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SPLIT IN BRITISH CABINET NAVAL QUESTION CAUSES CRISIS. MR. CHURCHILL AND MR. LLOYD GEORGE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
SPLIT IN BRITISH CABINET -0r·· - ·--;. NAYAVAL vQUJTION CAUSES .:M. C1IHURCHIsLL A.ND ,R:. . (Retler' Telegrami.) Lonidon, Jan. 20. The "Daily Telegraph" states, that a grave crisis has arisen in the Chbi net in. connection withl the G"overn men's naval policy. The question will be disCussed:by'theOCabinet on Theirs STho ?p ,: u.rtlher decliares thal a majority of Ministers agreeo iith Mir. LJoyd Gieorgo iii opposing Dir. Church ill's naval :estimates and the relations between the Chancellor of the Ex dhtieq'er iid " fr. Chlirthill are so strained that thui resignstioo of one or the other is rihrded ais possible. ; If Mr. Chu?oliill is defeated on .th estimiteso'iiestion; , tdhe iiholo Boai? of Admiralty tlireaten: to resign. . Thoe "Dail el egra ph'a'dd that. a majority of thie Cabinet is 'intent upon abandoning even he :60 pier cent: The- stateiicns's "nuade? by Mr. Lloyd, George in'ai recen? coneriisation wrhich gave rise to mucah o:i meniii t, 'were at first regarded:' aiiiipuls...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
WHOOPING COUGB. "Miy little boy had whooping coiil very badly." says Mrs-A Henderson The People's "Store, ,47,'Elgen Road : Mornringto, N.Z.' "I tiied several cough medicines without any of.'thde doinghimany good,. then I :tried Slamnberlain's Cough Remedy and -h Si?t imediate relief, .Since then I have. aliways kept a bottle of tthis' wonderful medicine by, mib Andrecorm mend it to everyone." Sold by all obhemists and ptorekeepers. SERIOUS ChANCES. -0--~ ARE TAKEN IN NEGXI}TrING A : SIMPLE OASE OF PILES. Any poruon takes serious chances in n?e ecting an attack of Piles. This ailment hili a teeloncy to beo earonic, and there i also the d tf nlceration, and forming of. i; Iothl. very difficult to cure. ' ef et ritnitf - for any form of PilI .lwt hear Itoinig or Protruding, i~ au'. Ointmont. It cadses no dotent Ro'm daily occrpatidn, and the man, urea mado sby it have made it fanmouoahr .*very corner of the world. It enjoys a greater demand and more inthusi astic pop ularitV than any ...
IMPORTATION OF MOTORS CUSTOMS FRAUDS ALLEGED. THE CASE DISMISSED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
IMPORTATION OF MOTORS CUStOMS FRt?AU AT.~EGED. THE CASE DISH SSED. (IReuter's Telegram.) London. .Tan. 20. The hearine of the case in which Ralph Millbuin. Wiilter .TJhln Kems-' ley. Edlward William Idle. and Bruce' Anthony Cuthbertson were charged with havin,. in coniunction with other nerslns. 'attempted to defraud; by means of false invoices and de clarations His Maiestv's Customs of duty on motor cars. cycles. tyres, and accessories. imoorted into Australia, came to an abruot terminationi at Bow street Police Court. to-day. Mr. Bodkin. K.C.. for the defence, suliniitted' that Walter Kemsley had nd hnowledee of the transadtions in Auistralia: the other defendants may have known of them. but nont fraudu lently. There was no evidence that their irtlm had urofited hv the trans actions. The evidence of Mr. Neal, an Australian Customs ollfcial. showed that the values charned to Australian homises were the same as the firm paid "to the British manufacturers.Tlie alle nation that the ur...
