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THE OTHER SIDE OF THE QUESTION London, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

THfEE OPHET SIDB OF THE CUEnRTTION London. TJn. 21. Sneakin .at' Glasao lnst .night ;Mr. MIKinnon Wood. Secretnrv for Scot lailT. said Unionists shoulnd recngiis. that it w.As uselesr to assume th.-t:if Ulster wns sFtisfied. tie Irish' qes tionnwould ho settled. .Ho added thnt the Government was anxious to frame .a measure which wouild meet witi "anoral -aerembnt: ' "

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAITIAN REVOLUTION. GOVERNMENT TROOPS ROUTED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Cape Haytien, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

IHAITIAN REVOLUTION. GOVERNMENT TROOPS ROUTED . (Reute'r's acioeve coni; so uccessa. j 'b e The Gov ." ,J o been overwhelniinly,. e a 'terrific battle in the ousir of the dity. The beaten force fled in disorder.. The Haitian 3Iinister of War was compelled to take refuge on >he steamer' Quebec, which was lying in the harbour. ' . .'. :

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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NAVAL OFFICER. FOUND DEAD IN HIS BUNK. (Reuter's Telegram). London, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

,NAVAL OFFICER. FOUND DEAD IN:HIS BUNK. (Reuter's Telegram). :Loidon, Jan: 21! Lieiulonant Hugh Hamilton-Gordon, in command of ,the torpedo-boat 'Jo stroyer," lThrasher; was found de'id in: his bunk oni board * th? doestroyer to-day. Deceasod was a cousinfcf the Earl of Aberdoen,Lord-Lieutonant of Ireland. -

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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WISCONSIN'S FREAK LAW RESTRICTING MARRIAGE TO HEALTHY. DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL. (Reuter's Telegram). New York, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

WISCONSIN'S FREAK LAW' RESTRIUTLNL G MARRIAGE TO HEALTHYL DEOIA.RED iUNCONSTITU TIONAL.; . (Reuter's ,Telegram). .: 'e Ne, .:' ? .:York, Jan! 21. A. case came before the circuit court at Milwaukee to-day, to : test-the co called Eugenics law recently: 'piassed by the ,WAsconsin:Legislature. :;Tlis Ja??provides .(that. mnarriage certificates shall only be : issued to those .rwio can 'show a?clean; bill .-rf The Judge held that ?the law is not constitutional. An appeal against' this decision, will bo; made ;to the .United States Sinirome COourt'.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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FIGHT IN CONGRESS. KENTUCKY MEMBER SEES RED. PRODUCES A REVOLVER. COMMITTEE TAKES TO HEELS. (Reuter's Telegram). Washington, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

FIGHT IN CONGRESS. KENTUCKY MEMBER SEES RED. PRODUCES A ,REVOLVER:,y' COMMITTEE "TAKES ETO HEELS..: ashion'Janb· 21. 3fr, Ben' Johnson ,Democraticme sen ber of the Houise of Represituativent 'sd?iored" ,for: a- timeoto-dayand ind eideotallv. provijdedi Washington . with olifo'f 'tie big gest 'sensations it" hai' had for a long time. ' The incident rose.simply enough..,,t committee of;the"House ns OsdiscussingF Distriet of Columbia, ma'tters ?hen a dispute occurred 'between Mr. John son aird ?ir. Shields over the. question of' increasing the pay of :policemer. Johnson accused Shields. 'of graft' ehields retorted hotly and Johnso?i lthen struck him.i:?. : :,:, tSeveral'blows wore oxchanged, hbe fore other-imembeis: " separated the pair,- Johnson shouting ait/tlie top `of his .oice,"Get iy 'pistol-and I'll kill The Kentudky representativoe ran:,f for his: rsdolver'J 'anid .th: etire; com Initoe, ?iunanimously- decidini ' that- the air elsewihere was far healthler, took to their ;heels ...

