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Baby Heirs to Millions. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
Baby Heirs to-Millions. - 4----- Seld16zi. has a baby started life with such a prospect of future riches as the Marquess of lowmnuot, -the littlel on of the .Duke and Duch ess "of tRox.burghe. : lis ilother, who before hei imarriage wsas Miss 31My -Goelet, inherited with her bro ther,'. Mr. Robert. Goelet, , an in conic- fromt a trust fulld of piro perty worth no less_ thaii £8,000. 000. In addition to this the baby will, in:the dayis 't come, probably enjoy an income of £100,000 (or £2,000 a week), which his mother inherited . from her father. There will also be another income, which Mrs. .Ogden Goelet left to her daughter, the Duchess, while one musLt otn forget the 60,500 ares which will pass from the - Duke to his son. 'here. are onle or two other lucky babies who, i-lthough not perhaps quite so well off us the little Mar quess of qowniont, are 'not like 1y' to suffer any great want.. On the last day of 1910 a son and heir was 'born to the Earl and Countess Fitzwilliam. The Earl...
THE NICK OF TIME. CREW OF SINKING VESSEL SAVED. (Reuter's Telegram). London, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
?THE NICK- OF TIME.:' ORFtdvW OF SINKING VESSEL SAVED. (Iouter's Telerain). London, Jan. 21. 'li:he Cunard liner Lusitanial had an exciting exporienco 'to. report on her :arrival from New York to-day. .:In ".tlio. lidst of a fierce gaa i"th mammoth steailner.: encolitered .- :?1 brigantine Mayflower in a sinking condition. frs . Mr. Alexander, the first officer of the Lusitaiuia, and a crew of volun toers Inanched i-,lifeboat, but found it iin'nooible to rcaOh the Mayflower. A line and life-belts . were then tlhrowni to the brigantine's crew, and they were all rescued after perilous passes tOrough the raging sea.
Discovery by Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
Discovery by Accident.. Aboutathe disco:ery ?,f oil in iPa pua an .interesting .story., went ?the roundas of ? the Pressi a yearsor. two, ago. A British tr.aieller tnoticed a t~ate of .hat. hetliehouugbtwas kerosene?oil' inthis tei and rebiuked his native boy e.fia ecalesinessr The boy protested that hi head; llowd which the water s boiled, ;iid, on investigating ithe source: froi iwihch'the' cater` as obtained his floatiniig- on fheatopT.wli' ch 'gase the kerosene tiaste to thei tea. On '5his: returniithe itravelleritold thecircunl stances, and :inf-econsequence the dis. trict .,was explored with the resuilt that evidenices?o 'petiioleumn itore :.' Early last year.' a. young foreigner .Alr `Ielix Grebin, wias sent to "Pa puic by a Londons nhdicath, and lie tookwlith him a portable machlin .for tihe purpose of lii tIliig for oil. He put doivwn two .elils,inil itn the first: of these: lipti61efiin Was found at a depth? of :f8ftt' A second 'well gae C sigis 'di petroleumit itt depth; ...
Aerial Battleships. GERMANY'S INTEREST IN ZEPPELIN'S IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
Aerial .Battleshipsi .GEIM1N ''S S'INTEREST IN ·ZE' 1'ELI\'S IDIAS. il'heltragic wreck : of thel (German Iaval. airshipls Zeppilin LI. calls at tention to' the re-ni arilible develop nient of this t'lie l~ of airship ssrice Co6ina Zeppelin, 'thirteen years. go; made his first sticcissfiul flights in i rigid dlirigiile, of flhis owna design. The L1 was . veritable- monster if the, air..., l1r 'length was 525ft., three anid isa hll tilhes thi height of the Nelson Mloilmlument in Trafilgar Square amid hem "diaineter 5ift..But, in spite of her huge siz'i sife could trasLel !sise theiinasri.express train. Propelled b4 three' engines, each of 170h.1.. ite 1,i cr ihl attaiit s liced of fifly too mIeils 'i li r,, rise (to a Ileight, of- onel mile, and coulil act ual ly carry a: w ight of seven tons over and -albove hir engines, cars; and, fitt s.: ' i ]nl udditioii to -' crew of twenty mncm, the L] carried fourl machine guns, and was also ftitted with a yireless telegraphy installation carp...
