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TERANG RACES. POUTER WINS THE CUP AND FINAL HANDICAP. STEEPLECHASE WON BY KYAPPA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
7TERANC: RACES. 0- POOTER WINS THE CUP AND FINAL HANDICAP. STEEPLECHASE WON BY KYAPPA. The New Year's Day meeting of the erang -Raring Club still maintains its high position in public favor,which was evidenced Thursday -when there was again a large' 'attendance from all parts of the surrounding distri t. The crowd was very representative visitors being present from Mel noumne, Geelong, Colac and Camper down on the one side, and Hamilton, Port Fairy and Warrnambool on the other. The special trains were all well filled, -tile many patrons used that popular means of. transit, the motorcalr. This course ranks amongst the most convenient in the State. It isaeasy of access, and. visitors' travyl ling by train are brought within a stone's throw of tihe course, which. :; much appreciated by the "casual ra'cc, goer. Yesterday's takings amounted to £575, which, i'as considered . were satisfactory when allowance was madle for the fact that the Winslow Cliu' also held a meeting. The weather wci...
LIGHT AND GAY. AMUSING INCIDENTS. Considerate. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
LIGNTAAND CAY , AM USit c h ';JDErItS.; Cons derate.. htany stories are told of thie jeat ots3 t nd, ii t1eelig .rlte among ultnil clans .so.it. Is.refre'sing to n~ot tithat at least one genius. dd iot fail- n -good= anttired appreciatioonof a fellpw-artist. It is reldtdd'hbiv .Rossini, .alking. oile daii :tih the muisician nraga, Has greeted..hby.Meyerbeer, who anxlously inqi?red. aftler the health of his dear Rossini: . . . . :- ': ' "Bad;" hilswered the latter: "'Fright tfil ,headaches;; es alf: wrong."' ;After:.a ;few nlnutes'. :conversation Meyerbteer passed on;' and Braga ask. 'd .the great cobmpser, how it happeid. .d that lie ha sdideoly becddme so udi wsell" .........' ' i Smiflingly. Roslpi.; reassured .hIs friend ...1.. -. .'. .. : , ,;. ,i: . : -"Oh , I .couldn't ,be better: ,I merely?' wa nted to 'please ' toe yerbeer, $e:; would so like to see me ga under.:,
FIGHTING IN MEXICO. FEDERALS' GALLANT RALLY. (Reuter's Telegram.) Mexico City, Dec. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
IG, (Re?r't sl' egramin) ''-' ~.': ' M5 exicA CitvA Dec.. ifAteriusUtainninea. severt 'defeat she Federals were able'to 'etrench them- • selIvesaround Aiiia ai.'ns arnekeepinag tlihe rels4l -q bay dsnitot he l y losses. i "'0enerl Ortev'a. leader of the rebels, spcured the! artil.lry-. and, is, now at-, e-nfiDtii` to 'destrov tlie'buildings of. 'li41it i'in which isanv Federal'sharp shbbootrs are hidin. " FEW, IEMPTY HOJ US ; airies for' hliirses in Geelong.and ldoipuliscQntinmu to'be miade, and anelitsi are unabil6 :to meet the de mands. i An a ent sneaking to an "Ad-eitiser" renresentative "stated tlat' he hiad failed to secure hioses at fair rentals for several clients, and lie iinder.sood other auents had similar exneriencesa to :relat.: Mbanv working iren were piurchasina their homes on the instalment, wrbiciple. lareely influ enced bv the desire not to nay .havy rentiW'.Wasrrnambool and Geelong seem tg b' on ? ? ar in this resnect.
CARTERS AND UNIONISM. ORGANISER'S ATTEMPTS FRUSTRATED. Wagga, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
UAH itNHS AND UNIUNISM. O.fGANISEI'S A'TIEMPTS FRUS T'I ATED. Wag~a, Jan. 1. .Mc:h interest, has been centred in tie Junee railwayv oods vards, whe;e for tile unst two o'r three days an or :gai'Iser. w.ti several se*inxirters, has i-en see'inen membershiu-iee one guinea-o-n behalf of a carriers' union. lie has also ureventcd union men from .andliol black loadinla. One well-to dlJ farmer. who is carrvinu for other farmners. r'll.usi to take the ticket at Old Jhnue vai.rds and also at Jrliee. He lins sn Iar surcceiedl in-getting wheat lIndil. aRn on Wednesday n-ain Lot his wheat &lt;in the trucks with assistince. A telerrain was sent tl I) irlin.r Harimr to have his load id.Ila"red "hl.Aik." The oranniser Lescranae. with seve ral sionorters. were vressing their ri?ws on vr:rios wolrkers in the yards irlini tile statiiii master requested iliw;n to leave-. Thev demurred, but later retired. Tile railwav authorities intiiatited tiht if a similar encroach Iullt within the railway c...
