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FIRE AND WATER. LADY PERFORMER INJURED. (Reuter's Telegram). Sydney, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
FIRE AND WATER.,. LADY PERFORMER INJURED.. (Reuter's Telegram). Sydney, Jan. 21. Marie Thelin, lately appearing rtb Luna Park, -Melbourne, and now of the White City, Sydney, where sheo nightly sets fire to her clothing and then dives from the tower into a tank of water 60 feet below, was caught by the flames before she was ready to dive last night,andi was slightly burn ed.
CAMPERDOWN RACES. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
S CAMPERDOWN RACES. 1 HE HANDICAPS. - The followinoiare' the ieiglts for Sthe Camnerdown Races to he held on T:l'rial Stages, weight for age.-King o,-Kirk. 9.0: Embrasene. La Faucheur, a Bullarook. Nat Kirk. Ornate, Tour I 'Exeter. 8.12; Miss June, Sports' Girl, 8.11; Cudee, ;.Dowling Forest, Mal vaceous. Olymhiice. Tweedside, 'Wambi-. o tal, M3elnie, 8.3;, Clanyard,6.9. ' it H:urdle Race. -Recl1ecct 11.7; Ful crhm. 11.5: Emerald Dale. 11.3 3' Mil 4 kabah. 10.5; Lady Alva; 10.0; 'kure, .9.13; Kyluna. Brown Bird, 9.10; Au s tumna. 9.7: llicochet. Canvasseri 9.5; Calabash. Rose of Falkirk. 9.0. 'Ladies' Bracelet.-Boulogne, 11.12; Saltare. Kaze. 11.9: Jack Crusoe, Kirk Brae. 11.3: Ma Gosse ' 11.0; King. Kirk 10.12: Wiri Wiri, ulcrum, 2 10.8: Sport's Girl, Tourney, 10.3; Au tumna.s Dalesinan. Tour Exeter, Sea Warrior 10.0:. ' Ponv'Race.--Ma Coil. 10.6; Traclu, '9.11' 'Ladv Brown. 8.9: Lady Arden, 7:12: Sweet Alice. 7.9: Greedy, 7.0; ' Tim: 0.7. S'Camperdown Cup. - Atora,: 9.9; Prizefigh...
WARWICK FARM RACES. Sydney, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
'ýWARWICK FARM RACES, Sydney, Jan. 17. IThei Warwick Farm' meeting was held this afternoon in'" fine' weather. Results:-? -?-Lierpool: -Mile: Former 1, is tLegation 2 Mlerten Lad 3; 6ieo l:agst. winner. :. Farm Stakes: Secrete 1, ralok 2,' i Vif 3; 5 to'4 agst wiriner :"Jiivlile Handicap: Crail 1 ,Prince Palatine 2, Queen Marlt, 3 to 1 agst, winller. SThree-year-obld Handicali: Protection 1; Herringbohe 2 ' Valior 3i 5 -~i 1 2 'agt winner. .. .. " 3 Warwick Handicap: Rue ,Victoria" 1,' Kilmeadon 2, Mirs Legation 3; 5 to, 1 agst winner. : ' " S''Paco ,Veltr." Cr t 1 Wherry 2' Simleree 3; 12 to 1 ?p6? f inner.
V.R.C. RACES. WIDDEN AND THE GUIDE WIN THE JUMPING DOUBLE. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP WON BY ATORA. Melbourne, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
RC R.C RACES . 3 DWI'DEHN AND THE. GUIDEmWIN" TH' T'.E JUMPING" DOUBL-E."; N ANIVERSARY' HANDICAP WON S.. ...i. ._.rBY :'ATORA: ;: 0 ; ' [elourne, Jan.,l. O The. January meeting of the Vic fria '-~ ateuiiritrf Club was held at ' Caiilfieldthisa aftierioni . The weather wais'ffavorabl2' ind attenidaince excel de&ut. Resultd-' ,.11H. fl'HOlR. HURDLBiRL'ACE:.- 0 :- . I ; Twol miles 64 .yards. ,'*; , ' e., idden, ,'10.8.(J..'. Mciregor).. 1 :1 .hr.Majestic Nut, ,l11.7 (li '': 1 Meo-gan.) , ..'..; .:2.. :' ; :,: * Dominician, 9.13 (H. Cairns) 3... 3 ie Other starters: 0.Doinus, Recollect; of Goldfish ;iArcadius. ; -., rs Betting: .9 to 4 agst Tho Majestic ;t. ut, 5.to 2 Widden, 9 to 2 Dominic it .ian, 6 to 1 Domus,-10 to 1 Recollect. - 'Recollect showed the way over' the id first hurdle to. Dominician, :Widden, le 'lie Majestic Nut and Domus, with - Goldfids in the roar. Passing the - stand Recollect bad ihaFrgi6fr6m Wid 's ce, after eiioind f6olloded 'Tli Majes id 'tic Nit,- IDo...
