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WARRNAMBOOL RACES. ANNUAL SUMMER MEETING. INCREASED ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
WARRNAMBOOL RACES ANNUAL SUMMER MEETING &nbsp; &nbsp; INCREASED ATTENDANCE. The annual summer meeting of the Warrnambool Racing Club was held on Saturday afternoon under most favorable circumstances. The weather was fine and bright, the aun shining out from a cloudlesa sky;. but the warmth of his rays was tempered by a delightfully cool southerly breeze, which rendered conditions out of doors exceedingly pleasant. Although only a month has elapsed since the spring 5 meetiig waas held, the face of tihe country surrounding the course has undergone considerable change. Tihe crops that - were then ripening into Haarvest have been garnered and,- in stead of fields of waving corn and brown-tinged pasture. lands, gaunt stubble fields and parched and whitou i ed grass paddocks'met the 'eye. In contrast with these evidences of Suim s mcr's advance, the lawns and trim flower beds in the grandstand en o closure were-:most refreshiig and pre= sented a very attractive anid pictur...
TECHNICAL SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
TECHNICAL SCHOOL EX AMNIN- &nbsp; ATIONS. &nbsp; Pupils from the local Technical school were very successful at the December examinations held under &nbsp; the direction of the Education De- partment. The school has only been &nbsp; etablished six months, but all the students presented succeeded in pass- ing, a fact which speaks volumes for the efficiency of the tuition imparted at the school. The successful candi- dates were as follow:—Drawing for builders and, artisans—Wm. Waterson 53, Colin D. Mathieson 51. Engineer- ing drawing grade I—C. B. Marfell 85, Fred. White 80 (passed with cre- dit). Dan Gallagher 50 (passed).
A SAD STORY. PROSPECTIVE BRIDEGROOM DIES IN RAILWAY CARRIAGE Castlemaine. Jan. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 22 January 1914
A SAD STORY &nbsp; PROSPECTIVE BRIDEGROOM &nbsp; DIES IN RAILWAY CARRIAGE Castlemaine Jan.20. &nbsp; &nbsp; A sensation was caused at the local railway station to-night when it be- came known that Mr.W. H. Parkin- &nbsp; son. of Echuca. who was travelling with his bride elect,Miss Roberts, also &nbsp; &nbsp; of Echinca. had collansed and died. just before the train reached Castle- maine. When at Bendigo Mr.Parkin- son appeared to be in good health, and conversed with his friends in the refreshment room. but on; nearing Castlemaine he suddenly collapsed and died in the arms of his bride elect.
WOMAN'S MISCELLANY. "The woman soul leadeth as Upward and on."—Goethe. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
. WOMAN'S MISCELLANY. . (BY.L'LNCONNU.) ' ': 'The woma snsl leadeth ua " lsWard aidon."--Goethe. Since Mary Gaunt went unattended through dark Africa it has become Squite a colnmon venture for women to go alone through. strange wild ,. glons. Mrs. Batrix Bulstrode will havo but anticipated our former towris woman in a trip across Mongolia, for her experiences are already appear ing in the British press. Like Mary Gaunuit (Mrs. H. L. Miller) Mrs. Bu strolde is "the widow of a physician, ner late husband having; been a dii tinguished member of "the medical proiesion wirho rendered Valuableosor vice in connectioil with tuberculosis ind sanatoria. Womanlike, Mis. :lul.trode says that she became the nior'e bent on making- a tour through] Mongolia becaiise every;oni told., litr thleundertaking ioas ."langerous: , andi thlmost ioipossible.'i.l be wariied that' yoti cannot do, a eertiini:thiiig..,has the :etfect? of 'inaking that ven r'thii?g highly desirable: i' ''7t Ilady "set-out fl:oiii...
WHOOPING COUGH AND BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
WHOOPING COUGH AN D : BRON ITISi ' LIT?LE GIRL SUPFERED FOR SEVEN:MONTHS. "My littlegirl,, aged two years, hand Whooping Cough and Bronchitis: for 7i months," writes Mrs F. F Lawson, ' 3 Water-street, Camperdown, . NM.S.W. "Sometimes she was:so bad she 'i;ould fall down with weakness. fMiany a time I have picked her up, thinking she was dead. ?She would. hold her breat?h; 'nd :I wouild havioe to 'smack her on the back so as to help her to breathe again. I-gave her a nmbniber of cough remedies; and I'; was alwiys taking her to the dootors,' and 'thge garo her many cough remedies; but nothing had any effect whatever. One. day a lady recomnmended me to try Dr. Sheldon's: New :Discovery and said it was -very':ood for; Whooping Cough, so I got a bottle and'gave her three and.sometiines five doses a day, and it seeined to relieve her almost at once, and -ina week's time you would not know? her;. she did, not look the s'amoe 'child. 'She is much fatter, and has never coughed.,sinco taking ...
