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CRICKET. A TEAM v. B TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

CRICKET. ' hb intcli' liotiween the A and B to?mis, pdstponed r.fiom'last Saturday, wi as concluded -sti?rday evening,when :the :B Tl'hiiia:'iti'trrdismissed' for, 128. ' :Of this; total D. Saltaii got 72 ndt out, Sby !viav snuild l'bating. ': He went in S fi st iuiid cid liid liis bat right through. • He gavie one chance fairly ltoe in the "ittfings, !did should lmve been run out lwhieli only , afofl bilt 'otherwise inceer looked like getting 8dit.. Jiin Lindsay knocked .up 17 including a ' goods:Bikier. hd o was dte onily .bter batniman to" reath doiuble figures. But S1r bowl6d in very'good form, and got 5.for 5. lio had a Slight swoery?; and a' ?lot of his balls kept very losi. 'aeDonald did not hwve quite his usual ::success owtih,the ?ballj , buit: go5 3 for The +resmlt of , the matoh letrivs the i' nd 'C'l:?ninlevel with three. wins e'? ch 'an?'ri ithey mebt next Satur d£tv oni the Ciicket :Ground, a very nmiterestilig game should result. The scores icrio as follow: A TEAM.". ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE WALLAROO STRIKE. WHEAT TRAINS CANCELLED. Adelaide, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

THEBWAI OOAR00 STIIKE. WHEAT TRAINS CANCELLED. Adelaide, Jan. 20. 'IThe, waterside workersa at Wallaroo are still on strike. One hundred and seventy-five trucks. of produce- for shipment are; held up. Wheat trains have been cancelled and'hips, unider charter to Wallnaro, have been divert ed to other ports.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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WATERSIDE WORKERS. NO OVERTIME AT SYDNEY. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

WATERSIDE WORKERS. NO OEIIRTr [E IAT SYDNEY. S:(Renter's Telegram.).. 1' SSydliey;'Jnn. 20. Tho iwterside woricors still, decline to work overtime. No' developments are exp.ted'-uitil thle ineeting to be hold on'Ty .'Tsday "i'. '

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"BLACK" WHEAT. SYDNEY UNIONISTS WILL NOT HANDLE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

" BLACK "-WHEAT. SYDNTEY UNIOXISTS WILL NOT .HANDILE. (Renter's Teleuram.) S SviKny, Jan. 20. Niw thit' the Ncw South ' W.ace branci of. the.: Australiian Federation .lis' Is'ivsd a reqaiest from the Aus tralian W \'rkers' Union to. renew its assistance' in' frustrating the loaIdidig of "black" wheat ,y lnon- sninnists ac I olha rt, l.Henty,,, Urung .,rotai. W\agga and liarnmiedn an, i as certain that if the unioldsts of the Darling hiarlour railway yards are informed of anly particuoar truck.of wheat having beeni loaded' by non-unionists, they will refuse to touch it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

ECZEMA . ALL SOER TTLE, GIRL: CoduldNot Stick Pin Between Sores, As if Scalded, Broke and Formed Sores; Pitiful to See. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured Her, .Itallans; Via Ballarat, Vic.--"My little girl, i?iolet; has suffered with eczema ever since vaccination some five years ago. The eczema came out all over her; you could not stick a pin between the sores and more espe .?iclally in her joints. It was like as if she had been scalded, and the blisters used to break and form sores which were full of humour.. It was pitiful to see her. "' tried ohltments and :soveral other remedles but derived no benefit, so I sent . an order for Cuticura Ointment, and am pleased to say after using two tins and bathing will with the Cuticura Soap e Is cured; and the Cuticura Remedies have. cured her. .Iused to apply them in the following manner: bathe with Cuticura Soap morning and night and apply Cuti . cura ,Ointment. on linen, after bathing.': (Signed) Mrs. W. Peel; October, 1912.. eDo you wish t...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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LIBERAL ORGANISATION. SOLIDIFYING THE PARTY. PROPOSED VICTORIAN UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

