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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
~ WHOOPING COUGHUH. ? 'Myi4tle boy; ad whooping cough very badly says Mrs. A. Henderson, The eople's' Store, 47 Elgen Road, S AMorninto i; N.Z. !'I).tried several -cough mnedioines without any of them ,doig .him.anyhagod; ."then I tried Chamberlain's OoughRemedy and hd S got immeiiate, reliof.?:Since then -I have always kept . a bottle: of. this wi ; wonderful medioine:byime and recom mend it to everyone.'! Sold by all ohemista andrstorekeepers. II FOR ALL ' WHITE 'WFEAR USE 4 Silver . Star Starch THE BEST IN THE WORLD Insist on Labelled Packages *jII· c5~-9 eir4P WANTED.-S-omeone with an ach ing head to try the soothin .angdi coiirt tivoe ffootiofT BLOORE'S 'IfEAD ACHE CURE: prompt and certiin re lief. Surely? it is unwise to co?htinue to bear the nerve-wracking pain of aon achiremng oad when ito:Bloore't once??b ' remedied by a viib to Bloore's P riant aoyr: riceVim °1^ i ^ . GRIpPESIN HORSES' ...-Some- time? ageo 'our- horse - was down with a bad attack of gripe's" says Miss E. J...
IMPORTATION OF MOTORS CUSTOMS FRAUDS ALLEGED. THE CASE DISMISSED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
IMPORTATION OF MOTORS if CUSTOMS FRAUDS ATTjAEGEfD. .; THE CASE. DISMTSSED. : (RSeter's Telegram.) London..Tan. 20. The hearine of, the..case ;in :which 1Ralnli Millburn. Walter John, Kein ]ev. Edward Williani Idle, and Bruce :Anthonvy Cuthbertsoni were .charged with. havine, in coniinction' with other. nersons: atteiicsted to; defraud, ,by means of false invoices?- and. de clarations His Maiestv's Customs of duty on moiitor car?s cycles. tyres, and accessories; imuorted into Australia, came to an ;abrut termination.' at Bow street Police.Court. to-day. ' Mr? Bodkin;. K.O.. for thfi defence subinitted'that Walter K~disley had no knoiwlede "of 'the traipactions in Australia: the other defendants may have known of them. biit' notfraudu 'lently. There was 'no- evidence that their firm' had urofited hv the trans actions.-The evidence of'Mr.' Neal, an Australian -Customs 'official. 'shbwed *that the values chirsed to Australian houses were the same as the firm paid to the-British.manifac...
FIRE AT TERANG. January 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
e ' iFIRE- AT I tERANG. January 21. At 3a .m.: on 'Puaday niorning a lire rokte: out in it cotta:noceupied by1 a-Mr;Benard'idho i wellIknoirn in con nection with a buckjunping 'show. Mr. Beard was away at Warrnambool, and :M'rs`Bea~id.c s ilso.bilisbdt. The fire was well alight before it was noticed, and' the place was soons buriod to the ground . 'jb llholose is the',property of Mr. O'Calladai?n. Nothing'is'yet khown about tho' insurances.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. NEWLY ELECTED MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ; , NEWLY ELEBrED MEMBERS. l Themembers ,of the Ministry and Mr. Lecke were introduced and sworn MiISTAKE BY POLICE. Mr. Cameron asked if the Chief Secretary had, road, an eacount of the aiTist'f. O'Neill in mistake for Sparks. 'H. said if the statement was, correct, he had'b'een hardlv dealt, with. The police sdiould be: answerable. Mr",. Murrav said the action of the police wf.as certainlv: ill-advised. He 'an.to oet a full redort on the whole of the facts' in connection with the 'arrest:T 'Te olice acted uinder a false iniiressiin He` believed they acted M-? Keasti.Thev should have treat ed .the man oroDerlV Mr. Murray said that wis another phiase of the iuestion.n The whole mat= tr was very iinsatisfactory "but }he as 'surd 'thea'Hoiis' thatt the fullest in ' ?- HI- ii.annah:'. 'e have heard thait - ,r. Murrav: What 'iu' w'e do buit inauire: It is not theil firit. iime the 'wroie man' was' arrested "but what mian~i alliate the actioin 'f''the police is if:h...
