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TOWN BAND ON CANNON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

TOWN BAND. ON CANNON HILL. _The programme to be submitted by; the Town Band on Cannon Hill to morrow night will consist of popular items, Mr. M. J. Ring, tho band master, having recently received sori of the latest productions in band musio. 'ho collection will be in aid of one of the stalls at the forthcom ing Japaneso garden fete, and several young ladies will attend to the col lecting arrangements. . ; >.

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

FEDERAL WOOLLEN MIILtS. When the s.s. Kent arrives in Feb ruary with the first instalment of ooms for the Federal Woollen Mills at North Geelong, it is prop6sed to bring her to the Geelong railway pier to discharge into trucks which - will he hauled to Corio Quay for the easy delivery of theUplantlatttho mill. In six months "Federal"' *viig ivill pro lably have been. heg n.. Assuming that 300 hands 'aro emitlyed, the ave rage weekly wages should'be £2 spread over all grades of labor., which means a yearly circulttioh 'in'Geeloilg of at least £32,000 in wages alone.

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

RAINFALL AT GARVOC. Mr. A. E. Clark supplies the follow ine record'of rainfall at "Purleigh," Garvoc. forthe year 1913:-January, 42 poiitse; Februarvr-135-:-March,-430 ; April. 72: Mar. 251: June. ,140; July, 320: Aunust. 384. Sentember, 534; October. 130: November. 332; Decem ber. 151: total. 29.21 inches. For 1912 the rainfall at "'Purleih" was as fol lows:--Januarv. 68 points: February, 50 March. 120: April. 180: May, 342; June. 248: July. 174: Aurust, 301; September. 439: October. 201; Novem ber 274: December. 265: total 26.62 inches. For 1911. 35.50 inches were recorded. the hichest sirce 1903. Tho averaze annual rainfall to 1911 was 31 inches. for 15 years.. For December last there were only three days on which rain fell. the 22nd (125 points); the 25th (16 noints) and the 27th (10 points), total,151 points.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUSIC AT CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

MUSIC AT OHRIS'T CHURCH. At Christ Cburoht last night a mus ical trealt wss furnished in the form of a violin solo by Miss Lola Jaques, a visitor from Melbourne. Miss Jaques played Raff's Cavatina in, a highly finished and aortistic mannmer, bringing forth thoe highest appreciation! of the Large congregation. Miss Jaqhies uses the new style violin (Manby's:,system) and the remarkably fine tone was much admired. , .

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL RECITAL. By special request, Mr. Marcus St. John and Miss Irma Caron will give another recital in . the Oddfellows' Hall to-morrow evoning.- Oni this oc cation MAr. St. John will give thei st act of Hamlet anid the famous solilo quies. Miss Irma C:aron, whose singing created such an impression on. New Year's Night, will sing new genls from opera, anid will also be heard for tie first time in a violin solo. She. has chosen for her number the "'Baca rolle." Miss Caron will also accompany .lir. St. John on the violin during nis recital of "The Burial of Little Nell" (Charles Dickens). aindiamel Leon Caron. whose pianoforte solo'so' delighted tlhe audience last Thursdaiy, will again preside at the,prano. ,0,. the greiiat aitistic success achieved .,:i these talented and clever artists lanst week, the seats:ought to be well filled to-morrow evening.. Tihe box plan s at Walter Daviri', nind intending pat Tons are strongly advised to secure their seats early so as to a...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHOLESALE EXECUTIONS 24,000 IN A YEAR. CHINESE PROVINCE'S RECORD. (Reuter's Telegram.) Peking, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

