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THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

D -)ring dry weatheli it will, be advis iblo to carefully' ex:imino'spriig plant ad, shrubs.nnd see thatthey do not siiffer' fromni aiitiofeinoisture. It isal .ays liest `to"'niiticildto tlheir-r?eqirie-' ments and not: wait until the;follago. iilts, for tlei, 'ofteiitimes, i is, too late iiil the plants die. '-lion'water :ng, give a thorohgh soaking,aind see th it it peiotrites .thrbuglh. the old Sýods iof't ree 'r, perpetiitil arenar tions may Ibe sowin at the presnit iimo in:well:draiiied ;pansi or hboxesb eruit'cnsps on the fliat answer very sell bhut home moss or, litter- should he, placed over the -drainago 'to pre vent the soil froim iwashitig through. ".ill the boxes to within an inch f ihe top with fresh sandy lonm, mak: zig the whole fn.irly firm and level orevious to sowing the seed. Obtain ihe host strain of seed procurable, ae inferior plants thka just as much time aiid trouble; and are never satis factory. Place the seeds in singly ari pi ith of ni inmeh deep anrid lt:...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JAPANESE CATASTROPHE LESS THAN 250 PERISH. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 19 [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

JAPANESEc CGATASTROPJI LESS THAN 250 PERISRH: -' Loodzoo, Jan. -1 hetiriitidx oiss 6f`O;O;OtJ'lm-smy • no'i iondield to:0 : thm?_aO250 , "TIh6 J a a eso `Eao mbibasy in" London isste aa.stement?fi to-iv, hnnouncinl tlihat 'i naiy:believed , ;fiiub all except abou-200'. of the inihibitants of Sa kiirashima eseaped. Tienty-four per sons wer either .killed or soveriil in ioured ihn?': osbiind. Half o ithe house ,on a tq; :island ihave\ bee, coin plqtcly destroyed:

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRAYERS IN CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

`pRAYERS IN\OrbUROREis. Praycrs.t :ieroýfferedrsj;in nmany churches vesterdav.;for peaceziu Ire lazid~ ;,rrEý ;r'~1>sýt~.4rf

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ULSTER PROBLEM. "RED BLOOD WILL FLOW." SIR E. CARSON'S PREDICTION. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

THELULSTER PHOBLEM. 'RE?' BLOOD 'WILL FLOW. SLR ii.I1? N'S PREDIC ,: '.It euter'. Tele. am: ".. Slird;-itecrCa idomI:1 ,:? th darl to .thelnUlster.:'r olu, rsodat `Blfla srt'an Satur'daý ,;J 4-. U p . -. 5%1m 'tlhe'men e said 'W ask nathin-but-toiemuin- citizehii sf tlim United :Kingdom. .If they. dare to attcliisa- ,red .blood will: certainly floii .': ,

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OLYMPIC GAMES. FRENCH PREPARATIONS. PREMIER OFFERS £2,000. (Reuter's Telegram.) Paris, June 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

. OLYMPIC, CAMES.:; FR.ENOH .PREPARATIONS. S:PREllMIl OFFEiS 2,000.' (Reuter's Telegram,) Paris, Juno 19. SI. Doumorguo, tho French Pre mioi, 'grant~Pi ail intibrview yesterday to a deputation .Trom tho French -National Sports' Club and the French Olynipio Cominittee: 'ho deputation asked for a granht of £8 000 towards tiro cost of training the French team st compote at tho Berlin Olympiad.iii 1916, but the .Premier would only ~ffor a subsidy of. £2,000,.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ASSASSINATION PLOT. GREEK KING THREATENED. TWO BULGARS ARRESTED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Athens, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

ASSASSINATION PLOT. GREElK KiLNG THREATENED. TWO. BUELARS ARRESTED. S tlheins Jan. 19. "'Ilse pioli at Sailonica claim to have discovered a plot to assassinato King Constantine of Greece,;iihoso father, Kiiig George," met his death :by an assassin's hand at;S.llonica on Mairch 18 a?R: "'io BulH rihinh? liave bceen arrested on a cnare 'of being concern ed 'in the plot... A hird IBulgar has been deported. Ainothor man would haro been' sent to Bulgaria also, bunt ho declared himself to be an Italian subjct. -

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISSING STEAMER. FATE OF ACILIA. TWO BODIES PICKED UP. (Reuter's Telegram.) Hamburg, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