COST OF MOBILISATION. £150,000 A WEEK. GENERAL COMPLIMENTS BURGHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
COST: OF MOBILISATION. £150.000 A WEEK. GENERAL COMIPLIMENTS' BURGHERS. Notsihstihtnain tlihe' 'completeniess of the mobilisation of the South Afri cnm defeice force. the cost is notlike lv to exceed £150.000 weeldy. General Christian Bevers. :L.A., comnd?ilidint dif 'thel; defeince forbe,ad dressed the Bimrrhers 'to-day 'He ea nlained to them that the force was not called. out. at the, time of the .Jul&lt;'strike. becauis it was their only four. davi id l id i~eeded tim'e for or zanisation. Hle iroeceded 'to eay that bi'.., thddiboh; it' wa;liht, ix. monthl sind tlie last strike. hi helieved their inobilisationi could not have been ef-, fected better in any anrt of the world. -lein had come in froim the -faithiest points within th rst days. Genieral Bey ers odded,tliat he isihed to shoe that they could moanaie their own affairs without the helu of Imoerial troops.
The Warrnambool Standard. PUBLISHED DAILY. Price—One Penny. WEDNESDAY, 21st JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. "THE MESSIAH" TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
The Warrnambool Standard, UIiLIIa.D DAILY, Priu--Ono Pmnno.. W\EDNESDAY, 21st JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. '1'HF MFSSIAH"' TO-NIGHT Vhant ironises to irove otio of the lfntst intsicl effolrts thi:t lids heeti n:ile in \Varritainimlol for mnasy years will he tlii reseait.tio, of Bandel'a itranid oratorio. "The J lMesiah,"' to nitLht at St. ,lolm's Church. The ren tleriftl of tis noble wotrk has been itdertllten by St. John's choir and friends wtith the as.sistaneo of visiting soloists, the obliict htidl to strengthen th chutir fund. The borfornianre of l'lThe .letoinah" is s: ambitious under thk?nit. inolvinre a ivast amount of work. iand ill collcernel ateo to bo rotmtneutih l far their entorprise and for that sbirit of tlhoro ilhiot which, unt'ortutitateln is too oftenl Iicking in titisiral Viitires. Oon thin ocsidtou th le t nic ittav exo?ot a most Ileri toriuts alld .Sitisfvtile rendering of Hlandel's talsterieee. Tie choir antd soloisth. uiderlr then stutevision of 31r. Ir. V. h. Pt's...
RAILWAY GUARD FIRED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
RAILWYAY GIL RD FIRED AT. T he orimed eutiird atrolliot the rail ' vwa-' n the border of Nastal arid Traiis vaal firedl at a nisan who was'taniper inei with the liie: i'rivo'nhots were:fir ed in rebli- but i ithouit taking ef fect. The nard believes that, there were tliremen concerned,iii thefat temnt to. interfere witll the line. No arrests haVe lieii made.
WHARF LABORERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
IWHAiF IAlORElS' UNION. i .A sciF ineetif?, .of tile local a1harf ICabri'rr/ Union is to be heldd at ithe Club Ionms. Timor-street, to nl cyjt bount oj slied -ila .Illot an0rs 1lanviInPoe iBssed irom tblle lboiurne office. Members are requlstid to brine? their pence c"ards. 'tlo"h? i fail tn ittend will ba beali? eidile s a sufficient exeuse ca o be urered fne their abhsence,
SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. MEN DRIBBLING BACK. BUT MANY STILL OUT. MINES' POSITION IMPROVES. (Reuter's Telegram.) Johannesburg, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. -MEN DRIBBLING BACK. BUT: MAN' Y STILL OUT. : INESPOSImTI ON IMPROVES; - ?i(Reuter!s Telegram.) - (; Johannesburw J.Tan. 20. TIwo hundred irailwavnmrn signed on iat ,Ger.miston?todav .for. duty, ona. .a lar'erimiobe'n''ofdstriikers" resumned.'at Braainfdntein' where a m-eeting of the men decided.in favor of a.general re sumotioonon Tuesdav. A Aew men are rbsuiiiinn'at Dur ban. b.ut?600 airestill out there. There is no siuekestion tliat the strikers at Durbali have any interition of return Instieenmasse . r " s ,Tlie )ousitioi., al.-tlie iihes shows radfial.inimruvein.nt: No niinaigeVwas :doiie iri-thel attemot to destroy: :the eniiuihiliuse `it.tlie Voeelstifis mine ov an inferna'lacni-hiine. Tlhemanage ;nient of thisymiiine-ahi e ordered all strjikersto ouittlhe livibir quirters thiey ociiuv on b tlhnmine nroperty. : Jj'')iFederation of Bilildiugg, Trade Societie infiPret'orii alt a meeting held thislmnornin j reisedl:T.o .return : to workl. In the afternoon t...