S.A.J.C. RACES. (Reuter's Telegram.) Adelaide, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
. 4 6 S A:JbC RACES: Si. (Reter's Telegram.) .... - r'(R-'o if Adeladae ,J an. . e bove races were heldlto-day and; resunted a; follow: C Maiden Plat; :Pijari 1, Bob Soult 2, Princess Auran3; dividends £2j2/ .Wolter. Handicap ? reen Seal 1, ,Rigoltt 2 ?Fgfall:3, dividends, £3 ];9/anda£2J3/. ,:? ", ? Hurdle Raco: Labald. 1 The?mie ment 2 Gondergrapl3. d f4112f?and £1161 :" . t Le-narda l-andicap :.bo Iit ,Yn. M3adamib Do2;-'-Trin gi,3;, dividends, -I£12871J annd, £2116;: King 2, Pistol Kr? ngd3i ; de £1 1118/. a :;..., eow Year'sGift ad?nliin.? , I, IMaster Maelgwyn ' .BH1.3 -3 ' difi dends;. £2/191and £5/8 f S ILontar 2,O?larlatn.3; ,dividndsi
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
PHEN IX ASSURANCE 00. LTD... EST. 1782. FIRE. AOOIDENT. EMPLOYERS. LIABILITY LOSSES PAID EXCEED £ 06,N& omes wo 3x3M FIagS .r b UNISmI a a mad. good by tL tam"pai. AGENTS WANTED. -E 461 ro 471 BOURKE ST., MELIOUNE. SAIT? - 00. L1rt.. ATS. POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We buy by live .weight. Crates lent. No Commission or Cartage Charged. Chickens; Ducklings 7d. Old Fowls from 2/6 to 6/- pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND & SONS, SENNITT'S FREEZING WORKS, MELBOURNE. A boy wouldn't be happy in heaven unless he could run the risk of break ing his neck. AWORb OFADVICE a-..£ "I .. -It SoBRIII It's hot all sunshine being a tea-room girl - what, between the "rot" the boys talk, and the impertinent way some'of the young girls give their orders, and the grumpy old men and the grumbling old women, there's a lot to put up with - still, there's a bright side too, thank goodness - for some of the customers are really nice. If people only knew how hard we try to, please ever...
EXCITING BOLT. LADY THROWN OUT OF VEHICLE. Camperdown, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
EXCITING? BOLT. LADY THROWN OUT OF VEHICLE. Carnodrdown. ])ec. 31. NW itha lady frielnd and taio childreni, Mrs. Thornton was drivlng to her ol;(e,lloq ''errinallum after nightfall. The vehicle collided with a large stone, and Mrs. Thornton was thrown out. Thiehorsa 3len halted. but was pur. siteditlud enaudht by Mr. Thornton. lie iond yine9nlarlmed. the lady friend nd thte bihiltreon were none the worse for.their1exnttin? rido behind the holt iLihirivo,, ;.lrs. Thornton sustained wa scalh gyondl and concussion,. neces sitatini, treiftnient by Dr. Desailly, of Camilerdown.
