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NEW YEAR'S EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
NEW YEAR'S EVE. Tlihe town never gaver or more crowded with ewonlo than ton New Year's Eve. The slhots were all opli,tn till 10 o'cloCk. and auneared to to cop ine with an excentional rush of bi.i nesu. The main thoroughfares were throntied with nromenaders. somie thousands of whom waited till mid niuht to see the olt year out. 'lThe night was a very pleasant ine out of doors. anti the iroarantne.s reledernil by the Town and Citizens' Ilands were much enioved?. The usual rendering of "Auld Lan, Syne" at midnight: i such reeasions by the hands w:as join ed in by the nnblie who heartily saing the tuneful old air. 'This wais i;llw, ?l by the "National Anthem." a:nd iliiihli enthusiastic cheerin'. Some youths 'commenced their New Year in a very itnausiieious way by adopting th'e senseless nractice of damalini pro nert" as a means of celebrating the occasion. They nilled downt Fnittle fine inm alont' the lertobe Road. removed notice boards from the railway ..n closures and wasted - a con...
THE MYSTERIOUS JANSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
THE MYSTERIOUS JANSEN. In connection with a 'magicalent ir tainment, it is a remarkable fact that. the lapse of tiine adds a glamouir to thee work of a particular Iperform.er:s Wh: has not heard, for examiple, .the old: pioneer describing the entertainment. provided by Professor So-and-so in the' good old early days? What wonderful! things were then seen! .It is't a see to: try to convince sach a person that thed art of conjuring to-day and the mairvel lous application of principles of science to stage illusions have left the old -pro fossor far behind; and; yet,iit is un dosbtedly so.,- 7-- -; - *-- - In the entertainment to be presented by Jansen,the young American magician at the Oddfellows' iBall, WarriamboolI to-morrow evening, a number of feats are promised which would have been' quite impossible even twenty yearsago In recent years there has grown up i America quite a school of youn'gcon jurors, who, in the race fr supremacy, have left the traditions-of, the old pio fessors f...
AN AERIAL STEEPLECHASE. FURTHER FLIGHTS IN ADELAIDE A LADY AS PASSENGER. Adelaide, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
AN AERIAL STEEPLECHASE. : IT ' I,'III H II, DFIlI H' IS ??S ADELI. 1DE1 ) i I XIIY I'ALSlFCEll. • Adel,.ide. re. 31. : . flirther so.ressful series of erolu 'Itinusau . scarried out by the raintir Mr. A:- W. .ohls at Chelienham rare -uroii this 'tmornintte. 'tlr.:Jones took igii his aern?itoile Miss Dorothyv Dun rit, the first lady tInssenier w0o has S t'enioved the experience in South Aus i:,.'Bali i.; estiiseniently ho circled the "'.rrs.e oine fimes. Then. volplaning ' ft'om- a height qf, 500 feet to between lte' lsteeilechase lounps. -he rose over St.it-Ith' fence like a horse. and in this o';. ner, loe'rfeirmedian aerial steerle " ; .i?ss ronthct cois , . '
SENSATIONAL ACCIDENT. FALLING TREE SMASHES BUGGY. HORSE KILLED AND DRIVER INJURED. Mirboo North, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