FIRE AT CROSSLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
FUIILE AT QRO.SIEY. :,lessis.d:;r toni R ios.;butcheas, of " Koroit, sustained a heavy loss during .:lond'ay, ight, whe I n the whiole of th, buildings:'?at ,their new s ls?u lhter }house,: rossley, yrore destroyed by fire; toge?ther wiith several carcases of beef and about 20. carcases of gheep. AVhen fh6 place was left the previols evening :everything seemed prfecotly safe, ,A'ind tliero is not thu slightest onieo aS tol'how the firo origignted, .though :somo suspicion has b?en arous edl ie sylf act that both bhuildings were on fire at' tho same timie. T"'liho bild ings .had ust beoen: .completed; and erdir tlhrooughly "uipto-dd? thlis' t o, op peirs:b'itig in fire-proof eniflosures, th n~at roonm was fly prof and thi ni Itandhiag of the meat8 t;i' ii; n mu umi 'itrnd"ii itioii t; ?li: stq nc :eeftionrd, t'hero was a' largo.tuttitityaf tillow. liidis and o odher:maitoihl .co ctcil -nith bte lustpk The Propri ste anvaiting theiva uftlorsn speotor before: msuring tliO: premises, en ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
MELSOM HEMMONS, Deotist. Timor-streot, Warrnambool, Attends DAILY at lia Surgery: W. J. 8..DAVIDSON Doentist, mad ti CONSULTED DAILY at his Sur. gory. Kepler isrte. ' Telephone 71. 11.1i. F. S.' LAWSON, Dentist; of 197 and .199. Moorabool Street, Gee long, VISITS as foTlow. Port Fairy, .Tuesday, 20th Janu ary ; :Koroit, Wednesda; 21st": Jan; Penshurst, Thiursday, 22d ;Hamiltoai Fridiy and Siitrdayy; 23rd anid 24th; Caivedish;l' Monday, "26th: Balnroral, Tdesdity, 27th; Harroiv, Wednisday, 28th;' i Edenhiop, Thursday, .29th;. A~.', Friday (till 3 p..) 30th; Chti*id,' Satiurday (till hbon), 81st'; Tsrryoukyidi, 'Saturday (afternbon), 31st; Oolraine, Monday, 2nd Febru ary;: Meri?i, Tuesday, 3rd; Caster ton, Wediesday, 4th; Digby, Thurs day, 56th; Branxholmo. Friday, 6th; Ma6aithu~, Saturday, 7th; Hamilton, Mdisdiav, 9th; Dinkeld, Tdiesday, 10th; Penshnrst, Wednesday, 11th; Hamilton, Thursday, . 12th ; Port Fairy, 'Fiday, 13th; Garvoc, Satur disia 14thi 'Terang, Monday, 16th-: Mortlake,...