Balmoral. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
:Balmoral-. Bailmoral is 'a typical scottisli castle, .'iuilt in the old baronial style., The corridors iar. lined ,ith stags' heads r which ha o fallen to the guns ,of the ' Royal sportsnieti,. i hose namies aro.placedI beneath' the tIropLiieojfe ; pictures i in the"Caitle" are ichieleyi of ,osprtlnhg scenes . and Scottish liaiidscaesa nd the iRoyal taritr plaid; iIs seeiii'n curtains anid upholstery, The Qiieon's iariate rooms ;aie a b'eaottit outlook over the flee. The nioodedhhill of Craig Gowani rises nt the hck of theCastle, and from-its summit- thet nfires; blaze to ccomniinoratS famiilyinorna tronal ee ntsl Ih dlst bofiretn;as in- honour -of the KCing's Cprona Cairnis "abound oii the hills of. Balmoral, for throughoiut, the seventy Todd ' ears ini which it-has been'a RoY0 al resideilcei, specia;l .faimily evenets ;ha e been nmarrked in- this Highlaiid hsitsli. .o :IThe . idea -was originated by- the Cairn- a quheen?, or' the Cairn- of Reinemnbrauce 'sonme 'ile and a half oni...
Handy for Camper. SIMPLE SLEEPING CONVENIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
Handy for Camper. SIMPLEMSLEEPING CON .r VER 'YNLENCE. .A piece of canvas, coarse, unbleach ed sheeting, a, .blanket, or any cther 'piece of ninterial, and 7T5t. of stroilg sashi cord, are all the imaterials i necessary to create this icamper's equipment. No sewing is requirel d and the outfit can be erected in a .few.: minutes. It is light and chan be carried Rnywhere. -elect twoo trees, or two poles, and tie.the. end ofhe rope to one of, these;-.then run.the rope around, the other-.-three: times, draw .it t.aI"it and runl the-ed . back to th.l first support nod ,fasten it. Jhus twno. parallel cords. at any desired height will be formed between the two supports.. Spread .out the cloth on the ground under the two ropes so that the side of the material to form the inner part of the haanmmock is uppermost;, lift one'side Of the material, aidl phice the edge over one `A quickly constructed , Stretcher, of thle cords far enough to overlap about one-third the entire length of the materia...
AVIATION SCHOOL. NEW INSTITUTION FOR GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
AVIATION SCHOOL. NEW. INSTITUTION. FOR, GEELONG. Geelone. Jan. 21. *Tioe Geeliine Harbor. Trust, Commis-. sioners have ,ranted , an extended lease of tlie large area. knosvii ns Bel imont~ comnion:to h'siaill syndicate for the establishment, of. a modern` avia :tiori school., An, erodrome" will, be erectedl. The urinlinal if the s?hool .ill'be a'-well-known ,French airman, with'a first'class' ilot' certificiate. He is now in ?1elbourde. and' ha bhrnlight-, with `him a 'Bleriot binlane 'wbclh is to:be the first ilst.lmen. of a fleet of fly in- machine - :.' Belmolit oimmoin wa s, selected a?.it is"d lare. flat exonaise and . in the opinioh of the' oremoter 9f -thiscihool; is the most ;convenient available"place iii :ictoria for a low. elei'mental flight.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
l,:ANN : M3OAUALAY'8 SYRTJP.-A ure, Dure for Indigestion, Livor and Kidney: 7ompnla nte.. GbChemists("2/6, andi at Dougafl's Pha'msaey. "'or years. we have been iiusig Chaniberlain!s .Cough Roemedy,"' ays Mr.:Herbert H. Woodhead, Went worth, .N.S.W. "We have six, chil dren .and never' use anything else for 'the .treatment of coughs, colds and bronchial complaints. I confidently recommend Ohamberlain's • Cough Remedy to everyone, more especially to parents, who like myself 'have young children's health to safeguard. It neverifails _to give, relief in all cases.'; Sold by all chemists and store keepers. "PEDIC POMADE." One application destroys head ver min-kills 'i nits, heals .sores, oures Ringworm. .If offered unbetitutes eay distinctly NO I. Dougall and: Esston, ClOemists, Warrnambood,-sell '"Pedio'" 1/, 2!, 3/6; ind wlt?nit'.domb Id. Startitho New Y]c r: well b esa ing money,`i lich' can' be "ndone by buyiiig your ,Clothling and ~ ercery wants' from H .;O'Fhilicrty; "The Hat and T...
