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LIBERAL ORGANISATION. SOLIDIFYING THE PARTY. PROPOSED VICTORIAN UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
LIBERAL ORCANISATION, ---60---- SOLIDIFYiN(f THE? PARTY. PROPOSED VICTORIAN I NION. The Liberal party is teakeed by its being divided into sections. 'lhre are the People's. Liberal Party, the. People's Party and , the- Australian .Women's Nattiona) ,League--all polit ical organiisations run professedly in fite interests of the Liberal, cause. Each has its own ofllice, its own execu tive -and.its own oflicers.- Proposals havse been made from time to time for the union of these bodies. The idea is that the united'organiss tion should be known as' "The Vic torian Liberal Union." It would em brace "a man's league" .And "a wo man's league." A schemo which was drawn up provided that the body should be governed by a union oxecu tivo elected annually. Six members would be appointed by the annual con vention of the women's league and six would be selected at the convention of the men's league: A president and two vice-presidents would be elected by both leagues at their annual con ventions, ...
STOLEN PROPERTY FOUND AN ARREST MADE. Melbourne, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
STOLEN PROPERTY:FOUND AN ARREST MADE. Melbourne, Jan.. 20., On Sunday evening a resident of •Bourke-street while iii tho 'Fitzroy SGrdens found thiroo ladies'. bags un I dera' culvert 'containing several gold watches and a quantity of jewellery. .Theo-polioe kept" watch, and this morning the oulert ~was visited by a young man, who was 'arrested. He gavPe the: nanie of Frank Thomas, aborer. - - Another plant of watches and jewel lery was ilso found' in an outhouse in Oollins'Place." Moist of the articles LuLnvo been :'identificd, 'including' a watchle the property 'of Mr. ' Hunt, SSecretaiy of'Extarnal Affairs. (I·:
A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR. THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 8. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
SALL RIGHTSB RBE RVED. 'A, BAFFLED : SIMPOSTOR *-------OR'--- ; TH HElIR TO A, DUKEDOM.i, A `:HUGE PERSONATION, FRAUD. Dy 8: W. Hopkins, Author of On Foutr Brass .Plates,'. etc., etc., f. "v::, PART8 :t . CHAPTERI. X . Lord bChester *' 'formerly known .ias Gerald Layerting°and once an iinmate for thirty .days' of th Nei Y IPenitentiary! under the same: of Henry Bairnesllounged -in' his luxirin aous rooms lion'th -Albany,' listlessly .trying to; passis a rainy afternoon, withotitrths bother "of going-i out in the::stom.' It was 'weary-- work, '?,for -Lord Chester imissed the companion . ship 'that,-makes a rainy 'dayodifteon the most ,enjoyabli to a min.in who reads. Lord Chester' knew, nothing .:of b .' ooks.= He. cared" nuthing faor them. Give himi the real thing- life in all its rosy voluptuousness ;' the club, ' the drive, the gaming- table; or .the sweet 'hour :with-.: some 'temporary charmer. .Thlese were" the elements thlat ' made ? Lord '. Chester's :life a izmerry; one ;-- m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
