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INTERSTATE CRICKET. SOUTH AUSTRALIANS CHOSEN. CAPTAINCY IN QUESTION. Adelaide, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
INTERSTATE. CRICKET. SOL TH AUSTR.ALIANS CHOISEN. CA'TAINCY IN QUESTION. Adelaide, Jan. 5. • Soab Australia's team to meet New South Wales in the match to be start w on Friday,has.been selected. Th- . players :are: Crawford, Chlm lorlein, .Clem Hill.Kirkwood, Mayne, Moyes, Peflow; Rundell, D. M. Steele, Whitty. and fWincer. . Hill has bebd.chosen by the selectors who picked the-team. which went to the eastern States, and of which he was .not, a member.' It is" generally understold that, as there are no races ,next week eiid to take Hill away in his capacity as stipendiary. steward, he, will play, and cricketers are won dering whether hq will be chosen as captain or ",lhther the team will stand by Mayen. Whether Whitty will play or not vill iiot be known for a-day or.two. -He rei.ently secuid? employment in one of the big softgoods establish ments, and was taken on with the understanding that, he could not ex pect to be continually getting away for five or.si. ildas.consecutively, to...
HOW £10 BECAME £5000. IN CANADIAN FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
HOW £10 BECAME £5000, IN OCNADIAN FAllMING. Mr. .- F. nHarman,,an Irish. settler in Canada, whose farm is just six miles north of the city of North Bat tleford, Saskatchewan, makes the following statement showing how su: Less attends effort in the Dominion: .[1 left my home in Glengarriff, Co. Cork, Ireland, in the year 1900, emi grating toCanada, and settled in the North Battleford district in 1903. lly ?apital amounted to 50 dols (£10). I homesteaded .160 acres, getting tlis land free after living ;on it for six months in each of the three consecu tive years and starting to' work the = lind. 'Theo first summer after taking up my homestead I worked on the Dominion'.Lands Survey iii the Turtle iako district, and' earned sulfficient to buy a teai of horses. In two weeks with this, teamI earned 50,dols., and Spid-it down as a deposit for a second team. I then .started freighting lie tween Battleford and Saskatoon, with' the rbsult thait'I earried sufficient cash in six months to pay t...
BUSINESS BARON. AUSTRALIA VISITED. BEST WOOL TO BE BOUGHT. Melbourne, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
BUSINESS BARON. AUSTRALIA VISITED. BFST WOOL TO BE BOUGHT. l'Melbourne. Jan. 5. "I have. comeiout here for ,wool the blest' ;wol: :the wol' that, my, firmi ' alits: -aid I shall'he lierei, two mibriths getting it.'" was: Lorid Rochdale's re ply.d tb aQuetioii this morning ;on board the'Morear. ' . -? LordRochdale is a' leasing person alitr. and smiled most cheerfully when the fateful election of 1911 was men tioned. It :was then that he defeated. Mir.'A. Bonar Law. Leader.:of.. the House of Coinmois Opposition, 'and probably the next Conservative Prime 2hiriistAr. - " .You know.," continued Lord Roch dale. "North-West Manchester. is a thorouehl?Coinfervative seatsand the victory was welcome to the Liberals. For'niarnv'vears. I think alwiys. with the exceDtion of. the: three months .when. Mr. Winston. Churchill won in the ~iereat Liberal unheaval, the con stituencr has been Conservative.". .Lord, Jochdale. declined to discuss the British volitical position. or Mr. Lloyd Georee, br. l...
WHOOPING COUGH AND BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
WHOOPING COUGH.. AAD S ,'f' ,BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRLL..SUFFERED FOR. S .,SEVEN MONTHS. JiMy little girl, aged tio'yeom, Ihad .W:Vhoopiing, ough and Bronchitis for.'7 .'iio?iths." wr*ites Mrs. F.. Lawson, ..3 Water-street, Camperdown, N.S.W. !Sometimes she was -so bad'shotwould kill downl with .weakness. Many ,a timed, 1 haidvoe ickesi' her: up, ithinking s ie wans dead. She would hold her broathli^iil a cviiald havb to ,smack her on thofback sb as to help ;her to i breathe again.: I gave her a number. of cougiit remiedies, iiand I b?ra ahlays tit1iing hsi to thClio dotois, and they gave 'her' essaycough remedieis, but ndothing lk d y!any effedt whatevedi r. One Sdar ?atlady recommenided nme rto try " Dr. Sheldon'i Now Discovery .and ,'saul' it Ws very gap:d for Whooping SCooduh, I got a bottle sod gave her: three and sometimoe;fs'ivo doses a day, antFditsetnemed h-oi relieve , er ;almost at once, and iii' aweoek's timo you w ild"i'ot knibo her;'; Slie ,did -not look the .same cluld:...
