIELDS AND PRICES. Illowa, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

LOCAL CROPS. --" S i:. ILEY AND .OATS. iilELDS AND I?RIGES. Ara;Y ' Illou'Ia, Jan.' 1: '' ?.:' shinigi operations .hav been .- ,going on for the past fortnight,: aed nex ' t ek' will about' fini?s up.' The yields ure poor, being much.below the avcragv; -'Forty . bushels to. the , .:ro ii s ,g enerally .regarded as a light croab o, barley. Veory for crops will exceed:this during the1 present season; 3J, bushecls appears to be nearer the average, lhilst .'down. as lol" as 20 bushels havo. beenl thrashed in.several instainces. In the omajority of cases t-ie s?mple is light, the grain being unfit' for inalting purposes. The quantity ..of malting barley available in.the.district will be much :-Jbehind other seasons.: This is prin ^' eip ll due to the highswinds experi. :t ' {i iitted couple of imoths, back, which' '.:ad a blightix effect.' Although the 1,) qudantitylof barley suitable for malt ,tine p irsees .is limited, this fact does not appepr to timulate buyersto any ex:' tent .nd.th...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE REALM OF SPORT. TURF. Fixtures Advertised. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

*4THE REALMTOFýSPORT' :`-;TURF. Fixthiree Advertised Jan. 17.-WVirinalabo6l :lacos. Jan. 19.- Port Campbell Races. Jan. 24.I-Koroit Picnic Races. J• ?: 2C6.'--ainoeidown':l?4cee. • Jani: 1-Panmuire Rlaces:, Fobh 7.--Hawkesdale "Races. Feb. 12.-Portniand'Races. Marcli. 7 ;Adlesi Race. vMa:r l 21:-PPutraimn. Picnic Races. C(mu?ete arrandemente :have been made for tlie zannul!iSumn?er meeting of the l.Warroiapibool Ri..-. Club to be" heldt oil thef .otiisilar local course this afternoorin' Thle' awIn and various enclosures: are uini ecellenli?'cnditiol and 6resent auite ''sorinslike' appear ance. - :\Az-attractieb: roiramime has met with ia ready risteiis'e from own: ers anrid traiiners. so? that' a first-class day's snort is irassied: IIt'is expected that the secialtrains from Hamilton. Port Fairyv and CaniOerlo\·n will bi liberally natroiiishd 'amid itonly wants a favorable dayt ifenslirela large ate tendance: "The i»riles!aof:; admission are:-Lawirn. 51:. Hill. 11.,, The first race'...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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A GENEROUS DONOR. Wellington, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

A GENEROUS DONOR. Wellingtonn Jan. 15. 3r. ?.'i Crsivthorn: of, Nelson, "the donor of a solar observator, has given £15.000 for annew hosoitl. With .the Government subsidv. £33.000 will be availanile.h .

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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ILLOWA HACK RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

. ILIOWA HACK I.RACE. S; Haddoins a o-,. Humnii's;Lady; Hamlet P. Carroll'- Yours and. iine. -P. McVei~' 's 'iort Lad; S. Jacknian's Glen Elgin. H. :Parkinson's Me 'Smith: : J.M'ý Slatteri NŽeaptide K :'l [."lcKinfncn's Socond Blood. C:: T. Huinphreys' Brassi. SOUTHERN CItOSS MILK CART HORSE RACE. 'J MeVeivh'sl The Marquis .. 1). Madden's (iorman's Lane. H.: JMills'. .Welshmn ri. i A. J. Bowman's Glenburnie. , C. 'Atkinson's aNight Cloud.. P:.:' Ciaroll's Mlidnightit CROSSLEY LADIES' BRACELET: Mrs. J" Mnltonv,'s Gcldens Vaik Mrs. J. O'Keefe's Major Eight.. . rsC ui'Humim's Lady Hamlet. Miss Carmody's Princo Kirk. Mrs. H W Vhitelhead's Scottish SMrs. MicVilgh's Pdrt, Lad. Miss ecil Leith's Me Smith Miiss Shlter's Vodski.' : Mrs: MeKi.non's Second Blood. KILLARItNEY TROT. B. AL':ison's Cream Belle. K.' Buzeid's-Lady Nell: :J JJosce's Little Dolly. D. Bowman's Bonquet   J. Bowman's Enterprise. H. L. Johnstone's Harry. J; Iwyer's:Magie. R. Lyonis' Tiny:, . D:.McDoulden's Mr...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 17 January 1914