GREAT DISSOLUTION SALE A. T . YOUNGER AND 0, Uo.'S i ;:N Event unprecedented in the annals of the Firm, a Compulsory Sale so that the • Stock of £50,000 worth of New Goods may be turned into hard cash, to achieve"-. this we admit that something out of the, ordinary must' be done; -therefore t'wed,? are offering such-Astounding Value, the likeo f which has never been seen ?at any Si:?le thatour aim will be attained and this Great Dissolution Sale become a record for this;,: `distriot..,1t._ : I.:All Goods will ,be mlrke at Pries for Cash,aad a suh ? lowrat;e;tat a . lance ,`i,?.wll suffice to prove that Genuime Bargaius are eemg offered. . . . _._ SHOWROOMQIV.. ..BARGAINS. .. . AINTY"irlBROIERED BLOVI- ??~C MBRIO "- COSTUMES, ilouso '(HILIREN ROMPRS,note , fir 1/. . a 5kif.irt,for2/1 i . ho ,pricn;_ fori : 1 . .i L-'l4DI' Embroidered OINFINGE WARNER'S RUST PROOF COR- FAVORITE CORSET,' 'OBI, for /11 E' wer 8/6: 8fo 4111. . for comfirt and wear,for 216. . IN" QUALITY LACE TRIMM- fOOD' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
' eventh . Annual T:IT5BAiGAINS IN FOOTWEAR BARGAINS-iN FOOTW,: Prices that. will appeal to EVery Pr.w h wans for vAU j,^S I tjIr' f , . Shi lling they Spend a what yoll Hfind at THIS SALE . . REGARDLESS OF COST. S LADIES' EIInameIl and Glace Kid. Button mand L -ace Boots, pump soles;, assorteid :.sies, were, 17T/, 1 S- and :;-20 ; Sale.Price, 12/6 :pi ., , - . . , .LA D I E S ' E nu ua m i .C o u ? S h o e s C. a, ; H e,. .u , . PFaslioriable Toes,. Sale PiuceL 66 'HUGE REDUCTIONsI. EGENTS' Enaie?l .. d ,Glac i dKi.i-alrnnrdi; '.., ; ' . r' ad .:rnd niediumn- toes;Tas4ortt ' : * ' S sie.s, - were 18/6. td:i.2G pali; .t e Pzie , 15'6 pailr. YOUTHS Dress WGoosVlied patent toe cips right p-t'i i I.r-i sizes 1 to" ; le 6 i , No;Stog, jf| Olui-l Eveye^.PaireFootweair Reu ed:-8j^ -T Q ";: : : ,T^·· - I·'·;-~- · ";;fO U -BATE; BOTJAI o~ur lln·S·OIJOE~T~ S[ R LI·EBIG STR~IEET ': ho~e&16:* -I-- gij 6d" Packet ONE FL"AGS-" ONE,". ,U.. ") .?UR ". ; I : MIKI S01 ELF RAISLNG I , , , nam...
CURRENT NEWS. FARM WORK STOPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
';CURRENT NEWS. lFAIRM WOK STOPPED. "I'FarmJhg: 'operation'i re at a 'stand still'"itu, W, inchlelsac ht 'preseddt, owing to' the farii' iboirers being' bii. strike. 'M.ost :of':the' farmers are' finished '~tt?nkilng; uit :ciiauot get tlhih?ay cut into chuff or 'tlridaed. The reason for "this'i"that"those whb dwn 'chaffe?t ters and threshers iwill not go into the field uintil they aronsuro of what rate of pay' they rillhave to give the men: 'Die rates'the men are asking aor consideried oxorbitant:by the own ers of .the plants, and unless they can pass tho extra: cost of cutting or thieshing on to, the",farmers, it will pna?them better to have their ma 'dinnes' idle. A' meeting of the farm laborers was held in the Temperance Hall one Saturday''eveniing last, when tlhree=;representatives of the Geelong Podder and Fuel Union were present, lnd gve o'speeches' in"connection with the recent strike; None of the farm ersweore alloied inside the hall (states the -"Oola'Reformer"). It is repo...
ELECTRICAL GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
ELECTRICAL GARDEN. Though reports of success in electri. cally stimulating.plants eontinue to be made, commercial results seem to be as far off as ever. . Careful and persistent experiments have been made with a very ample method by M. Basty at Antwerp, and his claim is that during a number of years his garden has shown double and quadruple )ields of lettuce, strawberries and other products The gain is attri 'buted entirely to electricity collected from the atmosphere, and conducted to the soil, no electric generator being em ployed. - The experimenter uses simply ground metallic rods, with unoxidisable points, and sets upright as many of these as may be necessary, pushing them into the soil to the depth of the roots. The assumption is that each rod collects at mespherio electricity from a circle hav ing a radius equal to the rod's height.
