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A CHILD DROWNED. SAILING A TOY BOAT. Ballarat, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

A CHILD.DROWNED. SAILING . TOY BOAT. Ballarat;, Jan. 21. Frank Collins, aged 8, residing st Mount Pleasant, was drowned , at 'iakeo Wendoure to-day.. Whilst eail mg a toy .boat from the jotty;ho'fel intotho water. : His brother, agedd12, was fishing close by and made unsuc cessful attempts to .rescue.him. u he body was subsequently recovered, ibub an attempt to restore animation fail ed.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIQUOR IN CAMP. YOUTHS COURTMARTIALLED. Hamilton, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

LIQUOR IN CAMP. YOUTHS COURtTMARTIALLED. Hamilton, Jan. 21. At a iilitary camp being held iear Hamilton, seven young soldiers ..wqro courtmartiallcd for bringing liquor in to.camp.., Owing to their' ago averaging, 18 yeais,and ignorance of: the' regula tions, they were treated leniently~tho ringleaders being fined 10/, and' tho other five were impressed with the seriousness of the offence. ...., ,,,,.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KOROIT RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

KOROIT RACING CLUB, A meeting of the committeeo of the lioroit Raciug Olub waH' hold on 'TIes day evening,when there ýwore present: Mlcasrs. Downey (President), .Kelly, Crowe, Gounalh, Wall,' catter? ..and F. O'drien OATTLE ON THE` TRACK. A report from the carettaker was read, stating that a number of cattle were graeing on the course, end which were ui such a size that they could get under the ring fence nu'l run on the track. He also reported that the gate at Spring Creek road was smashed, and lie thought it was done by a bull belonging to the tiur The President remarked that the cattle were mostly young ones, and would not do much harm. On, the motion of Mx. Wall, it was decided that the lessee be notified to confine his cattle to the ground"n side the ring fence, and thi.s was left to- the President and secretary' to carry out. " Ruath regard to the broken gate, the secretary was instructed to "-, quest the trustees to have the lssees repair the gate. THE PLUUMPTON OLUB. A lette...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

...: t w GREAT SNEWS / t FOR ALL. tt Keen. Discriminating Shopperi who have been eagerly looking forward to the special epportunities of securing some sai e. .. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS? When we say that the price.cntting S'which has taken place in all Depart. meants bas been more drastic than ever before, it will prove A Startling Revelation. to everybody who visilt our Store, who will see the immense redactions of all Usual Prices to enable us to effect a speedy clearance of the whole of our Surplus Stock at our Great SUmmer Sale SOH' IlPresent Season's Goods LL EPRTMENTS ' .AMAZING, RLEDUCTIONS. "NOTEnTtI SI : i,:': ~TYPICAL BARGAINS. Manchester Goods. { ;f 54-inieh White and: Grey Sheet ing at 91d yard; 68-inch White IShoeting at 10id yard. Bro inrRoller Towelsa, full size, 91d each. Iace-edged Dchi Mss Sets, 3 mats and a runner, 9d sot. Oi`(_ r·eAnui l'in ý Tabhi Clothse, 72 iliches long by 54 inches wide,, for 1/11id each. 28-incl `3White end Naturnl :Flannel; miade in, Warrnamb...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN HALL LEASE. DISCUSSED BY TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

TOWN HALL, LEASE. DISCUSSED BY TOWN COUNCIL. ' " i . The:decisi6i" of tmhe 'owi Hall Coru mittee th let the olbwn Hall to the St. Patrick's Day carnival committee ' for Saturdat; 14tlh Ma'lch, came, p for.review at the.'Ton; Council meetL ' ing on Tuiesday eveing, oni notici'itf motion given byGr.- Younger. It will be remembered that some months ago the Carnival Com»nittee" applied:to' the Council for the lease of the Hall for the nighltmentionedbut considera tin' tf thellsiplication"' ::was deferred pending the .sottlemenlti'f; the ques tion of leasing. the hall:;.::by tender. The Star ?PiCtuie ,Coy..!- :subsequently obtained a 'lease of thoe.hall for Sat urday nights° for (6 months.An enquiry from the OCariiviil .Committee, as to? whether .they. were to be, alloited o use, the hlillioni the iligli stated was rbceived.iit"-'i "recent. inietiig of the Council,;.aiid 4t inusa referred to the Town' Hall: Comnittei'- to ''deal with. Vhein thii"decision of thi -com?hmittee was cinimunic...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOST SUBMARINE. HAVE QUICKSASDS SWALLOWED HER? BRITISH ADMIRALTY CRITICISED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