LIBERAL OHRANISATION. SOLIDIFYING THE PARTY. PROPOSED VICTrOItIAN UNION. T''e Liberiai party is weakened by its being divided into sections. There are the People's Liberal Party, the People's Party and the Australian Women's Nationals) Iague-all polit ical organisations run professedly in t.e interests of the l?beral cause. litch has its own oflic, its own execu tive and its own offticers. Proposals have been made from time to time for the union of these bodies. The idea is that the united organisn tion should be known as "The V ie torian Liberal Union." It would em brace "ia mian's league" and "a wo man's league." A scheme which was drawn up provided t. at the body should be governed by a lunion execu tive elected annually. Six members would be appointtd by the annual con vention of the women's league anid six woiitl be selected at tile convention of the men's league. A president and two vice-presidents would be elected by both leagues at their annual con ventions, and if necessary...

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DERBY WINNER BOLTS. A JOCKEY THROWN. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

DERBY WINNER BOLTS.. --" A JOCOKY THROWN. (Reuter' Telemram.). Sydney, Jan. 20. While trotting at .Randwick, this morning Beragoon threw hig jockoy, Bradshaw, and bolted round the course. He was :oon caught and lo damnage was done.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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A DOCTOR KILLED. SUPPOSED FALL FROM TRAIN. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

A DOCTOR KILLED. SUPPOSED FALL FROM TRAIN. (R?uter's Telegram.) . Sydney, Jan.. 20 'lh?, nnIilated body of Dr. T. .S. Hutchings, of Euroa, was found on the railway line ,near. Goulburn this mornini?. . It is supposed he was a passenger by the 3Melbourne limited' express-and fell from the train.

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THIEVES EMPLOY PYTHON INGENTOUS PLAN FAILS. WHOLE GANG CAPTURED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

THIEVES EMPLOY PYTHON INGENIOUS PLAN FAILS. WHOLE. GANG CAPTURED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin. Jan. 20. •A highly ineenioun but unsuccessfiil attempt to robl two Enelishmen of a ouantitv of valuable iewellery, wjKs made to-day in a hotel at Munich. The En?lishmen. who were reputed ,to cossess iewels worth £20.000, took rooms. in a locbal hotel. amd a party of Russian and Norwegian thieves en gaged an'adioininir room. The thieves attemeted to introduce a halfrstarved ivthoiu iiito the Enhlishmen's rboinii, hoping to secure the jewels during 'tie. panic which they -calculated would fol low the anoerance of tlin reptile. Unfortunately. for the thieves, hdow ever: the ojan did not work; put. is the~i hiad :antib.i6ated i.and" bothi' men niidl iivthon idre.caotuied.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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ENGLISH HEAVYWEIGHTS IN ACTION. London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

ENGLISH HEAVYWEIGHi S IN ACTION. . Loiidmi, Jani. 20.. At tho National'SpirtitiF OfCl to night Donnis Haugh and Dick Smith, two heavyweighlts, were matched for the best of 15 rounds. The result was a victory on points for Haugh. . (Dick Smith has lbeen matched to ~Ei Bombardier Wells for the Eng lish championship inext' month).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

GREAT I NEWS I/ FOR ALL. .Kee., DiscrUiaeatia Shoppers who have bees eagerly looking forward to the special epportuaities of searinad some EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS When we say that the price-cutting which has takes place !i all Depart. means has bees more drastic than ever before, it will prove - A Startling Revelation to everybdiy who visits our Store, who will see the immease reductions of all Usual Prices to enable as to effect a speedy clearance of the whole of our Surplus Stock at our Great Summer Sale A GENUINE OLEARANCE OF Present Season's Goods IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AT ,.AMAZING REDUCTIONS. NOTE THESE TYPICAL BARGAINS,. Manchester Goods Dress Goods.' 54-inch Wh1ite' and Grey Sheet- A lot of Summer Dress Manter ing at lId yard;, 68-inch White isls ,nsualiy sold at prices from Sheeting at 10ld yard. 1/6 to 213; now G6d yard. Brown Roller Towels, full sire, d each. ... Another line that is sure to ap-: Slce-edged Duohess Sets, 3 mats pel is a lot of Robe Lengths that and a runner, d...