The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY. Price—One Penny. THURSDAY, 22nd JANUARY. COMPENSATION TO WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
S The, Warrnambgol Standard, it. PUBLISHED DAILY. lht. - Prism-One Penny. * 'i- THURSDAY, ;2nd JALVUI UtAY. *t COMPENSATION TO WORKERS. _ Now that the members of the Libe ral Party in the State Parliament have settled their differences, which naturally arise amongst men who think for themselves, they should be ready to frame and to pass measures which make for the highest good of LO the many. The triumph of Mr. Watt Sand the reconstrfction -of his tinis nc- try mean; among other things, that ird instead of aplunge into socialism the ior wage earner will get certain very so of lid .advantages. Amongst the mea "t sures that will do much to improve id the position of the wage earner is one 13, to provide for compensation to work er- ers for injuries occurring in the course (a of thir employment. Under the old s system the worker's chance of socur L ing compensation if disabled whilst at -10 Swork was very doubtful,and the chance i. of his widow securing compensation no if the injuries ...
A Gate Fastener. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
A Gate. Fastener Fasten to ,the top bar of thel gate a pieced of .?ood with a' hiole i" one en(d, through. whicli" plss a piece of rope andl kngt it. Now carry the rope over a cotton reel nailedl to the tops rail, as shown, andl tie to the oend of it a -largeo stone.; When the gate is opened the piece of wood raises the stone, which in turn closes the gate.
An Old-world Window-Seat [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
An Old.world.Window-Seat : Vat:are the sighs given. by_ subur ban h;ousewives .when they gaze on theo.chauim and daintiness of1 a win dow seat.e - But that sigh need not. be given by. anyone willing to go to a little: expense, and trouble. . That square r round .bay indow cann bo transformd, if your:- husband ar nimtile with youir cioedil:e it'r An anateur: could eesily ef?ect the illustration pbeiowr The seat- con sistsofe a broad bench of deal wood; with firm wooden supports When this is fixed; icut oun tickingori oin bleachedicalico. exactljyd to tl?-ie size of the seatand fill the cushion with a good hiorsehair stuffing "flock is cheaper and quite good - If you want to bo extra smart you canipiad ithefbaick of your seat,but simnal cushions are comfortable, Iand giveo a pleasing effect. mow for the decorative part nothing cain beat for effect the old-world:b ack-ilgured cretonne that was the delight of rour grandmothers, and which is so fash lonable to-day. Atsý GredcimpDeofb Cru...
EARL AS CO-RESPONDENT RUMORS CONFIRMED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
EARL AS CO-RESPONDENT RUMORS CONFIRMED. (Rui: ter's-Telegram.) - London, Jan. 20. For some time past :rumors. have been, in circulation .to .the effect that Iarl Fitzwilliam, one of the wealthiest peers in.Great Britain; wasabout to tigure :as :co-respondent in aiin action foi divorce. The reports found con firmation to-day, when counsel an nounced in the Divorce COurt that he was appearing for the Earl in the case in whict Mr.. Alexander Broderick Leslie Melville, a director of the Union of London-and Smith's Bank, is suing for.a .divorce from his wife. on the ground of misconduct. Counsel pro tested against -certain journalistic statements; and asked that the hear ing should be oxnedited. The judge refused to grant the request. Mr. T. Comyns Platt, of.Bristol, is also joined as co-respondent. (William Charles de Meuron Went worth-Fitzwrilliam,` 7th Earl of Fitz william, is on his 41st' year. - The son of:Viscount Milton, M.P. (eldest son of ini 6th Earl), he was born in Can ada, a...
An Interesting Animal. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
An Interesting Animal. It is calculated tit, one k: groo eats. as:n iuch graiss. and.: consumes as, iiiiuch food' generally as do five sheep, ?u?l consequentily lhe is lool ed tipon '' a19 n 1 enemny ii Queenss land, to ie hu:ted.,i with the Ioc idea of exter?miiating him alto gether. :in roaminng Ithe ?ods therei odei is "alniost sure to 'hlll: ia nitlh more or less of these anilmals. They are usiallyl'" .foinnd. 'sitting upright in circles:.of a= doeicn or more, as grave as though :engaged in, holding a for mnal coinicil. .;'heir short fore-pawsl hang limp before thelm,' hile their restless heads and delicate . cars turn hliher and.thither in watchful care against surprise., lWhen they are young they are as playful as kittens. Even when run= ning' away from lpursuit-a p.rocess performed by enormo'us leaps, often coverili?n a .rod at, each lying juilp' -there is a "certiin airy grace' and harllon . of miovemeht attending their "motiols. Dogs and iorses hiiave .mor.e piower of endur...
