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DOMESTIC [?]ISHES. THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

DOMESTIC -ISHiES. T.H E r t"ý·X 1ý , HOLDp" iLeion Chtee' laks Ptl li SIf a lp 0of: bauttr. tWo clip' o1 sugar, the :aed 'rid iini:'lJr :hr ; trlee loinons, our whole e;;s'a. hadl the ol:~s of twu nore; atil; heia a~ t dheoo.uii'?l. of .:sl: 1o a,dltibl'. boiler, and ,sil.anud cook int11 thed il ittirebe oiL. vs oo.i and :hlieiles ' tou' Coul.stsi:: 1, irtoEaly store in frii' jars or i' . ti;lauler.d, or: ius at"ub'eii. o-sti' rtidi?di over lot wnater;' ndsid 'tihi mlnacalroon ' o0 iponge ecnloe cruinmis to sedurei a th?lc !r conslstency.-snl turnm ilh'lot. Rpat. "rY baked 'on'- sb?iill'?.iiited i'2' tins :?rick thew pa:' I:bitorh't b'Althing tha :t.inayTrlsgounlforiivl , :: y?- . t" Chcese:Sauce for'r oileoijl.ri, "macs, :;.or. :holniis.y!,itsironri".uiC rI. itcu.?re,. itter. o i t esp il.f ' our and onetobtli:.ilt it,'e: s?li til iea. f-sailt and :e liiJ?r -htp?Idie.U; o; Ilk or w1i {ll 'iseqhefl. cicbtln tr :v'al roth; a ndstir s 0itI llodI l 'ig s' e0 -.er-hot w?f'hlniahifii i?h...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIGHTENING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

FRIGHTENING COWS. Cream is easily, :frightened; away. The,.least; shock to o the ,cow before milking time and she shows the ef fect-ot the start by a:reduced return. .Then. there; is the. changes of -,wea ther-:-More is known of .-this, per- t haps, thian;.in; regard: to the shocks. After a heavy: storm or a few days of rain .the. farmer quickly notices. the result:. M? ost. of these, drawbacks can be provided against. .Then there is I the treatment in the yards and pad- l docks.- Strangers in-the' yards will C make a difference to the.yield of the most nervous of the animals. It does not seem to.be made up again in sub sequent milkings. ,:Cows should be treated" gently.:. Keep the strangers away from the yards, ;especially- if I they are dressed in gay colors. Every time a cow snorts in fear some cream has gone. Dogs are a standing dan ger, especially if'they: are used, to heel up the animals' at milking time. The man who persists in using a dog is' very foolish. Often one sees :a ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

ALLAN AND CO 'S PIANO WARE The '.'a arrnoamool:; ,warehouse of •, ,his firm n in. Liebig-street ..l ns' ',been •iunder the management of Mr.. J. .M. .Orowley for.:the: past five "ears, and , sthe tbtines ?cdarried on in- the town -and distr'ot hasi been .so, satisfaotory tihat sp&cial efforts are being made to .'meet the eipending trade.-The firnm'' I,i al. establishment .is about toe.be" re . novated aind improredlEven al?fre sent it forms, a. particularly attractive • 1feature, of, Liebig-street. The spacious .premses' are -filled withl an extenrsive stock of magnificent pianos and or ;gis, tastefully. arranged: and ari' , ,open to inspection by all initerested 'in ,;,ithese high-css piroducts of the' bes, European and. American makers. Pmro inu ent-amonist the instruments dis ,played is one of the.: latest -pianos -i from 'the famous firm of Lippp of Stutt .?.t It has an extended iron friime i..ldnger tian'theio front of a piano; and the beautifuil woodwork encloses each ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Saving the Candle. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

