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STRIKE BATTLE. AT TACOMA, U.S.A. A FIERCE AFFRAY. (Reuter's Telegram) Vancouver, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
STRIKE BATTLE . . AT TACOMA, -U.S.:- ,..... A FIEROE AFFRAY.: " Vancouvor, ;Jan:. 6. A .sentiohal affray betaween police and :civiliianson onsideo.'and strikers on the othoer took placevesterday hoar Tacoma,:.in?thoe State, of ;Washington: - Diistrbances havo' occurred fre quontly?oon the employes' o, tho Ta: ,coma Smelting .Cmpany, all of whom rare Ahistrians dIlared a strike re Siontly- :Theio trouble culmnated to day,in. a: pitTied:' hbttite, which, was waged 'on= a hillkoverlooking the..Ta coma smelting. plant.-After -a "short but fierce, interdhihp .of bullets, the Austrians .wore subdued. Several p.r sons on:oe side of the" authorties wbre.irijured,:but it is' not , known whether, any oftho.e strikers were hurt. The State ,militia has now been or dared:ont. " '
MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
-MELBOUJINE FAR31 PRODVCE. Wheat is steady.in tonj,. witih little eactual business doing. ,.Januar .de livery ailongside 'is quoted *at'- 35- "o 3/51. Shippers have made direct coun try purchases on the basis of 3/6. Operators are "offering 3/61 for Jann ary-Foeb.-March delivery, 3160' for March-April, and 3/7 for 'lrif-May Juneo . ' ' :: - ' ' . - ..rPrivata, cable .advices ,report a fall of 1-8 a' cental in Liverpool futures, oth-iMarch and May; and-that the marýket bclos6ed dutll,;"ith less inquiry. ,Not 'muchelbusiness was "doing In oats maiie, or ibarley, which are unii changedl iritlh regard! to .alues, On spot the better classes of chaff Ierve 'slihtly higher.. 'Ohoice sold it £315 it the platform, but the iosame quality as sold. direct fromni mills .0o uiburbs at £3/2/6. Offerings. of potatoes'wberol lignit aid' ani improved tonie was evident. Car iiiens met withi a steady demand, but Piinkeys' reminined rather quiet. Ar rivals consisted of, about- ' 6 ~truik loads. ' "'. ' ...
ULSTER'S ARMY. REGIMENT AT MANŒUVRES. DETECTIVES WATCH OPERATIONS. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
.ULSTER'S ARMY. REGIMENT AT, LMANCEUVIES DETECTIVES WATCH'OPERA -. . TIONS. * .(REter's 'Peleprm. - .-" " : ' "lndon, Ja.i. 6: ::.-Tho .East Belfast regimont.of .the Ulster ..vohlnter' fdoco has concluded a week's manaeivries at .Ormistown. Lieut.-Colonel Arlington Chichester. TD.O.?'of the 1st, Battalion of tho' Dorset Regiment, and Major IMdden' wore in clargo of: the opera tions. A series of night'attacks was practised under thoe direction of'Mr. J. I. McCalmont, 3.P. for East An trim, and Hon. Colonel of tlh Royal Antrimn Artillery.' Detectives watch ed theo.oercises throughout. '.(Litot,-Colonel Chieester saw a.lot of sorvico in tio Sout.h African war. *Mr. McCalmoit w·as .formerlyh a. cap-, tan in infle 8thl Hussars). ': '* ':*
AGRICULTURAL LIME DEPOSIT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
AGRICULTU?RAL LITME DEPOSIT. The industry which was recently 's tablislhed near Heywood for the mar keting of agrlncatural lime, large de posits of which exist in that neigh bourhood, is rapidly assuming large dimensions. An analysis by the Gov ernment agricultural chenmist reveal ed thati this' is ipractically the richest limo deposit in Australia, containing 97.per cent. of. carbonato of lime (states tho Hamilton "Spectator"). Mr. Row has received an order for 1000 tons of agricultural lime to be ground and sent to Melbourne as early as possible. Apart from its trading value such an order means a decided fdii?ard movo'ii bringing. under notice the possibilities of a hitherto neglect ed portion of. the State. The richness of the:deposit is apparent, and the necessity for the addition of lime to most'of our soils is undoubted, so that the prospects for the future of this important industry are most eneeur aging. It also gives an impetus to a distriot wlhidh has lanm1 isled for nanny...
