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BRITISH TRADE DISPUTES MASTER BUILDERS' PROPOSED PLEDGE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
BRITISH TRADE DISPUTES M IASTER BUILDERS' PROPOSED PLEDGE.. (Reiter's Tolerim.) Loedoin, Jan. 18. ' : Tho.leaders: of trade unions urge iiinibers not to sign the master build ers' proposed pledge providing for flunes. - Som, leaders question its i?gality. PI ,iEV -LI G 'UNiREST. A-ACTION,-'W OITAMIIBERS OF COMMIERCE. ,Tho ,?ssoeuttop of tihe Clrambers of iCommerco has written a- letter to Mr. Aijuith urging him ...to institute :a juidicial inquiry into tlie working anl effect of the Trades Disputes::Act. ITlio request emini asises flhe.prevhil iig iunrest and the violence iClich at eomnaiiisiied recent: strikes. .
LOSS OF THE VOLTURNO. RESULT OF INQUIRY. OFFICERS AND CREW PRAISED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
LOSS OF?THE VOLTURNOi iE3ULT.TOF INQUIRY; 'llio Board of Tlradoiinquiry.., into the. destruction,, of the Canaidian Steamslhip Compaiy's;, steamier, .Vol tuiirno, -w'aich: was; burnt in mid-Athin tic in October last, isith a loss of 170 lives, was concluded to-day. . It.was found that the fire originated ini the cargo,'. possilily throuil: lthe scape of. larium -.super-o.ide,; .which burstinto flamehs i'sgn conlng.g ,.to contact; iith lie nar.e .The court . also held that. the pas sengrs of the. Volturno behavedl.wsel, aind tl? the officers and .croiv.perform ed. their, duties bravely under excep tional difficulties .It praised the gallantry of the-rescuers.
JAPANESE CATASTROPHE DEATH ROLL OVERSTATED. WOMEN BECOME INSANE. ISLAND TRANSFORMED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Tokio, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
JAPANESE CATASTROPHE "DEATH DOLL OVERSTATED: WOMEN BECOME INSANE. ISLAND Tf3ANSFORMED. R eise Telsee s . Tokin: Jan17.i SInvestiiationiin.ithe districts devas tited .by .tlie great eruption of;;' the Sakura-shiiiia 'volcano\ql roves:. the death; rpl.: vhich hlis leenj?iven as; 10000 to have libeen considerably ox-, 'I The maiorit of:the inhahibitarcs of the, islanid. ave been rescued A nium ber?fof thei~vo?en isavedare,;however,: in'sa?.eoowinie to .the horrors.lihrough wphich they :assedl. and to separation flim oi. the loss of .their familices. 'Thirtv-three~oersons were found alive hi?idled in-a cave on Sakura"-shima.The sailors who rescued them had to wade thrii?h? ashes breast, high. m.Th e dmagae wroulit by the visita tionli'eanars descriition... The shape of the island has been changed by the.eriiotion. Not a sinolo one of.the 30.000 houses: round Kahoshima .Bay. retiiins its shape.The, streets. are bur-: hed :debp in ,light-coldred.ashes, giving. the apnearance of a town cov...
WARRNAMBOOL RACES. ANNUAL SUMMER MEETING. INCREASED ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
;WARRNAMBOOL RACES. ;ANNUAL SUMMER MEETING. INCREASED ATTENDANCE; hie' inanitual suimmoi.r meeting; of the «* :Wlarrnuaibool '-hitiig Club was :hield o. oisi?gStuirday ,aftorniooi "huder most tavorable ,circumstances .ll m fweather wis line 'aiid. bright;theo' siun shining '-oiutt:froinia cloudless? sky,'" but .the, : armth: ofihisrays msias,.tempered' by a' deligitfully cool' southferly' breeze, w.:, wlicih rendredF contditiois out' of ddors ,r" exceedingly pleasant. ? Althoulgh only' a - mouth has elapsed since the spring ,m:eetiing' was held ,:the'.fae of the S:couiutr isurrotinding 'the. course °has ::undergoiiconsiderablo changeh Thie cro:ps that,. ivere' then ripenig into Siirvest. have been garnered' ind, iii-. stead of -fields of waring, corn. and b:r bi-wn:tinged ,pasttire, lands, g?uit :.:,stubble fields aid pareliedoand whiteu ,ed grass paddocks. met .the eye." In conitrast witlh these. evidences of Sunm :imer's.advasice, the lhansoand, trim ::itlow er beds in ..the ';'gr...
