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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
1914 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FOOTWEAR SPECIALS. LADIES' White Canvas Lace Boots, self caps, good GENTS' White Canvas Bals., toecaps, very cool and shapes, special prices, 5/11, 8/6 and 10/6 pair. light, special price, 7/11, 8/11, 12/6 pair. LADIES' Glace Kid Anklet Court Shoes, neat self GENTS' Box Calf Balmorals. whole goloshed, special &nbsp; bow, special prices 8/11 and 10/6 pair. prices, 9/9, 11/6 and 13/6 pair. LADIES' Glace Kid Balmorals, patent trimmings and GENTS' Glace Kid shoes thres, Derby fronts, new. newest shapes, special prices, 919, 10/6, 12/11 pr. American toe, special prices, 12,8, 14/6, 16/6'pr. LADIES Glace Kid Oxford Shoes, pump soles, pat- GENTS' Enamel Derby Lace Shoes, four American caps,,special prices, 11/, 12/6 pair shapes, special price, 16/6, 17,6 and 201 pair &nbsp; LADIES' Enamel Derby Lace Shoes. toecapped, several GENTS' ox Blood Balmorals and Shoes five shapes, shapes, special price, 11/ and 12/6 p...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 19 January 1914
DEATHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; WILKINSON.—On the 16th inst., at the &nbsp; residence of Mr. C. J. Horn, "Wildwood" Warrnambool, Alice Wilkinson, of 30 McKinlay Avenue, Malvern. (Interred at Warrnambool Cemetery on 18th inst.). RAINEY.—On the 18th inst., at his &nbsp; &nbsp; residence "Clonkeen," Wood- ford, John McCool Rainey, aged 54 years. A patient sufferer at rest. (Private interment)
SMALL-POX. VESSEL QUARANTINED AT MELBOURNE. CASE COMES FROM NOUMEA. Melbourne, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
S;"SMALL POX. VESSECI QUAIL'NTINED AT " - MELBOURNE.' ." S'OASE'COMIES ,LROM 1' NOUMiEA.; i ' .'..J.. ilelbouorne' Jan. :19.,:.T 1Wlevihe tlio ; French' mail steamer, ialedonien'"lihme?rird bound to.Mari seilles,'anchored'off Williamstown lo day. r R H.. -l. Maclean, the port health officer omn duty,; exainined,.iii Arab fireman, and found-that he w-a suffering frmni modified .siallpox. .'. ',Dr' J. 'H.I' Cliiipst6on, chairman. of quarantine, was' , advised, and. e commended that the vessel'be sentin to quarantine. Whero she now is, :.fF ,lie tPoint'CGellilranid. pile. light. .:; '"nBr- clean ;arraingied for a consulr tation ith:Dr. 1. .Howard, the.otlh.r portofficer.Tlide symlptoism'wiere so pro nouncedi'hoiever, that. Dr. .Oun ston was satisfied with, Dr. MaIclean's diagnosis; Theo' aledonien w?ill I'emiin in' the bay i util :to-riioiorrodi td oniiploto, her icargo irraF?ngeients' Shoi will,:. thea contiu?iin her ioyage, landing the fire niih''iat'the Quaraintine Stationi, near 'P...
SPORTING. FITZROY RACES. Melbourne, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
SFITZROY RACES. i- Melbourne, Jan: 19:) - Th' hbove races, held, to-day, result edna.s follow ;--:: .J Niorvici Haindicaip.-First' division: rItoyston l :Gypsium 2;' : to 1 agt wriuier. Second division: Our Jack 1,. l'egj. 2; 3 to 1 agst winner. The own-; r-rs nriided; . /.. : I Cro?tonm Handicap.--First divisnion Pu'cai I, Red Rose 2; i to 2 agst win ner. Second L.ivision: Miss Grace 1; -\oclbity 2; 4 to 1 agst winner. The owners divided;.' . Steinards' Handicap.- First divi sion :..:muinia 1, 1.B;l 2: 10 to.i agst winner., S c-md division: Hip ,Hip 1, Gladness 2; evens winner. . : Fitzrov Handicapn: lHon Frisci.l ,. Iks, Muriel 2, ,1 :oas 3.:. ,. Northcote Handicap: Lady Cassey .1, little. Wallaceo 2,_Bow. Arrow 3. Thornl.v Handicap: First Deal. 1, Glusou 2, Una Gray 3.