TECHNICAL SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
,l fro,. ....the, lornl echnical . iooJ;,_ ,: . r'. e Oceo , - t tihe Ijecemierr,' e?·liam i rtions'~yield tinder Ihe 'lretiogl '? the; EDcation De iirtmpnt Ti he school has only 'been est?blid i' iiiontis hut all the ?succeeded in p - .. v ?dhiii ks volumes for tlhe, eiffclelv 1of i e..titinn imjirted at i'ie ql rho`I sumccscsfiu candi daitecs nwre.s 1 Eliiil Tlc raiwIng for llers and a sirtisaus-. m.i Waterson , 8: ! li.r? e Jtliithouii 5]::Engineer-: ul dr)? io aii'Isilh '. MIarfell 85 F 'W Aiti. ;80 ;(panssed with crr dit)'trJii.:,i allaeqr' '50 &uýassae).
AN INFANT MURDERED. MOTHER SENT FOR TRIAL. Colac, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
AN'INFANT MURDERED. : M0oTilll SEXT FOR TRIAL. Coli; Jan. 19. •- ,hlllremagisterial .:inquiry. into the deithi of ia iewly-boril-n thikl 'fouiid buried at El:imin\t, nehLeblac, a fart I. night ago, wls.conenlded today. Con staib!?.Genke'vis gave evidnee, to. the effect thi lie interviewed Emna'i RLu'by Donublue, a young llmarried -wolinan, wh oat. first denied giving birth to the ih ld, .bet 'su?:ce:intly said se dug a hdleoin the back yard and buried it. She said the child made no sound, and she did '.not feel it move. Tile body was buriid-a foot be!ow the surface of the ysird. .A-post. niortem examination did not reveal external marks of violence, but the d:etor was of opinionii the child wia s brn halive e ld Ilad breathed. i1)eath iias due to +,tfoecat-oil.. M r. -Walter Sehdiod, thle acting c roner; found the child had been nil fu.ljy murdered, and committed SEnilitil Donoloie for trial oii a charge of ni;lcr at tie February sittings of Greel,ik Siip'ienmo Oouit.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
SOOTWEAR SPECIALS ' LADIES' White Canvas Lace Boots, self cps, good GE NTS' 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, spec'al bow; special prices 8/11 and 10/6 pair. prices, 9/9, 11/6 and 13/6 pair. LADIES' Glace Kid Balmorals, patont'trimmings and GENTS' Glace Kid Lace h,l es, Derby fronts, new newest shapos, special prices, 9O9. 10/6, 12/11 pr. American toe, special prices, 12;6, 14)6, 1616 pr. LADIES' Glace Kid Oxford Shoes, pump soles, pat- ;GENTS' Enamel Derby Lace Shoes, four American caps, speial prices, 11/, 12/6 pair. shnpes, special price, 16)6- 17,6 and 20/ pair. LADIES' Enamel Derby Lace Shoes. toecapped,several GENTS' Ox Blood Balmorals and Shoes, five shapes, shapes, special price, 11/ and 12/6 pair. special price, 1416, 16 6, 20/ and 226 ptir. ". T. J. ROME, UP TO ATE BOOT AND SHOE STO...
COCKATOO DOCKS. ENGLISH MANAGER APPOINTED. A HIGH SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
COCKATOO DOCKS, ENG I ISH MANAGER APPIIOINTED. A HIGH SALlt'Y. The position of nianaeer of the Aus trali'ail naval dockvards. at Cockatoo Island. Sydnev: bhiasbeen filled- by lhe aipoinitment of ?l.J J. I ing-Salter, at a salary of £1750 a year. \lr. King Snlte':.was omone'the aDnlicants in respoiose to the offei advertised a few months naeo in Auistralia and in Eng laudl.:nd his aDnointment was re commended to the Miinister of l)efence I- a committee of nhval eonerts speci i ally chosen to make a selection. The Muinister accented the reconmmenda tion, and all arramirements have been comilleted. The annointee has noti hlied by cable his intention to leave 'London oni 30th inst. for Melbourne. VACCINATION "FEES. Paiyment of r vinciation fees to medienl-iractitioners who nasisted dur inic the recent. small-lox scare will take iilere in a fei dlars. the Minister of realth havinit asked the sanction of the Cabinet on Jlonday to disburse the amounts oivine: In all h about £d3000:will Ibe...