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CABINET DIFFERENCES. MR. CHURCHILL'S REFERENCE "SURMISE AND GOSSIP." (Reuter's Telegram). London, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

CABINET, DIFFERENCES. a.i? :cHUnn IIILL'S IR'EFJRE NC (Reuter's Telegram). SLondon, Jan. 21' Mr. Winsti Qliutir?diill, .First' Lord of thoe Admiralty, hasannounced that thp,.onewspaper ,tatoheaets .concerning a serious ?division in.the Cabinet over thoenaval questionlare based merely on surmise and .gossip, and should be "uiformly'.istrustid ' " The First" Lord;, denies that thel whole Admiiralty B6ird.has threatehbd to resign:if lie (Mir. Ohurchill) is de feated in the Cabinet. ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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"DAILY TELEGRAPH" PERSISTENT. GREAT REDUCTIONS ALLEGED. London, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

iDAILYT TyLEGRAPi" PERSLSTENT. GREAT'REDUCTIONS ALLEGED.. S -i.v London., Jan. 2. .The '"Daily FTeleera oh'" .:notwith standinet M3l.' Cluirchill'. denial, .to neats :its,. assertion. -that,. differences have arisen in the Cabinet. It states that after the Admiralty had revised' the estimates. mnakini. in nsome in stances: 25 ner cent: redltetions, the Treasurv'returned the estimates and insisted imnon firther red litions nhich the Admir?ltvy onsiders inconsistent with national safety. The saihe jour nal declares that: inart from this,dif ferences exist owiniP to the fact. that the Admiraltse'.xceeded list- session's vote in its efforts to maintain- naval supremacy.and that the Treasury fore ed the Board of Admiralty to arrest further exnenditure.. except where it was? imnnossible to sth?n. 'lThe 'al)ily a Nesv' sa.s it believes thenaval estimates have been severe Is curtailed. and that the Govern ment is determined to check a spend thrift noliev

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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AMERICAN TRUSTS. PRESIDENTIAL MESSAGE. INDIVIDUALS TO BE PUNISHED. (Reuter's Telegram). Washington, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

AMERICAN .TRUSTS. PRESIDENllTIAL MESSAGE. INDIVIDUALS TO BE PUN - -ISHED. Reut er'sTele is EIesident- Wolioi on Vjlsoii persdin ally: reid. ae message to: Congress. o-.oco day 'on .the. subijeot of. Trust legiola-. Applause greoted his announcomoit thliat thoe no't.? legislation.: s ould gi ed powern,to, the,, Interstate ;Commerce Coimmission.to 'regulate lthui fimincdi, operatiois of., all iAmericani railroads. The President declared that no radi cal chaiiges were finteonded;' but' enal ties would be made to fall not upon a business itself, but personally on the men respionsible forthe bireaking of the lawi .;!'The business of ,: produq-. tion;"'said Presideiit Wilson "mu?it be separated'.from' the business i f transportation." S.iThe: Stock.. EIchanne ~wans. only. i i diftl+'iifluenced by Pre'ident Wil= son',s inti;tryut; imessageo,to, Congress. The messaee was temserate in tdne.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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AN ARTFUL RUSE. THEFT OF GEMS. VALUED AT £10.000. (Reuter's Telegram). Berlin, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

AN ARTFUL RUSE. '.IHEFT )F GEMS. V;iLUEl) AT 10.000. (Reuter's Tolegrain). ` 1 Berlin. ,?.ai. 21. SA rtnailabll rolb'drv" was" codiimit ted in a cafe iil thid city. last night. :.A .man strulk a ,womnanaccomplice in the face. whereuoln wl e American tll hdidf, lierlhant , intervened: t' A free fislit ensued. 'diurin? which' thi coisial " `tble I'har ebntininin , gems cal atd a" ten thb. usand sterlm . - ~%

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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VICTORIAN LOAN. FULLY SUBSCRIBED BY PUBLIC. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

VICTORIAN LOAN. FULLY SUBSCRIBED BY';,",' PUBLIO. (Reatew'e Telegrami.) London, Jan. 20. The Victorian 4 per. cent. loan- of £1,000,000 issued at £97 has been,: a comniplete success. In ir?rked contrast to other recent Australian loans, which have' lhagel' fallen on the un derwriters, the \ ictorian issue has seen fully subscribed by the genieral public. (Ninety per cent., of the recent Noew South. Wales 4 per cent.' loan of £3,000,000 had to be taken by the underwriters).