INTERSTATE COMMISSION THE BOOT TRADE. INCREASED PROTECTION DESIRED. Melbourne, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
INTERSTATE COMMISSION THE BOOT TRADE. IN ORDEASIED PROTECTION DESIRED. S31lbouirne;' Jan. 20. At' the sitting to-day of the Inter State Commission, soviral boot manu fact?urers supported' the request for increased protoctivo duties on' hoots and shoes. - ,-Thos. Davies, of Abbotsford, said his businiess LBd increased during the last-three years, and was profitablo, but lie supported the request because if.other manufacturers did not obtain duties they might make medium-grade bodts. SuCh were, his chief line. William G. Wragg, commercial traveller, said hisexporionco was that :Australian boot manufacturers had no difficulty in placing their goods in ;:many country towns. Retailers invari ably added 50 per cent. to distribution prices. Ho frequently saw boots he sold at 9/9 marked 15/ by tho retailer.
6,000 Miles of Scallops to make Sea Food Cheap. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
6,000 Miles of Scallops-, to make Sea Food Cheap. Tn these dlays, when the cost of -liv ing is so high,, no little timportance attaches to the discovery.' of an en tirely new source of food0 supply almost as one mpight say; at our very doors. - It is just a matter -of scallops. But these shellfish are mighty good to eat-and just think, if you please, of a vast and continuous bed of thenm 200"miles long and averaging thirty miles' in wi'dth. Such beds hWive been- found not far off the At lantic coast on our side and over sea. ,One exploring: :vessel, - the Grampus,' came across one bed-a molluscan `,deposit. undreamed of while hauling a deep-sea net along the bottom just to see what there might' be to catch. *' A quantiLy of scallops was' -brought to the sur face. This excited inmnedihte.. in terest, and the net-a kind of dredge on runners--was lowered . again andl again, fetching up. on ench: occasion from one to tlthee lbushels of the bivalves... TJiebeid seems to con tain. miore s...
Woman's Tales of 1813 Horrors. POSEN "GRANDMOTHER" WHO SAW THE MARCH INTO RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
Woma n's: Tales of., 1813 rOSEN 01 M'I'OiTH ,lt : w11o SA: .: sA - CHTI iI\ INTO . A greut rsent ws ic dclgb'rt9ed r= riently ini.the litle ;illago'"o. oor. mowo: in Posen, :nothlin?less thiti a hmini lbeig's? e:ist~lce o prolonged to the 12Otht. year.; .The7'womnin honoured sa, ? .apleoi?, a riidi Army" on .lhe iarc?h iif?o riissia, and ?afterwarids : lookked l'outn upon the ( ossack ' `gaIloping past, lier is sm ethlig i.aliost c:elrd and awe-o sonime : abu icuh?:-an experience. sum itine ago I went for further infor tioi>to le' p sh priest Il?e Props n'iuolski nod thie good't auieni atsticred &lt;nw inquiries with th 'omtniost cordinit . ihil t' te himelf tle rlioi h osj li f -enioicd the Iod id as tot herrec ll ctions, andiiil indulced luec nearest reliltions to do the s ruin.e .','Th"rdesult: of all this is the folll?l?, narrativ'e:-=` uamimeC, is proted: to iisve Ibiea biorn on October .,5 1791, in the die? trict: of :Pleschelii inot far :awiy from u the Issiinii ?f...
HIGH PRICES FOR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
HIGH PRICES FOR SHEEP. S i>. especial 1 rione ]eavy aorta, are realisiiig very Iiih prices at pre-' ent. : eltssrs. Kin'. "Sons andi ]Ballan: ti'ni' on 'I usdai. at Newmnarket, sold' '20S )1rililc crosslrikd -wethers on ac count ofM Mr.':ohnl Turnhull. "Hazel leain;' Genibrook. at prices up:toi ,£1" 3/4, and v'erativR £112111. Another lot (f "104 ero.?sbred "and first crossi wetihers. 2-tooth. idn account of 3Mr. S. Baker. Skelsmerv Hall. Kyneton, realised to £113/1. averangin £1/2111. i These sheen were rreatly admiredr r their breedinar aiid auality. and in: both instiiices inade the top price and average for the day.