S ENSATIONAL ACCIDENT. ,.l',',lNG TkEr SMASHES lUGGY. 110: 1SEKIlLED \NI) D)IVEII. . INJ.'lilD. . . irbho North. Dec. 31. SA re'iirkhlol esieranie from lieinlg kill "d w:s ex:nerieed byl Mr. Michael Gl P ."l. '.Mr; TFr'link Clihiinnn. :iad S'i oif 3Mr. Gleeson. Yesterday> morn-, s'ei r i,.v: ?h bre idrivini to ll.clarr.. ' Whenl nrie'trn" tlhe to?n f* tree fell. killin,- the liorsfp ndl st'i.shinig thie ' hutsi;. F1orntiinntelv. tlhe tree missed the neua:llts of the h?lsar. hut Mr. fliesoni w."s struck ly av branch. his left wrist li lll *-.lrok nll. lij. nose frac .rl ir nd ii Ili. forleheand anl] head nuilt it;'til.oRit. .I!?iee l ofn straw hat lie wns aweirin,, were driven into the skin. M'r. Glees n was brmoght to Mirboo . .ortli li tlhe repp sPecial. and wns -I asii nder 1).' D nir. s care. n
BEACH PICNICS. A LARGE GATHERING. P.L.C. SPORTS PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
"EACH -PICNICS. : A LARGE GTHERING.' ' ,?sterday "as an ideal Cday for pi.e .iiCikin .at .tlh beIaeL,-aid the plicri: ?weather was t:kci,e full advantage. of if s;' . aidnc'ts of the towi i.uid `distrit'.; ' Swho ?iseiibled in latrg, .ubh?ers ?no the sanids adjacent to the bJnakwatel .'-induct and.about the mouth of- the1 1.,:v,1Mtari live. Every shady nrok:ind; S?,;ltehtoring core was occupie.d byIfamtly' j;aities, where the elders enjoyed the passing hot s in lazy il!e':s, while tlh 'children romped on the sandsl or paddled in the wavelets that riprs i i along the shore. Happiness and fret dm from caew seemed to abun t everyh sere, and with: the exception t of one or two minor mishapis nothiag ocourred to mar the pleasutre of. the libliday-nmakers. Amonigst the country residents tine niade lthe beach their rendepivin io s Mr.- W; Hirst, of Mailers Fld?a who hdrovP his family i for a d?ays , lea- ? ure. Ho tied his horse, wihch iwaS, a ha?her 'valuable animal, in. the l da-ih .tii ...
S.A.J.C. RACES. (Reuter's Telegram.) Adelaide, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
S.A.J.C: RACES. (Reuter's 'Telegram.) Adelaide, Jan. 1. The above races weore held .to-day i?~d iesulted as' follow: Maiden Plate: Pijari 1, Bob Soult 2, Psincess'Aurai 3; dividends, £2j21 and £69/I, Welter Handicap': Green Seal 1. Rigoletto 2, Flagfall 3; dividends, £3 9/ and £2/3/. Hurdle Race: Labald 1, The amend ment 2, Wondergraph 3: dividends. I4/12/ and s Han6/ dioap obonia 1 Madame Dour 2,,Tringa 3; dividends, £123/71 and £2/16/. : Kesiick Stakes: Tadanga , WVlhetL King 2, Pistol King 3; dividend, £1 18/. New Years Gift: Kadlunga.1, ?Lster Maelgwyr,. H.B.BM. 3: divi dends, £2/191 and £5/8. Marino }Tandican: First Shot' 1, Lontar 2, Charlatan 3, dividends, £14 ad Nlg..:&lt;
(Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
(Reuter's Iblegram.) Sydney; Jan. 1. Tattersall's Club meeting was held this afternoon in fine weather. Ie nullts:-. Novice Handicap Sound Asleep 1, Ethel Buckley 2, Warman 3; 6 to 4 on winner. Flying Welter: Maltchester 1. ieL Fiancee 2, First Principle 3; 6 to 1 agst winner. . Now Year's Gift: Popinjay 1, Gol den Hop 2, Merton Lad 3; 7 to 2 agt winner. TattorsaUll's Club Cup: .Alured 1, Co-adjil2, Limelight 3 ': 8to: l:agst winner. - . Nursery Handicap: Mountai Knight 1, Secret Service 2, Lardner 3; 6 to 1 agst winner. Welter Handicap: Crosska 1, Labi ,aa-d 2, Kilmeadon 3; 6 to 4 agst win Ilnr.
