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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. NEWLY ELECTED MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
, 'LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.. NitiYLX ELEECTED 1EMjBERS.S i' The8smeibers ,of the Miilistry and Mr.. Leckd were introduced anrd sworn M ISTAKE By POLICE.: . "Mr. Cameroin- asked if. the: Chief Secretary had read an aneenucntof the arrest of O'Neill in mistake for Sparks. Hei'saitf'af tihestaiteiet n'as correct, he ,had been, iardlv: dealt witlh. The solic6e siiildbe n iansierahl ' -: ,Mr. lMurrams said the action of the policei ias c:.iertaiinl? ill-advised. He was to et a" full\'. r-sort n lthe whole of the: fliets'inicoiine?tioila with the arrest.' Thie olice adted under a false imiiressiori: He" helieved they icted honestlv.; M r. Keast:'The should hiave treat ed the maii -uronerly. -'. .' , M:r. Murral y said that wns aiothler phase of the auestion.The whboleminat ter. was veruunisatisfactprr e bu??hel as sured .hel'Ho?se that &lt;th fuillest in quiry would he made.i.i. *M r .'atiniliu: Wi liave liheard that 'so. inanil tinm c Air.' ?rra ? Whlat can i'e do but inouire; It is...
THE MARKETS. Tuesday, 20th January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
, ;','Tueisday, 20th Jiiianuar.,' .: 01,WA?iENAMBOO. i' 'OT'TO 'r'. SOing .'to' liht deliveries- the mar ket ai 'firm at £2 per ltii: e bags: * .ARRNAMBOOL' .P.IG ,MARKET., here- ser' -3% lioead.pnne'd,- cf 1liih ,180o'wire classed'as itores.Prices iensrally'showed , a ligt itmniprove apnt0 on last week's 'rtea Prune bac Soiers lsold iat : roin- £41j to i £4/11; good miedium w'eight;' baconers froin £3/18 -to £4'; :ligh'ter weiiit baconers dowvii to £3; l'dorrard stdres. br6ught tIrm 40/ to £2/1; slips tb 23/; siuck ereito 16/.
BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
BiALLARAT ST1OCK IAItKEr.: •Catt??"." 01: yarided. 'rio' bhllocks £.1.l/10 -to £13/17j6i;. goodb £9 to £L10 o; minediumr £7/5 to. £8/y; best cows ,alves : 16 yarded.! Best. sold to;90!' , he:Sdp?.:589' pe1ieed.' Primiie cross bred:.wethers 20/; 'ktr td 23J9 ;"good to 18'; mediuml to'15/6, prime cross bird cwes to 18/6; extra: qulity : to "2Jd6'ta 16/ b;st?inmeri ti?:wethers 16,10 and good to 14/. .:. Lamb: 3561 penned.l'rime ..lp toi 18/10; "good to 16/; i;usefulto /13/ i prime .to 176; extra quhlit to"19/.;, ,iod shlorn to 14l/;'medium'.to 116.