FINANCIAL LOSSES. Johannesburg, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
K FIMNCIALLOSUS. ," -,Joih'anniiastirg, Jan.' 20. It is ?esimated that apait from the ,ost of martiaal law the Rand' is losing over £100,000 weekly ias the result, of the :strike. EOne authority k stimateh, that -a quarter, of the minors on the reef, are still out, and the corresponding loss in gold output is- nearly £180,000.eek ly, an aboit £50 000 in agozs alone.
COST OF MOBILISATION. £150.000 A WEEK. GENERAL COMPLIMENTS BURGHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
COST OF 1OBJILSATIONA,',.: ,, : £ , 150.000 A:WEEK. ?3? GENERAL:COMPLIMENTS uFi. S 'i : " IBUlGHERS. i . Notwithstandindu .the completeneas of: tho:mobilisation ofAthe South, Afri :can defeiice force.:tho cost isnbotlike lv, to .exceed :£150.000 weeklyv. ;,':,: li General. Christian aBevers, M.L.A., commandant of ?theldefence .force,ad Sdressed ~ the Burrhera. to-day.. He ex pdlained to them. that the-force' was not, called :out iat.the, time Hof the July sitrike.i becausoe,it was-then only four davs.old and needed time; for or ,anisation.-He; roceeded tofsay that now. thoueh it was but six months' sinceTthe list strike.:he believed their. mnobilihition could nlot have been ef fected better in any Dart of the world: Lienihad come in; from; the: farthest points within thrai daya. General Bey ers added that he wislied to show that :thevi could: manase :theiroawn affairs without;thehelo of Imorial troops
RAILWAY GUARD FIRED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
RAILV AY GUARD FIRED AT. The armed uisard iiatrollin the rail-i way on the border~ f Natl' and Trana :vaalhfired at4 a. man .who.wad tamper. 0ie-witlh the line..Tiwoshots were fir ed inr,relvy but' withoutIttaking :ef2 fect. The guard:elbeieevesa.that .there' vwereithree men-concerned iii theat tempt toi interfere with the line. No arrests have beed inade:. " ` ' .
SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. MEN DRIBBLING BACK. BUT MANY STILL OUT. MINES' POSITION IMPROVES. (Reuter's Telegram.) Johannesburg. Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
:SOUTH AFRIGAN STRIKE.: MEN? DRIBBLING BACK. BUT MANY STILL OUT. MINMES" POSITION IMPROVES. ,:. : (Reuter's relegram.) Johannesbure. Jan. 20. Twdo hundred railwavmen signed on at' Germiston to-day for, duty, and a large number of strikers resumed at Braamfontein. where a meeting of the meinedecided in favor:of a eeneral re .sumPtion on Tuesdav. A few men are resoming at Dur ban, but 600 are still out there. There is no suggestion that the strikers at Durban have any intention of return ing en masse. The position at the mines shows gradual improvement. No damage was done in the attemlit to destroy the engine-house at the Vonelstruis mine ov.an, infernal machine. The manage ment of this mine have ordered all strikers to ouit the livine quarters they occupyv on the mine nroperty. The Federation of Building Trade Societies in Pretoria at a meeting held this morninr refused to return to work. In the afternoon the police ar rested the acting' secretary, of the Federation. The week-end pas...
"A WAGE SLAVE." CURIOUS CASE IN BRISBANE. Brisbane. Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
"A .WAGE SLAVE. , CURIOUS CASE IN BRISBANE.; - ' Brisbann. Jan~'20'. At thle. noblice court.t o-da, iJni-mes Ouinin'l ii sa ch1arved sith. dis8rder1y conduct. T'he evidence showed lie was iwalkingethe- street.Sobi. Si?nday? night with a red flawwrapped rotild 'is bodi and" a rone boundi to 'his arnies A larue crowd. collected:': caaisinga L!ork in "the' traffic For tho defAnce Alfred "Reca was called. He desciib ed himself as a "wace slave;" lbuit was at present out of-employment;Accuscd was lined,3 6, b r, montldssipriso menut.:i
WOMEN AND TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
WOMEN ,AND -TELEPHONE. The Postmastor-General, Mr., Wviiu. decided.. after.'inonection of the woirl that the onerating of the Cell nerforator for th'e! Wheatatone automatic -:teleranoh sstem: ;is light work. which cn he eiasily and more economically, done hy women than by uiualified male teleri-aplhists. The Pub lic Service Commissioner- aitrees with this view. and accordiiel, lie has clissified this 'erforatini work as in' the ,eiieral division. -The: Minister, after satisfvin liimself that such a classificatinn woiild not affect the pro motion of mile onerators. has inform ed. the Teleradhists'. Unio in in Svd iiey :which?itrotestel anainst the em plovmeit of ionieli in lhe work, that in his oainion the Cell nerforating ma chine should beh.iveu to emnloyes of loner ?'rade than the telerraohists are in.