V.R.C. RACES. STANDISH HANDICAP WON BY CAPTAIN WHITE. ST. VANO WINS BAGOT HANDICAP. Melbourne, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
V'-°- iV;: .R*:G RACES: , HANDIOAP T A pdi : 3? y:''b,1elbourno, Jan. 1. a =lie N Year's Dr y meeting if f the Vietor'a Raciing Club was held a.i l min.ton' th s;afternoon, when thi Si woatliher hass` errfict:I Resuilts :. N .IW FA HYii-URDLE: IACE. H n Two miles. - 3Coilal !i:0" (H.=J lJ lorgan) ?.: ":l ack' t ondoiO' 10:1 (J: 'O'Oonnell), .1 [ ieMsjestic Nut,:" 11 0 (J: N M1c~Cegor).. X- :~,~.. . D ther .starters: Special Messenger' aootali, Gdldfish, Widde, Cnium Gion Betting: 4tdai nat M'Alpin1iff, s |o Ie oldfisi and Widden, 0 to 1 Jack t&lt; Sohdo; 7l b. to..::ommoinwealth and I1o Majestic Nut; .10to 1 others. Siecial Messenger i and': Common1 wealtlh, crossing.thloefirst hurdle to.. gother, showed the way to Widden and.Poomsh .with Jack London in the Ci roar. Special Messenger led past the mile and a quarter post from Com- c mionwealth1 M'Alpin, Widden and The th Majestic Nut. Commonwealth assum- c ed tho lead at the bridge, where Spe aial Mesenger dropped back to the...
SOIL REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
SSOI0 REQUIREMENTS.-. With a small outlay for practlecal ex perimente a farmer can learn more in a season regarding the requirenjients of the soil he cultivates than in any other manner; and the value of such knowledge will enable him to produce the largest possible crops with the smallest expense for fertilisers. He can dispense with such 'materlals as le has proved to be not necessary 'on his soil. On the other hanid;·he can add an extra quantity of any ingre dient with his experiments' show to be especially necessary. ;: - I··:. r
A True Story. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
A. True Story. •-Writing.:from.' Bamiw?m, Vic., Mr. 'William John Youill;-:late of'Harvey. town, Eaglehawk, Vic., says:. "In're. gard to the statement'l gave you some years ago as to- iy-'cure :of kidneyr complaint, I may" say that a short time since I had occasion to be medi cally examined and .was entirely free from any complaint." M r. Youill's original statement' was: as follows: "I' feel it a duty I owe to youhand to suf fering humanity to send you this let ter, in the earnest'hope thoat others who may be sutfering as .1 -was frbon that dread coniplaint, Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, may take courage and learn from my experience to adopt the same method of treatment.that I did; feeling sure that by so doing they will oe saved much pain and, misery, and, perhaps,' an early grave. .This may seem to some aremarkable statement to make, but it can-be substantiated oy anyone -who will take the trouble to: inquire for themselves from- me or of my. friends who were. with me at the t...
GOLF. PORT FAIRY TOURNAMENT. Port Fairy, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
COLF; PORT FAIRY TOVRNAMENT. Port Fairy, Jan. 2. The four days' annual golf tourna meiit:iihscommenced on New Year'a say on the Southcombe Park golf links.. The committee spared no pains in their preparations and the links were in first-class order. As usual a large riumber of the leading golf play ers throughout the State availedl themselves of another opportunitv of spending. a pleasant time on these links, the champion,Mr. Ivoe Whitton. again- being amongst the number. The programme,. which is similar to that of last year, comprises eleven events; and'there .was a large number of en tried for each of these. The visitors are . promised a goo I time. :i On Friday night the annuul., golf ball will take.place, and. oi S.t: urday evening-a concert-and, variit y entertainment will be held, the Bowl ing Club has arraniged a three days or, iather, a three nights', champion trophy 'match, commencing on Fnday. evening. This will be played-under gas light, and, should prove interea ig to vi...
YESTERDAY'S PLAY. Port Fairy Dec. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
YESTERDAY'S PLAY. Port Fairy Dec. 2. The tournament was continued to day, and tthe.weather was again de lightful.Play cominenced with a'Meh's Hanicap,. bogey play, and proved, an interestingand close contest. No less than five tied for first place. In the play off Mr. J. A. MeLeod prov ed victorious, with Mr. J. H. Mlur ray second: The Men's Scratch Match was an easy .win . for the champion, LAr. Ivo Whittoi, who won with 8 up,.ilr. J. rMcLeod :coming. second. leo afternoon was devoted to the ladies' competitions, one of which-was for the Cottage Trophy. This was. a handsome pair of silver, rose,bowls, presented last year by five visiting players; to be won twice. Last. year Miss Gardiner, of South- Australia, was successful;, and held the trophy for the year. ro-day Mrs. J. Roberý son hbecame. the holder with an excep tionally meritoriousscore of 91. Last year's holder , scored 100. In the Ladies' Handicap MNIrs. J. Robertson was again successful. The fpllJoing,bre the sores:i'. ME...
CRICKET. N.S.W. v. VICTORIA. COLLAPSE OF THE HOME TEAM. Melbourne, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
CRICKET." N.S.W. v..VICTORIA. COULAPSE OF THE HOME TEAM. Melbourne, Jan. 2. 'loe match between Victoria and .New South. Walee was continued to day. The visitors, with. 6 wickets down for 285, continued their first in nings, and wore all disposed of for a total of 409. Victoria then commeno ed their first innings, arid only com piled the small total' of 151. Being .58-behiid on the first innings, the Victorians had to follow on, and when play ceased for the day had lost two wickets foir three ouns. Scores: NEW SOUTH WALES. First ITinings. Cody, l.b.w., b Ryder .......... 68 Collins, e Baring. b Ryder ..... 73 Kelleway, o Matthews, b Ryder.. 47 Andrews, L.b.w., b Armstrong.. 0 Folkard, c Ryder, b Armstrong.. 10 Cotter, " Ryder, b jArmstrong.. 3 Massie, run out ...............9 Mscartney, b Matthews ....... 53 Bardsloy, not out ............ 124 Mailey, o Armstrong, b Ryder.. 18 MoKow, o Park, b Ryder ...... 0 Sundries ............ ...... 4 Total ... ........... 409 ,Bowling: Matthews, ...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
PERSONAL. The net Personalty of the late Al fred Russel Wallace. the eminent sci entist, who died recently.. is.stated in a cablegram from London. to amount to £2884. Your Christmas and holiday, wants, whether it be a stylishly made well fitting suit or' nice cool season able lines in Shirts, Underwear,- Hats or nobby Tifs, H.J. O'Flaherty, "The Hat "and Tie King" can serve you well.. Variety big; prices small. Comn ploete stock of Men's Dressy Footwear in all the leading makes, at prices to suit every pocket. See our stylish Derby Welted Bals., 15/6. Every thing in AMen's Wearing Apparel need 'ed from top to too, is procurable at this store. Good goods at bedrock price is my motto. A trial order so. licited. H. J. O'Flaherty, "Hat and Tie" King,, Tinor Street, W arrnam boo], opposite P.O.
PARLIAMENTARY TOUR. LETTER FROM MR. BLACK, M.P. LOCAL REFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
PARLIAMENTARY TOUR. LETTER FROM 31MR. BLACK,M.P. o' ?LOCAF REFERENCES. 3Sr. A..W. Black,i1.P. for Bedford, who -was a member of the British Parliameiitary Party, which visited Warrnambool in September last, gives the following description of his tour through the Western District, in the course of letter to a Bedford paper: Six members of our party left Mel bourne on Sunday midnight, for a three days' visit to the southern parts of. Victoria and South Australia.. The trains in Australia are not fast, and though we had the advantage of special train,, it was 10.0 o'clock the next morning'before we arrived at Oasterton, 240 miles from Melbourne. We were welcomed at the station .by. the- Mayor and councillors and many Private citizens. As soon as the inevi table speeches were over -we.. started on our tour.The first day's programme included 140 miles of motoring. More than half this journey was through the bush and on.bush roads, which in Australia meanss no roads at all, but simply a t...
FEDERAL REVENUE. INCREASE FOR DECEMBER. Melbourne, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914
FEDERAL REVENUE. LCOREASE FOIL DECEMBER. Melbourne, Jan. 2. hoe Federal Customs for December amounted to £1,380,271 against £1,279,815 for the corresponding mouth last year. New South Wales contributed £670,104, against £547. 085 Victoria, £373,338, against £35b,157. South Australia shows an mncreaso at £12,000. W. Australia, Queensland and Tasmania show Je creases. The increase of £100,150 Is chiefly duo to the payment of sugar excise. For the six months ending Decem ber, the revenue was £7,483,746, a decrease of £406,493. New South Wales, £3,361,9 22 against £3,423,010; Victoria, £2,166,712, against £2,4.0, 633. Other States show decreases. The P.O. revenue for December was £399,077, against £374,574, an iu crease of £24,503. New South Wales contributed £160,123, against £145, 330; Victoria, £118,099, agailst £114.537. Southl Australia shows a decrease and West Australia and Tas mania slight increases. For the six months ending December, the reve nue was £2,205,472, against £2,051...