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ALARM OF FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
Phli oo Bri hade ias called ot at 7.30 o'clock yesteiday morning ;to MJr.' Sinclair's .iiesidence, Banyai street, whero a tree; against trhich some hot aslies:alld been pl?qddtlhe nighit biffor -ni fsound o ie hlorning; A streainof. wa iter4tirned on thi tree for a miinto or tio' disiosed, of the anne 'of tlih a armi "
PLOT AGAINST TURKISH LEADER. TWO ARRESTS IN PARIS. Paris, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
LOT A??GAINST TURKISH S- LEADER.. T?Twn Tui'ks-Shbe', lIskainder ond Burand-e?l din- h:wbeen ýarirested hero pon suspiionb, of being cormeined in itheplot? hto'Jasassmiato iniParis4' C nreif, ' asha'" tiBsTiirkish Riidi al' leader... IskLaner admits thliat lie was hi Paris agent of the Turkish.Committee of Union and'Progress, and that :le had been ordered-to ashiaoi Cheiif Pa slm, but he claims thbt lie was not concerned in the. crime. . Clherif Pasha declares that the :n stigator. of '.the. attmpt "-onihis. life was Azmi Beywho, .when prefect of olice.atConstantinople. last Novem Bei; ihn?ui ed 'thiiedispl(tadire" bfo'R BIa. :
TENT MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
TENT MISSION. Aiu evangelistic mission under the ausoices of' the Church of Christ in Victoria was commenced yesterday in a larme marauee erected at the corner ofLiebi,-street andRatlan . Parade. Thie mniission is being conducted by [r. Hi',ir. who has hail considerab~ ex verience in this class of work, and he is assisted by Mr. Clay. who conducts the musical nortion of the services,and addsto the attractiveness of the meetinas by effective solo singing.He Ieossesses a sweet and tuneful .tenor vbice.'which lie uses with good--uffect': The first meetine was held yesterday afternoon when Mr. Haumar gave. an address on the licquor question, liken inn the drink traffid to a giant octapus. There was a larie congregation in the eveninL. when the subiect of Mr. HaR?ar's address was "God's Great Library-the Bible." He showed that theBihible consisted of.66 books written by '3 different nien. and the writings were scattered: over a period of. 1500 yoars. With Treard to the antiquity' of thsl...
INDIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA LORD HARDINGE ON ROYAL COMMISSION. "GREATEST CONCESSION TO INDIANS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Delhi, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
INDIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA LORD HARDINGE ON ROYAL COMMISSION. .!'Gdi TES', CQNCESSION TO• - *- -":~~ "-IND.ANS''S .* ../ (Reater's Tele rsni : Delhi, Jan. 17.. ,In a speech delivered, at Lucknow to-day ?tho Viceroy, -Loril Hardingo, referred to the-RHbyal Comimission, wldclh has been. appointed. to jnýire 'iito i' t 'grievances of Tnaians in South Africa:-: - . Lord Hardingo egrettedi that' the Indians .wero not ..ropresented, but nievertheless he, considered, that the Comniission )was' tliogreaiest conces siori to the Indians, who would throw away\ a great ichance if they:refused to- avil thomselves of it. ., -
"LITTLE NAVYITES." LIBERALS URGE REDUCTION. AN UPROARIOUS MEETING. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
" LITTLE NAVYITES." LIBERia?S .iURiGE RIDUC . TION. AN UPROATRIOUS MEETING. r(Reuter' Telegram.) iLondon, Jan. 17. ,,; A. mieting. to . consider .?, .arma ment question was held,in London to day. Among those present.ivere Mr. BJohn Brunner (Liberal member for the Norwich division of Cheshire; Sir Walter.Ruhciian. " (the, Well-known shipowner);. Sir Henry Primerose ,chairman of the Pacific Cable Board); ir. David Mason (Liberal member for poventr y),and the Rt. Hon. Thomas boughi (Parliamnentary Secretai-y to. the Board of.Education). A resolution was passed urging that a reduction in ariaments should. be made. Uproarious scedes took ilace at the meeting, .several .. Stock. Ex change members denouncing the '.'Lit lo Navyitos".
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
: TO-D YA EVENTS.: Stock sales at Te?ane by Messrs. Dalgety, and Co., NPrrs, .Toynei arid Scown anl Horne and Palmer. SPort Camubell'Races. : 'Entries clhse for Nirranda S prts. :. 'Anual nieetini ef ilisEribeýr of-the Woodforil .Mechaihis'Ifiistitufte, 8'30' Sombined, mneetina bazaar co6mmt tees. rurninim ,.ecliafieis' Institute, 8 General meetinge ' Warrnambool: Branch. A.N.A.. Oddfellows' Hall, 8 .mn.. Svllabus--Lantrn lecture, "A Trin'i ti the u ' Snt Sea Islands," by Rev. T. P. Bennett:::, r:! STEAMER SAILINGS. ,.'ie;Eumeralla leaves; Melbourne for Warrnianibbol to-ihirrowi at noon. ý The Casino leaves Warranibmool'for Melbourne to-in6orrow at 4 .n .