SUNKEN VESSEL NOT LOCATED. London, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
SUNIKEN VESSEL INOT LOCATED. :;sý l'" n Jin 17: atThe Adniiraltv' annouqces that the A7t hasi not been located. thus contra dicti, th'e circumsitntiil statemenits of ,local oirresoondents eCabled' earlier. lifhe Admiraltv beliees that the stini kdni. siinmarine lies foufr miles off Rams Head;' cane, on the Cornish coa~st 'boundinr. the entraince; to 1Plymouth Sound.: , -', " :ELEVEN LIVES.LOST, . " i,· ii.CLASlS O. SUIP3.ARINES : CRITICISED' " HULLS TOO FRAIL.. London. Jan. "18'.i vijleveinises were, lost in the dis-s ter to sulrin.mne A7 which occuirred iii Wliitfsanid TRs." th Tliailseaswaisimoderate at the: timie 'te submarine..aecompanied by'- the P.'i?viv." attached to the sea-going deidot ishiu iFrth.; dived for the .pur pose of'firinI tornedoes.. . A7 reniaining an unusual time below," the olicers of . the Pimvmy became alarmed.;:P, Pie :endeavoured ;to com-. miitiicate withl :the subminrine, but' their calli;elicited no response. They saw; ominous' bubbles upon the smooth sw...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
PERUSONAL ,Ir.' J'.'qurk ahoihas been aitigJ as assistant clerk of'courts, at \WernaiiBbol' fd?- everai honths, has recivled "notice of his tanisfer to thd head office, adid Mr., . .R. Bourke his, beeiiýappoi?ited'liiliissuccesoo ;t ;Captain' A,.M:- Ross; ,«Wst York irsligdnt hiasr been appointed iistructor in .taticsa at, the Rtoyal?iMilitary College . DLuntroon, at x.450 a yedr. :?: .'::'.l'f:::. Mr Watt, Premier Mr: M?ckinnon, Miinistenrfor Railways' andda Parlia :mentiry party, di'Saturdayi visited 'iallangatta, wherethe 'ceremony of tiiriiig the? firsatsod "of ;the Tallan gatta to Cudgesa. railway ;was per formed by Mr. Mackiniinon: The death occurred: at :Hobart on riday. of..Deai.:. Hoyne; who many yeais :gorit.: idiiliiistrator?of the allarat'~tb iiti'Ca-tholiD dioci?ddun der thoe late Bishop: Moore. Dean iovie, ho, a rfei-. years ago celebrat ed his jubilee us a priest,was 90 years of ago, andiattlhe time of his a'retire met vwas thle oldest priet in Victoria.
SUBMARINE DISASTER. ANOTHER BRITISH TRAGEDY. ELEVEN LIVES LOST. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
.:SUBMARINE DISASTER. ANOTHER BRITISH TRAGEDY: ELEVEN LIVES LOST. S(Beter's Telegram.) Londoni. 'Jan. 16. .Atiither f the pitiful submarine tia edieso cccur ed p-day. . Tlhe Birisih.sub-marino A7 descend ed durine. manoeuvres- this morning with other vessels of its type. At' middav.when, the flotilla arose to the surface nmain in obedience to an ordei, hp 17 was snot; amond.them. A war iisk wcmmunsirstid ifsh thte subnimar ine'cre=w br-wireless. anrid salvage part ies were oaicklv at work. The dvers -hso ,Lot :inato :cominmuiicatiosi by trip dir??i and forsa time hone reigned that the ii?en wsioild bie saved. SThe a'sinals wier answeredup' toý 5 o'clocl .but an hour later ho;response cdusi b ?obtained. and'hoe' was tlih abandoned. lbsTh victims: coirirseq ommander V ellh?annaisd ·2nntieriofficer:and niie pett? officers'; anid"meii:: : n The catastrohei is attributed to the inuis' bdeeiminl disabld~ Thssshlvage parties harve returned .to nort? and wiill-.resiumg, i eration in the mor...
