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'NO BUTTERFLY CHASING. LIBERAL PARTY ACTIVE. PREMIER'S POLICY SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

NO: BU'lPERTFLY CHASING. ,LIBER \AL.1PIRTTi ACJ IV:E.. i P?IffER'S POLICY SPEECH. Mr. T att will sneak for two hours o l Mondayv night at the New Hall, Eaenmlln, in delivering the speech setting forth the policy .of the Minis try.: He dill be. accomnanied on the platform bi all his colleagues except JMr. Murray. the Chief Secretary, who has one to Warrnambool. and Mr. Hutchinson. ,Minister for Water Sup lily.- who is electioneerin, in the Bo rimng constituency. lBeginning with a brief histaory of recent nolitical events. Mr. Watt will pass on to the nroerammo for the next ten months. , He will state that the Government inltends to take up for the remainder of the session. which will be resumed on January 20. 24 .Bills. These will include the Factories Bill, the Workers' Comuesation Bill,- the Charities Bill. five Suburban' Tramway (Authorisatiln)r Bills, the Appropria tion Bill (emblodving the, Estimates), the Railwar Loan Bill. the Victorian Loan Bill. three Loan Application Bills....

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINISTERS OPPOSED. ELECTORS ENROLLING. ESSENDON LIST ENLARGED. Melbourne, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

MINISTi ERS OPPOSED. EL]ECTOJIS ElIROLLING. - SSP\ DO\ LIST EN.AGED.' « ., ,,: Melbourne. Jan: 3. - Sonmin?tionsfor the six Legislative Assembly seatsi acated by members of thait House when they were sworn' is as Mmister. in the' W, ;:,Admiiifita. tion are reauired to be'lodged by noon on Tiuesday. SPresent ind ientions are,' that?,? Mr. Murrai.. the Chief Secretary (Warr nambool). Sir Alexander Peacock, Min ister for Edulcatiion fAllandale) and Mr.'H. S. W. Lawson. Minister for Lands (Castletnaine and Maldon)' will be:re-elected'tnou?osed. "Mr.'W. A:. Witt.. the Premier (Es sendiid) ;will liaie iominiiated against" him Mr. F .Keane (Obpositionist) and Ilr. D. M3-1ckindn'. 'the Attorney-Gen eral (Prahranu) iiill liave as his oppon-ii initdMr.'W: H' Vebber (Opposition ist. Mr . 3 MeRae. a Liberal candi date.'has annonnced' his intention of koini: tohe poll aeainst Mr. W: Hut chinsn.i Minister for Water ..Supply (Bdoiie). "The lilumlier of electors on the rolls for each of these three...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

:IArAL ACCIDIENT. *James Patrick lcMahon.aged houllt eight.rears. had ;inst.left his father's iJtr. Joseoh 3lMnahon's) house at Kariah. on a nony to carry two letters to his uncle on Tuesday afternoon, when, the pour swerved. and the boy fell. out of the saddle. The little fel low was .dra5eed some distance along the around hr a stirrnp. Iefore the foot cauuht in the iron-or stirrup was freed. The father. who witnessed the accident. andl endeavored to overtake :th .swiftly galloping pony while the Ioy was heingi draired alon?. reached his on iyiine on the around just as the little fellow exuired. Much sym pathy has leen exoressed for the par ents in their very sad bereavement.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FATAL FALL FROM CART PET PONY BOLTS. Melbourne, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

FATAL FALL FROM CART . PET PONY BOLTS:: e lbourne. Jan. 3. R-emarking that, iust a little bit of carelessness had led to the accident, tie Coroner to-dayv recorded a finding of, deathiliv niisaddenture" inthe case of Julia Lilliain Hvnes. 29. nmirried, of Ross-street. Port IMelbourne. who was thrown from a cart at Burwood, on 26th.December. William Ciurtis. ;bo tmaker, of Bir wood. said that Mrs. Hvnes tas his sister-in-law. and on Boxing Day visit ed hisr house. After dinner. at his wife's reauest. witness harnessed the poiiy to ' cart. putting a box of feed under the aniinal's head. Mrs. Hy~nes, Mrs. Cuitis. and two children got into the cart while the nony was feeding. !Witness opened the ~igate, and; when drivin, down to it. his wife said, ,'Look at the horse's head.". Witness saw that the bit?was iut of the ani rTal's mouth. While his wife'was fix ina the bit the nonv made a. plunge through the rate. His wife hung on to the nony,'s head for ten minutes, witness. ?htrininbetwree...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOONLIGHT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