TRIAL OF COLONEL VON REUTER [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
'T1 IL OF. COLONELV O\ BFUTER 'The'tri~alhv couirt miartial of Colonel von- Reinter. 'omiiajilding officer of the 99th Reeiiitlie't?. has 'legun, at Strasbure?'The sneific char,?cs against the Colomiel' re tlt li he usurped 'the e.eccitive'nower in Zabern. and that he' iifrinued cthe lilberty of a sibject. Colonel von ileuter said .he acce)ted full" resnonsiiility for the aets of his iiuiior officers. He nave instances of brawls between; soldiers and civilians in wshich ,tlhe former" were vunished, but. the authorities did ; nota proceed .aainst the civilianis., W:itness instriuteid his officers to use their weanons' iii .ich a way as to facilitate'the'identification of civilian brawlers; as the orilce failed to pro ffEct the arpfv:frni 'insullt: te admit ted civeinaean order to :Lieut. Schadt to enforde resuect Witness also admit ted havine.told the civil authorities that it iwould be a cood thing under certain circumstances to let blood flow for.lie was ilefeiidina tli i brestigo ...
DENNINGTON TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
DBENNINGTON TENNIS C.hIl A committeo has been formed for tho purpose of organising a bazaar to be hold in thelo lechanies' lnstitute, Donnington, on 22nd and 23rd Febrlu ary, iL aid of the funds of the Te'lni Club.- A mooting was recently held, wheon proliminary steps were taken for advancing the project, and another meeting is to be hold on tio 20th inst. to further the ondertaking. All inl torosted aro initoed to attend, and it is anticipated that by making a good oinited efforEta substantial suRn will h, raised. Thoe joint lhoe. secretarits are MIr. Proctor and Miss F. Wilson.
ALSAGE-LORRAINNE. GERMAN CONSERVATIVES ANGRY. IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR IN TROUBLE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
ALSACGELORRAINNE IMPFRIL CU ITANC E1Li lN ,(Reutor'a Telegram) SBerlin .Jan. 6. i.'T trouble betweeno' th officers of the 99tlleeiment, nidhtl, 'citiietis of Zabýr. in~nlsaceLorrir aine.?:is likely thave inortant'uolitical results. Slhe:. senence of imprisonment pass ed oil. Lieiitei'.ntvtn .Foerstner for assaultiin a- lame shoemaker of-Zab-. ern has? broirht u the4rInlri:il 'Chiin ceilor (Dr . von . letlImann-ai ollh g) into conflict , ith .the Cinservatives. Thel latter sei-? in the' iunishmeit oif the Lii fenanit asu?irrender to anti milifarists ?ail. to Franco?hiles. The Couiserv?iive "Press' is': belaildiig "efr von(jJaosw (the President oflPolice), who has -accused the :court. martial, whichi tried the. Lieutenant of having convictled him conltrarv t nlawv: Theso newssuaners descrihe Herr vo61 Jagoiv asithe chamoioin of, :ussilnshlyt ideals aeainst the :Dtnnerasti Reichstag.The Conservative revolt is greatly weak-' eningt the nositiont of. Dr.'Von Beth mancn-Hollw? ' ;. (Lieut...
MR. ST. JOHN AND MISS IRMACARON. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
31Rl. T.ION AND MISS IRMA .AIltON. ,'There was another very entlhusaiastic aidlieice at the (Oddfellows' Hall last nitllt when Mr. 31ar(us St. Jolu.Misa lilma Caron and .\nldarne Leon Caron nsarce :utother artistie treat. Mr. St. John's recital sias devoted Principally to Shakesaeare. and the interpretatioa of the PIlav "'Hamlet." He -recited in Mtasterly style .Act 1. scenes 1, 2, 3 and 4. andl nartraved the characters of Hamlet. Horatio. J'olonious. Laertes, the Kiie of D)enmark. with great in silht anl distinctness. while his treat menat of 'the 'hlost :scene was decidedly skilful and imtaressive. hie also gave some of tihe biaaatiful .soliloquies ian Hanimlet as set?arate items aof the pro ramllllle. anldl ill eachl c;se lie gailned the hliertiest 'exoressions of interest and aaarobatian from the audience.His coacltudine effort was "The Death of Little Nell" (Dickens) given with vio lin abblitgato by Miss Irmaa Caron.Tlhis literary zeam was done full iustice, the r.raeat 1)athos...
TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
TOW\N BAND.. 'Ilie Town BUnd played to a large audienice on Cannono Hill last night. 'I'he hanld was in charge of its con ductor. .1r 31 . Il. ling, and the pro Ltrainllle redll(ierl was a very choico onle and met with leneral a)pproval. 'I'he followillL iltems were i)olayed:- March. "Areandab" ('lhompson); dalti. "Sombre Lias Olas" (Itosas) 1E'vlotian screnadil. "Aminoa" (Paul Linelih): selection from ()Oenbach'a 'Iales: coffl Hfiaii. introducing tho famous IIareorale.. Altexanudr's Ilag time ( lerlin :, selections from "'Tho Quaker Girl'" (.lonchlton): . march, "Burnie." ( lellinis)l "God Save the Kiir."......
RAINFALL AT. CARAMUT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
Ii ,?INFAhLT '',AT"CRAMIu..I' C U '1 hi' followii iL rtwutiirs of u'.tli rainfall ni, araifitt' fhbrDeettibevr.P)ie been sunoliedlbafi, T, W'Ci' Farier of Caramnut:-hTotal foi 'nontlh,"iri eh ,4. bdioit? Raili fell oiifour da?s Tli totail forithe Aorreis hanoiiitrn iinthllii 1912 was 1.inich S5, oints; iwhen rain fell on nine ldays.' /.`lhq total ;rajnfall for 1913 at CaramutSi9as 23'idic-h.ll points. . .
UNION TYRANNY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
UN.IS'TI iI, UNN . . . try. nitic lis dominated by Mlr. Ir v.no and hlis. frieinds. -the: slightest chance is the unsikakalile tyranny of S.:n of the "'dls atic-d! u: ioniisits. Years at o Lonidon ''tiin:li" land a pic ture cf ,a weairv looking iiin ai'lio liad been ;,ill niish talked'to ldeatl:by an atheist of-thei .:ullai' iand 'blatant 4hoiol h 'lie listinCr ?is a sceptic; but hnlhenie ts-iilear atheist hiad fin islied lis'i tite ie ecklhinmed 'adly "Almost io.'iu ;eilsuad?est.:in to be-a Christian."i Jus hii 'the :same` way the. talkative Soci:iist iof the rivielu tionarv sclool alhiost i-uersuades the averase Liberal to?be: i tUnserit?i?e TI e' one thine whicih :ia oprevent Lh bor from saweenin, the nolls. if an elec tim comes early. is the- insistence on ircferene :t 'iniouniss iii its extreme formi.,`
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
ANEW. YEAi R .INS. v' .r0 CELEBRATE the OPENING of 1914 we offer edint'astouding Batgains, only, a few are mentioned be ,' low but they will be an indication of the u . .p . 'LADIES' COTTON JAP. CREPE ONE-PIECE ROBES;?the ice... 36 CHILDREN'S PRINT ROMI;ERS, Light Prints, only a Few ...... :. =.. l.. 1fg6 ., C CHILDREN'S RUSH HATS, for the Beach, Cool and Shady, only .... -. ..... ...9 1 ' WARNER'S CORSETS, "The Favorite," were 4111 Price now...... ...... 26 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS, 53 Inch Long . 27 Inch Wide .. . . . id FRENCH CAMBRICS, New Coloured Stripes, 9:d; now ... "6' "' "' SSTRIPE DRILL SUITING for BOYS, 113; now ^' :'0 '... - : ::!10' "SUNRESISTA" DRESS FABRICS. Never Fades .... . 6d HOYLES' NAVY and BLACK PRINTED SA' EENS,; 1,now .... 45-INCII HEMSTITCHED FLOUNCING EIBROIDERY, to Go at. '11 2-INCH HEESTITCHED EMBROIDERY, Another Bargain, . .1/ ... 9...,. -119 ALLOVER EMBROIDERIES,' Nice Designs, to Go at .., .,,. , 4 LADIES' LONG BLACK LISLE THREAD GLOVES bd 'LADIES' BLACK ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
FOOTWEAR SPECIALS. LADIES' Whte Clanva Lace I ots, self caps. good GENTS' White Canvas Bal., toecpisveryd oolasid, "shapes, special priees 5e l1, 8,6'and 106i pair. light, special price, 7)11, 8/11, 12)16 pair. LADIES' Glace Kid Anklet Court Shoes, neat self GENTS' Box Calf Balnorils, whole goloshed, spec al * bow, special prices 8/11 abd 10/G pair. prices, 9j9, 1116 and 13/6 pair. LADIES' Glace Kid Balimorals, patent trimmings and GENTS' Glaco Kid Lice thies, D1,iby fionte, new newest shapies, special prices, lUji. 10/. 12/11 pr.: American toe, sp cial prices, 12, 6, 14/6, 106 pr. LADIES' Glae Kid Oxford Shoes,- pntnp de; pat- GENTS' Enaimel DerbyLace ]hoes. four Auerilcan caps, special prices, 11/, 1206 pair. bhapes, special price, 16/6, 17,6 and 20/ pair. LADIES' Enamel Derby Lace Shoes toecapped sevenral GENTa Ox Blond Balmnorals and hoes, five shapes shapes, special price, 11/ and 12;6 pair. special price, 14,6, 1616,; 20] and 22,6 pair. UP-TO-DATEý BOOT: AND HOE STORE, LIEBIG ...