S.. avlng. the: Candle; ,; IIarryiIauder?:tells. the following story abouiitGus'El6n:-:.: : Some: eue-told' Gs that I managed to pdav mo rie i one) out at my calary t6vn he did. That. worried him. He lid nbt think iL could bh done, so he iade ,arrangoments, to visit -me,' and inke. a few itiquiries;. I was advised lhis'ciilcmlig.: \Vhe he asked my ad Ires, he- was ,dircted to a poverty. .tricelel boarding-house at the end of Ssiqualid ,'aley *,U seeral flights of tairs lie was'iulded and sinlile found me iii a dare: little attic sitting at'a lesk writiing by: candle lif'ht. . l'ay; larry, he said to.me,? I hear you have rediuced thie cost of ilvig si much that you. are st;ving more money than I am.' How, do you .imi~lge to do it?'" 1 . "Walt ti'l,I blow out. the candle," ' S'plied d'.nid' I c ll tell ~ip."

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Unhappy Father. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

The Unhappy Father. lie entered the shop hurriedly. Thost whom he passiJ at ttie 'door heard him repenting under his breath a for tnula. which he seemed to fear might slip awtay and be lost.-i'" : ;; lie ap ?p'.chleti the counter like one bho wishes it 'were well over. "! wish tb gt,t' he said boldly, 'snn:e ribbon' for"a'red iah3t?." The shonijgirl's "blanin stare seemed ".t rilue hits to a sense of something iacting... d"Thait ls," he said ;'.I 'would like ome- baby- for a red ribbed one." The assistant was smiling now, and ourli' others, d :ha sliopalker, and seven :ntomners;. gathered and: grinned . is eaison. lie began again,: "That is-of' course, you' know. l nean some red ribbed baby for one lhat' is-sin'e red "ibs for ose'baby oh, hang. Its! where's the .way out?" He. departed. with speed.' "I.'. wonder," said the shop-girl, thoughtfully,- about an hour after wards, "If he could have wanted some red belbe ribbon?" 'To have thlemselves publicly called out of a crowded place o...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OF INTEREST TO LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

OF INTEREST TO LADIES. Ladies are requested to note thht Mrs. .D.31.CLI'FFORD. Superiutenl ent qf Natura Health Co.,Melbourne, will next be visiting Warrnambool on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 13 and 14th Ja?tiary, when she may be seen at the WIBstern Hotel, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., on the Tuesday, and 10 a.m -to 9 p.m. on the Wednesday. Spec ially note the time... Ladies whose health is causing themo anxiety. are advised to make a noint of consalting Mfrs. Olifford, and learning from her how good health may be restored to them. No charge will be ,made for the consultation or advice. Means while send 2d. postage for free "Natura" Health Guide. written by Mrs. Olifford herself 'specially for women and girls. Address: Depart "ment G2. "Natura" Health Co., 49 Elisabeth Street, Mblbourne: Mrs. Clifford wil earry a' full sipply of all medicines.-(Advt.)

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. THE DOWNWARD ROUTE IN EVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

: ITEMS OF INTEREST. HE WCWI.o.D WtUiE ;N, EV lUTU?, .. . Wrkitng to his frinhnd.'Sir J. D. Ho-ok vr,'- L years after tb' l,U»licio::tt o' the "Origin of' Sie ies," i:il'o Dar) Win, "one of 'the mniosti- rOtil ':s hei 'as als, lonr of the .mnsit!i.,s iot. Souls of all time, penined' ltaei words. "1 quite agrie ho'. htill.ailn.? ?I shlow progress of man is, bli vt? ^y'?nd hait uis 'ownpet horror; and ' htis'ils,, pIro gress' or event pi:isoi;ml .`ui..llaiiot stils; In' hig alint o s in'Til'fict i:ncd. 'omparelc w!:h the 'Ide or r'atho I pre iure.'ct;tatnlnty; 'i; tl",'uS t' solti' dat :oolinF and' we' ?f fihe?tii ' o , t'hllnl f :the progi"ss'. of'brtilllttOs o'lears tith 'every ?6tfnc~ itt siar;initig wtll :ood and' ('nlighteiiti t , iti:t ?, pill enditn ,n, this, a?ti witht?iprob'hbl nu fresl stort until this, our plianffetry sys:en tas- leen'itanl' onveried Into 'red-ho. ,as: Sic: trahsit glori' nimudi. with , engeance.', an I:Int 'his . Roiancs lectre:' of' 1893 :riomas Hen:y -Hu...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO MANAGE A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