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CHAMPION OF DREYFUS. GENERAL PICQUART FATALLY INJURED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Paris, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

C?HAMPi ON OF DREYFUSI GENERAL :ICQ PJ T FATALLY INJURED. (Rruter's Telegram.) Paris, Jan. 20i An accident has closed tlho.careor'f General Picquart,, wlo was .onoeof tho principal champions of Oaptain.Dry his horse; 'and;? in falling, struck liis head.bnn taie hard frozen ground,'

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VICTORIAN LOAN. FULLY SUBSCRIBED BY PUBLIC. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

VICTORIAN LOAN. FULLY SUBSCRIBED BY PUBLIO. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jani. 20. The V ictorian 4 per cent. loan of £1,000,000 issued at £97 has been ' a complete success. In marked contrast to ot?lieri? ecent Aiisftraiian loans, which hav-e lurgely fallen-on the uni derrwi'iters, the' Victorian issue lins been. fully subscribed by the general public. S(Ninty pei cent. of the recent New South Wales 4 per cent. leoai of £3,000,000 had to be taken by the undemvriters).

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BLASTING ACCIDENT. EIGHT MEN KILLED. CHARGE EXPLODES PREMATURELY. (Reuter's Telegram.) Ottawa, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

;BLASTINC ACCIDENI. S ,-0--- EIGHT IEN ,KILLED. CHARGE EXPLODE PRILE - M'ATUIULY. . (Renter's. Telegram.) Ottawa, Jan. 20. A shocking accident occurred at "Ros Point, in Quebec Province,-to: day. The C?dliadiq northern railway is carryiig out some new. construction there, and this morning during blast iing operationl3 i echiuge of dynamito ex ploded prematurelyv..Eight men, wlo woro in tieo vicinity, were killed in stantaneously. The, other, laborers haid very narros escapes' from sharing their fate. The accident occurred when rock was being blown up to ex cavate for a bridge-pier. WAR OFFICE INQUIRIES. ,--o- CAUSE TALK IN BELFAST. (Renter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. Inquiries lately niade 'on behalf of 'thb War Office among carriers in Bel fast as to irhethei" or nottlhe antheori ties could iaveo first use of theirihorses in the event war, led to rnuors that heo Government: aimed at hampering the cesistsnce of Ulster to Home Rule. It has now been semi-offlcially stated that these...

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TOWN COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

-; TO: TOWN GCOUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. .'The ordinary fortnightly meeti?g of. the Town Council was hold at the Council Chambers last night. Present: The .Mayor (Cr. Landmann) and Crs. :Younger Marfoll, Kucks, Abbey An derson, Bastian, Deany, Webb, twin ton, Henderson. S An apology was received from Or. Smith. CORRESPONDENCE. - From 'Lily 3ureatrovd. lessee of the kiosk. with reference to complaints :regaidine condition of bathing boxes, sheds. etc.. on the bench. stating that the ulaces had been cleaned out on 'more than one occasion and all the rubbish buried. She suggested that the sanitary conveniences be attended niore=freouently during the holiday siasoi-;as niost of the trouble arose at these. laces and she nresumed the emptving .of these olaces hardly came within'-tihe coiditidiisi hf - flie lease With 'regard, to comolaints .that thd kiosk haid niot been 'liooA every day, she" st?ited atlitl olace was closed o'ii Christmas, Day. oing t"o her' idl neos atid her .inabiliti;' ...