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COCKATOO DOCKS. ENGLISH MANAGER APPOINTED. A HIGH SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

i:COCKATOO DOCKS; . ENGLISH MA' NAGER;APPOINTED. -m4A AtfmIG HSATLARY. The position of;manaer ofthe Aus tralian inavalel dookvards at :Cockatoo ,. Island. Svdney. :has been filled by he .:,ipointment of Mr. J J. King-Salter, it a salary of!£1750 a fear. Mr: King Sialter cwas -amona the aholicants in Srgsponse to:the offer advertised' a few imontlis ano in .Australia and in Eng ,laud. and his annointment w:as re commended to the Minister of Defence , bv.a,committee of naval exnerts speci ; i.ally chosea .to make a selection. The *,- ,inister..accented' the roenmmenda tion, and all arraneementa' have"ibeen completed. The aopointeor?has noti fied?liv- cable hii intention- to leave ,?,,i London on 30th inst. for Melbourni'.'

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DUBLIN STRIKE ENDS. TRAMWAY WORKS RE-OPENED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

DUBLIN STRIKE ENDS.°' T.RAM WAYOR.IV RE.-OPE1'ED + c -( (uter's Telegram:) er. - I .London;: Jan 20 ; r-The -Dub-nstrikob whuioh lasted' ,ver;al monthsy is nows.practicallyi end= S.Thet .t~naym Iworksi; whichi!: had obeen closed, since LAugisti? re-opened yesterday

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STOCK MARKETS BUOYANT. OWING TO CHEAPNESS OF MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

STOOK -MAlrKETS BUOYANT. OWING TO CHEAPNESS OF: MONEY. .The stock markots were 'very buoy ant to-day, especially in respect, to gilt-edged securities. Th6 immediate cause of the improved tone is the cheapness of money."' 1aloist Colonial: Government stocks advanced';; by £1. uonsols closed at £73/15. The N.S. W: £3,000,000 loan; issued recently; was' quoted at one premium, and 'the Vic torian loan at } premium:' :'-.,44;. ,

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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

S¶100K rBMARKETTOCK MARK.ET '$! Cattle ' r201'addd. Prime bullocks £-l1/0.to,£13/17/6 ; good £9/5 to £10 /,; 'm'ediuim£7/5 to £8/5" best cowsl Calves:16 yarded. Best sold to 90/. "'Shheep : 5689. penned. Irhime' dross bred' ?iethers 20/; extra o;213/9 good to 18f n edium .to 15/6 ,prime cross bre'd. oes :to'18/6; 6extra quality;?.b '22/6 t16/ bst mernoiiothors 16/10 and gold ,to 14/:: "Limbs : 3561 penned. Prime up to 18/10; good to 16/, useful to -13/6; prime to 17/6; extra quality to 19/6; good sorn to 14/; miedium to -11/6.

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THE MARKETS. Tuesday, 20th January. WARRNAMBOOL PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

o.Tled ,ro ?4? 4anu 11y '?WARRNAMBOOL PIG MARKET" ,firewiire 493" headJ penned f which 180, iora caaseda a. stores Pricia generally showed:?.? a' alight ,. improve 'mant en lstwireek's' rates, Prune bac tnins aeld at' frein£4/n to: £4/11i £3?i t£4 liter eight; baconers .down £t":3 Fori ard ,stores brought from to£2 slips t23 c

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DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

=DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT 'COM i.PANY'S REPORT.' ' i:The ,Westtrn District Factories' .Co operative Co. Ltd.,. 49-57- King-street, Melbourne,.'report: :.Butter: Market "is :steady at late rates, :viz.:ý SuperfineO Westerns 11id. perlb i: good to prime lOld to lid. per lb.:; medium quality 10d to 10id per lb.; inferior qualities are lower:.: Cheese: The eixprt of a large quan tity of cheese' has relieved this 'mar ket; andithereais a steady tone.L arge cheesearelselling. ats,5d, Sd and 5td per' 1?:, ,loaf cheese are from '5id to Sper lb., seinmi-matured'61d to 7id per lb., choice mellow matured 8d to dld perlb.?--L: " : :Fggs: 7;d per dozen, private and special lines-a little higher. ,' .