"PEDIC POMADE." [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
PEDIC.POMADE." One appliation desroy .head. er min-?l, s h its, ,heals :atores ,.cures Ringworm., If offered substituto9 e°3 distinctly NO I Dpugall. nd 'Eaten, Chemists, Warrnambood," senl "Pedio" 1, 21, 3/6; and with nit comb 6d more.
WHY MR. BILLSON WAS EXCLUDED. Bright, Jan. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
WHY "MR.. BI,LLSON WAS EXCLUDED: !v'?f..- ='-"" Bridiht Jan 4::: 4?. On Fridav ~evnine Lr; ?.,?. Bill-, son meta numiler of his.suipoiters at 'Bright. iind .'dirine ,the .coiurse of':n. address'referred at length.to his 'non inclnsion ii the,, reconstructed.iui att governiment M. ? .-Billsin ?tated;thlat 'personallý lie d i'no i-egrts at not boe inc included : i,?thenewi team, biut af ter five 6iears' . dilinistratibion of. four departments. which ho'claimedliid not lacked.in .vior oriiijudgment?.he felt thaift his constituency: had- received a reliuff: .His onlyvcomnilaint. ivasthe .aqt in which lie w??s disposed of., .e ,hid received no intimatiori from the ,i-I-:--'.''"/,' .Premier either before or since why he was .excluded.. Mr. Watt .had onl: re cently. at a public function at Beech ,worth euloaised his work. He appear ed;to bethrown out simply to gratify the wishes of 'the pursuini wolves. He would still maintain his attitude of a democratic' Liberal. but he believed the iece...
THE POTATO AS A FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
THE POTATO AS A FOOD.. Potatoes.enter so. nuch more into dietary in. Ireland than in any other country tlhatany experiment as to its food-value must interest the:poople. The potato is lacking in albumen,and was always -held by the majority if medical ,men to be the purest offoods. Opinions hlavo recently been expres sed that it is unwholesome. A Danish doctor experimented recently on him self and his gardener to prove that albumen is not.necessary tor the main tenance of human physique.Since 1895, hle writes, ho livid for stretches of three to six months on a diet which most of the time consisted of pota toes only, and on the remaining days of potatoes flavored with a little but ter and milk. . Dr. Hindehede declares that lie suf fered. in 'noway.from this diet, and that he maintained his weight andt strength unimpaired. His gardener coosented to have the experiment tried oni him, and he subsisted for 300 days on an exclusive potato diet. Hlis food consisted of 9 lbs. of potatoes pe...
THE POLICY SPEECH. MR WATT AT ESSENDON. LEGISLATION OUTLINED. THE FORTHCOMING SESSION. "HARD PRACTICAL WORK." Melbourne, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
MR. ?ATT AT ESSENDON. SLEGISLATIdON OUTLINED . rýTHE FORTHCOMING SESSION" "HARD PRACTICAL WORK". - . Ml?elbouiirne: Ja?rin: 5. Thle ':Premier uniifolded the policy sneech of.the Government at`the New Hall. Essendoni. to-night. The build in- was crowded, and most of _Mr. Watt'sa colleaigues. were on .the plat form.`:, 1 .",: , . ::. :.The.Premier. referring to the events which followed the defeat of his Go vernment. said. that' when.:he lodged a want .of confidenice motion there fol lowed a. dandlemonium of anger:'and abuse that hald.never been- equalled in the annals of Parliament.-The Liberals were accused of treachery. and: bad faith and statements were made that 1 mysterious -romises of support had i been given. In substance those state ,meiits. were false. but- even; if they 1 were true. thev. afforded no justifica. 1 tion for the undemocratic' attitude of the urofessed democrats who made them. The Labor uartvyemerged from I thee struagle for office lowered in the 1 estimation o...