S?MOONLIGHT CONCERT. ?.. moonlight concert is onnoonil to:take place ill thoe: FIriendly Socie Lies Park next Saturday evening.Iol 'bounrie artists have been cngaged,land, given fine weather, an enjoyalel onci ing is promised.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WEATHER. COOL, SUNNY DAY. WILL BECOME WARMER. Melbourne, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

THE WEATHER. :.COOL, SUNNY DAY. WILL BECOME WARMER. SMelbournie. Jan. 3. Sunshine and cool breezes made the .eather in the, metropolis pleasant and ideal for holiday-making. The imgihest temperature to 1 p.m. was only 69 degrees. According to Mr. H. A. Hunt, Comrn nonwealth Meteorologist, .the condi tions will now begin to, warm up .* little, though another change to cool southerly winds will follow later.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXODUS OF VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

EXODUS OF VISITORS. T'ie anudualiv'exteWdei;liolidav sea son gtranted by maiiv?'f tlie'city ware houses and factories in connection with tie Christmas"anid New Year festiv ities, rcsultdd hii a very, largeinumber of holidav-makers visiting the town, and all houses of accommodation have had their rooms taxed to the,utmost. The period of relaxation.firom:business terminatesito-day, and there was con eequentlvya. reneral exodus of, visitors on Saturday iafternoon.- The'thorough fares leading to the railway station were- thronged with -.ti~vellers and friends: all 'intent -uoon- catching the afternoon train. and . the, platform was densely: packed ~iith `intending passengers arid their'travelling impedi nmenta.' Wheii the train steamed into the station from Port Fairy there wa-s a general rush for the carriages, which wereo aicklv nacked witl passengers. iAn additional :dariiage was put on' but it was soon filled and another cairriage was added but it also failed' to meet reouirements.:...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING S NNOUNCFMENTS. Messrs. F. and K. Mackay, archi tects. initimate tlat tenders foi the liew offices and store for Saltau and Sons Ptv. Ltd. close at 12 noon to morrow.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTRY TELEPHONE LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

COUNTRY TEtLEPbONE LLNES. Considerable difficulty has been ex perienced by the Postal department in dealing with a number of appplica tions for country telephone lines, ow ing to the fact that suitable tender for the construction of thd lines by contract cannot Ue 'obtained.,:Not only have the..prices inn-many ieses been excessive, but contractors have aban doned contracts or'riithdi-iwn tendors, and in certain'cases" theo departmient has had to. readveritise before a sin gle offer has been obtained., The Post mnaster-GonbraLs. a s h?lo department's officers aredpurs'ing this's atter close ly, but that without the assistance of the persons interested in the locali ties concerned it is. hdiflicult to com plete the works other expeditiously or economically. . The chief electrical engineer has informed hinm that the hope of cheaper ,and -yetefficient line construction in country "districts, in. the case where tlie construction 'of Lne line without' guaranitea or assist ance is not juit...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

WEATHER FORECAST. The followine weather forecast was, issued at nine o'clock last night for to-davy for Victoria by Mr. Hunt, the Commonwealth Meteorologist:-- ' "Fiii. 'with moderate temperatures, southiwst' to south-east winds."