MISSINCGSTTEAMER. FATE OF ACILIA..., rT` 0O BODIESPICKED:U P.i - (Iteuter's tTeleram.) . .IHamburg; Jan. 19;. After a.lapse of three montihs news has ibeen Teoejved l herdof. the fate of the: Hambur?Al.m rika:e liner,-Acilin, _,693,tohs, whioliiwassdue to arrivo at Monte o ideo - frominEurope .: early in n\'ovovember . z s me v i The bodies of thie third officer and a sailor of the Acilia have been picked ip ;in the Stiraits'of Magellan, while a quantity of wreckage has been Thb` nativeit ih :te vicinity report that in Ootoeit~ ~ large. vcssel found ered in'the Straits.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER OUTBREAK. FLIGHT OF INHABITANTS. Tokio, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

ANOTlHEROIOUTBREAK.%;-. FLIGHT OF NIF BITANTS. ».;^. " • :' ?'? ; "?TKko. Jan.^.. 9 'le volcando .f Sah rashima is again in violent eruutioni ,rTh town of Taroshimna' i 'tvl~mned hv clouds of bIlindio ashl.lMainvof' .tli 'inlhabitanta who had rieturn(d iic"m ?e thlie recent eruptionils"are iaiin fle'rn;i in terror.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEADACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

SUFFERED AGONY'WITH' HEADB A. ... CHES. _ "I highly recommehd Chamberlain's Tablets to banyone'.who'suffers" from headache," says Mrs. M. K Berry. Mrlborough ld.,' Victoria Valley, Tasmania. " suffered igony'. with headaches iand tried. almost ,every thing. Nothing did nie any good until a frend recommended Chamberlain's Tablets and they soon put me right again. Now I. would not be without a box of Chamberlain's -Tablotadin the house." Sold.by all'chemists and storekeepers.. "For the'Liver.Kidrinevs"Ajn Digest ion no medicine like ANN MACAU LAYS 9YRUP,.. Chemists 2/6,;.andft DOUGALL'S PHARMACY .

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PANMURE. Jan. 19. BUSH NURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

PANMUjRE, : (From Our Correspondent ' Tan. 19. , .l?SH, NURSING. : meetinoL of the committee of the Painmurt Bush Nursing Association was held' recently at the Commercial Hotel., The suecial business of the meetinle was to consider thel drawing up of rlules'" forthlle orking of tho centre. It was resolved to cil a pub lic meetine of subscribers early in ib ruirv to consider the adoption of the rules, of uliich due niotice will appear i'heio ."Sthnitlad.i-'','T : , . Nurse Backhnns a nunierous friends will reeret to learni :that she: intends severini her connection withl the'Pan inure 'centre. She is leaving here shortl :.to take up the duties of bush nurse in.MIeenivan, in Gippsland.>Ber successor is Nurse :Missen. froni Colnc, shejhaliai been ',ix years in Dr. Brown's private hosoital.. .

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NIRRANDA v. ALLANSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

SNIRRLNDA v:'ALLANSORD.? A cricket minatch wi played at Nir randa bitien Niianda aind Allanis ford;'for tlie Kavainigh trophy, on Saturtlay: Scores : :NIIIFtANDA. A. Lawlor, b J. Eal?s ... ...H:. R. Burnie, st. G. Boyle, b G. Do reomsh 0 A.. Dale,' b G. Devenish ..:... 0 J. Wallace- b J. Eales '........: 7 U:. Dinci, b L: Grant ......... :2 H. Wallaee..b J. Eales ..........S G. Lee, b H\Burleigh ........ .8 U. Frostl,. J.' Eals ... 0 H. M'Gennan,.not out ....':11 G. Burleigh, e O. Burleigh,, b J Eales' - 0 J. Gumming, l.b:, ..i;J. Eals. 0 ,Sundries .......... .. 'l'otall :. 'l1 Bowling: J.: Eles, 6 for 17; G. De venislh, 2 for 25;. L: Grant, 1 :for 9.; IH. Burleigh, 1 fbo'6: '' "ALLANSFQRD. W. hirleigh,' c'Burnie, b VJ.' VWl lace ... :3 W. Morgan, run.out...... .... 2 :. E.-Devanish; e A.: Lawlor,:b J Wallace .............. 7 W. Nortlev, throiin out.:::...' '0 i. Boyle; hitwiket,. ....:.. 17 tI. Bnrloigh l.b.i., b Dale. 0 G. 'Burleigh; b H; Wallace- I . O0 D. .Fitzgerall; run out .....