HANSARD PROOFS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
H i ANSARD ,PROFS.' This. talk about reportifi. speeches reminds -siip of the ' liberties which' members are allowed to. take with ..the '.Hansard": ri!unTrt of .their speeches. The "laisard' men of tlhe Federal staff are snart: ani'di dtheir work al most faultlesslv.::Tliev write 'a ieport whichl-the ordinary -list.enr might take to he verlmtiiin. lilt in: wliich every sentence w?hich the sneaker left unfinishedlis comnleted. aind in'which every irammatical error is corrected. Tliev id their Work admirably; as they should. for thev uet iood halaries and lone holidays; but the piembers get uiroofs of- their sueeches' and; to an almos t.?iilimited- extent. *are! allowed ltoimalie correction in theinmargin. It mavy iot inattor miuch. for afterrial a member stands .orfalls not by what he utters'in itlh :iknir rof thn'mioment, but br whato he inutsl into ;"Halnsaid" afterf inatmira:'ireflection.' The;nuewp paver renort on tha.otheri hand isu. nallv oauite bevorid thii reach of -thi memb...
THE COMING FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
THE ,COMJNG.FIGHT.1' Federnll Jgaý]rs 6n both'fides are in earnest jrnsultation: withb eraoliother nandi thejn ;follnweis.' 'butt ra re'ying little_;ii Dublie. 'That'mavc beýpartly due' to .their not having' determined their " resective' olicies. but it., is batltt the result omf their knowing that ait this time of icar' veoule are .not; evei-rto?cruowd into stuffy halls, and 'that the' aitnv 'run ;down to the leaelid':eif 'thevy !haDen 'to' be within reach of theni. or if they live up.coun try'get into the coolest snot they c'ans fii-ud"Blit th'flh bl:of s-litical. talk, will soon come. and the higgeet ,po litical filgt which voune Australih has. seen will h?in - .
QUIET ON THE RAND. POLICE NOW UNARMED. PRETORIA RAILWAYMEN RESUME. A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. [?] Telegram. Johannesburg, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
QUIET UON THE RANl A POLICE NOW UNARMED.: PRETORIA RAILWAYMEN " S, ( ESUME "tA DSTARDLY OUTRAtIE-, ; :Johaniesburg;, Jan: 9.. : 'Thl?r utmostuetquie;andt good Ardor preiais iJehhSunnesburgand the 1itkef~ iide e'olice ~ist?hiow dispensed witl aurms put armed'seutri~s still renan gt 'airls statioiu§ (bridgesahnd..i Late last' evoetin thraiIway run jing staff at J'retoria decided," tor :r sttne at once.A £numbe?i '? firpme? an tnBliitdrtvbnr'rs` siniidl on ton ,t strte in "the orning:' .e??' ..; T' 'he workshop ;:: employesi' at Pre= tor' JLave. iiot decided y?yet wivhcl er Tley jvillý go back.lt. isconsidered tlit soni ore then bteut leastir 1vill. follow' the esiealle;of, theiruning staff: C' 'llhe 'l loris 'and Painers'a Unions were, alloied:i.to hiold meotihgslit ,thd~ Traides hall to-day after :they had gýivCu"Jii';,~nhlte?3'l the, h 'tia?iti aw inithor ties." "
THE DENISON ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
•.tIq'HF I)ENISOX El, .E. IO.... i ý' Tlie la ; i if' tht ifeniaon ea t in 1as', imania: is the'heaviest blow Liberalism 1ha.re'-eived:,'sHobart used to bef Cin sriativre to a remarkable extent; The b~ý-el'tion riiilted. from the deatliif Sir Georne Davis. a sinrularly genial politician. In lii t ?? "fioti he was a eooBdbitifsmninnil1a fairlxier. r Long before there was a Federal Pailiani it a'ulitihin 'kt for arliftle time sas in the'House of Reuresentatis'es, weit FniP~iitlai~i~ilandyt' th frinfige of so-. cietvcandJ cimohac.i k ifn I'nTasimani'ai fanc mi thl t lie was somohody. Tihe said. olitician. then a Statt candidate, took exceution to an article in the IMercurv?" of, which-r George -Davi= was inrt iroirietor. !Chi. flash poli tieian-went. to;the offlice lnd shaking, i horse wvhio. "fkeiL to see lthe editor. -He did not knoas eiiobtliuof newspoller buisiness to kn?i tliAt:theoeditor of a city ' ail'l\ o hetie leav' his office an hour or tiro after niidnihlt. does not retiirn...