AMERICAN WOOL GROWERS STEPS TO COMPETE WITH AUSTRALIA. PROPOSED CO-OPERATION. (Reuter's Telegram.) Salt Lake City, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
AMERICAN WOOL GROWERS STEPS TO COMPETE WITH AUSTRALIA. PROPOSED CO-OPERATION. (flouter's = Telegfain.) Salt Lakie City, Jan. 18., The Wool Gi-?rera'~ Convention con sidered thoe iintbduction of co-opera tioi among wool growers in order, to compete with the incoming Acistralihn' produot..d Various spealkers also advo canted tking steis to eliminate entirely the coizmiimion men who lowered the profits of groears , e -.Goverior Goodin, of Idaho, do clared itak fidnles ~belfish mnafactur ors weer curbed they. would destro.l not. bn:v the wool growers: but the niation iitaelf. r, r, Qooliniie added ,thi the indiida try ,would not prospor.h3ilo the Demo crats.remahied at the.head of affairs. He ittacket .3IMr. Bryaii. for tli lead ing .part,.lie, took .i the introduction of. the free .wool campaign.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
BARBERS RASH SPREAD OYER FACE Suffered Six Months. Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment. Rash Gone. They Also Healed Two SBoils on Neck, and Abscess. ' "Amyvllle." Castlereagh St., Singleton. N B. W.-"I unfortunately contracted the barber's rash, which had spread all over my facem and I suffered through this for about six, months. I was recommended by a friend to try the Cuticura Remedies, which I didwith good results. I used Cuticura Soap and Cutlcura Olntment as directed, and la about two or three weeks the rash was gone. I tried other remedies before but was unsuccessful with them all. :"I had two boils on my neck and I used the Cutlcura Soap and Cuticura Ointmerit on them. I also had an abscess which had given me great suffering for a week, and after using the Cuticura Remedles for two or three days It broke and healed up well after." '(Signed) A. E. Stewart, October. 1912.' " FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS The followiing is a most effective and eco nomical treatment: Oently smear the a...
BRITISH POLITICS. CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS. HOUSE OF LORDS AND HOME RULE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
-BRITISH PoLITICS: CONSTITUTIONAL QUESTIONS. HOUSE OF LORDiS AND HONE - RULE: (Reintr's Telegram.). London. Jan.:18. Mi-.- H.."ahuel. Postmnster-General, ksealiin at Estonla~st nikht, said ddr ini the forthloniinic session the Gov ernment would introduce uroposalsfor recohstitutin' ithe House of Lords, elimiinatingaltosether the: hereditary Peers mnid renderinglthe'second Cham ber representative of the keneral opin-: ioll f the country. Viscounit Lv?the. at a non-party meetiuc at Bex:Hill. inaugurated, a camrpaikni for the settlement of con stitutionial difficulties .by. conference and-consent. He supgesfed lolding a coni elition recardine Home Rule simi lar to that whiichdrafted the.consti ttiotin of South rica. r .. Viscouno Hvtht deeclard that tle Home Rule crisis was more erave than South' Africa's .war. .
CRICKET. C TEAM v. WOODFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
CRICKET C TEAM v. vWOODFOIID. - S·.''liis..match' was concluded onSa:. urahy, and` ristilted in . iuin for - Imini, by.44 ruiis. I'The)' are:the only tieua tiuit has beaiten ?oodiord sq far tiis soeason. i\\th 'lioedown to 141 tiie inings :was quickly?- b'roig?ht to a: close on Saturday .for'141. \' oodfor: mnad a' very i bail start; hlaying four out for~.14, incldinig Bdrt Johnstone and 'Andy H-all; ,the -two tley3 depend oi inost fb -iriis, behs Lenlio and Arch Hall pint oli 43 ;r. thle :lithl iicket,?,.wlen lBennie wris cauglit off Harae" for a very.solid 25. Hi-:ts.a vastly iinproved batimanp;witli a v.ry-g o-l;:deteice, 'and only needs' to enitwate soiiie strokes' on the off to be one of the best bats in the traia. Area.:s all made 30 in good style,and S. \\ines 15 Thein iniings elosed for li"'Faullkneir boled in grcst forim" --sendillg dlown. 17 oviers for 20 rues and al wickets.He keeps'a grehlt length ald only wants to put a little mloe s ariety in his bowling .to be onue of...