THE MATERNAL INSTINCT A MOTHER AND HER CHILDREN. Melbourne, Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
.'HE MATERNAL- INSTINCT , -. ,MOTHER :AND HER, CHILDREN. : Melbol rnej .Jan. 22. :ti tl[te City? Coittto-flay, a. young woman;: named Mabel - Lawson, was charged iWitl .stealiigbher child,Gwen doline,; fromn lir fostf er lparents ap pdlht tlby the State of Southli Aus It appears"thbht:she, also., took ?hier. "tli?r child,; adi shea tearfully pleaded that, she only united Jher own chi dren' Slihe 'as remanded pending the arrival.- ofia tonstble front Souh &ustralim.-
ALLEGED ELECTORAL ABUSES. ROYAL COMMISSION APPOINTED WIDE RANGE OF INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
ALLEGED ELECTORAL ABUSES. :ROYXl UCO1MIS SION APPOINTED WID uRANGE OF IXQUIR.Y. '- n \ iOder ii 'Council appointing "Mosre. Sinc.iir,; 'Fo?Twe, Patten, iird Smith' and 'Maloney ?. royal bomiimission on' 'le? toral 'iatters' was ignedd on Wed'neday; by" the Gover apor-Generil... (Loaid ' Deonman). The pbirfcii lioi feried uptont flid commniss ioi Ihavo purposely been made extens ivr'eiiough to hllow of a wide irange of inquiry. The foiir ain' points in to ' iich t'.ie'oi nminissioli is directed to 'eiinfire "re ahs follow:- ' S(a)l;li ollicial conduict of the gen .rtil'electioi of mdfiembrs of the House CfRepresentatives, and the election if Sountorslield" in the year 1913:. - :" e) nietlind 'of enriolnient and tElo rt-isin i 'of tiho elefoiil4 rolls? 'c; .~i'reeistio?iinblf , lfiuirl'"ttin, and i ersonition; aind . (d) The inmrovement of the elector al law mianl ifs administration. Mr3 .Sinclair 'uias - been. appointed chairhanan of the o comlission,' aiid three iembersr will consti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
WAS NEVER WELL. iAvi' URAGI-A BL LIOUSNESS .OGASED I: UNTpOLD. SUF'FERING. Si)1 i^MOEEl'S'INDI.ANROOT. PILLS G* E:i OOMPjL~TiE RILIU F. Neuralgi - is caused by poorness of l alodi, auil a remedy that will. purifyI 'lie .bload ill v overeome Neuralgia.. 'I That Dr.lor s'sa Indian I?ýot Pills do this speedily ailn thorough ly is prorel by tlhe follow 1ilong statement / / I received from Mr'.J.Hydef. of 2i Evelyn-, S/ ictorin. .who ' ,. ,r -, . ' writes: .' From a Photo. . S"Just a f6n lifs-inl refreence to oiIr DI?)r'; rse\'slidian -loot Pills-is ii niedicineu. Diriing" theo past tivd6. v?a:larsiisuffered froni Sickl Headaiclies' :and N euni:li i'and periodic Biliols-. i's.:.lsi `pito of dioting and imedicil .'id ide'vI' waas neivser :well;. used to. d.tred tiit o'ldiivs and'?sgili'ts of' nerous :gony - atilonilv wiomebn vh' liavo "sif Sfiiret fironi;Sick Hleanlihesd know wha hii'?sii h~eisrr'wq.e; Som?o'time -back I:wis' ndvised to givo Dra -:orse's In di' i Root Pills : trial: but I...
EX-PRESIDENT TAFT. SPEECH TO COLLEGE STUDENTS DEMOCRACY AND SOCIALISM. (Reuter's Telegram). Philadelphia. Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
EX-PRESIDENT TAFT. SPEECH TO COLLEGE STUDENTS DEMOCRlAC.Y AND SOCIALISM. - (Reuter's Tolpgram).. SPhiladelphia. Jan. 22. Addressin ' aieatherinhg of college students here last niglht. ex-President Taft called' a halt to the movement f6tsardslthieso-called nurer deinocracy. No~wadays such a movement culmiiat ed 'ii ridiclious exhibitiinsw suchl as school children's strikes. Newspapers stimulated such tlhins.. whilo weak minded i u arents rather encouraged their WffsDriin as if tlihv had display ed' coinrae 'and ei cteruri.e. Tlie ex President censured sex broblem plays and literature. Thei United States was not noina into socialism' if slhe i'as 'thev wonld d nlv substitute a tyranny 'of 'the mnaoritv :ind'dead leve' 're tro.ression for everyone.
TRADES HALL SIEGE. CHARGES AGAINST LABORITES FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
- TI1AIpES tlI4LL SIEGE CImIGES-tGAINST ,LB3ORITE FAIL.. Fise nf the meni whn iwere besieg ed in the Johannesbur' Trades Hall, were to-dav breseifted'in a police'coiit tpo answ er dharrie"of 'having resist?dl and obstructed the nolice during .the atte nuted raid an the hall anweek ago. "Detective' "M'Bride'' ave evidence that the door"of'the Triides;Hall' was slammed in his face. and' bolted : man inside aimed -a revolver 'at him through the glass panel of the door anid ordereil himil tno leir out:. Counsel for accused argued that :the nolice should ha ve asked foar ad mission: i the name of the King. The public ofosecutbi; :idmittedthiat thiff wasa.'iot "done.; linuf le thought thati it was clenr that the 'ocuinants were resisting the 'n lien. . ,The:. manistrate: iin- dismissuig the 'charizei. said thad" 3'[Bride clearly meant to. enter witlnout saving who he wats. nevertheless" the occuipantsi of the' hall had 'behaved. foolishly. l It wauld' lie :bist" fo?r accisd 'to return to ...