STOLEN PROPERTY FOUND AN ARREST MADE. Melbourne, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
STOLEN, PROPERTY FOUND: AN Al3d2lj'P MfADhE. lelbourne, Jan; 20. Osi Sindilria: evenfing a :resident of bourkestreet whilh: i"the' Fitzroy Gardens found three Indies' bags un dEr a 'hliert' cerhitnlihiei ?tei~il gold watches and ai qhntiity of jewellety, Theo police: kept atch ad 'ithis pioriiiino., the'iilli?rb i.ns?ICitei hEm a. you?rg dian, ahlo was arireted. Ho gave the name of:' Frank 'I'hoineh, laborer..... Another. plant of watches and jewel lre ieas.nilso fohirid in an oithoause in Collins Place. 'Mdost of 'the articles ria've been: identifid,; including a ?aifch, thippiffrpierty. of Mr. Hunt, Seciret ry-of.lExternnal'Affnirsn
C.M.I. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
len's Institiite haIee secnred thd ser vic~ 'of:Dr. Balilviiif for?a lecture to men only. in the ConiersePtional Hall on' Thnrsdai" evenin? nexd. The sift ject promises ?to h one q~f articular iiiteceb to? ilde anid all thioo. desir oUs.ofg lpainine knowledvs on' matters of adneral'bheltli ait inivitied to be ipresent. No charese will he made for admimsien:":
STATE BRICK WORKS. TO BE CLOSED. Melbourne, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
STATE 'BRICK WORKS. T'O BE OLOSED. S Melbolurne, Jani 20." •The .Rahiay "ComnmiSioners have, deciddl to cloeo the Statt brick Wi-bik' t:Wouithaggiiald,dipspose of the plant owing to the poor quality of.and 'tlib small deiandl for bricks.. SStart- the New Year nwll by savying money, '.hlidc'cin m"be (doneo by buiiing Four Clbthing .aiid. Mei-ieery wiants rdilh.ii . lO'hnleity;-?i.'Tho Hat and Tio King," Thilnor-stireet,Wnairnamlibol, opposite P.O E' er lyiio you iieed in Meoii'es WTeariii AIpariel fronl head to feoot is to be bought at O'Flahert.'s the store ",where -nones goes iartfhest. O'R?laherty's is;.not 'i cheap store in the common -aceptlaneo of the term, but: if clihpness menlinc tlhourchase of good thin?js at a moderately oii"o price, it"i+ checap, because the goods' iare l ahiys.reliaibl and of sterling quality. One ordei 'will convince.' ;Special range of Suitings just to ]land If iou wiant a Hat liecoming tb your yoll hve to i be coming to me.
CITIZENS' BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
ai'fhizfi s, i3Al . 'l'he Citizens' Band gave . pro raianim of munin'on Cannon Hill last evenrinia,. which was very, much en joyed bv a larie ratherinic of the public. The followine items were liven lMarch: "The ,Cavalir'. (Harris); selection. .'John_. Bull"-' (Hitris); waltzi. "Son D'lAutumn" -(Joyc); Iaiiich. "Near Colonial" (Hall). waltz, "Echoes " of Killarnev" (1iouitd) ; march. "iJovea's 71st Regimnent" (B.4fer) : waltz."Sweetheart of Mine" (Millar):
BRITISH RURAL PROBLEMS LABOR LAND POLICY. COTTAGES FOR WORKERS. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
BRITISH RURAL PROBLEMS liABOR n i? )D PO1 ? C. CO'I'AGE3S F WOR; VORIiKERS (Reuter' ,Telegramn) on...... d Jan. 20:.. i Mr., James Parket, ,Liabor member .for1 Halifax,,,:ipeaking? at Ii Labor de ioiostration iun.Glasgo; .-.Last night, said that. like-other parties the I bor ,arty hLd.a land. 50lhy 1 hich it would unfoldiini a:.few, davn. Mr. Henlderson, iabot litinber for Barnard Castle, stated tihat Laborite, would have voted.foi te 'Home Rule Bill trloevbi brought it in. Suffragettes created much tiproar. 'lThey heckled M3r. THederson for vot ing.lor thoe "Cat an!d Moitee Bill. . Speaking at Brampton,' ii Cntimber land, last night, ' r. lRuncimani Pre sident of the Board of Ag.riculture, said the present,riiral ]lusing conditions made the Governmeilt undertake the bold course of. iroviding cottages., He could Ibuild siuflicient cottages to ac eommoidato 50,000 fof half the cast pf a single. Dreadnought: Mr. Runcimai l added t'hat flesh and blond were more imnportant thiin? teel: ...
