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MODERN SPORT. CLERGYMAN'S DENUNCIATION. THE BLIGHT OF PROSPERITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
JODERN SPORT. . CL ER I f?AS D)ENUNCI ATION. THlEs Il HTI OFPRiOPERllTY. Se. rak reliig iu.ol lee.Chuirch. Pari-ille-'.is Sulilay f n in .lecl.ird ithia MIr.' Ari'lrew Ginegie.?.dictiul. "tt liiel df pub I eiiti*thiiimeiit -- Sirlkili,";was-pn-. iieitl' true io Australia.' Lascivious daiimnizilie ;said .wis thefassiohoi it IIr r'ioUs of soiiiun meni and iSomen parade'tlhd .enclies toiether iiin a smi-itiile conditiiii'' W'eliad not only "ishiked batjiiii ,lit mli esmixd canmp. ,.' er.. aiil ir.; MIilne.. I-.; i l.gi e it' ?er'fraiikh" :: Tliis fh in- :is-simpl" aboimiinationi: destricrtisye noritnl!" of n lirdi6r;r serise of dectiicc;.: but"also':df that' siibit of :inode.stVi whicih, in, the cas"-e f iia:ouiie woman esneci ay, is lie hest'defence ind chiefest'glo ry." A'.!A Blondliin o '' tiht, rope,; the soeaker' cnhtintied. ."ifiilk chiariiing; rantirie' comDetitions;i 'ridinsg a cycle round a rine at 80 miles an i:hur- these ? re:tlg itterests that:thousiinds seek to fill-un the...
THE BALKANS. ENTENTE PARTNERS DISPLEASE RUSSIA. INSINCERITY ALLEGED. (Reuter's Telegram.) St. Petersburg, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
- THE BALKANS. . r , ENTENTE PARTNERS DIS. PLEASE RUSSIA. :',INSINOERITY ALLEGED. ...(teuter's ...Telegram.) . .,, : St i.Petersb'urg, -3ai. 5.' TliS?:fL: Petorsbit-"n'.'etch," in an artiaci, whidi is rearded as emphasis inig t~h;iie'is of M. Sazonott, the Ruviian Foreign Minister, accuses Franci d England of insincerity iii :connection W it the. Russian .. protest against the Geiman military missiod to re-oraanis tile Turkisli aniy, and also in regard.to the Albanian . ind Aegean questions. THE AEGEAN QUESTION: Beilii,; .,JHii. o.5:. "To "Noith" Germa Giazette" de clared yete?iday that the Aegean ques tion would be solved, by an.interchange of views betieen the, Great' Pboierg insteid of by 'the exchinge of notes betveen. the, Triple. Alliance, and ithe riplo Entente,..which, has been? pro ceedings for som 'time past.,.
SCENE IN COURT. THE MAYOR OF PORT MELBOURNE. REBUKED BY MR. TANNER. P.M. Melbourne, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
SCENE IN COURT. - THE, MAYOR. OF PORT M'EL S 'BOUIRNE. RIEBUKED1BY MR. TANNER; P.M. Melbouni: Ja ~.iin '. aIn tho Poart Melbourne Cor iiito day, --Cr. .1iPgo . Myor of Port 3(el bourne, came into collision with Mr. 'Taniher ;,P. L.. Tho; a?yor'ssnfi aid tlire other lad w'ere fiiio5/d' 5 oac: for playing cards` for moniiey in a public reserve. 'The: lIds pleaded gu:. ty;lutf' the Mayor interfered,' anl soaid they woer only, playing .fo: money for kola - He poi5istoed:in interjecting, jand Mr. ,Tanner wa:rned'him. that he had no locus standi, and finally ordered:him to keep siltence and lto remove his hat is~ho-lof'th mcourt; . ,
POINT LONSDALE TRAGEDY HERO WELCOMED. ADVICE OF SERVICE. Ballarat, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
POINT LONSDALE TRAGEDY HERO WELCOMED. ADVICE OF SERVICE. Ballarat, Jan. 5. ; Mr. A. Ii. David chairman of the Ballarat Stock Exchange,.and one of the heroes of the Poiiit Lonsdalo tra gedy, in which two lives were lost un saturday,reached Ballarat by the first train this morning and attended the midday meetinig'of:.the Exchange. Mr. T. G.Bunce said that they wero glad to see Mlr. David back again if ter,,histerrible, experience, and were gratifiedl,to knoI .tiat at a.least onescf thei niumtiber ias prepared ,to risk his life in the= effort to -save another.;i :;Mri. David;, in responise, asaid,. thit his liart' in- the affair :as" one that he did not care to talk about.He was sor ry :t?ata.twoalives had:been lost; ,and wden;in .difficulties :iiinselfhle thought it' ililkelyitliat .ha... would,.bh,baek among theni'ag~~in,but he ras tliank fuil lh haid.been. spared. When, e took garl.in .a.siniilar iaffiir, t?o ySers..ago iePwasadvisedtito lie on his back if,.e got into ? difficilfies...