A CENSUS OF MOTORS. AMERICA HAS 628,000 PETROL POWER VEHICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
A CENSUS OF MOTORS. AMERICA JAS 628,000 -PETROL -POW.UR VF4LICLES. "At ith reoent 'lnterihtioial Rioad Congress; held in Liindon, i donipleto census,of; the world's motor vdt:icles was compiled for the first time. As tho United States leads in the pioduc tion of automobiles, so. shlo.. also leads in their operation. It was estimated tlhat America possesses more than half of all the motor vehicles in the world, the number;iicluding motor cycles,be ing 628,185, as compared with. Eng land's'12,728. 'llhe balance of a total of 1,161,911 is distributed throughouit the other countries of the world. I"ance ranked thirdawitha 89,185; and Germany fourth with 70,006. Tlie total number of .commercial. motdr vehicles included in.tho above figures is given ''s 69;556. Ususilly the, nuo ber of. automobiles in:t any. country greatly" o'xe eds' the;number df com mercial-in'otor vbF.iclets, althoigh Ger many 'is reported .as. having 49,128 eonmensrciial. loitriref'and' only '15,618 pleasuiro' ars......
REPORTING SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
lIEPORTING_ SPEECHES. A a riile ieechios aire iit reported as they are snoken. Whatever gram imatical mistakes 'a man makes are corrected. all his misoronunciations are, inored. On one. ccasion,'low iver. Fianik Moloiit..whoosir erees. rei known to. 'ilulletifil': readers, and throutl their uiiblication in . book form to some who; do not, delighf in the "Bulletin." aver a verbatim re port of'al)avis sneech. Sneaker Davis a;wavs began' with something which sahnded like "Orrible members of'this Oise.' it was nrobably meant to mean? "'Htliiirhle tisemlwrs of this House".' He knocked the King's Eng lish :about as riiuohli- as he had the pluck to knock about the visitor re ferred to in the last naravraph. Mor ton reiorted a'ten mihutes' speech of Davis' rerhatim. and it was pubjished in aoLabor nnner. It was a most un usual, and. in my opinion, a most,ifil proper thine for any iournalist to do, but it.caused a great deal of fun. The rule is to listen. to discover what a had sueiker means...