LOST RING PLOUGHED UP. Egerton. Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
LOST RING PLOUGHED UP. Egerton. Janl 21. While some grass land was being ploughed nui at Mount Mercer. a few days nao a ,old ring was turned over in a sod of clay. The rinv conltained a' fine sanDhire.' aid showed scarcely an' discoloration. It had lain in the ,round aholut..v0'.,ars., It belonged to the late Mr. Robert Bell. who w?a owner of. the estate for many years. -Mr. Bell met :his 'death in a tragic manner. beinir struck by lightning just as Ihe was al~it to enter his home.
SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. DECLARED OFF. "UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE." MINERS TO RESUME. (Reuter's Telegram). Johannesburg. Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE.. DECLARED OFF. "UNTIL FURTHER 'NOTICE." ?MINERS TO RESUME. R i }(Recuters 'elegri m). .Tdlianneghursi fan. 22. 'Tliere is evervy indication thata the iildustrial' situatid -in Ai Slthl Africa Iwill shortly jbe res4ored to its normal P: se new executive of t?e Federation of Tfrailes;held `a kecret. meetinig Yithis afternoon..and decided to declare the 'teneral strike off nas froin Thursday iitli the?siifnificanf' additi!on "unitil further notice; Prior it'tlhcimeetini of the Federa tion executive to daiv several ballots iwere held aniuona the strikers' owing to' s feelini:that the' oDiniin ofi'the ranik -iisd file iere 'hiinein?; id that staunch inmeimbers f"tlihe 'iuiions were beiiiL evictimised: thronlis'tfheir: l? A mAnieetiin, of S7 delevates, repro: senitinr 33: iilles. :and tei: nmembers f the .? lifers' Assiciation including Messrs Tooimevy (iresiddent :LTom3Flat lie?is f(geeirl secretairv ~ 'as' leld'this pvefiiiifu'Lii: hferuissionQif :.thei ?itlidri ti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
TO-DAYIS ADVERTISING ANNOEINCEEMENTS. Miss E. O'Driscoll. registeredl tea cheh''bf 'the :I iin,'i theorv. harmony and counterpoint. will resume tiliioni ci' 28th Januhrv. Her addresA is ag-" lan Paraide. , Tenders are invited by the Shire en gineer for. deneral' bridrte repairs in the Soutli and Ehst Ridisns. Messrs: Cramoiid' and Dickson ad vertise a fresh list.of, bareains in: con nection-with theii C'Ohallerice"?'sale' :Powell 'and, SonsPta Ltd., ?ort Fairry. call littentiionh totheir stock of rabbit oisons: and ?niosphorrised wheat. " A. Ho an.:Dux Cvclejand SpMrts Denot. advertises Darticularg o.liis: 1914' stock"'hf tennigt:rcauets, etc., just arrived.. .,"',,':' " ' '. Mr. E. Battarbee.M'etronolitan.Cash Store~ calls attentionr to his unequallL ed hardware.. including a special line of hay forks. sthlie blades. etc. . . Messrs. C. McMeekin and Co. will 'offe'r: under iii?tr ictions.froin Mr. IV. 'Kiel. at th' Commercial' Hotel on 30h' int ..a teniroiiied'ho!isi in Besi nia-st...
The Warrnambool Standard, Price—One Penny. FRIDAY 23rd JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. ELECTORAL CANVASS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 23 January 1914
.,The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY: Prise-Ong Pit).). -. F . RID?:,Y 23 .rdJAN&UARY.. C:'UBIENT NEWS. : UECTORAL CA VASS. Ab2 "Z .. ... ' . Good ii.gi.S is .being made.owilti tho ditriibutioif of thle gcledulesf'f6r t•. -4gtat.rl'ectoral c nh'invass'~-'ibeinr :i. ' dir ·thcoiighost yiotodin. "'Theo.locln StiOt o ihavvii'ddelivered' V'tlie 'iiecessary . palers-fat mos: of the .drielin" in tho :I .tniid :odciipiers sholo ld 'fi1;f in the 'pairticulars'reitiired oE that'the fornis niy,:be reiddy for. thd'oflidr onliis re Wtuni visit;' In tieh'past it lhis been oiind/tii/ t ani bccupier has filled:-in: '",-te'i?bmc of all :'likiblo persons:in ' inte hdus,; bit hais -mirtd Wpi hpit his OWT:inam inoin thliebedy o'f t)io :orfii. itp'rs 'are uri'oed b'to bbe ciefl' in 'y cre pect'"onf tho present 'occasion, . itehht.at theirowk ia-nhes hir inr .~liied ,in tiih -list -of pisons ii tl'e V"qino.Q'trl 'tears' of lhge- otbaivise! 1we linblb" nrollNZ': The -roll's SipiY..beingioi...