A UNITED CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
A UNITD CABINET. " The .'Daily Chronicle'l declars that the; Cabinet is united on the question of armaments .: .,The Lsame journal ,.instanceo..3 r. Ohurchilk's.speeches in :the House of ,Comninons ion the.29th March; ' aid' at the Alexandra Palace on the 15th No vember'; also: Mr. Asquith's speeches at the Guildhall and Leeds. r The '"Chronicleo" adds that Mr. Lloyd. George, though strongly con vincedtof-the value of improved rela tions with Germanv, did not siugp-st thore .was any doubt - regarding 'the continued efficiency and importance of the Triple Entente.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
DEATH. &nbsp; NICOL.--At Dennington, on the 5th January, Ellen, relict of the late Gideon Nicol, aged 70 years. &nbsp; R.I.P. (The funeral will leave her late residence, Dennington, at Two o'clock This Day (Tuesday) for the Tower Hill Cemetery). &nbsp; RUNDELL & SON, Undertakers.
NAVAL ARMAMENTS. MR. LLOYD GEORGE CAUSES COMMOTION. CONTINETNAL CRITICISM. (Reuter's Telegram.) Rome, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 6 January 1914
NAVAL ARMAMENTS. MR. LLOYD GEORGE CAUSES COMMOTION. CONTINETNAL CRITICISM. (Reuter's Telegram.) Rome, Jan.5 Some of the leading press organs, commenting on the reported Minister ial differences in Great Britain con- sider that since the British Cabinet does not intend to abandon the in- crease of naval estimates, Mr. Lloyd George will be forced to resign, especi ally as Mr. Cuhrchill will always be able to rely on the support of the Op position. Other newspapers interpret the statements made by Mr. Lloyd George, in a conversation at Criccieth, not as a promise of reduction of estimates, but as a warning that it will be im possible to exceed the actual limits, except at the risk of overturning the national edifice. GERMAN RESENTMENT. Berlin, Jan. 5. &nbsp; Count Reventlow, writing to the "Deutsche Tageszietung," declares that Mr. Lloyd George's language &nbsp; only inceases the German mistrust of Great Britain. &nbsp; The Count especially resents Mr. &...
YOUTH AND AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
0 aUTH 1N'D AGRE. ?The writer .is .not voiiu,. lie lias plnaed the iournalistic gnime for over thirty vears...ainil nmst of those with whlmni lim Was.isfirst associated on tlhe lress are in whalint n Dickens cihracter callerd, tlliri' "'enoiortable graves.". 'lhat is imentioiied in vassinll only lv wai of showirii -that. from the per ronlai inint ofriew.lhe has no interest. in laiuin, .thle ..voung Liberals, of hoilii..h l is ilot one. Butithe plainv fai.ic..wich the PArtv willhare to. get dloai to is that theP voninuer. menl Iave a ;ril if the txisition which the ina iiritv of their seiniors do not posssss. The vounu' Liherni waists i'referential and nrnrort'ohal vbtimi: lie wants pro vision. made f'or;tlhe old. the sick. the Munf6rtuinate lihe has hiihi coneption:) of what Australia iiliht lie andi ouhlt ti hIi'. -And w ith its moniths of ollice tle Cook-lr.riiie.'comhination. las not tratified any on? of-his asnirntions. -.