DEMOBILISATION BEGINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
r ?J[ ILISATION BFGlS.: A. 'roclaamation his heen issued .de iobilsiidn ertnain:foarces at : Pretoria; Faiiresmith. andia Di]rban forthwith; :ndsi alanicertran: other=foreseins . yNa talannd of the BRand on F;riday nert. rITiNo?Ad T fliFIlRIlA T :TW Iniiinred of the strikers 'si nde on fori.duty .at thll Pretoria railway' workshops : to-dlav The en eineeri; and boilermakers arel,3.however; still .tandini out tfirnilv. So DUIRBAY LF WDElS ON BAIL. At Diuran. Mr Boidell (a`( aIltr leiislator) thndMr. Kentridaf (chair man of the?Natal Labor~narty); .ho were arrested ii '-Fridav- last, have been allnird :iut'n bdfil onri suretied amountiniito t450`; each:; Similarly, .Messrs. Tilburv .'aind: Ravhurn, who were arrested on Mondayv. were .re leased on.: hail on !.sureties : totalling £159 each. In every- case the release wasssubiectdto :nm undertakling.by the' iac?used. thie details'. of:which, liave not; leeniid isclose;silf
AFRICAN STRIKE. LEADER INTERVIEWED. "CAN BE NO GOING BACK" UNTIL MARTIAL LAW REMOVED. (Reuter's Telegram). [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
"'AFRICAN STRIKE'. - LEADER INTERVIEWED. -?"'CAN BEsNO GOING-;BAGCK' I UNTIL'MARTIALLLAW> REMOVED. Worlers" Union (of which the Trans-, vail Miners''Astnciation is Itlheimaini I UiI bil:ntemeiveud by Reut eers reuresentative in rieaird to the present nosition at.the mines;,. . : O ,lr.r Matihews, ad::. So far. as the Min ers' :Assciatjon is :oni·rned,there cani be io eiit? back until tlie iGobv e iiinciit'iretnree ithe martidlla and allowr' si to hhild ii ur n''etiies' aid, so see t*hat a ro itlib' viuews ?pl the ine . Seeino tli'the'mieinhatie ,taken: a ballet` f r -oler* a tie-thi rdsmajdrity -.iii;fiiair"iif ' a trike: iwe ca rot ;allow "tlhii'-torid' bac'luiitil this decision is reversedil::'eitherthroulh lthe 'Flederh Stion oi 'thi6ounhli' the' "'.enrv" of-' the iinn Virkers nine
The Infinities or Eternity. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
The Infinities'or Eternity. (DyEDGARu LUIEN LAIANK.).' "Can there be two kinds of infini tles,; or two infinlte spaces ?" The writer of this question mustt decide. The nearest' star is `L i-= tant '25,000 000,000,000 miles. Go, to_ the seta' and let eac J-unit repDe sent.od niil le; then :the distance rep resented by a ine ofn ~o 2fi?:l lionmi miles ong; submerges all hu man posers of injagination. :But '.rr9 a ? ow of 2?b:222222 25. trillion ýiiles long.thei the number of miles represented would beOtw'ice as great cauThen inrite a roni of 9099900,: equally ? as long, and the distance expressed 'would' be nine times s s .,at as that :represented by thie onesri utI 'no humain rain can think, of the' disanceexprensed by the ones Let the first row if figures extend 25 trillion; .ir fifty; or a thousan`d trillion miole, to, the east- thrie' ron could 'be smilarly extended toward the .west 31' Many ?iiliiois of y?ears wu?wuld h'be required.'to write? (during one tholusand 'miuillon. ways...
SUBSTITUTE FOR A GLASS CUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
.SUUBSTIT'UTE FOR. A ULASS : CUTI'EIt. It somletiiues haPpiens that when one has 0to cut glass a glass cutter is nloL t Htand, or tlh0 one -in use is- worni out. -The following will iaket a good sJibslitulte Take anl old' ile, hieak the endll and it will be found A that one corner .will gene rally havre a very sltarp.edge, whichl will cut glass iluite: as well as any, cutter. Of. course it soon wears doiwi, hut 'it is merely necessary to break a. n siall piece. off the file again, and it Will Iep as sharp as before. In : uarni ga steanied pudding, or in steanmin:' a-stale cake, :'neer put the article' on a' Pilate :or a flat dish. Plce tle pudding in a colan der inithe steiamer, uiand youwiill .be. surprised toi tidl': hod t uch- lighter anl tiiire?:delicate the pliddiing will be thi f ,il il haheen ,used for the uioisture?? to 'settle oni anti wake t.he pudding. stodgy. . . " '
Deep—Very Deep. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
'Deep-Very Deep. In I rConty Sligo there i e amall lake renowned for its fabulous depth.. A professor happened to be in 'that part of Ireland during the .:ummer and started out' one?day fora ambla among the 'mountains, accompanied a" native guide. As they, climb ¶,?;Pat ;asked.him if he would like' o see- this rlake, "for'it'sano bottoim at all, sorr .--" - .. "But .how do, youp, know that, Pat ?" asked theo professor. S"Well, sorr, Ill tell 'ye;? Me own cousin .was showin' ithe' pond to i,¥ gehtleman .ono. day, seorr,' and ý he' looked iincredulous :like, just as your ido" "and me cousin couldn't 'stand ita for .hinmito' doubt, his worrd,: sorr;? and ashe said, ':Begorra, I'll. prove, the truth ,rof me twords,';?and ofl d.ish,; his clothes anid aI heoJumped.' The professor's: face wore an, amused, andq ,quizzical:sexpression. r: t'Yes, sorr, in-- ho jumped, and. didn't. comoitup again;;:at'n all, at: all:, ' ", S"But," said the professor, "I don't see byouir cousin proved..his poin...