Town of Warrnambool. ANNUAL ABSTRACT OF ACCOUNTS, 1912-13. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE. FOR THE Year Ending 30th Sept. 1913. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
Town of Warrnsmbool. -ANNUAL ABSTRaACT OF -. ACCOUNTS, 1912-13. 'STATEMENT 2 or RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE, Yeat Ending 30th Sept 1913. To £ ss8d.. Balance at Bank of, Vic foria ltd., 309/12 ... 27 1 3 Eqouivalent forenei .i '86 0 0 Shire- .of6. Wair?ni?nlibool .,(joint.. naeoiii t) ...... 11. 6 A'udit'Feo Rtduiid..... 17 17 0 Fire B iiade Re;s ti- :-i? 35 0 Lie eilac . 0.- -. ?so:cion '(ud- i. Uho Havkny. Carianges: :*, j'.44'0, ,0 Liodginig 'oes.. ":- 9:10 'Dairies *. 110 6 :;tqinmqnsns,.ja ... :. :.1,0,13 0 Sceights: and :Mesus . i35 1 7 Miieiii- Gverin "G; Ont .d1..3 2:? 1:° ,3 Sanitary Fees 129..15 9 Sanitars Service pense Account ;'.::"'' 14 9 Abattoiir Fee5 3 .-:: 685: 0' 8 Ab?ittbir Salo 'of Care&nes: 9 16 9 Sand Enclbsure, Goern :mei t G'an?..i.. ... 0.... 60- 0 Sinndi ylleceiptas - ..:.'4 42 15 3 Baths .. ...... 39 59 BOndaW mnirovme~iint?, Gov - ?. fernment' Granfit , . :i 25 0 0 Caruix'nt. . .. 5322;11 0 Ifit" r-t.: "` ... . -.. '162: 0 Pdiiid Fees ...5....... 5715...
TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
T. I' DAY'S EVENTS. HEspital :Fiower iDa: St. Toh'in Chair; sacred orintorid concert. !'The .Mesiih;. St. ,Jolifi's Church.:.8 m.ni. .Quarterlv meetin. Ausraliian Oath alic Federation. St: Joseh'sl School Roomi 8 m: Weekly , stock sales, Corporiation, Yards:.. S ale f Stock at Mortlakoeby M sr McDoinald: and Briimle. FertgihtIly furniture aili it i=i chuge Mart.. Loyal. Victoria Lnode. M.U., 1 O.O;F.: meets eight p.m. Initiations 8:30: .:Sllabiii-L?ctiiro Niirht r STEAMEI R SAILTNG6.. Tlihe Casiiin leaves ' Melbouirn for Warrun mhool to-morrow,at 2 p.ml . IThe Eumeralla leaves VWarrnambool for Meljiourne on Friday at 3 p.in., THE TIDES. SHigh water;at Warrnambool..iThis d;:I 7.i29 in.: i7.5i om. i
TOWN BAND CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
TIOWN BAND' CAnNIVAL ) i .dd iienlier of ]aili a nd gentleo ,ieit'iittend?''"the ieetise. at the Tiiwn Baiid Roiirm islstf 'niht to ar rai-i' vfiariusu detail. for 'the, Town Baind iBlui iafd id: Carnivail The Mi?rs (Mrs. :..s : FI Lahuilmann) presided. Proiter.i refisirts were re e?ied frfiom the valoius istallholders aho wfi that, uromises of tudiport and donations are numerouiiiis and generous. The.i iblie are asked.to.siuport this effort liberilly is the? ' viidt-iq , iew is:tb -*i-iae eot thei i:6ifiastaiding in debtedness of; thi Band:' Tli' Star Pictuie Comnanv wnill iDfroide a find p'rgriminle of 'ktiresi dt?'tlid earnival. Themoei*t',meetindi 'fill' 1t held at the Band Room on Moniida eveniiing next.