TOWN COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
TOWN COUiNCIL. ' -~4-- ORDINARY 'MEETING., --t The ordinary. fortnightly meeting of the Town Council was held at' the Council Chambers Tuesday. Present: a Ihe Mayor (Cr. Landmann) and Crs. Younger, Marfoel, Kucks, Abbey, An deorson, Bastian, Deany, Webb, Swin- b ton, Henderson. An apology was received from Or. l Smith. vr CORLRESPONDENCE. From Lily Mureatrovd. lessee of the r kiosk,. with reference to complaints P regarding condition of bathing boxes, sheds. etc.. on the beach. stating that the places had been cleaned out on more than one occasion and all the a rubbish buried. She suvoested that na the sanitary conveniences he attended nt more freouentlv durinu the holiday 1 d season as most of the trouble arose at these places and she nresumed tihe m emptying of these Dnacos iardly came t within the conditions of the lease. With regard to complaints that the 1kiosk had not been coen every day, 3 she stated that the place was closed on Christmas. Day owing to her ill- t messand her ...
VACCINATION FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
.YACCINATION .FEES. Sent o r.cIn5natmn fees, to' medical oractitioners who aesisted dur: ini the lrecent ,smallinox scare µill o.?ake .lacein,a few days. the Mlinistorl i.of Healtli,,havine saked,:the ;sa;i nctidi ';oflthe Cabinet. on' Mondavitdodisburse. ? .the-amounts owaine?? In trall about 1 £3oowiI 1e ai d.ito dotors through,?
BRITISH RURAL PROBLEMS LABOR LAND POLICY. COTTAGES FOR WORKERS. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
BRITISH RURA.L PRO LEMS -e LA': LABOR LAND POLIO i ,:-COTTAGES FORV WORKERS., (R ':' (euter's :'Telegram:) ' 'I . , .-.. London. Jan. 20. -'.3Mr; James Parker; Labor meiner for Halifax, speaking at a Laboi do :monstration in Glasgow' last' :night, said that like other parties the Iabor i.arty had a land pblicy which it would unfold in a few. ,de. "Mr. Heindesoni, Labor 'idniber for. Barnard Castlei stated that Laborites would have voted for the HomeIRule '3iM whoever brofight it' in. ' Sffiragettes' created much ,uproar, .Th:hecyleed Mr: Heideison for vpt 1:ing for the "'!t and Mouse" Bill... Speaking at'Bramilton, in Ciimber land, last night, M'r. Runcimniah Pre 6ident of the Board'of Agricultuie, said the present rural housing conditionti made the Goernment 'undertakoethe bold course of providing cottiges? He could build sufficient 'ootta's toQ ac comnmodate 50,000 for'ialf 'he costof m~.stilo Dreiadnoght. Mr. Ruciian added hat flesh and blood were moie important thans' tel'nd-. i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
HANDS CRACKEO: - AND PEELED Constantly Itching, Burned When ePutrin Water. Would Rub and ,Sdcatch Until Hand Raw, Used Cuticura -'Soap and Ointment. 'Now, Quite, Recovered. !;Ooo.ee," Ohlrneide It., Footscny VIo. "The affection from which I suffered 1, thanks to Outlcura. qolte cured. It firt appeared around my knuckles and finger j'olintas. I first noticed it by my hands con itantly itching. On putting my hands in water the burning feeling would nearly send me distracted. The palms of my hands were all cracked and the akin completely leeled of them, and on awakening during the night the continual itching would keep .me awake for hours. I would rub and scratch them until the backs of my hands .would look like raw flesh. I determined to .try the Cuticura Remodlesu and having Cu ,ticura Ointment in the house, I bathed my hands with Cuticura Soap and then applied Outicura Ointment. 'I suffered with this dreadful affliction for six weeks, but perse. vered, with .Outicura Soap and Cuticu...
HOME RULE. TO BE PUSHED TO THE END. (Reuter's Telegram). London, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
HOME RULE. SPEECH BY iMRBIHIRELL: TO BEiPUSHED TO THE END. (teutei's Telegram). London. Jan. 21. Speakind at Battle last night MIr. Birrell. Chief Secretary for. Ireland, said shallownated -neonle would lhave them believe that the Irish questibn only reauired a ueneral election to settle. Nobody knew what was the size of the maiority that would satisfy their onoonents. It -was said that Uls ter wn.a to be crished. If Ulster was right. why should dho be crushed by odd men .at an election ?: t..was sun 'true that a sinele 'Protestantwould he thrust out of the Imnerial constitu tion. The statement.was a mre bhogey. Mr, -Birrell. added that the Liberal -party would nush the Home- Rule uroposails to the end. hut was ever ready to consider reasonableo' propo sals.