Customs in Regard to Bowing. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
Customs in Regard to Bowing. (ly Mrs. FRANK LEAIlNEi.) One of the tests of good breeding, training, aind culture is in the man ner in which a bow or salutation of recognition is made. A brusque, abrupt' nimanner is rude. A very effusive mannier and a looA bow are worse. Tile correct salutation is between the two extremes. Although according 'to circumnstan ces, a bow may be cordial, friend ly, formal, slight, deferential or familiar, it mnustobe made. A person who has been introduced 'is entitled to recognition. An ilnportant rule about bowing is thit a man must wait for a lady to recognise hin. Between friends the act of bowing is almost sinmul taneous, but it is the privilege of a woman to take the initiative by being the first" to tiole. "Ashas been said,, an iitrodluction entitles orery onie to a bow. : ')nly for very grave reasons would~ anyone ever give a direct "cut," when the claim an introduction imposes has been absolutely forfeited. In a case wbere there' has been inexcus...
The Divining Rod. EXPERIMENTS CONVERT CONGRESS OF INVESTIGATORS. CAUSES OF PHENOMENA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
?~'bThe Divining Rod. E]JX'ER IMIENTS CONVERT CON :GRESS OF TIVESTIGATOIIS. , i ? WIUSES OF PHIEN.)MIIE\A. Much to the surprise of a scepti1 cei, public, the " livining rod con gross" just held at Hallo (Germany),. has . attracted-, an,} cxtraordinary amount ':of attention 'fro n serious German scientists. The congress was'callled together to? determiine, what scientific basis, if any, there is for the ancient theory that underground springs or de posits:of,,ore can be located by tLile use;:ofthe,"divining rod :., The members included a large auni bher' of agriculturists, geologists, and geographers from all parts of the world, including "not only Lurope, buti Africa.anid America. Professional "'IRutenganger,a or e perts in the use of the "rod,".were also on hand to give the benefit of their experience.: 'The conlcllsiosli of congress will cono als ia surprise to those wiho long ago ilismissed the." divining rod"' theory as It relic of a.cinlllt sullerstitiol. The memnbers ,decided ...
GENIAL WEATHER. PROSPECT OF CONTINUANCE. Melbourne, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
GENIAL WEATHER. PlO1SPEUIP OF CON'TISUA1 XCE. Melbourne, Jan. 21. The weather.to-day was not by any imeann unptileasant. The highest roa'd ing up to 1 p.nm. was 70 dig. "'lle weather .hould continue fine, with cool to moderate temperatures and southerly sinds," said Mr.. H. A. Hint,' Coinmonnlkhltli Meteorologist, to day. HIo further mentioned'that the control was citred it the Ilight, and showed no sign of moving. For a day or two at least the weather should continue as at present. '
CARPENTIER BEATS O'KEEFE. ONLY LASTS TWO ROUNDS. Nice, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
CARPdNTIER BEATR 0 'KEFE' ,;:ONhIA LASTS TWO ROUn?wSi ' iJ-Nice, Jan. 20: Georges;, Carpentier,;,. hoavyweight '.boxing.ohampion of? Europe, scored a decisivoe-victorry.at.-Nice to-night over i.., at" 0O'Keofe; itho Irish-American boxer, who visited- Australia . . T:,:. 'Tommy' ,Burns some yoears; ago,'; : S- O'Keefo:aras: knockedrvout in the seMond round::/ '