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STOCK MARKETS BUOYANT. OWING TO CHEAPNESS OF MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

STOCK Mk Euftis BUOYANT. OWING TO HA PNESS OF M ON EY. ' " ' Y The stock markets were very buoy ant to-day, especially in respect to gilt-edged soourities. ' The immediate cause of heil impcived 'tone is the. chel?pnehss:of money. Most Colonial ivdrhinsont stodks advanced by £1. Oonsols closed at £73/15. The N.S.W. £3,000,000 loan; issu?ed recently, was quoted at one promium, and the Vic torian iopn at *premiium. . DUBLIN STRIKE ENDS. TRAMWAY. WORIS RitE-OPENED.' (Rister's Telesgrain) London;,iJ n. 20.. .The Dublin strike wiliieh -l tedl o: veial ,nionths, is now practically, end .-The t.wraso ay. orks,,. iich haid been closed since August, re-opened yestorday. ' . "

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CARPENTIER BEATS O'KEEFE. ONLY LASTS TWO ROUNDS. Nice, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

CARIPENTIER BiATS O'KEEFE. ONLY LSTS TWO ROUT i S. Nice, Jan. 20.. Georges Carpentiei, heavyweight boxing champion of Eiiroe, scored a decisive victory at Nice to-night ov'r "Pat" O'Keefe, the Irish-Americgl bLxer, ivlio visited Aistralia- witla "Tommy" Burns omeo years ago. O'Keefe was knocked out in tde ecnond round.

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BOXING. BOYCOTTING "JACK" JOHNSON. PROPOSED EXHIBITION BLOCKED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

BOXING. BOYCOTTING "JACK" JOHNSON. PROPOSED EXHIBITIQN BLOCKED. (Reuter's TeleLram.) London, Jan. 20. "Jack" Johnson had proposed to gieo an exhibition in Englaid, but la has so far been unsuccessful in lis efforts to secure a venLue, Ile applied for the Hanley Territorial drill-luill, but it was refused. Johnson then seclr ed the Hanley football ground, blnt -ubsequently the management cancel led the arringiemgent.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

DEATHS.   BENCE.-At Kirkstall, on the 19th January, Harriet, beloved wife, of Richard Bence, aged 57 years. (The funeral will leave her late residence, Kirkstall, at 1.30 p.m. This Day (Wednesday) for the Tower Hill Cemetery). RUNDELL & SON,   Undertakers. CLIFFORD.--On the 20th inst., at Springbrook, Kolora, Emily Stewart, beloved wife of Charlie William Clifford, aged 73 years (The funeral will leave her late residence, Springbrook, at i.o, p.m. To-morrow (Thursday) for the Terang Cemetery). J. M. BRENNAN, Undertaker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 21 January 1914

GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE ; J. YOUNGER AND CO:' S.. Event unprecedented in the annals of the Firmn, a Compulsory Sale so that the :. Stock of £50,000 worth of New Goods may be turned into hard cash, to achieve t?his Wve admiit that something out of the ordinary must be done, therefore we are o ffering such Astounding Value; the like of which has never been seen at .any Sale, that,` our aim will be attained and this Great Dissolution Sale become a record for this district. All Goods will be marked at Prices for Cash, and at such a low. rate that a glanice willsutffice to prove that Genuine Bargains are being offered:. AHOWR6OM BARGAINS. DAINT1Y B I ROIDMRED DBLOU ADIES' Embroiderol'ONE-PIECE ROBES; frl 6/11. FINE QUALITY LACE TRIMM S.ED. NIGHT?, 10/6; for 1/6. ºAMBRIC COSTUMES. Blouso anid Skirt, for 2/11. 'WARNER'S RUST PROOF COR SETS, were S/6: for 4/11., 00D CALICO KNICKERS, frill ad, were 1/111;.for 1/. "HIILRSN'S .ROMPMES,bt ' 'the price, for 1/. r "FAVORITE'.' CORSET-,. .?ifor omf...

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