IN MEMORIAM. McKINNEY.-In sad and and loving memory of my beloved husband and our dear father, Robert McKinney,who died at Casterton, on the 17th -January, 1913. All is sad within my memory, Lonely is my heart to-day;   For the one I loved so dearly, Has for over passed away. No matter how we pray, dear father, No matter how we call; There's nothing left to answer But your photo on the wall. Sadly Missed. -Inserted by his loving wife and children.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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TOORONGA HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

Tooo.GA l,:ODC.1l'. Seien furlongs. The Ileggar Mlaid, 8.13 (W:.: Foul sham) . ........ Earl Godwin,.8.1 (1. Fi;'ler) .... 2 Two Ales, 8.5 (It. Baird) .. . 3 Othlr. s.nartcr: Abdicator, Culina, Thi Iintie, 31is Gowser, Pinkerton, :tla apshootert mltquariou3,; Mloodia, EIchon, B'acdt Pin, Dewberry, 1a reeli, Lmnma?l, Lucky Escape. BI.lting: 3 to 1 agst Two AIL, 7i to 2 Culna, 6 to 1 Thllo Beggar Maid, 7 to 1 hishon, 410 to 1 Earl Godwin. Cuann, lThe Ioggar mi aid and Earl Godwin led to the distance, hl:ere The Beggar. Maid to.k c.harge, and stal lin c.ff IEarl Godwin's challenge, won by half a length. Two Ales was three heal.th, off third, .Miss Cower fourth and Squarious last.. Time, 1 min. 2S1 sees.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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SUPPOSED SUICIDE. MAN'S BODY FOUND. Melbourne, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

SUPPOSED SUICIDE. .MAN'S BODY FOUND. Melbourne; Jan. 18. The body of John i-Kllowls, aged 64 years, who has been missing for some days, was found in tho Yarra near Heidelberg with a wound in 'the illoat. It is supposed that deceased commntted suicide.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

- GREAT J NEWS S FOR ALL. Keea, DLscrioa!ist Shoppers who have been eagterly lookinl forward to the special epportanities of secaring some EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS When we say that the price-cattlin which bas takes place ma-all Depart meats has been more drastic than ever before, it will prove A: "Startling Revelation to everybody who visits our Store, who will see the immense redactions of all Ussal Prices to enable as to effect a speedy clearance of the whole of our Surplus Stock at our Great Summer Sale A GENUINE CLEARANCE OF Present, Season's Goods IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AMAZING REDUCTIONS. . NOTE THESE TYPICAL BARGAINS. 54-inch WlitN o ajnid Grey. Sheet ing at 91d yard; 68-inch ?Idte Shooting at 101i?'yard. " Brown RBoler Towels, full. sie, O,.d each ". :, . ice-edged Duchess Sets, 3 mate'. and. a runner, 90d4t. ., .. Oream.,Damnask Table Cloths, 172 .ino)ist !qsg by 4 inches wide, for 1/11d each. - 28-?nch al 11ite and 'Natural Flannel; miade in :Wairnambool, lid yard. A Special Iin...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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V.R.C. RACES. WIDDEN AND THE GUIDE WIN THE JUMPING DOUBLE. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP WON BY ATORA. Melbourne, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