Corporation Gas Works. RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURE FOR THE Year Ending 30th Sept. 1913. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
Corporation Gas. Works,; gýiisiýbEr s & 1XPEMlTUR E. - . FOR?THE Year Ending :30th Sept. 1913, BaiI?co at -11.?ikf :1x4- ' ". Stoiv . r.e. I 3 ?] ,191?" 2 o Ctovos oit Hiio Puic' 42 81 Siles F?f O.s ¶1'.4::. Oiveipnymeonts-d , 'ahd1::De :. 8 " Streat Lanmps. `-_' 0A.. 0j 0 ;Sa1a ofQopd'st etd :, x;139.'3'11: Interest .. . ...... 10 0 1)ishonored -Chei~3lb R-e flbnded . e... ... 1 8 0 Works Extension . . 4 10 '6 Balance, Cheques Out standing, £t976/35 ; Lea' Credit Balance' ·at Banlk of Victdria,, .Ltd. £286/10/9: Clash in hand, £429/7/11 .... 259 1 90 .7,738 4I:7 EXPIENDITURE. By £ a. d. Outstandidg Aico?sits at 30/9/12 ............ 668 14 3 Office Expenses ........ 72. 5 2 Coal ..................1351 12 10 Banik interest and'charges .12 6 11 lResiduals, CartagoCasks' ets. .............. 68 18 5 Wea andT Tenar .. . 200 1 ' W es ...: ............. 872 12 5 Salaries .. 411-17 9 "Interest on Loang-..:...: 245i 10G` 5 Mains and Services ,... 1095 11 ? iPipes and Fittiii; ....-13...
WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
WEATHER FORECAST. The folloiviii i wdither forecib was' issued it iine o'clock liasutight for t6odiv for Victoria' by' Mr.' Hunt, the "Fine. with moderate temueratures, south .to ed.t i'ibils."" Coniioieweildth Mletboioloiist:- TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS. Swintoiis Pti. Ltd. direct attention to their ireat summer sale in the gro cervy ind hardware departmehts.' 1?r; Wriiht. Liebiu-street, an nounces a special make-room bargain sale. 'Ihe statement of receints and ex nenditure il connection with the To~wn Council for the vear ended, 30th September last apiears in our adver tisinm.column.
EARL AS CO-RESPONDENT RUMORS CONFIRMED. (Reuter's Telegram) London, Jan. 29. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
EARL AS CO-RESPONDENT 'RUMORS CONFIRMED. (Renter's Telegram ) , lo . Indon, Jan. '. '-Foir 9ome timeo past rumors hav' beAn. in.eirculation to tho effect thlat Earl Fitzwilliam, one of tile weP'lt.hles ees in Great Britain, was about to * fgure as co-respondent i in anncc.i for divorce. The reports foiund co:m - firmartion to-day, w.litri n culsl ll iollnced'in tile )ivorce Court t.hl t 1( Wa. appenring for tlie Earl in thl-(ase ii w.hikr Ir. A.ekander .Brodriel; S.;elio Melhille, a dir-rtor cf the Union of IAildon and Smith's ink,' is suing f l r.a dlivhrcc from, lg l ifc on tle i: nrlnud "of. inii.ondui t.;! .C-oulisel pro t dt'. nga inst .rcrtirin.l; joir nalistic stat~iniets, 'and 'nskedl thiat tilhe hlinr ""inr ashiituld beo .e'edit .ed'ihe i'inde :refnil ;toigrnt. tlie" request.' Mi. i ' Coiyns Platt, of.Tlir.t'l; is iso jiiabd as enw respondty - w,-,., , ' ...(Williini Charlcsdo,.ateiron cuit w FIrti.F.itzi:iiaint, :7thiEarl of', iti Williiimisis in his 41Et'lyar-. e son? :"o...