ST. JOHN'S v. ST. JOSEPH'S. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
ST. JOHN'S v ST. JOSEPH'S. The . bovoterms comimenced a mattch is the Frie'l dly' Societies' Park (ii at?e'rday aifternoon, in : connection u:itli thoe junior compotition., The bcores are as follow : , ST. JOHN'S. Bteowart, c and b D. Fraser ... Bryant, b° McCarthy :..'...: 12 A. Hunt, b IHanson ..a... ..... 19 kl~iidge, b. Hanson 0...... 2 ,. ,Hunt, e D. Fraser, b Hanson.. 2 Jowell, run out ...:......: 4 .sareham, .b Tooliey 7.*6......1 6 Boyle, b Hanson . .... 0 orland, b. Hanson . 0 iurran , e Fraser;b Toohey.. ::.' :5 .Woods,. not one ....0.:..:.. Sundries ;S Total', 123 Bowlinig: ansoiln, 5 for 26; Fraser, r for 33; Toohey, 2 for 25; M1'Carthy, . for 8. ST. JOSEP'H'S, lanson, b Stewart ....:......: J oHckle, c F. Hunt, b Worland::. I. ;. Fraser, b Worland ......... 3 ). Fraser, not out ......... I'ohey, not out ........... Sunodries ..:........:: Three wickets foi : :....o;.:o ?0
SOUTH WARRNAMBOOL v. WOOLLEN MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
SOUT'H W.ARI1RNtMJM IOOvL ' . i ' WOO00LLEN MILL :.:..: A match iwas playdd ionSatudiiy" be tween South Warruambool and Wool leni Mill enijilo?,es and riesulted ' as follow: •' .M.WOOLLEN.MILL : H. Edmondsorii c'anid!'b ~nderson: ! 1. Politefract,li :L.:Tinker'.:..; r5 J. Rmvill, c Aiderison, b J.Tinker 45 A. Luttrell"b L.. Tinker:...... '? U. Girlick bJ'.'inker .. . 21 .. Shiaw',"L Tinker' . : ... 0 T. Skiros b J 0inker . . . 0 S.'"Ferier Li'Lnler. inke'.. .:. 0 H. Feriidr,"c Blair? b 3J. Tinker.. 0 P. Pickotf, , io' :fit ,.?.::.'.?. . : ':.;v'4. SOUTHI .WAR.RNAMBOOL. J.- Farrow' b Edmondsdn. .. ' J. Fisher b Edimfiidsbon ... 0 L. 'lirike'S "1Ferrier e 3. 7 I. Tinker b J: Reivill .::.. : .: 6 U. Anderson,'c and . S. Ferrier. "2.: £;: Byne, c andi b J. Rovill: '.. : 0 T. Dywoot:ribt . noitt.;.:..:.`t: :.13 G.= SniTli;,'b"J: Revill' ::-'. : Y 0 II. Callick,"1i'J.-Revil . :... '0 '1T. Illair. not out .... ... Sundries i. ..-.:-:.; .. 13 -Eght : s icke fts'?.for '? . 101 INVENTOR SHOOT...
WARNING TO RE-EMPLOYED STRIKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
* WAININGTO IME-EMPLOYED , ar 1e.vI, general nanaeethe railhways, hai?1 telegraphed to' the dis affoctedcentres:that itnu mst-bo dis tinctly. understood that , re-employed. strikers or' their) ives willnot -he allowedtito use,-approbrious ternis ntr' intiniidate-'ren iiiwho remainied .loyal diiring .thostrike. 1,,,. - ;-; : . ; *" ' l'hoe:.?ipenalty .for ·breach ?bof .this. or 'der."'i'ill.jbo: dismissa]. -?.,wui. '. .