THE POLITICAL ARENA. STATE LIPERAL PARTY. Melbourne, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
T AHE~ POLITICALPARENA. hi i ebor's oni. Jan. 17. In Victoria all the hiberal"State Ministerifvhlio sounht re?election got back. T'hoiLiberal iPartv is out to fihtfor, a wiln: For examole, in the Victorian'State Parliament. the Watt :Ministry is goiI' to pu'sh a "Work nimuni s'omioenation Bill' which will 'dieithel? iiait wh'? is: disahled whilst it w k?i ?';llk. eek alnd: te widow ofh ileeiblo:e: isho ii- killed, whilst oniidit~: fromii £500 to a £1000., The Bill.,' i dithitbdiied- bh Mr. Murray oroi:ied-tlat*tlie wLrker should .pay a Dorenliiii i?'lntcltel.Si hbast been istifuckfMi aiibd' it hii: iwen~ decided that.. iiust askeerv tradehnsito bear the' ufdeBh ofbad debtt it 'nisit bear the':lj en":X:f.t'hlie e nxelses resuilting from: iniurvto:men who suffer or are killeduis hiil?tfl1mifiinii. cartdriving what voi'f will.0 All the old legal qiiib ibjerissieet .alide "hlle Bill asja 'shleidll one .??ind ,it ill be ' carned ULibhralst'Wai -the.credlt of ti assing it and Lanh r daret...
STATE PARLIAMENT. HOUSES MEET TO-DAY. Melbourne, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
STATE PARLIAMENT. HOUSES MEET TO-DAY. Melbourne, Jan.`19. After sin adjouirnnimnt of a month, both Houses of.-the.Stte Parliamoent. will mont to-mnrrowto.fiiiish thu .work of the sgssion. lii the Legisldtive As sembly Sir Frank Maddnn,theCEpeaker, will take theochairat i3.50 p.m., and. the Legislative Council will begin .;ts sitting an hour later. 'At a meeting of the Cabinet hold this afternoon,Ministers inade prepar ations for to-morrow. -.It is expected, that there siill b'be a'fair am?ount ..f discussion on. the Estimates. Minis tcrs have adopted the Estimates' Itf tho:first ,Watt Government; as thoro has not been time to frame a new fin. ancial policy for tlhe y;ear,noarly seven' months of whioh have now expired.
POLITICAL INDIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
'POLTICAtLh)lU)ltIItERNkCE A''bout the?nieh rini the State Par liaments of the five other States I can say nibthine exceut what' is to be'ga-. thered ,fromi tlie reboirts of the' vul gnrities and iinanities' in whichi'so mnany of .them- indulge.: hit thl Vice' taorinal tate Houses consist largelb of third-rate men. Ulnder te 'liard anid fast paftvy system. men of character and, abilit? aretendini to'cittipolitics. The'inimnwlio wanits to be ire-elected has to. go,,sbout smoodaini thb wire iullers of little leanues.ý The iindif ferei?i eoif'".the 'Vitdto? n electors. is surprising, and, presuinaiblX, as it -'i here' it is elseswsiee A'.: i'eards the returiin of3Ir.Vattt the Premier; thr"e toterstont ofl four took no in terest'-iii--the. issue. refused to talkl politics and wanted to knowa the re sult ofraces.on 1 second-rate subur .bai .csi:rse.. U.nSInubtedlv too much attention is devot?t, to sport, and too little to bin social issues.
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
SPOLICE COUnRT. 'The l.business listed for the WVarr nambool Police Court ve.torday occu oied several hoirs.q ind ineluded seve ral nrdsecutioni' tihddr the Shope and Fiictoiei" Act iind an autei6ail tiainst the Slire Council valiatiozis:. Ih ad dition to' these `eses. which are re norted elsowhider .Wni. Fletcher wai fined 201 for havini iieein diriuik and disorderly in Fiii,v-street on Satur dhv. anild l'Jiihs Dui'er wa fined 61 for a siimilar nlfedce. A i~utig man, a firet-ffender. 's finell .41(! for leiing obshen'laneuapiie inia Aiilhlie .iab and Chas. Downini? was fine li irith h 2/6 costs. fori driving it niight time With.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY AT COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914
ST. PATRICK'S DALAT COLAC ; St. P?atiick's Day in Colac will be celebrated oi Tuesday. 17th ~larch, with the usual bih sports demonatra. tioni. Over £100 will;be disbursed in athletics. and thie ririze for Irishliand Scottish dancint will be on the usual lilieral.senl.t. Furtheirtletails will he advertised later.I Tihe secretary is Mr. *A; O'Doid. Colne: