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TOWN BAND BLUE AND GOLD CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
TOWN BAND :BLUE?AND GOLD . ..ARNIVALs.".. The.nieetingconvenedfor last night at the ,Towii Bdnd room to, make- ar rangeameits.for. tie blue and gold car nival was .attended by, a large number of enthusiiistii frieantand supporters of the,band...Numerous details calcu lated to ensure the success of the ef fort were discussed and decided upon, and confidence was expressed that the carnival would be of a most successful chiracter. The object of the under takin; is to relieve the band of a long standing debt, and to give the re cently-formed.town committee afresh start with the band's: finances. The Mayor (Or. A. F. iiandmann), wiho is also President of the bhand, occupied the:chair, and.the Mayoress was also present. In . addition to several at tractive stalls, it was decided to pro vide a first-class picture display. All the ladies present. undertook to look after the-various stalls, and the piblic are now fsked to respond freely to the appeal on,.behalfof so worthy-anr in "ititutioii...
HENRY LAWSON'S STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
HENRY LAWSON'S STORIES. A new edition has lust .been pub lished'by Anius and Robertson Ltd., Sydneyv..of Henriv Lawson's four vol umes of'Australian stories at 3/6 each, uniformni vith. the new and cheaper edition of thile "Snowy River" series. Thle titles of.the four books are: While the Billy Boils: On the Track and Over the Sliorails: Children of the Bush: and Joe Wilson .and His Mates. The works of 'this author are so well and favorably known thht comment is almost unnecessary. They have been received in terms of high uraise, both in Australia and in the old country, a ciliirhcteristic notice leinr the critique of The Academn of Wait Till the Billy Boils. which it describes as 'tA book of Honest. direct. symnathetie. humorous ' ritind hbout Australia from.within which is wortli'a library of travellers' tales. . The result is a real book a book in a hundired. His language. is terse. supnle, and richly idiomatic.Ho can tell a Varn 'with .the best." We anticinate a good demiiand fo...
INTERRUPTED WEDDING. BRIDEGROOM AN ESCAPED PRISONER. DETECTIVES SEEK TO CAPTURE HIM. A RUSE THAT, FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
INTERRUPTED WEDDING.C " SBRIDEGROOMr A ENSCA,! P . . ? SE^..LE.. -. ,. "_? ,, SClever' arrangeients which. Ietctivcs' -madle ,for a captiire-fruis rated a weddiiit ceremoill w.iiil fhma b Isavtbten periiifrmed.at Gore-stret. ritzoy? 0oi. Saturiday?-niiglit,~itnd.Jdft o 'd.sappinted. ou: e'l woman,. l e: : bride?-xo ,becrylng sorrowfuilyvf on tlie 'doortep of. a minist'eir' iome'o nlad the wedding takenplace an .n lovable evening'. would. .lave, beict idpeiit, is. the bridal pliartywerie sup ported by several friends,lwose wishls were for happiness and iiot.ilisaster; Tl'li bride was a -young womran ibt -; .whdo was recenitly reiiindedTlat ti ity. Court under;the. name of ,':.in nie Clark; .her intended- husband wa; ohn Clark. who also figured 'in tLie court recenitly,aid the oiticiating clei gynian, would .havc been a m.nister whd lives at Gore-street, FitLroy. lit detectives, who dramiaticallyr , s .opl?p. the function, were )-etectives luaniiii iiand Mercer. Unluckily for thein,, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
..GLAD TIDINGSS! GLAD TI INGSrF! THE DANDIES! TH. DANDIES TOWN IIHALL, WARRNMBOL, THURSDAY FRIDAY, 15Tn 16if: JjaNUAR .1914, -? MR. EDWARD BRANSCOMBE. Will Present His ENTIRELY NEW ENGLISHI COSTUME COMEDY 1CO1.NY, :A' Combination cf English Entertainers, in the Latestv'L a ldonand ."T. American; Successes. REHLIEIBER; TWO NIGH'S ONLY:, DO-IOT FAIL TO ShE THEMI. SPrices,;'31' 21,, I Box Plan at W l'ter Daeio s'.?es - " d.+ HARRY Y. SCALES ap . .WVHOOPING COUGH. "My little boy had whooping cough very badly," says Mrs. A. Henderson;, The People's' Store, ,47. Elgen Road; Mornington, ,NZ.Z "I tried several coughh medicines. without any of, them doing him any.good,," then I triedI ,Ohambrlain'a Cough fRemedy and he go~ imniiediate .rliof,: Since. then .I have aln ays kept a bottle. of this ,wonderful. medicine by.mo and recom 'ielid it to everyone." Sold by. all ohemists and storekeepers:' . SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEAD ACHES. ,- "I highly recommend Cliamberlain's Tablets to anyone .who. suf...