',HOW TO MANAGE A WIFE. A': great many persons have sugges ted°methods as. to the best-gray to manage' a husband. The following rules' for the,.successful management jtia wife hait been framed by a well kIbwn business iian, who claims to aye; followed them to .the letter dur a.n'the last` year; and says they have Sever' been found at fault in a'single .nstace:- 'Never contradict her. You: are •ight, of course, nine times out of en,,and she"knows it; but' to tell her 3o .makes her always unmanageable. Never disagree with her . When she suggests that in .the absence of the :ook you get 'up and light the lire, do so at .once, willingly and cheerfully. if she wishes, you to walk the floor .vith the baby, obey with alacrity. Never deny.her. Possibly she will )xceed -her allowance, but tl:s is al says your fault. because. you are not nan enough to. support her. Never be cross. When you come .ome at night,'.baying. failed once.or rice during.the day. or been Insulted !y* a total stranger; ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A STORY FROM RHODESIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

A STORY FROM RHODESIA. A wonderful story is told in a South African paper of two intelligent lions who boarded the Northern Rhodesia .rain on the' way to Livingstone in :eatch of a new hunting-grount. The engine-driver and gu-rd first ioticed( the' lons--a large mate beast nd - his "better half"--trotting4 along' he line by the side df the train. For about 20"minutcs they kept up t neck-and-neck race; and then, as-a tiding came in sight, and the train Irew up at the spot, they disappeared n the long grass. When the train started again a :areful inspection of the bush was rude, but nothing more was seen of he beasts until, as the train slowed to -titer Livingstone, the guard walked t~wards the van at the back of the :-atn. . ' As he entered he was struck withl Inrrnr to see the lion and lioness :almtly surveying him from the inside ,f the van. As the savage pair madte to hostile movemennt. however, but teemed to regard him with compla :,,nt indulgence, lie approached them ind t besto...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY RAIN CLOUDS ARE BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

.VHY RAIN CLOUDS ARE BLACK. The color of a cloud depends on the Wanner in which the sunlight falls up in it, and the position of the observer. It will be noticed that high clouds are tlways white, or light in color. and his is because the light by whirlc hey are seeni is reflected from the inder surface by the numberless drone if moisture, which go to form thi :loud. Heavy rain clouds. on the . Othe land, aret found hilllh nearer the earth •nd so the light falls on them mnre lirectly from above. :ivlr.g a silve' $inieg to the .cloud. thoat-h thal?.nder surface appears black. owirig to thl complete reflection and absorptfon 0o 'he light by the.'upper layers. Seen from above, by an observer it t balloon, the blackest rain clouds ap sear of the most dazzlingly "brilliact vhite.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY RAIN CLOUDS ARE BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

VHY RAIN CLOUDS ARE ULACK. The color of a cloud depends on the ianner in which the sunlight falls up n it, and the position of the observer. t will be noticed that high clouds arte Iways white, or light in color, and his Is because the light by whicl hey are seen is reflected from th1 inder surface by tih numberless drone if moisture, which go to form thi *loud. Heavy rain clouds. on the . othe and, are found hilmch nearer the earth nd so the light falls on them miore lirectly from above. -'vir.g a slie inirg to the .cloud. thol-h thl,.-nder urface appears bla&c. owiig to tih omplete reflection and absorptIon o' he light by thbpupper layers. Seen from above, by an observer it Sballoon, the blackest rain dlouds ap )ear of the most dazzlingly -brilllaut vhlte.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Secret of a Happy Home. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