SMALL BEER LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
S-S1ALL BEERI LEGISLATION . r.-Probably f anll the minea'nnil jiiltry bill'':introildued into nnv-Parli.-iiieit in tlh 'tw eritiet: 'enturV. :tle' meanest and the nosi laltrv wn.s Mr. .Irriliie' SE!ectori:ll eforinilmeasuiir. Thei thing w?'. is ..' iinrlv. in ithiiikable. It .troniised thit there shoulld Ihnri' c!- tions or Satiuida. the only (d;iy t n iliicii thll nrtisimi or the Inborer cnil Jluntn)n his frielids withoit Insiii hlis wntes. It whs'rrri.kl?s la 'ringl - iinh f.air.. s:) inf.aii tliht on onee whhoknelw lion to plav:thio' nolitiarl anime would hvre dreamnitofsulmlinittilll it. Womend )]ne ei n'i', i"iiit the 'olitichl:- rei?a, pod I .think thl t the areat m.tjority of. them wlit to 'ln the honest thing llutI Linisut f.eAtlihn. evn e lever s.nin hiihir edunrted women who know nll about literaitoir and art. are mere be tinn)ers..inl politirs.: It is no reflectionl on their liraini or their character to say tbis. ''Thle 'iblitienl interest, is a lnew , u6i6.to'themn.' 'N...
THE FEDERAL ARENA. Melbourne, Jan. 5. FRANK CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
THE F:EDERAL ARENA: Mlelbourne. Jani. 5: : FItNK CRIIICIS . Thie nolitical iiittlook :Ihas 'changed coniibletelv..:. little iihuile back Litib this 'lu t the .niill. iad.Auere anxious fora fi ht.. Now the Conk-Irvine cdni lination' has thirnin all the' chaines away and '.stands to b ... hopelessly beaten. The result of the New South V ales lectiousis , :s a shock; and the ]lenambra bi-election in Victorii us as blad. ILast time i Liberal candida/te was returnedl oitlh a four fiiure.mni iorit --this tinie the Liberial ori writh a uutior four himndred. Takinit thait as renresentative: as it urobably is,"it means utter ioutl when the Federid elections clme.on next. Tolose seveni hundred.votes in:one poor littleState constituencv is to have lost every. neu -t'ral who lives:in.it.. The thing is not siirnrisinr. 'Mr. .lrvine and the ,men ehind hiint raintlthe Ipolics of the 11hin i tryv.and inothini so stupid: has.lbee? ,lone silice I)israeli educated the.con srr:ative PIrt:ait hi e. - :<...
POLITICAL IMBECILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
Thei iberal Party had its -majority ?d' cnpe ii tli Houlise of Ilepresenta ties.. 'The electors generallv were dis tiiictlv onnosed to the plunge into Sb cialisini trolosed hv the Caucus, but they had still less desire for a hope lesslr reactioin aivpoliev dictated bhy h:ilfa dozen-iietMthy fogies at the'il el aiburone Club. Eieryb'ody who is behind the scenes in I ilitics can fill in the ainies of'thi erich. but exceedingly foolish oldl men. who control a section •qI the Liberal onress. i. Unless some ihlod:has the b01(k1 andl tile strength to swee', theni aside Liberalism is. goinoi •t its Sedani. It isia ureat pity,:fdir, as. lias been mentionled before, the' youniier mrnei of tie Liberal Party-are dpi,' solendid i work. '*Very likely .young Lhaborites are doing vwork as oodl--:that "1 'anom t sav. Iut the for i-thnes.of inournalisni have brought me ,-iilto close t'l'ih withl the young mieniof the' ILberal h'eakers' tsscriatiiu. Ci dler, thie direction: of Mr. ,loln. West they hL...
MR. ELMSLIE AT ESSENDON. DENIES THAT THE MINISTRY IS A COUNTRY ONE. Melbourne, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
jMR...IL2SLU AT.ESSE2NDO\.' D^I^S THAT LTHE-INISTRY IS S ' . . COUNTRY.ONE.. . , ..; *,.Y.*...-. Melbourne, Jan 6. ?peaking at Essondo,in. support of th6"e[andidat.e' ofi3r.'?Keane, wh is oppoking th6.fPremier.-. Mr. Elmslie aid inf rereernce to"?e'elaim that the Mmnistirswsrai'oitontry .oine, that MJr: Murray lived"in Melbourne and only went to' Warrnambool.for, the races adll:riloio I 3Iff. Hithinso'i, who lived in'Melbourni. and who.was represent ing the Wimmera,' and'only went there when the show was on. !?Mi?srs. Lawson -and Peacock ere t6i&bnly Miiiistrs who lived in 'the country.
DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
DAIRY PRODUCE. -WESTERNI DISTICT' COM S PANY'S REPORT. ; Thel Westtrn District Factories' Co onerativo Co. Ltd.;-:57, King-street, M1olbiorno, report: - -,.- Buttbr: llarket -is steady, at late ratos. viz. Superfino .Westerns 11dl. ,er :lb.; good to prime 10dfto: 11i. per lb.; mediuim quality. 10dto010jd per lb.; .inferior qualities are lower.. SOhoeso ,ThIe market is very glutted owing to'/the. heavy supplies- comiiig fornvard. Lario cheese are .selling, at lId., lId; and 5d. per.clb:; loaf chee.ii are from 5hd to 6d pr.rlb , cesmi-ma_ tured 63d to 7jd por. lb.,. choice nel io" maitured 7id to 7}d per ilb..'; ,xS tra choice 8d to.8Bid per, 11. ' , Eggs: Sd. per dozen; . private ;ahd ipocial hnous a little .higher.:'.
MINISTERIAL SEATS. NOMINATIONS RECEIVED. THREE BY-ELECTIONS. Melbourne, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
• MINISTERIAL SEATS. \03I DATIONS RECEIVED. TIIREE BXILECCTIONs. Melbourne, Jan. 6.. Nominations closed to-day for .the soots in ;.,thq Legislative Assembly. that have become vacant. owing q0" members having accepted portfolios :, ,he-Watt Ministry. _ - Tihe followvirg candidates "were nom mnated: - .LL \DALL. Peacock, Sir Alexander James,.legal. fmanager, Oreswack. , BOItUNG ,} McRn e, Farquhlar, Wallup" armef. Iultclhinson,, William, East Mal vero, 'lladowner, CASIrLEMAINE AND' JlIDON Lawson, Harry Sutherlaid Wiglit mnn, barraster. : :ESSENDON. : 'Wmtt, .Williai Alander; ParkSat., bMo~nee Poind? niercha?t. SKean d .' Frak c45-' Victori astieet, obdig,: .woodworker. S-..PRAHRAN. ,-Iaclakiinon, Donald,;of. Aoland st. iuthl.Yarra, barrister;' ' , Webber;. William Henry of Argo street; South Yarra, sere . .:..,. Mu 3urray, John, Manningtiee roid, Jrawthorn, gentleman . .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
:HANDSISWELLED i A NO CRACKED .Sufered Intense Misery. Itched Terribly, Bled When Scratched, .Used Two Tins of Cuticura Oint nment., Hands Well. Ocean View, Lilcuida. Vic.-"Oatlcura Olntment has cured my hands after suffer In t.ienn misery for several years. About eleven year ago little rd spots appeared dn both hands which itched o ter , ; ribly that I would rub them with the sclssors till Sthe skin came of. They grew worse, swelled and cracked, causing grnas paln, which however war not so bad as the Irrita tion. I havewaked in the morning to fnd .oy hands bleeding where I had scratched them while asleep. After being like this for about three years my hands gradually got bdtter, but never well. . . - : /'."A gentlemahn'wo had suff '-edl from wepl)ing iezeni and who had tried every tiing cured: hminmelf with te: Cuticura Itemedles. He persuaded nme to'try.the Cuticura Oltniiont;' which I did. I umse two tins of the. Cilticura Ointment is directed, andt myi haids are well, the skiii ...
BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
3A.LLARAT STOCK! AR CET. Cattle.: 146 pemed. !Prinio sold :to £1?/12/6; good,,o £)1; mediumnto £8 C lvos :. 18_ p?oi:nd.i' .3est 'sold 'to S/6.. Sheep: 4943 penned Prime cross bred. wethers to 1a~/ exctr, 22/q ,j goodl to i medius m to T/; A , P irU o cross bred eowa.tob t7/f;,'ext's, oto T/9g 'to 11; best merino: iethersto 1. good.to 13j .:.. . ..... :.. Lanbs: 2314 ponued. Prime to Jo" extrai"'to ]?.6: gcrpd 'to ?i5!6; ,'useful to 13,C; pnrimeslhd/ui laiufs tol'15;; extra to. 6/9: dt i'g" "d'