POLICE PAY FOR ERROR. MAN ACCEPTS SOLATIUM. Melbourne, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
POLICE ,PAY FOR ,ERROR. . lelrbourne, .Jai. 5.i Having' proved thq.t, h6.iass'"riot Sp irks, .the '.. prison-breaker; Jsaoes Albert, Griffiths (or dEdward .0'Ž1l) was e"iabled to go free on . ?iturday. lo-day he' is .4 making ,airranfgmellts to return to his fairm ait Oigo :nd this morning he accepted £26': . from the police as.:s solatinm...: : Griffiths cilled at' the detectivf of fice, nd '.ivas questioned rgadrdiig the state of ,his finhinces.,; :He oripresed his willingness: tbi accept a sum'ieqial to the e"cpenso to which ho hid been put owing to tl:, actidon of the police In apprehoindingod .deotaining hinm, siid fixed theamouniit: t £26.,.....
WARRNAMBOOL RACE ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
1 WAIitNAjIIJOdi(. RACE ENTRIES. , Horse owners. trainers and others illterestedl are relminlded that enCoics for: the W4rrhan;bool Racitig--hilb's Sumnmer lleetijn to be held on Satur Sda. lth in?t.. rlose with the ' ecre tare. - r. A. H. Davies to-morrow (venlllOl at six o'CIOCkh. The stakes for nost of the events on the pro. L'ramllie hlave been sosstantiallv in (crease. tile Sulom er Handicap il~ing or worthl i seoas.. and the Hurdle Ra:e stakn ins 6 sotis. Owners and iothers forwa:,rdiniu tries should hear ill illnldl thajt tln. Oeiiialrv fees mulst iat'eolllnallv tile entry ill evrery inlstance otllerwise it (cailnlt. 1tIndCr the new rllhe. . :crrlented. Entries fromnt t others cctirtr s ale, g the Hamilton lino Sshoullh li Hst led to-night in order that they liar reach tile secretary before closing timun to-lllorrllv.
WIRELESS IN COUNTRY. WORK TO BE PUSHED ON. Melbourne, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
WIRELESS IN COUNTRY. WORK TO BE PUSHED ON. . elboure,' J.in. 5. Good progress -is being mnido with tho,erecti6n of the wireless sttiont at Casterton. When completed it will'Jink the Oasterton aid Straflidownie. disGficts. It will be tihe firstof hep ;wireIlss sta tions whicli it is lpropoted to set' up in the .b?ck, country s distripts, :iid which will co?ifer on tho remote parts of the State the benefits of telegra phic. communicationi ,- . Thel cost of thoroonstructibon of-tho stationiit Castertoiniwillo:be about £200, which.is a-great:deal less'- than if the old system of pole and wire-had beeni relied-uponi. -It :jditlioelpolicy of Mr. Agar..Wynne, the Postinaster-Ge neral,to have"the erection of. these wireless :stations pushed. ahiedil as quickly as the department can under take the work.,- ,: .;
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
I'OLICE COURT. There wI o s oUlIV a fillall nulmher of ur lllil, "t:it Js s listed for thil local n 1 olhe Court yesterdav. when Mr. E - Wi lliams. P 1. oresi(ded. and i"ost of n those listed wori, settled out of court. It. R. M1cfarln obt:litill?l no order o 3a- illst jIinlipl .acpiiinarman. J11n., for 1.5. iwith ].1 ''sts. n1(t Viii. Kearn:i WcIs ltld i! for failio L, to ca:uls Il clild to -ittel,, selhool reutolarly.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
PERSONAL. . Miss.Delahuntv. who same. mni?ths avo left Colac to oursue her studies in Melbourne under orivateteachers, has succedded ijn passine all suhiects in the Senior Public examination except one. Unfortunatel.. :on the day oon,.which this subiect (aluebra)- was taken she *ioas very ill. other'wise she would pro batll have passed .in all. This is an extremely creditable, performance .as she has .had ciily three months' tu itiin. t jiowr.remains for her tiq.eg,up in February to fiiidlly pass preparatory to einterine the University.