THE WEATHER. RAINS IN NORTH. Melbourne, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
T'HE WEATHER. RAINS : IN NORTH. z eyIlbourne, Jan :S.5 -The-weather-was delightfully -fine it the .iietropolis to-day,ý clear ?akies ,idu:coolr : southerly winds making it pleasant " to bo out of doors. H: A Mr.-H. A. Hunt. Commnonwealth :leteorologist, stited :*that the o.'ea her in:n ictoria was being controlled - by n =indifferent: high. pressure, ex -tending :over the .southern shores of. Australia. Tliis would cause the con ilitions to continue fine, with westerly wiilds aird. moderate- temperatures: Mr. Hunt added-that the storm that had been .operating off the north-east eoaist: of, Queensland had worked in land.- causing very . he.vy ,rain., At Ilrock's Creek 16 inches :of rain wre recorded, while Darwin iand Catherine each' had falls of six inchies.
AUSTRALIA AND CANADA VIEWS OF A VISITOR. OUR DEFENCE SYSTEM. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
AUSTRALIA=AND ~ CANADA VIEWSOF K VISITOR. "* OUI 'DEFENbE SYSTEI ~: ., (Reuter's 'Telegram.).. . '. London =Jan. 5. The Hon. G.. E Foster Canadian Minister for. Trade aniid Coim'erce airived in ILondon' to-day tos attend the aittings of the Empire Trade Coin mission, of which iho is inmeniber; In an intervi6 e here 'this :noiening he saidthat the informal negotiations :for, a: ysteni of, preference betweeon Canhda and Australia bad made" fav oiable progiess, but tho chadlgo'of Governm.ent"in Australia haid 'pre cluded'any definite arrangement besng arrived at ..Hb thought that senti ment..in Australia was iii favor .of prefeorene between .the Donmnions.. ,:iMr.Foste? went on to. say that.the great majority, of Canadians were in favor of the Borden, naval measure, but it remained to be seen what action would bhe.taklen on the re-assembling of ,the Canadian Parliament. on the 15th instant. Mr. Foster. added that on his visit to? ustralssia last. year he: had. been greatly impressed by...
INDUSTRIAL STRIFE. SOUTH AFRICAN SITUATION. MINERS ARRANGE GENERAL STRIKE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Capetown, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
INDUSTRIAL STRIFE. SOUTH AFRIOAN SITUATION. MINERS ARRANGE GENERAL STRIKE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Capetown,,Jaun.5. i ..The industrial ,situation in Soutlh Africa is again giving rise to great anxiety.. Unrest among the, railway men is.inereasing.:A nmeting of rail way. workers held in Protoria to-day adopted a resolution. requesting th, 'rime Minister-to abandon the policy of retrenchment. Several of tlie Natal collieries-have been. thrown idle, the meno having eo fused to work until these demands are granted. .These include a request for 18/ a day, with overtime at tho rate of time and a half: The employers are prepared to give 17/, a day for a 37 hours' week, with time and a quarter for. overtime.. The miners of Johannesburg are arranging a general strike to comn mence.on, Wednesday next unless a settlement, is arranged in Natal in the interim.
TURKISH CABINET. CHANGE AT WAR MINISTRY. Constantinople, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
TURKISH OCABINET, HA-NGE AT WAR MIINISTRY. COonstantinople,.:Jan..5.; General ..Izet, Pasha, the..Trkish Minister:for, War, has.resigned. The noted,.soldior,..Enver Bey,. is to.suc ceed him at the Ministry for.War..; Though the population generally;;is satified.with the Ipurchase.. ofl. the Dreadnought Rio deo Janeiro, financial circles are perturbed . :: . 1he. appointment of Enver. Bey.. as Minister. of..War is. viewed with some misgiving, inasmucc l as it is consider d.he is.favorable toGormany's glow ing aspirations in the Levant. : Enver Bey, told an interviewer that he enters the Cabinet tolely as' fac tor in -militaiy reorganisation for de fensive purposes exclusively.
GUARDING THE CZAR. SOLDIERS' TERRIBLE ORDEAL. MANY LIVE LOST. (Reuter's Telegram.) St. Petersburg, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
CUARDING THE CZARi SOLDIERS' TERRIBLE ORDEAL. iANY LIVES LOST. (Reuter's Telegram.) St..-Petorsburg, Jan. 5. ' Th' Czar.travelled from, Moscow to' St. Poetebburg.l-s"t.eok, and aisutial theeontire. railway, route was goaprded by.solliors stationed a few foet apart. '..Ufifortunatelf hdavy snowatorms woreo experienced, while -tho.,journey ,,eas being: made, and.tho'soldierilsut ,feoed soeveirelv.. ~an of?them, wan dored on to the track in a dazed con dition; and were killed by passing trains.