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CRICKET. PANMURE V. LAANG. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

S- eriv 'iexitinie:cricket' iateh~was p!la~YeW.t l .f arii "o Satuirday after-' noonh:'ih S-'ininebtiotii with -the'-.Kayv naiii:Hdil6wav.' coinoetitih il bet-ee the lainioiire cricketoriannd ihetlocals. The' liomo temii: had. first'" unseof the ;Iat. and '' hit toiretbher the respectaplei Core 'of':9. runs.o,'After the adjourn iient for.lunch. P.anniiire went in'iand io'de 92'. Jeovimnahiie* hoirei&Nisii'r ners blj one runi niidst. sreit' excite ment -'Had, t hr visitors: not!,been so inxious' t. mniake rins;-thev would haive fared bctt'r.:''s: tryina r fbo., rins. foiir 'of..tlier wericrii? oul.-' Scdres: B. Batteif ",b H. Hiit;, .. F.'Johlifiione: b Hunt 3.''.';... 3 UI' Hall:_(»t'out'' . A.(.'..'.; /; 30 A. McEw:nia. h'B Batten. b Gibson 5 G. Hall.* I H. nt .. . .I::. .Hu. t M.I Johnstone. bhHituoti.... . ' . G. Jolihsto~ie. lh' ]iiift .. .'.- : 4 3. Jolhnstone.. thraowii out...;. *., Ir T. 1Richtnidsinit: l tliien lldt .'.;:.t:. 826 it. Vauy0 ii. b'H '"Miathiiesn n-;'' ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORMS. THE CHILDREN'S ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

: ;:?I.WORMS:. TH EidHILDIWE?'\ S E'EMYI. SUnidJbtedy there is no greater .;?iiy~totho;.Health, HIlOpines .and Comfort "of?Cildren thliai th pre sence of -Worm?. Parents should be on their 'guard if fi child' shows anriy of tli nmarked' symptoms,; such as ,D'sturbed Sl&p,. Grinding of tie Teei-' Restlessness, -.Irritation ,and p'iking;th1i hod, to'nscertain for cer tain if the child is afflicted with these , prausites ad if tlsy are; to at once administ?: Coniusfcek'.s Deld. ShoL" 1 ,o ms 1Pllets acordisi to directiodns Thsvy nxroa siafe, -Suibrnd reliable in eiedy. prepared-in the' form 'of.' a 1113,y and clididreii take-. thhn' :without:, any, PelletsInaI;iii tirero vdeptabll prepar. ation, fdr :e oratl cation of Worm siar dhiidroei arid ndulidts. r s:ale by h11l dhemiiis;.i~ id :storee?ueras ",prioe 2(9r per Piialet ;:-tr- will aesJ past paid at the" sa De ,riire, biThie W H.'od Cli stock :0 I;tc.23 3La'ig-istreet Clihurch THil, Sunrtia

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MARKETS. Monday, 19th January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

....... TIIIE-. 4R:I? liKEIk. . ?:,: oIonday, l1ith January. WARKNAMBlOOL., 'OiAl ) I. MAR 'ET. -, 'lhe mariket is e. at, £1112/6 per ton, ez bags: i .A LLARAT' PRODUCl" ARKHIT . S iturday 17th Jauary. .:: Brophy Foley and Co. ?aport,;- ? Diveries iunpr;oved sonmewhlat dur ing the seek, but there 'as only.. a moderat deiind, and prices. shoe.l blut' little variationil. quote as fol "Wheat, "35 'to, 3J6 for inilliug. ,.. Slouir,. £Sl10.:_ 'Bran, £410. .. " . . ,..., :Pollard;' lJ;. ..., .Malting barley 3/ .to 333 for prnme I'iEglish, and Iit1 to 2/, for Cape.::.! Oats are firmier at .1/7 to 1j9 rfor seat' .AlgerianL; ,.;,"' • , ' : '.. '. ' : .: . Ohang arihen'v e fair. de? mand at 37/6 to £2 for oldi and 3'3/ to 3716 for newi.,:. an,,er sheaves £215.,;,, ,. Strew, 30 to 326.. : .Potatoes, .£3/10 tbo' 4/1O. ! .