LOST SUBMARINE. HAVE QUIOKSASDS SWAL OWBE " . HHER? BRITISH ADMIRALTY -CRITIOISED. (Renter's .Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. The Admiralty has ordered that the submarine A7, which is missing with all hands," must be found. In some quarters it is fearer that the quick sands in Whitsand Bay have sawallow od the vessel. Twelve torpedo boats were engaged to-day in sweeping the sea-bed with the help of mine divers and torpedo. finding hawsers. Ten square miles were covered in this manner yester day. The search failed again, to-day. Naval experts are disposed to criticise the Admiralty in regard to the disaster. They complain that the tender accompanying the flotilla of submarines:'ivas not. fitted with wire less and so was inable'to'summon help immediately. Ilhey also compldin of the absence-of lifting-ships' similar to those in use iri the French and German navies. . . ' .1 "'Evening Nows," purporting to givo he?view ofda prominent ofli 'ol on'thasdibjdct:'f the'"'A"' class of sibimaiinas,...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPLIT IN BRITISH CABINET NAVAL QUESTION CAUSES CRISIS. MR. CHURCHILL AND MR. LLOYD GEORGE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

SPLIT :IN BRITISH CABINET NXVAL 'QUESTION\ CAUSFES . MR. COHUROHILL -AND :MR. ' ILOYD GEORGE: : :, ``` -"'-. .?London, Jan. 20. The Daily Telegraph atatea that a gravei.??risis has arisenn in: ihe,Cabi ,not in connection;? itL.,l,t the Govern d'i'·ni naval policy. Tlie question will 'bd disiussed by the. abinet on Thurs 'Tho paper turt?her declares ii ha a maii?jty of Ministers. agro with JMr 'LboydGeorge iiiopliosing M.r. ChOrch= ,ill's' nanil estimniats and the re]ationa 'blieweon the Chiaicellor of ,the Ex :her' e a'ii'nd' Mr: Curchill are so braied :'that the resignation of one or :lhe' 6ther, is'regarded as possible.-" : If "Mr. 'Churchill is defeated on. the estimaites' question, the wholo Board of Admiralty threaten to resign. -,The "'Daily Telegraph" adds that'a najority of the Cabinet is intent upon abandoning evon the 60 per cent. standard. , The tateoments made by Mr. 'Lloyd George in a recent conversation which gave rise to much oomment, were at first regarded as an impu...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WALLAROO STRIKE. WHEAT TRAINS CANCELLED. Adelaide, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

THE WALLAROD. STRIKE. WHEAT TRAINS CANCELLED. Adelaide, Jan. 20. Thoi'vaterside workers at Wallaroo a?re 'still on'strike. One 'hundred and. seventy-five trucks of produce for shipment are held.up.. Wheat trains have been cancelled and ships, under charter to??bllaroo, .have been divert ed to other porte.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATERSIDE WORKERS. NO OVERTIME AT SYDNEY. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

WATERSIDE WORKERS. NO OVERTIMrE ATi SYDYEY. NS D(B euter'a. Telegram .) .Sydney, Jan. 20. The watrsido lorkore still decline to work ovortixne. No developmonts. 'are expected until tlho meeting to be held on:Thlursday nigh:;

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DERBY WINNER BOLTS. A JOCKEY THROWN. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

DERBY WINNER BOLTS.: AJOCKEY THROWN. (Reuterts Telegram.) Sydney,. Jan 20. SWhilo trotting' at Randwick ithis morning. Boragoon thretw hi~ ;jockey, Bradshaw, and.:,boltedl round the icourse. He:.wassoon caught` and no `damago wa- done i

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DOCTOR KILLED. SUPPOSED FALL FROM TRAIN. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