The Secret of a Happy Home. An -American writer. says:-"Yot .rant to help' the man you marry t1 ie flue and strong and true. Shoa tim that you believe he has all those lualities. You will raise his own self respect and' bring him to the level voutell him he-occupies. Believe is him; be gentle with him; don't contra iict him when he is tired: let him think he is having his own way in hit awn housei feed him with what he likes, and Iaugh at his jokes! Here in- lies the secret of a happy home'

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INCAS AND THEIR PREDECESSORS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

THE IN?AS AND THEIR PREi. DECb SSORS. Peru is now passing through its third historical era, and is manifest ing its third phase of civilisation. I'rhe present era'may he said to date frimn the conquest of the country by the Spaniards in the early part of tle six teentlih cu?tury; the middle era em braces the rule of the Incas; and the earliest era, about which lit-tle is known, is that pre-lncarial period, of unkndwn duration, during wrhich a nation or nations living in large cities flottrished in the country, and had a civiisation, a hinguage and a religioni different, and in perhaps some cases even more advanced, than' those of the Incas who succeeded thlem and overran their territories. Ruins of edifices constructed both before the advent of thle Iras, and contempor-I ary with and independently of thlemr are found everywhere throurghout thc, country. On tie shores of lake Titi caoa, for example, are the ruins of Tia-Huanacu, consisting of soilptur ed monolithic doorwnas, one of w...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CITY ON MOUNTAIN TOP. IMPORTANT RUINS FOUND. LOST INCAS OF PERU. (Reuter's Telegram.) Washington, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

CITY ON MOUNTAIN TOP. -0- IMPORTANT ILUINS FOUND. LOST INCAS OF PERU. (Reuter'' 'Telegram.) Wteshington, Jan. 1. An American expedit.iori has dis. covered what are described as mnost important ruins of the city of Incia, on the top of the Peruvian Andes. Ac ocrding to reports received hlre,, an Indian guided the expedition to the mountain top, whore the discovery was made of extensive ruins built upon Irecipices. Tho expedition expects to find va:u able data regarding the ives andl habits of the loht lucas.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURRENT NEWS. THE SAFETY OF BATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

CURRENT NEWS. THE SAFf'IY OF BATHIRS. A visitor to the beach on.New Year's Dl)a could not fail to notice that one particular part of the fore.,ho;o has practicall, a monopoly of popularity anlilnlLst batthers. 'tlhere were lar more bathers c-mll'rerated in .ui area of about four acres of water inmediately oil the east side of the breakwater via duct than along the whnole of the rest of the beach from the Hopkins River to Port Fairv. This an,; eular spot has the adrvantaLe of hemal Ebeltereil, and even when the sea is rough else where. it is bractically callh there. As a bathing area it is probably as safe as anv other. but inl any g'athering such 1s assembhel on the beach on11 New Year's Da)v there is alw sis a coln siderable nercentanoe who are too venl turesome. and where there is lack of caution the liability of. accidents ex ists in-the safesctf localities. Yet, althoultd tlis.lrticular nart of the beach hasunow- been the favorite bath iun resort for three or four years, there i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

IN MEMORIAM. TATE.--In affectionate memory of John Tate, beloved husband of Jane Elizabeth Tate, of Grace Avenue, who died on 2nd Janu- ary, 1913. At Rest. -Inserted by his loving wife and Mrs. Elliott and family. FAGAN.—In loving but sad remem- brance of our dear daughter, and our sister, Mary Alice (Cissie) Fagan, who departed this life on 3rd January, 1908. We little thought her time so short In this world to remain; Nor thought that when she left our home, She'd never return alive again. It's sweet to know we'll meet again, Where parting is no more, And that the one we loved so dear Has only gone before. May her soul rest in peace. Amen. -Inserted by her sorrowing mother and father, brothers and sisters. FAGAN.-In sad and loving memory of my darling sister, Mary, who passed away on 3rd January, 1908. "Gone!" Oh, what a sad meaning in that word. For many years our family chain Was closely linked together, But, Oh, that chain is broken now- One link has gone for over. -Inserted by...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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SHOP WINDOW BROKEN. FORTY-FOUR WATCHES STOLEN. Melbourne Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