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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"JANSEN THE GREAT." [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

"JANSENTHEE GREAT. A highly anDieciative audience aa embled at'.the Oddfellows';Hall on Saturday ereninei?to ,witness the ap pearance of Jansen tlie Mlaician, and his Vaudeville Colnianv and they were tliorouehlv mistified bv-, thie clever feats performed. Tlhe s.liOt of hand tricks were foithe.most.oart new and; all were neatli'. and ceveirlv done, and the audience were kept guessing as to how it was accomolished. -lIagic and illusion also ulaved'an'imoortant :part in the oroaramme and some apparent Iv iinmossiblee.isiilts-.iere. achieved in. full view of theaiidience.." A burles oue item Drovidid considerable amuse ment and a couule.of ballads were also enjioed. Altoeether the entertain ment was amnusineandinfensely inter estin.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STEAMER SAILINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

STI"AER. SAILINGS. TheXEumeralla leaves Melbourne for Warrnamboolon' Tuesday at 2 p.m. The Tvrian leaves .Warrnambool for. Melbourlie to-morrow. at 4.p.m.; with passengers only.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

NEW YEAR BARGAINS. 1O CELEBRATE the OPENING of 1914 we offer some astounding Bargains, only a few are mentioned be low but they will be an indication of the Values. LADIES' COTTON JAP. CREPE ONE-PIECE ROBES, the Price ......... ...... 36 LADIES' WHITE EMBROIDERED BLOUSES, Less than Cost .......... 1111 CHItDILEN'S PRINT ROMPIERS, Light Prints, only a Few ........ 1/6 CHILDREN'S RUSH HATS, for the Beach, Cool and 'Shady, only ... ... .." :- :... 9d WARNER'S CORSETS, "The Favorite," were 4111; Price now... ... ... ... 210J WHITE TURKISH TOWELS, 53 Inch Long x 27 Inch Wide '. . 1 FRENCH CAMBRICS, New Coloured Stripes, 92d; now . ... .. .. .. 6d STRIPE DRILL SUITING for BOYS, 113; now ...... ... d "SUNRESISTA" DRESS FABRICS, Never Fadbs .... ... . ... ... HOYLES' NAVY and BLACK PRINPED SATEENS, 11; now . .. . 7d 45-INCII HEMSTITCHED FLOUNCING EMBROIDERY, to' Go at... .. ...1/11 22-INCI IIEESTITCHED EMBROIDERY, Another Bargain ... . .. ... 1 ALLOVER EMBROIDERIES, Nice Designs, 'to Go at....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

PPRECIATED -GIFTS!1 GENTS' ~TrYLisui 'BooTS, .SHOES :nd SLIPPnRS At Christmas Prices - 'LADIES' F,:~aSIO0ABLE .?-OOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS At Christmas Prices. S-CHILDREN'S DRESSY: BOOTS,- SHOES & SLIPPERS ; At Christmas Price s: GENTS"' GL DSTONE WBRIFF 1.Y iTnBULGE BAGS Christma s Prices.,.; S:? ES EXPANSIO ? ,? RESS? OSES, VERY LIGHT, At At Christmas Prices. BOOT IFIiNDINGSMAIKEMOST USEFUL PRESENTS: SLEATIERR POLISH(NG `CABINETS,' SILVER SHOEI HORNS, SILVER'; BsTTON: 'OO1S, NOKL and . . . OXIDIZED CLEANING OUTFITS - - At Christmas Pries UP-TO-DIATE BOOT AND SHOE STORE. LIEBIG STREET. 'Phoine 126.'!, WILL THOSE WHO OPATRONISED.US DURING P.PLEASE ACCEPT CUR BEST THANKS, AND IN DON G SO, May We' Wish :Thm a Yeiy :Happy & Prosperous 1914. SOLICITING YOUR FAVORS (FOR THE COMING YEAR. SB&TTARBEE, GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT, S .EB. IG AND LAVA STREETS. P Ao s ? . 80 SHappy UProsperous New Year to You All. YOUIl ATTENTION 01 R01 TWO MINUTES. It will Take Y...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY, Price—One Penny. MONDAY, 5th JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. THE CORANGAMITE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY. PrloM-One Penny, MONDAY, 5tlh JANUARIY. CURRENT NEWS. -0--- THE CORANGAMITE ELEC T'IO4N. :It,will beo seenby the following par agraph . from the Ballarat "Echo," that Mr. J. H. Scullin intends to de vote himself to journalism -for some time, and will not be a candidate for Corangamiteat.th. next election: "Mr. I. Macdormtid, the recently apl pointed orgaiusing secrettry for the Federal division of Corhngamite, re ports that he-mhs just completed a most successful tour' of the elector Pte. He has succeeded in forming .It) oew branchies, besides reforming se i:ral old ones. Altogether Coranga mite was never better orgianised than it is to-day. The P.L.O. membership na, increased by almost 2000. and La borites everywhere are striving to perfect their organisation in prepar ation for the day when Corangamite may be retained for Labor. Mr. Scul lin has announced that he will not hi a candidate on the next occasion. a. he intends to stick to-the ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