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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SUBMARINE DISASTER. ALL POWERS CONDOLE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

SUBMARINE DISASTER. SALL POWERS CONDOLE. 4 (Relnter' Telegram.) London, Jan. 19. All tho Foreign Powora have sent mossages' of condolence to" Gi~eaj?Bri tani on 6ho loss of the saibmnfine A7i vith iill ?anlids, "ff' COiph RaI"ane ad on Saturday.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BOOT TRADE. FURTHER TARIFF EVIDENCE. Melbourne, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

: b IHEB0UOTRMbE. F •-.aJo? . sthtdla ' o-,-oda I tt l!'i * h1?JMh.ý H"BlENC .{ . g , . ilfl~_tiO" te- efo r : Mars> llaUh e lv(inIeti0 AusTralhin-inuid I e gboo s ?TE -ac iqqA~jrah.^ l h r deain? ' . r n 4.msa aso tpr.-. d ato tl ih wero I,&' in "the Unti Sf't6s. W i • "*. - T 09'ia. k. wsiacsl tif D a Ind S sMions "toot ;-enTil.dftl die, d . nl ' fashionlis li'oft' P6" 'ii T "] nni i

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THE DUBLIN STRIKERS. MR. LARKIN'S ADVICE. FREE LABORER KILLED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

THE DUBLIN STRIKERS. ' MR. LARKIN'S ADVICE. FREE LABORER KILLED. `. s 1 n-Londn' .Tan. 19. It is'uaderstood that` fr. Larkin, at' a secrot -meetins' held in Dublin, ad ised the strikers to resume work as supoliee of monet' nd'food from Eng land had?' racticallv cebised. Mr. Lar-? liinl,iowever.;.ureed the men not to' sign nareomentis }: The strikeirs made severial attacks upon. free laborers in iDnhlin, One .of the latter ,died from a fractired skull.

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES Melbourne, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

MELBOURNE WOOL ALES - ------- .....r"-' : -Melbournc-Jhin rl:T . jDal . aol nd R ?..jr ,pirt: .- '. ..... ,l secom nd series, of-. wool salds kiij feriiing:.atIr~ond rrepresentatie ciita logue of-.650 bales, which - Ancluded ,*n -' ?'cooiniifi'ohtu,'4'roiniivery 'State in thei& -n iGo dmnto nwdalthl.TTIitera.lisr]rgo ii' :, ic :tiidieideo.l of r buyergiiihdcfin petition , a ,*.-' . .w .genicrl:-. A'sibilpaedlire it li'le . . closii raitcu ,of tlhh first sgerie'' vnhvi .',*: no eiJerall.y are'iryfir?i,? wlsA ' :ie d , i ilium ;and coairseo quality' ibcrossbreds . are n ero'5cit. Jighor'ospeeially when .,.. ' 'lahd'.-ainl orkslirO:)- boughtv froely. ..; '<'lit'ebulk ofint.lio,-oolsr ' cricainiftr oitie .* na-oS ll -eat ,ofoSouvlAustral slra T i-L *ni *tp iia; aa'd W Abiutralia.. ! jpi" : . . .; .Dsal6ty's,,soldiiYounginani Ard~.ar '. s ,.,l:.:i.c!ip .ifroml ~rassdalo.:. atil' 4d for . mtltineornio .nd coniobackl tlheo Glen;' O .jiiCCorfrlyJolfeipfriorT 'Westerni Vni...

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THE BEST INDICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

TILE BEST, INDICATION. Of tho vaiio cf WolIo's cbnapps" is thefact of.:its wonderful increase in geiFii mse,; a?'a medicinal stimulant it ii?usmnpassed.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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FARMERS ISSUE WRITS. ACTION AGAINST A LABOR UNION. Melbourne, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 20 January 1914

XFARMERS ISSUE~WRIT8 z :C lý1OŽe. UDNTST A: IIAI3OR ;N< Uw TNION, ": ( rr sc,,a's~~'Xr° Melboui'n& jTau HI -- ,is; u~iderstoixd "that "inrits: are to " 1 issued~i hw%44 rrnersiivuraiist -theo ;r",,;* Geeloue.Fuel.:nndilaoddler' mploves' Union'. for ndvisiut locnVr produce, ,. mtnirchnlptswbv,. circular. 'that union aii~,jfhemiber.4lwoiu t, lhni'ilisft1ithe,, pro ;c,;.2aduceo ofcitlio.Ifnriers'nrimioP. 1because . ...tlio-.did-work-onj the' sowerago; conr - ratctc~efiriatlie trk

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