' "SHOP WINDOW. BROKEN,. FORTY-FOUR -WAT'CHES STOLEN. " " Melbourne Jan. 3.i i Forty-four waitches waere stolen from Posner's jewellery shop, 209-13 'IBourke street city, at an early hour this morn ing.r.one'of the windows being broken with hi-f 'a'briie, ii?kithg a ho6e of suffS. ciet sizeo to allow a man's hand to be lout through. J:l'Theoselling price of the watches amounted to £150, and thewin dow. cost £0. At 4 a.mis Mr. E. Postner was awak ened' by a noise which be nmistook fJr the :"toot' df ri limolor car Other people, onse of wholi resiiled at Paret's nestiaurant directly opposite, also heard the noi; Obut -they' were not aware of whlatlhad i ausod i: ........... Later Mr.. Posnor was awakened by the'police andl on "going into the shop he fountl.that four trays of "watcihes had beeon h-rspped- ' he tindui ccupied in iakinh olff these watches must have been seoviral minut?s,°is some 6f 'them were rittier tightly hooked to the trays. THalf a brick !as also discovered inside t...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CANTERBURY PARK RACES. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

CANTERBURY PARK RACES.. . I wnta r'i . T n '- 'ns. S : Sydney,' Jan. 3: The Casiterbur y Park .races :were held' this afternoon, and resulted as follow:- Flying Handicap: Lady Donmain 1, Miocene 2, Malt Mary 3; 5 to 2 agst winnero. ReySiolds,, rider, of Miocenes was suspended for 2 months for cross ing and interfering withl Milt Mary. Juvenile -Handicap: Viburnum _1, Headwind 2, Hyppolito 3; 10 to 1 gat winner: ' Park ; Stakes: Sir. Howard, Bono yamura '2, Lapsis 3; 2 to,1 agst win Thriee=yar=old 'Handicap:: Coghial 1, Vidor 2; Miss Mooltan 3 :4 to 1 agat -smnner. .-, Canterbury' Handicap Multuim i Parvo 1; Formeir 2, ritain '3; 14 to 1 nast winner. Welter Handicap': Correna 1, B'ack's Lager 2, Voldon 3i evens win nor.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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SPORTING. MENTONE RACES. Melbourne, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

SPORTING. MENTONE RACES.. Molbourno, Jan. 3. The above races, leld.this afternoon, resulted as follow: HurdlolRace: Widden 1, Dominic' ian 2, McAlpin 3; 3 to 1 agst winner. First Division Hanidicap: Precious 1, Dewberry 2, Apiarist 3; 12 to 1 agpt winner. - Second Division Handicap : IKareela 1, Miss. Moi 2, Eltham 3; 7 to 2 agst wvlnner. .Mentone . Handicap: Yeloeds? 1, Pearl King.2, Licus 3; 9 to 4 agst wsinner. Third Division Handicap: Tramp 1, 3Msloja 2, Lobasi 3; 5 to 1 agst .win nor. : umpers' Flat IRace: Sylvanmore 1, Napkarb 2,' Blind Harry 3; 5 to'.2 agst winner.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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MINISTERS VISIT BORUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

MINISTERS VISIT BOIUtNG. Sir Alexander Peacock. Minister for Education: Mr. Hacelthorn. Minister for Public Works: and Mr. Murray, the Chief Secretarv. will visit War racknabeal on Tuesday. and will bo present in the evenine when IMr. Hut chinson. Minister for Water Supply, addresses the electors at that place. The three Ministers named will subse quefitly assist their colleacue' in con ductin: his camnsain. Mr. F. McRao is reearded by 3Ministerialists as a for nmidable opponent to Mr. Hutchinson.

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