WHOLESALE EXECUTIONS `-- 0 24,000 IN A YEAR. OHINESE' PROVINCE'S RECORD. (Renter's Telegram.) Peking, Jan. 3. It is estimated that 2A,000 execu tions took place in' the Province of Szedhuan during 1913. The majority of .the, persons wrho suffered the ex treme -penatm v of. the law wero rob bers. -Tho magnitude of this capital punishment lisT is attributed partly to national transition troubles and partly'to the dearness of opium. A' DARINC WOMAN. LOOPS THE'LOOP WITH HA31EL. (Reuter's. Telegram.) - S London; Jan. 3.: : GustaveHamel, the well-known 'air man,"ascended in an aeroplane to-day with. Miss 'Thehawke Davies. as pas senger.: They .successfully looped the loop, and .Miss Davies thereby earned the distinction of being the Tfirst wo man'to' perform the feat.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUSSIAN ESPIONAGE LAW A COMPREHENSIVE ACT. GUARDING DEFENCE SECRETS. (Reuter's Telegram.) St. Petersbug, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

RUSSIAN. ESPIONACE LAW A COMPREHENSIVE ACT. GUARDING DEFENCE SECRETS. (Reutor's Telegram.) St.. Petersbug, Jan. 3. The new Russian espionage law is remarkably strict as regards the pub lication in the press of !latters per taining to defence. Newspapers are prevented from. publishing changes of equipment in the army and navy. particulars of the arming of warships and news re earding the strength of fortresses. They are also prohibited from an nouncing the results of maneuvres and test mobilisations on the fron tiers and many other details of. de fence work and preiarations.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMBINATIONS IN TRADE THE GROUPING SYSTEM. HOSTILE AGITATION IN AMERICA. (Reuter's Telegram.) New York, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

COMBINATIONS IN TRADE THE GROUPING SYSTEM. HOSTILE AGITATION IN AMERICA. (Reuter's Telegram.) New York, Jan. 3. Lately an agitation has been in pro gross throughout the United States against the system of "interlocking" directorates, by which a single firm often controlled a dozen other huge organisations., * To-day it ' becamo' known. that Messrs. J. P. Morgan and Company the famous New York bankers, had voluntarily withdrawn from the New York, Central and Hudson River rail road, the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad anti other railway companies in which they had a con trolling interest. Messrs. Morgan and Company ex plain that their action has been.dir tabed solely in deference to public opinion.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE TRIPLE ENTENTE. THE POSITION OF FRANCE. MR. LLOYD GEORGE CAUSES CONSTERNATION. (Reuter's Telegram.) Paris, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

THE TRIPLE ENTENTE." 'THE POSITION, OF'FRANCE"" IR. LLOYD GEORGE CAUSES .. CONSTERNATION. (Renter"' Telegram:i.)' S Paris, Jan. 4. Recent,. statements made 'by Mr. Lloyd' George have caused consterna tion in France. . The newspapras resent what they describe 'as the complacent reference to the action' of Germaniy in concen-. trating her army instead of her navy as disconcerting to Britain's friends in the entento. "Le Temps" .emphasises France's enormous expenditure as the result of iGermany's change of policy. The same journal adds that if France is tiltimately `compelled' to choose' be tween the army and navy, a thing, that Mr. Lloyd George apparently considers inevitable for all nations on 'the continent, the Mediterranean situation thereby created will be any thing but satisfactory to England.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BOMB THROWN. POLICE STATION ASSAILED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Calcutta, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

A BOMB THROWN.,: il" -0----- POLICE STATION 'ASSAILED. (Reuter' a Telegram.) Calcutta, Jan. 3.. A- bonb was thrown' into a police station outside Calcutta. to-dny, but fortunately it did not explode. The bomb is similar to the one thrown at the Viceroy in 1912.

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HARRY FRAGSON. ESTATE WORTH £80,000. INSURANCE POLICY FAVORS MURDERER. (Reuter's Telegram.) Paris, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

HARRY FRACSON. ESTATE WORTH £80,000. INSURANoE POLIOY FAVORS ,IURDERER. (Reutetr's Telegram.) Paris Jan.- '3.. The will of the music-hall "star,' Harry Fragson, who was murdered ih Paris on Tuesday by his octogenar arian :father;.accounts ;for:) any estatat of a. tatal value of £80,000. ' An insurance, policy, of £12,000, on. Harry Fragson's life is in favor of his father.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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MR. LLOYD GEORGE ON A HOLIDAY. HIS FUTURE POLICY. PROBABLY AN ELECTION RUSE London, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