BRAZILIAN DREADNOUGHT VICE-ADMIRAL ARRESTED. CRITICISING THE GOVERNMENT. (Reuter's Telegram). Rio de Janeiro, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
BRAZILIAN DREADNOUCHT VIOE-AD IRAL .iAiRESTED. CRITICISING THE GOVERN MENT. (Rejiter's Telegram). Rio de Janeiro, Jan. 5. The Brazilian Government. disclaims any connectiori with the sale. of the battleship Rio de Janeiro, which the builders, Messrs. Sir W. G. Arm strong, Whitworth and Company, have sold to Turkey. The, Govern ment points out that the vessel. was entirely at the disposal of the build erg. Vice-Admiral Huetbacellar, formerly chief of the Commission, which super visedthe construction of .the Rio de Janeiro, has been arrested for criticis ing the action of the Government ;n parting with the vessel, which action, Vice-Admiral Huetbacellar. considers, has injured the prestige of Brazil. , Messrs. 'Sir W G. GArnstrong,Whit worth and Company haoe undertaken to construct another Dreadniughtfor Brazil without loss to the Brazilian Treasury.
THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
STHE FLOWER .GARDEN. T'hrips lavo been, and are still, very troublesomc. 'This pest- is somewhat dillioult to deal-with, on account of thoir.habit of crawling into the cen tre of white or light-colored blooms and sucking thi juice out of the pet als.- This causes. tie flowers to-turn a dirty brown coloF. InJ some instances they dio boforo to floweor is fully openl oho insects aro very iniute: the eggs are vely small, cylindrical, and round at one end. From thenm issue little larv-o quite as active as their parents. When the insects are fully grown thlir wings are long,- narrow and lie flat on their back when at rest. They are surrounded with ciliie. or hairs, giving them the appearance of tassels. .Various ''reedies have been tried, the best of which, nccord ing to 3Mr. French, the Government Entomologist, are as follows: 'Benzole emulsion is a patent preparation. which can be obtained from any seed merdhant, the cost of whlich is very small. Ono tilnfull will, when diluted. mako 20...
TRADE COMMISSION. ITINERARY FOR 1914. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
TRADE, COMMISSION. ITINERARY FOR 1914. (Renter's Telegram.) SLondon .-Jan:-5: The Dominions Trade . ommission, which:.visited Australia during .1913, wills resume.:its .sittings to-morrow, when consideration will be given to the interim: report.:. . .. -The Commssion will 'conclude the taking of evidence inGreat Britain in :ebruary, ?nd, then the members .will go on to South Africa. After a stay of two montls. in the Union, the Commission proceeds to Oanada,where it is due to arrive in July. SCENES AT A FUNERAL. FRENCH MUSIC HALL ARTIST. . DISGiRAOEFUL: CONDUO OF THE CROWD. (Reuter's Telegram.) Paris,- Jan. 5., The funeral of Fragston, the well known music hall artist, who wasi murdered by, his' aged father -a. few days ago;, took place, yesterday, .and. was marked by disgraceful scenes. -, Thousands of people struggled viad lently to seek a~' coign of vantage: SWhen the funeral procession reached the church,women and children broke through the cordoni of police and tore pieces from...
THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
S6trau' borrp'pj ntnatiiofif;are oftjq. neglectld -ftr'tlio 1-,iong. crop lis been gathered;thi is a? mistake. for. if 'given generous- treitment- and the pliintf?kept growing aloni,; n very fair Sa?tiimni' crop may be 's?ured. This i, well wortl the, attention rif'private grovea. If :in increa'sedstock of diW arablo.sorts is wanted, the prrona?an tion of .the 'best runnPrs .Fiould now be. taken in hand. T)ig and manurr tlh imOacn sbetw?een the 'iants, but do not dig too deeply or yet too close to tle crowns.' Select only the best. rtm ners, and only' allow two uhnts fi> 4~cll wire. As sopn as the plants show a ilesire to mUake roots, lay tiles or stonesugin91l tie ru.nners near to thf youngi lahnts to favor the. rocsi. 'l;+* n ieiater iay, will lkto ,tep.themzdow.. Soii" grow -i'n ecsbtrrniiiih tlhe renmovil of the strawsbrrvy plainttion every thrPe years, .I' is a.. betteir aliai 1ý nsako a smalli nlnnto.ttion diiritiall',-ar', at thio sae finididestrov ail old pt'n-, tation, t...