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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

Fat ,Sheep: 35,000 yarded, compris sig:?314tilcks ,ad d3000 byroad; All Iqualities were epresented. The mar Lkt opened unsiteady. and,continued witlhoitaiiimation. throughout, prices receding 'to from 6d to 1/ a head un der last week's rates. Prime cross ored Wvothers' 18/ to 19/9; extra 20/ to 23/9;.good 16/ to 17/6; second 15/; prime crossbred ewes 15/ to 16/9; ex tra,17/6 to 20/3;..-good 13/6 to 14/6; others from 10]; prime merino Weth ers 16 /to:17/6 extra 181/ to 19/; good 14/ to ,15/; second~12/ to 131; inferior 10/ to 10/6; prime merino ewes 13!6 to 15/6;- extra at from .16/ to 17/; good 11/, to 12/9; second and inferior TFit Lambs: 3,000 penned. The de manid was irregular and, although best descriptions were in good io quest,yot prices in most cases' wered':d to 1/ ahead lower, closing with a fur ther, tendency, in:. fa.vor. .'of buyers. Prime 14/6 to 16/6,; prime shorn 13;6. to 15/;, extra (both?woolly and shorn), '17/ to 20/9; good .woolly 12/9 , to 14/; good shorn 1'2/ to...

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SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA. CONFERENCE CONCLUDED. IMPORTANT REGULATIONS ADOPTED. London, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

= \' CONF-?R EN ,ECOU flUND]D --T--lt <,(( . Ht --- . I MPORTA N' llEGIL?U ATl ADOPTED. c'Tii confereoetb i fborl'tlnrLafoty; of SLifeoat Saicihic hIh bhei sitting s Slidon:has-chehiico lded -ite-delhbora_ :' tionnU'Y- yth 1 (oll ;o',? '-.oiL the control of t ll United Stiltesof ? 'l irifeipatr italf keatriOidfo£fJ e obseryn-, .i?iu.patrols;,hiifl the:conventionlaa?r pro? de' for frtlid' destuetoiot- of'd??l?-I •lictsaiii tliheN orti' Atlantic.'. I . 1!il'hd: cdiferen riuited;h?t. !iprildent h.dfini.tihhi Mid slkJ-i emtodied .in ilio jetii'ddmiit givti iifciuiddietion wiith Ithle li' ofth'a4ijtanild'/shdoild-bo in?r .atidnily -ffiiY g .tiied' s:i he recoinm.enilatidiidisl ide th 'coinlnittee'apibxiintedr.th twe fufer ':cnce wero' confiriedI l'hese, stipate ,that.lifeb'oat accommodatioio) nimus:'i vrovidcd i fornaif east75u -e- cei:iit'of theli?asseivers-andld ret? -carria by fiVdssels. itid',nontiidi'aud ;rjt "a modoitiondfdr the efikiiin'der The pen t4ofi tiia ldrraftti ...

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BOY SCOUTS. TRIP DOWN THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

B-i BOY SOUTS ' .. r l? .iOWN THiml .Y:', E1 r39.8 i.Wepaelutfnie. .Jan -1,' rTllero wan a fine flutter of Van-iýol' jored..-houldler 'riblhobns iAterthe -fo .Dier :1Port ;Melbourniie:-theisl piorning, ,when 150 BnviS Scnts ahnarded the stehiner Ladv, L6nd?.for:.:trip to Por .tarliniton. 'lhe vessel,-had Tbeen plao ied at the disoamsil of thlieinterstato sccntiilvisitors. by the: Victrian" Gov erminent. throueh M3r.'.Watt. Premier. Accniem)anvinei:tHlie urtV'.werB rMr.'W. ..-L:. * ears;.tlhe Chief-" Scout, Com n.iissioner'. ad i[r.:;Derllrlhire *I ob erts. Oranisinfi Conmmissioner. On lleiirretlrn:1 thel itilt.)!is evening thi: bto'r were eiterta.ined by'" th .Overseas' C,!h_._.... .-...

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PORT FAIRY. WIDTH OF TIRES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

PORT FAIRY.:;I (From"Oir ,Correspondent.) ) Jan. 20. ': i WIDTH OF TIRES AU?P'." At the'Port Fairy Plici-?Coirt to day the Belfast :Shiro 'Council pro ci,:eeded anainst Mlaurice Pallas, undor theI Width of:Tires Act? for driving a :waeon;with an eoxcess lnnd. .;:Evidence 'was eiven that tho wag nozi contained an excess of the 20 cwt alloned by the Act. A fin of 2/6 for. eaelh cwt. in excess Vwas.inflictdd, to-' talling £21101: aitti £1/36lf costs. W. Geldhoff. the owner i of--tho vehicle.. iva also fined 216 and £119/2 c:..costs for not. havine:,the: weight? of :.the vehicle nainted on.the'waggon: .i; r: J .Bovd anneared. for th Corun cil "in bothli cases.

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