SA DOCTOR KILLED. SUPPOSED. FALL FROM TRAIN 4ileater'a Tolearam.) Sydney, Jan. 20. "Th'neit?Iaiatel. , bodyof:.Dr. T. S. °H'tchings;,'of ?uIos, was, found on bhe' railway line near Goulbirnr this -moring: :Is- is supposed he was: a passenger by' the Melbourne limited 'express and fell from:tho train.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THIEVES EMPLOY PYTHON INGENIOUS PLAN FAILS. WHOLE GANG CAPTURED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin. Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

THIEVES EMPLOY` PYTHON INGEpIOUS PLAN FAILS. WHOLE 'GANG. CAPTURED. (Renter's' , Telegram.) ' Berlini. J. n.20. A highlvy inenioias but unsuccessful attemot'Dtorob' tio Enelishmen of a quantitv' f 'valuahle iiwfellery was made to-day in a hotel'at ,Munch. T~he 'En~lishmeh.: who wvere reputed to possess ie els worth £20.000, took -rooms in 'a local;,iotel. and a party of Russian and Norweiani thieves en 'gaked an adldiniii iiom. The thieves attelputed to introdice abhalf-starved pythori into. the Enelishmen'e rooms, w hopmin. to secure the iewel, during gthe Panic which theor calculated would fol low the appearance of the reptile., Unfortunately for the thieves, how ever. the "lan :lid not work out as the' had anticinpated. and both -men and vpthon were captured.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HIGH SCHOOL. FINAL EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

THEHICH SCHOOL;:: FINALEXAMINATION RESULTS.' ,TheieUiiversity results are nowicom olete.aid the final successes of the High School students are as.follow:._ Senior Plublic.-Passed with honors. -Sylvia Price:and Robeht Knox, 'Ma triculation :-Passed-Eileen Croagh. Junior Public.-Passed-lIda Plumbe (4 distinctions). Arthur Henderson'(3 distinctions). Leslie Hardie (3 ,dis tinctions), Acuie Arthur.. Grace Dun ner.' Beatrice Le 'Couteur' (with 'onie distinctign eeach). Eileen. Croagli DaveV Watson and :Ivy Wilsoni. :.The followind studenfa sat with the fol lodinle result;:-Nigel Grimshaw arid Victor Malonie rained seven subjects each: Winnie, Canole William Munro anid Willii' Watsion ielicfi"assed in six subiects Jean Saltnu and Annie Thirelfall missed in'fifve'aiece"Lind. sa 'Corr» assed in four. Each of these students has secured the right of sit-, tine, at the' sulalementarv tests' in February:f 't ±i:+: Ed'ch year a tuidetitshiir is awarded to the most successful teaiher student in ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"COFFIN SHIPS." GERMAN EXPERTS' SEVERE CRITICISM. Berlin, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

;'i? i -',? :COF'.)FIN ':IS;' :SHIPS 'GERifAN:EXPERTS' SEVERE' C ".. :RITICISM.' ' Brlin Jann 20 ' Naval, expert in Germany do not niminc 'wonde in referring to the Bri tish ublmarine disaster.They consider 'tat:th`e ciiminal negligence !of 'the Biitih" Admniralty is, solpIy responsible foi- ;the tragedy: Some of; the Berlin' ineispapefs desoribe "the "A" lass of British bmarin as "coffin 'ships."

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"BLACK" WHEAT. SYDNEY UNIONISTS WILL NOT HANDLE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

'".BLACK "t WHEAT! SYDNEY UNIONISTS WILL NOT" HANDLE " _ (Router?s Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 20. . Now that th hoNew South: W.sica braili of the o'A ustralian Federation has rericed a rieq'uost from the Aus tralian Wurkoers' Union to renew its assistance' ii'frustrating the loading of "black" wheat by non-linionists as Lockhart, Henty, Gong Groug, \agg and l.armedman, it is certaln that if the unionists of the Darling harbour railw~y arid.s are informed of any, particular truck of wlheat having been loaded by non-unionist', they will refuse to touch lit.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