THE;TIDrS... HhE h water at, Warraambaol this day:-7;23n.m..- 7.40 p.m. ]

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TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

TO-DAY'S' EVENTS. Mleetine of ladies in reeard to the Town Band Carnival. Bandroom,n 8 ;Euchre eoartv and dance. .St. Jo selh's Hadll. Generil meetin-: Warrnambool Branch. A.N.A.. Oddfellows' Hall, i I).m. Syllabus.i Holiday Reminis cenes. SStork; iale nat ail'unb hlip Iessiis March and 'ravlnr. ' Stdck "sale at Teran' l essrs Dalretr and Co.. Horne and Palmer and Norris. Tovie'and Scown. :.: ,Meetine Ladies' Swastika Cricket Club. 8 n.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

TWO 'DOSES GIVE RELIEF.. "I, am .subjecb., .to :,bowell ;troubles' which cause pain and indondenionce,' ' writes Mr. Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn road, Auburn,,Vic., " twordosme of Chamberlain's Colic , and !Diarrhoea Romedy. give.immediate relief .,Idanm pleased to know .there. is suoh a sadfe and certain remedy, as 'Ohamberilain's Colic. and,.Diarrlioe :Renmedyanrd' al ways keep a bottle luIndy." Sold. by all chemists and storekeepers. MELSOM HEMMONS, Dentist, fimor-street. Warrnambool, Attends DAILY at his Surgery. W. J. S. DAVIDSON 'Dentist, may be CONSULTED DAILY at his Sur gory; Kepler-street. Telephone -71. MR. F. 8. MAWSOM. Dentist, of 197 and 199 Moorabool Street, cee long, Visits as follow: Birregurra, Monday, 12th January Colac, Tuesday, 13th; Camperdown, Wednesday, 14th; Cobden, Thursday, 15thi Torang, Friday, 16th; Mor lake, Saturday, 17th; Garvoc, Mon day. (till' noozi),19thi; Por. Fairy,Tues day, 20th; Korit, Wedlesday 21lst, Ponshurst, Thursday, 22nd;-lamilton Friday and ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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SMASH IN FAIRY-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

SMASH IN FAIRY-STREET. , On Saturday, in Fairy-street, a horse and cart, belonging; to Messrs. A.Hildebraqdt and Con, butchers, col-' lided with a buggy which was~ being drawn by a youth whorwas ,taking it. to the owner's. premises, after it. had been overhauled .and renovated -:.t Messrs. Moseo and Co.'s: The impact was a violent one. and two .wheels of. tho buggy were smashed,, while one. f. the wheels: of the,h utcher's cart was also badly damniged., Fortunately -.no one was hurt.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

ROWLNG. Tl 'commiittee of-the Wairnambobl Rowine Club have arraneed a series of four-oared races to be rowed on the Hookiims River oh Saturday; 7th Feb ruarv. The.event has received the namn of "Manifold. Fours" in recog Iltion of the'liberal natronage bestow ed on the club bv "fessrs. J.:C;: and W. S. Manifold.. Thie distance chosen for thel-event, is three.harters. of .a mile. and entries cldst at thi siWeds on 1Sth Jnuiiarv.: Tlhe selection coniriit. tee are givine attention to the pick ine of crews for the Upper Yarra aind Albert Park reeattas to be held on 24tlh'nd 26th. insts. Any meinber desirous of'competinh at these fixtures is reouired to haid-hidis name:?o the selectors this:evening at the- sheds, when thi' crews will be chosen. ,.

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