WATERSIDE CRISIS. SYDNEY MEN IDLE. OVERTIME OBJECTED TO. SHIPPING AFFECTED. Melbourne, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
:'WATERSiDEl CRISIS. OVERTIE' OBJECTED TO:; SHIPPING AFFECTED. Melbourne, Jan; 17; Adirices were received to-day by.Mr. IHi.. M.Adiss,, secretary of the Com monwealtlh Steamship Owners' Fedeia tion, that 'all 'the wharf laborers :'in Sydney refused to work after 5. p.m. yesterday, and gave notice of theirin tention not to work after noon to-day. Both coastal and inter-State shipping is affected, but the oversea compamnies not having any boats in port havernot so:far been drawn into this dislpute. Immediately on receiving the' tle gram, Mr. Adams got into touch with .qr. W. 1.H Hughes, M.H,R.1 presid ent of,the Waterside Workers Feder ation, and- 'Mr. J. Morris secretary of othe Port Phiillip Bay :tevedo es' Association, and late secretary of the 'ederatfin. Thley a reed to telegriip to Sdney, askin the men to renma at work under tle old conditions?un "al,further advices were received. These tele"raiis were sent this morn Ing ,bdut uliat effect they 'will have Is-not 3et'known:. - .,...
SALT CAUSES STRIKE. WALLAROO AFFECTED. Adelaide, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
WALLAROO AFFECTED. S Adebde' n. 17 isa~ifc 'eiYccuirreaut ':valu4reo thisie inorniiiig All wahterside ?Workers have ceased:-work..; .. i `' The.disputek hetwece2 n the 'em ploy-" ers' Federation and the Workers As-B sociation regarding the rate of pay meiit for hanaligalt. - Ninety triicks;.-laden with produce, are in port, but all work has been sms nended. Wheat trains are being "can celled by the-Railway Commissionerp, and-agents have cancelled their.prdera for triicks for.- carriage of whea. i; Several t~hiii's'irieo aitin`g' c, argo. It is not known yet whether jie tro;= ble will spread, but' some further dif ficulties.are, expected...... .
SYDNEY WHARFLABORERS. CEASE OVERTIME WORK AT ALL WHARVES. ATTEMPT TO FORCE ACCEPTANCE OF LOG. Sydney, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
-r SYDNEY iWrARFLABORERS.. CEASE :OVERTIME WORK -AT,, ALL W,1HARVES. A'1.1 i3FT: .TO FORO E' AOEPT' AN E OF LOG. SSydney, Jan. 18.. The wharf laborers - deserted ill the ,wharves round Sydney afteri' o'cldock .last a .night;:C ". r The wharf laborers.are seeking to rorce the 'tandof. the steamship owp crs wjti tlhe' ntntion' of'assisting 't)r degloates wiho are now in Melbourne trying to secure for them increases in wages from :1/6.to 2/,an hour for,ur ilnary" work and from 2/3 to 3! for Jhe men 'dec'ided among 'themaelves not to do any, more -overtime uitil their demand.ii wa- .co~iceded... They know the consequences, and saythey the prepared to take them. Most 3f the men were at work as usual ats8 this' nimoii~ig, but as soon as ;t o'clock struck and overtime rate-copa menced, trucks, were dropped and winches were left.. . T. he Union o:flcialss rie inot con'sult; ed by the men.-:
THE BALKANS. THREE KINGS IN THE FIELD. FIERCE COMBAT IN ALBANIA. (Reuter's Telegram.) Athens, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
THE BALKANS. FIEROE COM-3BAT IN ALBANIA. (Reutr's Telegram.) Athens, Jan. 17. ;'There are 'tlhre' claimants in the ield for the.thronoeof Albainia, lon wit, Prince Frederick of Wied (the lominee of the Great Powers), Izzob Lasha (who resigned from the Minis ry of 'ar -to claim the Albanian. hrone), and Essad Pasha (the ,le ender of Skutari, who was elected jovernor of Albania by the Northern onwns in October- last). A telegram received in Atheus to lay from Korytza reports that san ainary combats have taken place n Albania between the followers cf .ssad Pasha and thesupporters of the rovisional Government.Essad. PiLshi's roops liave occupied iseveral districts.,