.1lR. LLOYD GEORGE ON -A HOLIDAY. HIS :FUTUR.E -POLICY. PROBABLY AN ELECGTION, RUSE London,.Jan. 4. Mr. Lloyd George is at present spending a holiday rt Algiers. Theo "Observer" questions whether Mr. Lloyd George's utterances mean all that his more excited friends imagine. The Ohancellor's statements, when examined, are guarded, and despite the. extreme imprudence of the. de claration it appears to be a ruse to keeli the forces of Radicals and Labor together-in view of the next general elections. The real interest in the de claration lies in the fact that if Mr. Lloyd George is to definitely lead the Radical-Socialist combination with a policy destructive to sea. power of the Empire there will be need for a new National party to combat'tih peril.

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OPPOSITION AGAINST INCREASED NAVAL EXPENDITURE. London, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

OPPOSITION AGAINST INCREAS ED NAVAL EXPENDITURE. London, Jan. 4. It is' aniounced that-100 Liberal rmembers of tho: Houso of Commons have united against increases in the navy estirmates. >::

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GERMAN VIEW. Berlin, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

£ GERMAN VIEW. Berlin, Jan. 4. The nowspaper "Nachriohten" say? -"It. i. positively ridiculous to talk of infinitely friendlier relations. The present relationship betweee England and Germany is not bad, and that is all that can be said.

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BRITISH NEWSPAPER COMMENTS. London, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

- BRITISI NEWSPAPER COM MENTS. London, Jan. 4. The Unionist newspapers are mak ing capital out of Mr. Lloyd George's recent interview with a friend at Crickioth: "'The "Standard"' asks',if Mr: rdloyd iGeorge is deliberately precipitating a break-up of the Cabinet over the ques tion of armaments. The "Daily Telegraph" aslk. what is Mr.,-Llotd George's goal? What situation, is hoe engineering? Wlhothei he is working .with. or against Mr. Ohurchill, ijnd whether Mr. Asquith regards the new development with sympathy. :

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SAND BANK COLLAPSES. LITTLE BOY KILLED. Sydney, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

SAND BANK COLLAPSES. J ui., 3.> Ithe 1d londy it t : Paddi' .; mi. rev d bati tIn.-t 'i!.} avid 'ishart; aged ?. w qi lllui? IS liztohýei Jolul ?fgedl r'M FT 'nrl nenrimwedban: when it .iu.e"_.ravantid eari'ild :i stdnoe will it thi' bnoik: . itfoith ,'ttliem' : hl m id }ws:idlitd £ir en dueroub and JsIoio aWs. iireriiue from a fractured

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE MARKETS. Saturday 3rd January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

'JIll]? -IM9A1 TS -. . Satiida;l 3rl: Januaryr. S-WARRNAMBOOL - OTATO MARKET .: i .Prime potatoes .aro quoted it tper ton: ex bags. M,. ELBOUItNE .FARM PRODUCE. Slheat: -'Not -maniieh buosiness i.was pa{ssitg iii Iheastt-day, but t? he? ar lit, iwas; firmleraiii: tone: in- symlpatll withia decided aidvance of-7-8d. a ccn till. in Iiisverpool. fitures'. all' rouid fr.;3lanr ihl '3ly, suad: Jitly delivery. t'he oladvance at-that -end is stated . to bti.iduo 'to smaller offerings froliii 'A ,enitna. _ -Loually; there were sever:l. Iuyers to-dayl t 3/5}. alongside - for .anuary ddelivery, and thoy were uni Quietnies, remainedi : the princiliiil ftature in other graiils and clhutff.. " Supplies of potatoes were ..more tlhlnll'Sufllitiit; for the denliand, whilich rqnlained dull Rail arrivals lllllmounte d to hunt 11 ti ilck .heads. In the weetkc - odd. 'Thlursday 4891) tonl of litito?ts wlrae loided .ti..countiry itltionsl ;: ronliniirctd With 517" tons, for thie .pr l vious weekk. aiid ...

