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BOWLING. WARRNAMBOOL v. CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
BOWLING WARivr1NiX1100IM ? ::. C -AMPER S'Fi return penniaont inatcli bctween the C?itperidtsn, and Wa?rninilool Clubs' tfooln :laci? oh Saturdayi last, andresulted.i: a victory . for the W'irrnamibool team : the narrow mnajority: of.two'ioints:.The flinish was very exciting' the 'issiue. being in doubt u ntil .'tl:last hbowl was 'layed. lTho'caeftak'r' had tIhe green in apl" did' condition, being fast and true, iindl drai iiig ei'ýi1lly ;well oin both hands..The folloving are the scores: .No:' 1 Rink-Catnperdown:s i Davis, Dilbb, alcKiiockiter, McOabe (c)-15. No. l:'Rink-.VWrrnambool: David son, Ellis .'atie. Iticks (c)--36 No." 2 Rink-Omi.: Trowartha, Do norty, Wright;, Baker'(c)--26. No.2 .Ririk--Wbool.: Swinburnie, O'fMalley. Mack.: Brebnr (c)-27. No. s Rink-Cain.: Steven T HIind itaugl, Bovles Jackson-i(e)-19) ': No. 3 Rink-1W'bool: J.Hamiondl. Hickford -Stivens; `Rev^.W1' Harri. (c)-22: -No. 5' Rink--Cnin..: Sheridan. Mic klh,. 'IOQualteriImngleton (c) -34. -No:.' 5 Rink -War-...
BRIGANDS ON HIGH SEAS EXTRAORDINARY PLOT FAILS. CAPTAIN BAILED UP IN CABIN. (Reuter's Telegram.) San Francisco, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
BRIGANDS ON HIGH SEAS EXTRAORDLNAItY PLOT FAILS. CAPTAIN BAILED UP IN CABILN. (Rauter'a Tel oram.) San Francisco, Jan. 3. A sensational though unsuccessful attempt has been made to rob the steamer Williamette,which plies along the Californian coast. When the vessel was in the open sea Captain leiner, who was sitting in his cabin, was confronted by a masked and armed man.i Oaptan Reiner promp tl .gra ppld with the intruder and managed to- cure possession of the revolver the man had in his hand. The shouts of, nhe captain attracted members of the ship's crew, who secured the man.His sehaviour led to the belief at first that he was insane, but later develop ments showed that his conduct • was part of a plot to rob the steamer. A confederate was arrested and this man declared that lie and his com panion had planned to rob the ship's safe of the large sum of money it con tained, and then compel the passeng ers and crew to give up all valuables. The robbers travelled as passengers until t...
FLEEING MEXICAN TROOPS. U.S.A. WILL RECEIVE AND DISARM. Washington, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
FLEEING '1EXICAN TROOPS. U.S.A. WILL RECEIVE AND DISARM. SWashington, Jan. 3. SWhen the Federal troops ,.were routed iy the rebels at'Ojinaga,Ndrth ern 3e'xico, earlier-in the wveek, num uers' of the defeated troops fled over the United States frontier, but were driven back into Mexico by American soldiers. Orders have now been issued to the United States military commander in this district that lie is to receive the. fleeing M?ixican Federal troops if they come across the frontier aigain. Red cross assistance is to be afforded themi. but they qre in every case to be dis' o?ruseiL. ... . ... .. . .. . .
MEXICAN DEPUTIES. RELEASED FROM PRISON. A BASELESS CHARGE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Mexico City, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
MEXICAN DEPUTIES.: RELEASED FROM: PRISON.'.;`.;` : A, BASELESS GCH.RGE. >," '' .,F;.KeMexio'City; Jani. 3.; T'lientreoight of the membersi f the MeJxican Chamber of Deputies,who were.arrested and sent to prison when. President Huerta made his recent coup, have, been-released. ; Senhor Ra?es, b.-Minister for Juis tice, aid Selh'r iEstanol, ex-Mlinister for Public' Instruction. are, however, still kept in prison. .. The Judge, who tried'lthe 'Cases of these depiities,:held that there ir as io basis for the accusation of complicity, in the rebellion, whicli \ was broughtr against them
ALL SORTS. SIMPLON TUNNEL DIFFICULTY [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
ALL SORTS. SIMPLON TUNNEL DIFFICULTI ;APAt a distance ofeib miles from Iseli rgrat, sibtePrran'ean 'river was 'me. with' in' Sc?rembei;, 1901, which causec' serious delay, and for a period .of.'sl months the, total advance .was, onl) irg te.I? mnietres.: ,The': dliicdlties 'a tlil s. ipont wr. sichl as lin'the hand, of ineu'of, less" determinatlioa migh hpve lre ltd :in..the abandoninmnt a the u"nleraadng. ,Not, only was it ne cessi?ry! to close tlmber the. gallery .oa both i'ides and also ,t'the top 'and loo: with' the, heaviestl baulls' of: square itch' pine twenty inches.'thick, bii" whlen these were crushed' into spl'n :ers'aind the gallsery completely bldocked with their:wreckage,,steel girders werc tdoitnldi only. ln their' turri to be dis :orted and dbenit oit'of'shalie: It seem d -.is' if'ino aVallabeie maiteilal could 3e' foind which would stand the enor. imous pressure' of teh rocs,: until stee' girders, forming' a sinare lilaced" side ,y side (the interstices lbeing fille...