MARQUIS OF LONDONDERRY'S DECLARATION. A GREAT DEMONSTRATION. London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
MALRQUIS OF. LONDONDERRY'S DECLARATION. r .:t ?! ! A GREAT DEMONSTRATION.-.,I N . London;J an 20., The Marquis of Lodndoniiderry,speak iml at an anti-Home Ruile demonstra. tion at Belfast, said there uys little hope of the' lectors. libeing consulted on the Home Rule aq'estion. They had a hundred thousand men 'drilled. .If, these wore shot'don ;by British. sol diers the Whole Empire would thrill with horror. " Mr. Carson, in an emotional speech,, said they. accepted Mr.; Cihsamborlain h advice to fight it out;'". . The 'demontrationi "¢oncluded by. threoo thousanid siniging God, Our Help.in Ages Past.', !
WAR OFFICE INQUIRIES. CAUSE TALK IN BELFAST. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
WAR OFFICE, INQUIRIES. SCAUS '.TALK IN BELFAST. . (Reuter's Teleenra.) London, Jan. 20. 'Inquiries flateIymad ~ofinj'Iealf of teWIsar 'Offie6d amsong';i c orsih Bel fast as to whether or not the authori ties could have first-use of their.iorse in the event war, led to rumors that the Government aimed at >hampering the resistance of Ulster to'Homo Rule. It has. now:ibeen semi-officially stated that thios inquiries were only the normal ones.. Nevertheless, owners .of horseD in BIlfast; in, offering.them to tleI War. Office have stipulated thiat thi animals aro ot to be used .against Ulster. .. - ,: : ,;,'. . ULSTER; WILL FIGHT; »iT
DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
Thlio dea.ti. f .Lrs. C. \W. Clifford, hilieh 'took place on Tuesday niglt, renmove, one of our olde~t residents. Mrs 'Clifford' cninb Tob Kolora ove?r4l) yearns ago with her ;husband, whiere tlie be:gan cheese-?lhkingc,,soon mnak .nwo an ante'for diicirn product. a rcs, Clifford wasi well known forchnritable ness and kindness of licart; She leaves two sons and two daughters, all mar reed· - ~
DECENTRALISATION. COMMENTS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIANS. Hamilton, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
DECENTRALISATION,, COMMIENTS OF, SOUTRH:AUIS- T.ALIANS. Hamilton, Jan. 21. The South Australian railway m mission, who have;. libn tb Porhaud taking evidende re the Mt. Gamnbier Portland railway, returned to Iimil ton to-day. One member, unofficially; said,i'We are impressed with?wha? th oVictorian Government is doing in .the matter of decontralisation. ',We nre- eureVi? turin will reap a great bhenefit oba aide hoe metropolitan area in timn! to comlo .. ll II i, ,tates w ,ll,:?u 't1 rjati hlt I a similar attituld."
BOOT TARIFF INQUIRY. Melbourne, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
BOOT TARIFF INQUIRY. Sebbouino,/JD n. 21t At the continued;iiivestigat.ions into the oondition of the boot and ilooe trade; by the InterStato Commission to-iav, William Leeomig, retail Ioot salesman, stated it would bo,, many yeirs before infinity: slide' oiildbo made in the Commonwealth., T'llo editiae on felt slippiie-'and golohe were sufficient, as -they could not be made in quantities in Australisa ,for many years. . -.. .? ..,? M