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TRAGEDY OF THE SURF. THREE MEN IN A BOAT. GALLANT RESUCE FAILS. Melbourne, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

TRACEDYOF THE SURF: . ' .ALLANT' RESCUI FAILS. Iov slesrn bjnS6ergtT 1 Cuitin, followiug'g a statemeit by:h 1.. Walter Boyd; th?i sole sbrvivor.itf the .Altovs .-Sinlth ' lisieriani td 'rescue sir. Samuel llord: It is: blievdt- tlhatthis new. light" "ti tthe t:ragedy explainsi 1Mr. l.oyd's: dblposition, tlhat lie: hali held on -to Is faither until threei'men in a boat relieved: hie :of his charge. "[ si'as" o'ict fishing erly ini the day and 'cumee.in iabout 2' o'cloi " sai ilr. Sniithl; in riepl?.to SiergeantiCuf ,tin. "I phased three men lishing inii. 'green paitied boat.'Sonle time 'after. n oticed that the green-liatitl ':liu:at oad come closer in shore, ilnd aipflar il to be aiichoredi;i Thlie wieather, hadl tln'u conine'lu g. . ,..+. " .iwatclied the bbat foi .soantilne tJsinkirii -the "occupants weree 'ii:i, tress: the" sea was thein 'angry: Wavs were' coniing iii fIri Yi,1,to 12.f?t high. and ippitrently waslhiig .irr the bhoit. I. could see the occupanits miibre hailing' ou...

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

WiO C1LOBEN HAD SKINiRUPTIIONi On FaceH ands arid Legs, Ashamed . to Take. Children Out. .Looked Dreadful. Used Cuticura Soap 'and Ointment..In Fortnight Quite i Free from Sores, 427 Bay St.. Port Melbourne. VI:. "Some time ago my two children were suf ftfilg from xery nasty sores on face, hands and legs. I tried various remedies without any good S resultts. Seeing a testimo i al In "Age." a cais the S.. samo a his.being cured by S Cuticura Oi-ntment" and' Soap, I obtained some of ' these 'and started' to. s' 1 lthem. I first made a strong. T lather of Cuticura Soap and *hot water, bathed sores well wlith it .and appliedCutlecra Ointment on clean rag. I hiavo much pleasure In informing youttnti In a fortnight ,they were (luiteo'frefrone .sores. : Before I, tried- Cutlenura SSoap' au Ointment I was'really ashamed to take tho children rout. They looked 'dreadlful and. the nilghboiurs were afraid to let their little ones play with mlno,l'n case ther.' got ores also. I think Cuticura Is...

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NASTY CUTS & BRUISES. MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FIND ZAM-BUK A REAL BOON. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914

NASTY' CUTS & BRUISES. MOTIIER IAD DAUGHTER FIND :.ZAM-BUK A :REAL BOON. fousaohold accish ivs occur daily, e.s pcoially where there are children.' In such em?rgeucies -Za? Bui is. a seal boon. For cuts.', bruies, scrapes, ?sirns and scalds, 7amn-lnk is a perfect ever-ready. heater. .It. i-e.wonderfully. utohing and.sQothing, and, heiZg puwer fully autisoatiuiic stfegu'irdi tie iiijairy -,ainst till O'?ca-e gyruis that rcause. Biktis used, so arting painastops, inflam. aition dies- downs and thee staling is both rapid .ii pe fsa eat` . - ? ifid SMrs. Y'etto:Oren Ocr't3 Biicke-sti ot, East Sydney; says: 1 have frquently hadooccasion to use Ziam-Buk in cases of accident, and'it has proved a" real boon -' One day my little girl Ada got her hanidbadly crushed in the machine, one of the fingers:being so badly'iijiured that the nail c?ane'off? -.e1'.hand was; very infllimel;' bhti /Zaui-Buk sobothed "the bruised places, qu ckly healed the finger. and caused a now nail to startckro...

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