FERTILITY OF VOLCANIC SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
SFERTILITY4 OPF VOLOANIC , .; , . S.. . SOILS-: - CCoPri P proyes-beyoind ue6s t writsDr; Cherry n "Viotoridn AicSultuie ' ,"" tlit: taken is awhole tF??Iblcalic.soils arc d:iich abiov the svdd:g ' ii. fditility.. :.iquiiasntly a 'fi, paticli pf thii s sil l?iiginI other' g 'logi.cal for utiousds KowRi locally atth:-lio'fcietii lul' ?ior-y some eqimlly iarmircteris l . title. .Atho iug many samp'les do n'ot iidicate any very 'sretfi .tiridrtv s far as the reiisults Snf hemibi n, ali. S gdstill..thBpro 'pioridtn. of tlie dliffeirent: plahnt, foods iresent e·n reaidil.y available form -is higlier tilii in sdils o6n aiffrebnt origin. hni dust *and ashes hliice.are contina ally iejng ejedted from iolcnnoes evde •n.peiodsif pirtivi quiescence, l. 'e. carrjed .by th' drift of the 'p.rovain w .winds away froii the west rn? -quadrants? : the compass. Hence itvrl w lbeb fdoui'd that in'-.most of; our extiriot volkidn'es' the richest: land is fbuhdmon+'teli l eastern half of, the ci criieferc...
CHRIST CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
COHRiST.OHUROH SUNDAY SCHOOL' PIONIC. The :annual nicnir, of the Christ. Suid~ivSe~l ool to Port .Fairv iill be held f6-i-oorrow. irlien a snecial train will leave Wirnrisaiboolt. for Porf Fairy :at. 9.30 asmi:. returning from Pbit,FAifv at 7 ii.m. The fare foi adults will.be 216. and for inniors un dei 16. 113. Tickets. miv be obtained at Messrs. Bastians'.Gravs' Colosseim, J. Waid's 'iid L., Burcess'. MrI. J. L..Worland is the hon. secretiar. FISHING. Fishermen, are bhaving faio sport with the schnavri- at tlhe.:brekkWater and on Moiondahy veniini Mr: P. Talit succeeded in landina ia solendid sieci nien .weighing 71.lbs. Seieral king fishhavoe been caught in. the. Hopkins Ritver durine : the nast few days:
BAND CONTEST TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
B.AND CONTES t TROPHY. 'The :Blliiriat Soioth-fseete' Society are-in receint of a. cable froiii Messra. Boosev" and Co.. of Londoni. c?ngih thlating: the .'ddit on h s?e uiccess of its iecent biacsbaiid cointst and iinti nmatiil thar, the?n ill be ildised to donate a shield of the value of seven ty-fivq iihide?i? b: be riven to the .'A!. grade blind Iwhich.in thfee years, shall have 'oitainIl :the hirdhesta num ber, of noihits in;'bhth' tat and own choice selections. This ,n"it/k fourth valuable trorihv that this firm has pre-. serited to the Siduth-stret- Society since tlie inception of the Band con tests.
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
* MELBOURNE. S1HEEP :IAl1KET.: ''Fat Sh6cp'i 35,000' aiirdid, ompris ling"15l trucks and 31utO by road. All qualities were represented:. The mar tet opened unsteady and continued without aiimi?ation. thlrbighott, prices recediiig to from 6d toll a.head uni tier last week's rates.. . Prime cross s: ed wothers 18/. to 19i; extra 20/ it '3t9i good 16/ to 17i/ !:second 15/i pr me crossbred ewes 1i/ to 16/9; e untr 176 to 2J/3; good 13/6 to 14/6; others from 10U/; prinie emerino i uthi 'ie b16/ to 17/6; extra 18/pto'19/i good 14j to 15/; second 12/to 13/.; anferior "10 to 10/6; primo 'merino wc's :1316 to 15lUl; extra at froni' 16/ to 17/, good: 11/ to .129 ;; second ind inferior • Fat Lambs: 3,000 penned. The de niald wast irregular ; and- although best&descriptions' were, -in - good ie qiast';yet prices in most, cases word Gd to 1i a head lower, closiiig'iith a fur ther tendency in favor; of buyers. Prime 14/6 to.16/6; prune shori :1306 to 15/;extra (both wooll? and shorn), 1i/...
MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. . Wheat issomoewhat' esier in tone. Janary deliverr is not:. winted, and Is lutioted slightly' irregularly at 3/51 o,6'/6, and February at 3/61 to 3/61. l here is little 'doing in to\v. Private ciable advices- reprtti ai iill-round fall of 1-Sd a cental in Liveirool futures; whricli closed yesterday' ? t. 712 fir .March, 7/1 for \laO, and 7/1 1-8. for July. Oats are firm in tone witout much misiniess. Sydney inquiries areo. being received for maize, but. prattically no tilng is offering. Barley. is quiet. Clohffof hbet qualit3 is;aving good ousiness in .Nowe South ·Wales, but 1o cal?'trado is quiet: ' ' ' IPotatoes are dull and 'i ll supplied. Sish '" an easier tendeilcy.vOnly a trif liing amount of export business' ras re'ported ., Onions' are steady, liut somoowhat quieter. . 1'o-day's prices are:. Flour: Association bisis; +lelbouru;i .delivery, is £8/10. Bran irid Pollard: Asiociation ml nimum quotation for biran is L£I, II and for pollard £4/15 ton of 20...
DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
DAIRY PRODUCE. " '.WESTERN DISTRICf COM SPANY'S REPORT: ;.The Westtrn 'Distrit Faoctries'. C onerative Co. Ltd:, 49-57. Kiig-street S31Melbourne, report:. Butter:.Market is steady at leai rates. vizi. Superfine Western. 11ld per lb.; good. to pririel10d to: lld ..per lb.; midium quality10d to 10ld per lb.; inferior qualities:iire lower; .. Cheese: The export of a-largo quain tity of cheese has relieved this mea ket, and there is a steady tone.Large .heese are selling at 51d, Sid and 51d .pr'r lb.; loaf cheese iro7 from Sd '?o , per lb., semi-maturedi- id to 7id Fer\lb.' choice mellow matured 8d ?, lld .per lb. ' Egs':. 7id per dozen, pri?,ate ai? Special lines a little hijkher::.,.
INTERSTATE COMMISSION THE BOOT TRADE. INCREASED PROTECTION DESIRED. Melbourne, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
INTERSTATE° .COMMISSION THE B0O0 'Fit lDE : ?LESIIIEI).. ` e" Cod ouursseot _t t lt0 sittit?.to-iitclyi of the. P ter State, Codisiiinis s firi . s?j t oitt?n fuiebch.3ias'ppp'n teil 'ith ile titt for' increased oproteetti e ditties not hott sId shoes. 'IJos. 1lviet oF; ftsfd iad last thr'ee? f.ir?s iftl a'ji ofit vbl, but lie siupportedl the reqiest liecalise it. cltei; misnslifseturersi di l iot ohttaii hots, fti$ii irere hit chief h1inue Willitio , a"Mgr cmniirnhdrcial traveller,' s.id his 0experience was that AXsjrilian' henton isniifecturers'litd iio diflisulti ini pictig .tli.oi g ,rdq .in inthv eouitt- i tti fihn. libtnil?Oa irs' itri ably adtlded 50 par cent. to distrili til'n pricee. He frequently saw boots lie so0l at 9/9 marketil5. by tb i retailer;
BUTTER EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914
BUTTER EXPORTS. :Sinice 1st ? lls 11.502 tons of Vic .. torih'u.butter have been insected for 'exdort to the i versea markets. The abproximate value of this ekport is '1 .65.248. Of'thle total 10,871 tons ?liie been ,hin cd fori the 'United Kiindoin. 109 S?his for South Africa, ind 423,tons for Eastern and other ports: Last i-eek 584 tons. valued ap S irioximiatelv,'at £S4.2'40. were inspect "'"d'for'es'ort. 'iib.iidini 537 tons for S: thle: Ufihted' Kiutdonm. 13 for South Africa. and 34 for iEastern and other SDots, .