CURRENT NEWS. WOODFORD MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
CURRENT NEWS. W0OODFOD .MEC1IIANICS ' INSTITUTE. + Tho, ammnual meeting; of; subscribers of the above will.be:hold in, the hall on Monday, 19th inst., at' 8.30 p.m. to. receive the report and balance shoot and elect .12 members . of com mittoe;' also to- consider any. other business brought forward. Six of the present mcembers retire through. of fluxion, of time, and six others also re tire, but all are eligible for mo-election. Noimi'itidns.of:candidates :fir eleti n to thoe committee must be in the hands of tile scorotary not later tllhai 8 p.ri. on Monday next.;:Inimediately' after thie annual niceeting' a'spiaein meeting of subscribers will be held to consider the advisability of using th:'fudtls of lhe Institute for' defrayini costs in 'conmneition with tlhe imoendinig law f :"
The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY. Price—One Penny. WEDNESDAY, 7th JANUARY. DECENTRALISATION POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
The ,Warrnambool Standard, PUBLIBHED DAILY. Prlca-One Penny. SWED? ESD:AY. ith JANUARY. DECENTRALISATION POLICY. It'is nossible that lr. E lwood Mead,; who his been. iii- ha3re of Victoria's irrigation policv. a'" returi to Amer ica.' Whether lie does;-or does ait, ois .a manter of no ininaotanee.whbtever. He is an able tian who: linows',his work. but' lie lis ]cen i ei ai":iliaii soanelv iaid andl tler are..other 'meni even- abler thn -:e.. Good swork in somie directionis e hi is undoubtedly done.)During his Europeani toiir lie'aiiud the _Minister. who accompnlaiied hilo, withltheir igents. securedi aionsider able inumlieri of imminiintslint for the. most part they- were of the -wrong clasis.. If:JMr hSlwoinM31ead clioises to return to the United States ,whiere ih is said to~ lite a iiniersi?i itliiig arith tlie University of Cliicagoo to 'replace ]ims wiith a:i nai as good or better will be th;e sinipl st. thiil. ?,i the world. I'here is no special mysterY about irri. ,atiion. Of ...
TAXING LAND VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
i , XI\ LAD \1N .ALUl$. crcordinii'to the Sdtyiie "Workei " the Lahbor .Ministrv"is going to tax land values very hravily. The "Wor ker has a whs of. outtill; things' with a ,franknest ,whic~ h is nlmhnst brutal. It'ays:? : "'N' State in the Coioimonwealtlit is mfore orierbusly.,ailicted. by the land tird. ciurse. Libirall Gaoernm-ents. in the, past wre the. lanhd way iin enor mous. nnantiti~s to .their friends and rilations. 'Thev did it to such "an ex teilt' that it the Oresent tine, al thourh there are millioiis of rich acres y.lii, idle, adianeetit, to' railways and markets. "tnot'one inch of them is avail ible for settlement?. They beloing to monopolies. lThey are ownedl hy men who v;rtuitlr stole them ;from the peo ril. and whlo are tnow anxious to sell hack the stolen 'uonds at hith prices." Of course the.stathteent is correct. Erer. mmewssanw r ,man of the .writer's m;ie who hia had coil?trv experience has heard "bigii" iiit.iheir Wives and ilaulhters clteerfully cdinmittiti...
A NEBULOUS POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
In its leader of to -dav the "'Age" irferred tio the 'hiebuluis .nolicy"; of thin' Cook ,linistrv..' 'Ihe uhrase' puts the.iasitioit ina ntslihell. A numieric :illvysanall.win:e if his followersm'ake it inmtrssille for. the Prime. Miniister to sulbmit'anythin?.lwhich can be ciill id.a policmlIr. l H::wanders, about the country. ialkiu ldrely iof the sins of the FIisher 1linistry.which died inmnths :gyo, andl talkinl. vaiguely about the liialh :limi nd ideals of Liberalism. But as. the "Ate" oilitns out. "and'as everybody knows. -he 'dh?es .not , and is nl-t allnwed to intrlodutc a singleimena toire, whirl: would' realise anyi one' of those nsaiirititnis or iilde.ls.