V.R.C. RACES. \WIDDF-N AN.D THH (GUIDE WIN T1HE JUMPING DOUBLE. ANNIVFEiSARY. HAXDI1C P WON SBY A'IOIJA : Melbourne, Jan. 17: 'lIe January iteettig of the Vic toria Amtateizr Turf Cluibbs a helldat Caulfield this afternoon. The wdathsii was favorable and attendance excedl dent. Results:-- . H HAWTHORN H URDLE IRACE.-:, : Two. miles 6i4 -yards. W\idden, 10.8 (J N ' te Gregor)...,, The 31aje-tic Nut.-.17 (I(., J. 2 Mlorgan) Dominiwian, 9.13.(H; Craiti-s)'.s 3 Other starters: Domts, -ltectlect, Goldfish, Arcadius. :r - ?? BIoting: .9 to 4 agst lThc, ajestie Nut, 5 to 2 \\idden, 9 to 2 Dominfic tan, 6 to 1 Domus,:10 tb'1 Ti'collect:.:_ Recollect ,showed tioe'iiwna over the fit?t hurdle to lDominiciain`, Widden, 'heo Majestic N-ut ,and Domtus, iritb' (;oldfidt in the rear; P?'sing the stand Recollect had eharge froin Wid. den, after u'hom folowed tsl o MajesZ. tic Nut,. Dominician- and Arcadius.. with Goldfish wtippisg 'in;'t-ll ecollect led out of thle straight, but at the inile post -W...

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STRIKERS RETURN TO WORK. Capetown, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

STRi" KERS RIm UR.N TO 'WORK. Capotown, Jan. 18. Large numiiibers of strikers are o turning to 'work throughout tho.coun-' try. The colliery strikeo,,inNorthern, Natalis apparently ending.,' The mineowners report that. 50 per cent of the miners are now working. Johannesburg, Jan. 18. - Mr. Oresswell, Labor -meomber of 'darliament, was arrested,this morning 'for attempting to address strikers. ERS' PLACES. Pretoria, Jan. 18. It.is notified by..thq.Defence head quarters that the biirghers who' were called' out on " commando are being engaged to' fill the places of strikers as soon as they are,released from ser vice with the defence force.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CAMPERDOWN RACES. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

CAMPERDOWN RACES. THE HANDICAPS. The followiiic are the weights for the Ca'iuerdown Races to be held on 26th Jan.:- Trial Stages, weight for age.-Ki.ng Kirk. 9.0: Embrasene. La Faucheur, Bullarok. Nat Kirk. Ornate, Tour Exeter, 8.12: ;Miss June. Sports' Girl, 8.11; Cudgee. Dowling Forest, Mal. vaceous. Olympic,, Tweedside, Wambi gal, 31neme, 8.3; Clanyard, 6.9. Hurdle Race.-Recollect. 11.7; Ful crum. 11.5: Enierald Dale. 11.3- Mil kabah. 10.5; Lady Alva, 10.0; kure, 9.13; Kyliia, Brown Bird. 9.10; Au tumna. 9.7: Ricochet. Canvasser,, 9.5; Calabash. Rose of Falkirk. 9.0. Ladies' Bracelet.-Boulogne, 11.12; Saltare.: ,Xaze.; 11.9:. Jack. Crmoe, Kitk Brae. 11.3: 3Ma Gosse, 11.0; King Kirk. 10.12 : Wiri FWiri,Fulcrum, 10.8: Sport's Girl. Tournev. 10.3; Au tumni. Dalesman. Tour Exeter, Sea Warrior. 10.0:. Pony Race.-Mayv Col. i0.6; Traclu, 9.11: Lady Brown 8.9; Lady Arden, 7.12: Sweet Alice. 7.9: Greedy, 7.0; Tim. 6.7; Camperdown Cup. --Atora, 9.9; Prizefighter, 9.0; Obi, 8.10: Gladwyn, 8...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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BRITISH NEWSPAPER'S COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

BRITISH INEWSPA4lER'S COM-: MENT. ?, The "Daily Chronicle" commenting on the strike ii.South Africa, says tht- violence breeds violence,- and Go neral Botha's Government.will reap a bitter harvest unless it exhibits :s muloh energy in securing the redress '.f the workers' grievances'as in arresting thl leaders. Most of the newspapers applaud the firmness showln by the South Af riioin God eri'ieit.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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KOROIT PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

KOROIT PICNIC RACES. ,-Tho: :folowmng· n om inp~aios were haii'dvCto n.: ofi the, pronso authoris ed to receive them on uTirsday, bui iere omitted from the list sent to us ti1 NOVEITY PONY RACE. Goodeon Bros.' 3foya. ., Gooden Bros.' Baltic. : ILK A CRTP HORSE RAGE. H":?..: Goden's: Normsa. 'ILLOfIA4 HACK RACE. VW. O'Brien's Banareo. SOROSSLEY LADIES' BRACELEE:. Miss O'Brien's Banaroo

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THE MAYOR OF PRETORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

1 'ITHE MAYOR OF PRETORIA. Martial law is no respecter of per. sons:-The Mavor of.Pretoria, who-was arrested at the strik headwarters yes terdavsevenine. had pnlv eone there to discuss matters with ai view.to med iatin?cin the strike. While he was so: enganed, the police arrivedwon. the. scene and lie was arrested with .the others riresent .