SOME REQUISITES FOR SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
SOME REQUISITES FOR SUCCESS. It. should be a man's endeaivor 't work as well without supervision as vith it, to be loyal and to act prompt. y-that. makes' the successful man. "A manipossessed of ambition and e iesire by his efforts and application "o' succeed. is bound to be.recognised md pushed forward. There isn't a doubt about it.'There was never a time wheli young.men had inch an opportunity to win success. The difference between the man that succeeds and the man; that .does not as the difference between a 'man that :hinks about his work and finds out ill there is to know about his job and :hen.does it and the man that is con :ent to. be. a cog and work when he las to work. SA- man. asked a" large employer of abor this question recently: "Out .o .fifty..young men that you employ.how .many will you find that viill take' an' interest in their work, :ryto learn.it and work.at it as faith. fully when they are alone as when :hey are watched?" He.said: "About one.". "How many of the f...
GOLF. PORT FAIRY TOURNAMENT. THIRD DAY. Port Fairy, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
GOLF. ':' POTsiT IAiLY. TOURN SIENT. . r DAY. . ' 1 ort airt 'Jan II 3; S'itoiinli i was iie thiid day of the z.ri ,iirriamiient. and the weither was Sanltul alimost uterfect. indeed none ot . :l prerio?s tourid:nienati hid been" playTed unldar such delialhtful iveather &lt;d.udi;ins. t'lav coinimenced with the Alen's flandica-l stroke play, and #no fi-ver tialit-ai cards were handed ifi.. r. L. "H: Tiroy. ,a'local player, scored n win in this event. his scmre being 98 -l .-- .1 the best card handed 'in was thati (if ir. .r U. .1Meroer who didthe round in 81 oil' scratch. The' airprise o!' he day uais.lr. Jaimes Robertson's' wn' WIor the Club Chamllionship when he succeeded in beatium the Victorian chainvion Ar.' Ivo. Whitton. by one stroke. :Mr. and JMrs.' Rlobertson have certainly carried off the honors of the tournament. the ? latter having won' toe Ladies' Champisnship, and also t-.e Ladies' Handican. 'and both are ti; be eu.iur.atulated on their exception allH line disp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
W1HOOPING COUGI A1\D BRONCHITIS. :. :LITTLE GIRL :SUFFERED FQR . SEVEN MONTHS. , "My little girl, aged two years, had Whoooping Cough and Bronchitis' for 7 months," writes Mrs. F. Lawson. 3 Water-st'reet, Camperdown, N.S.W: i "Sometimes she was o bhad she would ,ill. down with weoakness. Many n timo. I have picked her up, thinking .-?sho wan dead.. She .would hold her breath, and. I would have t9 smack her on the back so as to help her to Sbreathe again. I gave her a number of cough remedies, and I was always taking her .to the dootors, and they gave her many cough remedies, but nothing had ancv effeotwhatever. One ." day 'a lady rcvommended me to try Dr. Sheldons New. Diicovery' arid said it was very. good for Whooping Coo?h; so I got.n bottle n'nd gave hier three arid sometimes five;doses a day. and' it seemed to relieivo her almost 'at once;e and- in a. week's time you .ii'auld: not:knodi"her: ' she did not look. the ssame child. She.is much '"fatter,"i and lias iever coughed sin...
TRAMCAR AND BUGGY. COLLISION AT BALLARAT. MAN SERIOUSLY INJURED. Ballarat, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
TRAMCARAND BUGCY OOLIysN ATS11ALLARAT :MAN SEr .--.,SLY E. | D.,.. "':' . '* "' ; ='? ; BallaJrat, nan. . e:,..' collis o . curr do :6 Saturdav Sriglgt; a"t alnlarat\',v'at-. - ,ctwe'ei a- k . t'am'. cmr dri'iveli, by, Jolhin McHutchin aon-" :-nd i h'g',y cbiaiciu'ng1i"ressrs.' *-;dua*id"__,i l'.Ibi,,,y-, Harry .White 'and. u .yi.' .Duine as seriously injured. . l- .suifoerig' from ai fractured;rib' and. ro?ssion. White's. head ,was ".a:"'3,llhteliuiim'sUi'?i-red from slight Maeuii,"6i-: 'la girl unas ,iniured..
WOMAN BATHER RESCUED SUBSEOUENTLY DIES OF HEART FAILURE. Melbourne, Dec. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
WOMAN BATHER RESCUED SUBSEOUENTLY I)IES OF HEART FAILURE. Melbourne. Dec. 4. While a married woman named Ellen Dalev. who lived at Brunswick, was bathinl at Elwood to-day. she got out of her deDthll " Her husband went to her assistance and rot her ashore. but she succumb ed subseoaentlr to heart failure. "Are you sure this milk is free from germs?" inquired the cautious young housekeeper. "Yes," lady," replied the nilkmtian unguardedly; "we boil every drop of water we use." There are microbes, so I see, Germlets in a kiss; Maybe so, but they imut h? Bacilli of bliss. Crimson Rambler: "Arg you burn ing gasoline in dat automobile, mis ter?" Sparks: "No, my friend; I'm trying alcohol just for an experiment." Crimson Rambler: "I thought so. -Would you mind me hangin' on behind for a mile or so, just for do smell?" "Did you know that Mrs. Skinner los pneumonia and is not expected t6' live?" "No; hor did she take cold?" "She got her feet. wet going round trying to find where she could buy...
WHENCE IT COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 5 January 1914
* WHENCE IT COMES. The secret of good manners is un. selfishness.. Those. who live a life oi service .for .their. fellow-men have nc rouble about their politeness. Natural. .polfteness. springs from a cindly heart. The polish that is ac uiired from education.is. but a veneer, uid cannot well stand the wear and ear of life. No amount of education in cous esy, either at'home or in school,.will nable 'the average person to bear pa lently an unjust criticism or disagree able remaik... Only the patience of a cindly spirit can do that.