SL... ..V - iL.^> ?A--r .-*.?i.^. .ig"- .r RIFLESHOOTING OTES' rnrpo(1 f [(B^YOUNTR AL™ ) J . hroulraint oi-ersilit of the handi |iciip rtij' tr()Dluv!;onjiiftitioiw wlici Bhlin li en arraiiined'to tiikn Wacolastl Saturd~i ''.asuotio.neld ,intil Satur 'das...net. ,Tie rareswiillhe 10 shiotkf '·t?:;.300"'ln .500. 4irds. iad iwill be "'otiniied :foth'iiik!tl .for .si coiiileti -'tiosnn" .'' " ''' ' ' *The retnii imat'li asoina 1Mortlako ,(at Mortlakoi will.li'sliht'oti Monday, ' e Ili '26th init. Iii all urohability the "'ieari'will leavl' hlv -tFe 7 a.m. traiini 'tboTerahin.'arid lieit iournov to Mort c lak;e iydra. n e .' - tho. stioeikest teaim is reaiired.'all iienibefs ao I- equested r toifttehndibracti6fi on Saturday after : 'niorinriifi n the fiiiaTlslection from the followindi will le inade:-.H. Hose, P. 1IcTLiieil:' A.' .Woid, O1 Haannn; .E. :"D6 'Graiidii. C. 'Do Grandi, F. 'Feýi's. ':W earv. F:'WVain: W. Pon 'tifract: A. 'Heiie; L. ,Do;Grandi:.

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CHAMPION OF DREYFUS. GENERAL PICQUART FATALLY INJURED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Paris, Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

CHAMPION OF DREYFUS. GENERAL PICQUART FATALLY' INJURED. (Reutor's Telegram.) Paris, Jan. 20. Anaccident has closed the career of General Picquart,' who-was one of the :principal champions of Captain Droy fus.. The General was thrown fron his horse, and, in; falling, struck his head on t$ie hard frozen ground.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

.1JA; 1? G.nPE SONP * 'i" Ca cbiii H'eilersoii lvll4 has .rg 'c ''tliP'lliei1 temsorsrv omnisand of. `Qssad'sas'fo'rlhrli ii 'for;»i ears pre v 7SiouslyTehif f'7ofier "of the dmerslla isill 'f roil~; ht' iik eik lnimiiind 6f the ig ll o.na 1 lilb to bounmi to AunOralla 1" ?CTiiatitiiBenileri itii s" ý-s"'in -lcommand li1.l'6f are. lfthie, q r1iý- l . W tih 'dfcan"mail 0~iuitlrll t'i ihf- erat" attseks°-tfIhtii6' larial fever. Ho hwas e`eýedi?gly popu ? itloýtrael hri s?? I shinloers-dur eno h D u tternniii lent of ofieir andts-. Sent l is 'd, onulsirit?v. i Williams ain , Ss iin an ineasllen in iut iniw paosi heia, ti'dhs b Stnaolnt as been 'i theiiiorarv' hasge;'bf"'te Ci'simo since II)Caniaiailtl.i ?'÷?ii? '"resiuend to3Ijoidi 9 "ýlr~i. \iifin f ?irs - hAise of-r fherm tle fioa tlheuie veo d.as etter .nbz;uaf# imas WXillie a'soi that ?e "mnitd o ap1ointbd to. sj takec ;1rpHhl aolacei temporarily, venc~id, utq i fepoointmen1t f a permane. nt- t ?e h ler i Pri illiams comes wit 7{tt...

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AN INFANT MURDERED. MOTHER SENT FOR TRIAL. Colac, Jan. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

AN INFANT MURDERED.   MOTHER SENT FOR TRIAL.   The magisterial inquiry into the death of a newly-born child found   buried at Elliminyt, near Colac, a fort- night ago was concluded to-day. Con-   stable Nankervis gave evidence to the effect that he interviewed Emma Ruby Donohue, a young married woman, who at first denied giving birth to the child, but subsequently said she dug a hole in the back yard and buried it. She said the child made no sound, an d she did not feel it move. The body was buried a foot below the surface of the yard.     A post mortem examination did not reveal external marks of violence, but the doctor was of opinion the child was born alive and had breathed. Death was due to suffocation.   Mr. Walter Selwood, the acting coroner, found the child had been wil- fully murdered, and committed Emma Donohue for trial on a charge of murder at the February sittings of Geelong Supre...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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FATAL GUN EXPLOSION. (Reuter's Telegram). Launceston, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914

FATAL GUN EXPLOSION. (Reuter's Telegram). Launceston, Jan. 21. George Jones, aged 73, a resident of Underwood, went into his garden early this morning to shoot birds. The gun exploded and he was killed.

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