THE DANDIES RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
'lIHE )DANDIES IIETUIl1. SDirect fronm Eniland. with all the very latest ideas. iiinumbers anld novel ties. .Mr. lEdward irauscolllbo's New 'mglish Costlllle Coimieidy Campany, The Dandies. is i'akiing a living visit to the illl?lrtant o'erlanld towns prior to il|eliij? its liOi sullf nlmer season at Sydney. 'lThere is reason for all things, and tlhe reahsonl that The Dandies are iaklin their first auIpearance in Aus tr'aima in hie ecountriy towTis is bpecauso their Sllnev Theatre-owin. to cer taiil illllrsee]n intidleilts.-is not yet colnrietm.d The record busilless achiev ed ri this coianylii sinc, e its arrivel ik Australlia is soalel duo to the corn I)ihlV ('os nI)illsniiHs Ixcelleunie and cer tain tins tessellntial to this type of ell tertaiment--nothing, dull, uothilln+ stale, nothin, taistwd. notiting vul ar. 'The miIanimaient ainert thiat the whole shonv ?oes with it clock-like recilarikt that hal:s lot yet bee?i eaualled in Allstralia. 'The artiets work toethler with heart ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
TO-DAY'S ADPERTISING. A:::'NNOUNCEMENTS. : : Messrs. O'Brien Bros. advertise de tails of a sale of land they will hold at their Koroit Sale Yards on 'Thursday, Mlr. W' H: Phildott. Kepler-street; publishes a ,list' of properties which he has for sale: lThe Town Clerk inotifies that all li censes for lackney 'carriages, .drivers: noxious trades. etc.. must. be renewed not later than 15th l ist. a : t : SEmerv's advertie thatthey aren f fering special bargains in every de partment.. : " A: sale? of_ furniture ? ill be held- at. the Exchange Mart to-morrow after noo . ,, , ........ 'Accouiints owsiin by teliT Winslosvfl'c.h ins- Club should be rendered at once to the secretary. Trl'enders for i?dditions to villa uit Russell's Creek close with M1r.J ?J." Fdorrester at' five a.m. to-dayv."'" '?" Messrs. O'Brien Bros. invite tenders .for ,leasinv. the .uroerties knowi as T. 'G: Kelly's. at'Purnim:na . MELSOM. HEMMONS, ,, Dentist, Pimor-street, Wairrnambool;, Attends DAILY' at his Surgery....
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
A.N.A. The ordinary meetine of the Warr inmbool Branch of the A.N.A was held at the Oddlfellows' Hall last even ing. The President. Mlr. It. White, beim: in the chair. Three new mem bers were elected durin, the evening. and one pronosal for membership was received.. During, general businees. Messrs. H. Sizeland and H. Lord made reference to the sanitary ar ramnenments at. thle beechc. They refer red to the arranuements as being most unsatisfactory and had heard several com?laints from visitors with regard to same. Aftei some discussion, .Mr. Deansr romised to look into the mat ter' and brinie it before the Council for consideration. Messrs. Deiny and G. G; Grifliths were' candidates for the vacancy of branch trusteo on the F.SR Park connniittee and on a ballot being taknc 'lMr. Deanv was dclly elected by a large maiority of votes. Mr. D)eany suitably srestianded and thankedthe llefynbers' for electing him as their re nresentativc.' The syllabus item took tlie;form'of "Holidai' Remin...
"THE INLANDER." [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
"'THE INLANDER.!' "The Inlanderii,is the:name of mna iazine to be issued indrterly byth Home Missioni Board of the Presiv teriani Church of Australia. The first issue is'iust to liandi.: It" iseditetl,by: the liei; Johnl Filyinand' the .mnga zmne orhmes?ilonp' "to make. us discover in spite of onrselves, the ireaterpart, geographically at least: of the. lind we live-in." It consists of, a series'of adinirably written, articles, withi a scoreolr'so ofiunioue and beautifully printed photograohs depicting life:'as its is.lived.-in the inland places that are..a hiindredl ,;r two hundired miles. from anywliere. iand where the sickly and oamnered'sentiment, of the sityis' anu-alien thini..' It is'h inaeazine com piled .by a mian .i;h has lived his litera ture.` wiho has seen.' and felt, and heard--wlho has striven and suffered who has acconinlished', in .'thie fice of tremendous odds:exerted by-sand and silence uodl .iiterminiablo distances.:His is.a messaeo,bia withilione. palpitant with...
HUMANE AIGRETTE PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
HUMANE AIGRETTE'PRIZE. A uri.e of ''400 ollereO bv.tle fea-! ther niiihulints iof- Frane t'o anvyon who will devise. Withili tihe next eiglht years::a niethod.of keeinilu'.in captivity Stlihe. eietre. *from' whili Itlhe ';'phiies "5iowoi as iliirettes'are tikeii' in slch n iwav that the bird will silrvive pluck I it'-Thieset delicat'e ulusiheesiave6 be coiiie, so iOUiai tl!t it there is daniger :'th it lthe'eCret. Inv become e.tinct.-"