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MR. HUGHES UNAWARE OF SYDNEY STRIKE. Melbourne, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

IMR.. HUGHES UNAWARE OF . SYDNEY STRIKE. S, Melbourno; Jan..18.i ?I-.e ugies has nownewrsiom.Syil noy. regarding tho watersideas.trike.

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BURGHERS THANKED SPLENDID MOBILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

4II IJJIGHERSl THANKED SPLENDID MOBITISATION;. General Smuts. Mitister for Fin ance 'and Defeice.hlias sent a message exbressine the thanks of the. Govern ment to the Burder coinmandoes call ed out, and particularly to those "who achieved such splendid feats of mobil isation in reaclink the Rand in time th enable the Government. by using its own resources. to deal firmly and ef fectivelv ewith'the national danger."

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SPORTING. WARWICK FARM RACES. Sydney, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

SPORTINGC. WARWICK FARM RACES. Sydney, Jan: 17. The .W?rwick Farm meeting win held this afternoon .in fine weather.. Results: Liverpool Mile: Former 1, Miss Legati?i 2, Merton Lad 3; 6i to 1 uaSt wIinner. ,?arm Stakes:. Secrete 1, Aralok 2, Vif 3; ,5 to:4 agt winner. . Juveniile Handicapli; rail 1. Priice Pialatine 2; Quen .Malt 3; 3 to.1 at winner. . , Three-year-old Handicapi Protection 1,, Herringbone 2, Vaiior 3; .5 to 1 agst winner. SVWarvwick Handicap: Rue Victoria 1, Kilmeadon. 2, leiss Legation 3; 5.to 1 ag?t winner. 1Paco Welter: Coronata 1 Whie.ry 2, Simmereen 3;.12 to 1 agst winer.

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NATAL WORKERS WANT TO STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

:NATAL WORiKERS WANT TO STRIKE. The; Natal Federation of Trades an inoliies thi3t a ballof.taken amonng it inembers hais resulted in a majority d-. elairine in favor of a general 'tri However.:the Federation has decided to defer :action in respect to the obaI lot for.,the resent. " '1 '

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ARRESTS AT DURBAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

1 :RESTS AT DURBAN "^ ' ,Messrs. BovdellI.a ,Labor.Iegislator; nhnd .KentridgeiOhairmaniiof;tba-Ioea iabo'r part'. lav'e ,been' airi~eteI' at Durban. D

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APPEAL TO THE TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914

,,LPPEPBDTO-THE TOWN BA)ND. -Thel Town;,Band anutiirities'"live re cevied 'an -nea 'to li :a *sick person whol io' is' abouti toA 'derio' a cery pen ounis oneration .ind, a'fi ascertaihin g c'bniiilteit. bE slinaiir'ereiitl his'aecid ?d(T'tp'Ioalldly ".- and toaplaT. 'The Iper '.foriaiiciItailf.Ri', bla' iOn. , Cannon s ll.ine ThIuradnihit, and ldies wil abtpdto 1ifcolleetini arrange '-nent:x 1TChe ghainl'turie?'.hnit'ilit force dii.Saturdav hit tb pla2 a t. the Star : uictitres;-. nd 1ithed lari6i..hdibnce' cPl l-.ect&le.dinihe icinit:;-of;: theb L'own HeialL reciviedR a ,misical irea.t. ; This 0eort finished un al.vervbusyv.ie of 'eranbiaemehts. Next.'S t ri da.vight a S'iproirammne will be 'vecn at t:t ~..airy s.tr-eettand. ',,

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