COLAC REGATTA. RECORD ATTENDANCE. LOCAL CREWS MEET WITH MISHAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
COLAC RECATTA. . IUR~CORD XAPI 'ENDANCE. :LOCAL CREWS .MEET \ITH 3MISHAPS. 'iThe awiual Colac regatta was held on the lake yesterday,in ideal holiday ireathei. The popularity of Colac on 'New Year's Day was Imply proved yesterday by the large number of ho liday makers who arrived in the town oy special trains from a Melbourne, Bal larat, Beech Forest and Warrnam 'hool. Last ibyear's record of . 10,000 was easily eclipsed. T!'lhe: rowing was. nmarred:: by; the rdugh state of the water. In the first event-Julnioc Four-the three ..com peting crews -were ..swamped. :..The committee held. a.meeting, and chang ed thie course. The situation, however, .was not :improved,. as several. of . crews again met i ith a;sitiilar; fath: ,W1arrnambool idpas preseted 'in :'five events, ,but misfortune, came ,'their }ay,in all , five i.: vents, and' thereby greatly interfered with ?theirr chhnce of gaiiig 'libiors. ' -iult was .found in the starting arrangements 'There, were numerous oxpressions of dis...
WOMAN'S MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
'lBY L'INPONNUE.) "'Thl weoman anal leadethl us Unward and on ."-Goethe. The commencement of the New Year was a season of festivity amongst the Romans: and though .with.some variationl the custom of .ushering it in ,with reioicings. presents and.good wishell. has always been observed amonust lBritishers--particularly dur the 16th century. when the nidace and cottage alike celebrated 'New Year'p Dav?it-was"knent-in festivity by the men whilst the vone gwimen' carried the wassail (a bowl of spiced ale)Yfroep dosr ti'ador of everv hbu6e wh'erq'th'y stopped siniing at the same timso!e simple conoratulitory verses..,,r an cient"'cstom \asareoeated bnosel Night.,hut it has;nlmpstonastd 'ponsK ,Amongst no neonle is the iehwriYear ushered in with more mirth nn?ctlar ite ithann with the Seots. Tbhq hoineat, nndis?uised-' countenanee" wfears a:o mhsk-:but Nriture'ssunilc. the hand of frienidshin."istevervwlere 'pen pnl the'sentiment ~f the ?oet is idh:, "Let -mirth abound. let social cheer "I...
WINSLOW RACES. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL MEETING. MAJOR EIGHT WINS A DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
aWINSLOWo IRAecs. HIlGHLY SUCCESSFULs 1E-LFGING 1MAJOR EIGHT WI\S A dlIOUBLE. . The annual meeting of the Winslow iacirnu Club was held yesterday and* nassed off most. successfully. 'Tlh wea' ther. wlhich is a consideration of the first irnoortance in an outing of the kind. was all that could be desired, the stni shining briahtlv from an almost, clapdless sky. while a lieht,, cool! blr z -.from tihe south served to tom-: oeri the heat. and pro4iqg temppra tlre,.lth 1, was, itoitelier "leasans n jlertliese favorable circumstances it: wa. not surorisino that the attendance? of: tie public )vas a large one, and : in-i cluded residents from all. Darts of the Tlie,nipuroaclh . to tihe victuresque codrse Trini all uoints is' through no only bv" urovidin,'hot water anJ, other neeessarv eonvelieneds'fdrie pi wit thior ab flo uro which makes veh meet inpl asa't exensive outine for family pard?is: Winslowv on New Year's 'Day is conseauenrtly looked upon as a ri - of aiinual rendezvous for dis...
CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
(OLHANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS. A clean' body indiues a cleaartiiridil. A'celau body i 'attained by' tho se of ?atar'aRdd'd good soap. , rTheo.'only qruestioh' is;' ,Vhat:SoapP'' ?lRlexona Soap is -tl best soa'p, Its manufaottir is the iost 'mod ern and thom:st scioqtific. 'Ict'dmbines the qualities or the bst germ-destroying powers with lhe iiost daiisty odor'an"a. appearance.: ." :Resona Skin and Faeial Sdoap is the onlyinmediic tedsoap wiich is pleaaing as a; general .;tilet;sOi .p ' i aIl cadily'bifi 'withelater nil Iex ons?Soap mlkes th' use .Jenn. . '. HoB is':no oinly. freq.,from .?lt from; disease germs . "Hiss"ledan `nndeiealtyho ski1 eiis'ir a hoealthb body. ,: (llnshnee"s of'-minstd should follow. x' 'usb"iqiRona Soap in ouir dilS y "la . ble« _r . Ro'?bna Soa', iring:of -all Soaps. 1i/ per; Ttibl'et:'' Obtainable evbery
RURAL PRODUCERS' COMBINE Camperdown, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
RURAL PRODUCElS' COMiBINE. a c i. o; erdos a Dec 31. .Some timo,ago an addresias.wgiven hero bi Rev. C Wi. Woodin opposi.t i;on to.theo: doemnads ' o the rrai io r ' ers, and1 .brani of,the: Rural 'Pro' duceir' Ass6cijition was' fobirmed witli ,ir.. J. G. Oman, as aecretarv.. Mr. Omain; who id ' biatherof '6the mem ber for':.Hmplena, hi:lna large,?area nuder cnltivation, and iarvesting was b?un last week 'The hanids employ edl are beii'' aid 10 .a' day and "fdnidii" wlihichis, ot k ourse' more thiiantie rural workers' log.
RURAL WORKERS ON STRIKE. FARMERS HANDLE WHEAT AT LOCHART. Lochart, Dec. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
RURAL?'WORKEHRS OISTRIKE7 i.AItMERS HANDLE WHEAT AT LOCI-ART Loeohart, Dec. 1. The wheat traflio in,tthe local-rail naii yards yesterdayi was a record,. over 8,000 bags; crýsifn l the teigh bridge. All the lumpeis engaged struck i~ork in the afternooni, and the ivheat Jbuyers and farmers had themselves t$ unload the waggons. The mnuse of the trouble. is a man; wlo is assist ilig a farinor in the' railway yards:' IWihon hv: tis apprached by the irural workeors' organiser and asked toashow his auion ticket: he refused, and . all ltimpers "wore th:en called out. SThe faurnes are halping oio another in unloading to-day, and the work is progressing satisfactorily... W)VmIAURA CA\IP DISBANDED. S- illaura. Dec.'31.: WiTho rural workers' camp at VWfIl aira,' which hus been in existenro for about three weeks, has bceen disbtand ed. The camp contained about 40 farmn laborers of varying ages, and many, of thesee now express dissatist faction wit.h the methods of the umnioit: District farmers e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
SUFFEED AGObtJT f1f H HEAl : "I highly rcommend Oaintnborlain'a Tablets 7to 'anyoiio "eilo siuffrs "froms headaches," savs Mr.'. I,!K.: Bery. Marlborough Rd.;"' lrteria'"'Valley. Tasmania.: "I suffered: agony" with hoeadache'iitil 'tiie?d? almost' every? thling. yNothingcdid mie any good until ia frsepd 5recomnended Chamberlain's Talil?t' iahdt tlihey 'i ipu me right agaii.' N~ow' I'would not be withoiut a bhox of ý'Chimberlairi's Tablets in tlio'lioiiso." Sold biy all 'hemists and torikidepers. Wrr ithe Tirr, Kidneys sad Diew4 :ia.'-no niie?dnc': like:ANN, MA(IAU. rAY': RTRUP" Ohemista 3I/ and 'OnGAIP'9Tairmso. WANTED.--Sufferers from naoema ad bther painful "akin.dise?ises to try TILOOREE'S ECZEMA CURE. Stops hiat burning irritation at anoe:, get rpt.to-day. Prioe, ,1 . W. llor, T3ksiame* idebig-etroeut IT NEVER. FAIi " "For years' woe 'hvo' been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mr. Herbert H. Woodhead, Went worth, N.S.W. "Wo haveo six chil dreni and lndver useo iything ele...
DICKENS RECITAL. MR. MARCUS ST. JOHN. A MUSICAL AND ELOCUTIONARY TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
DICKENSRECITAL 1 - R -_ -It. MARCUS STi JOHN.o A MUSICAL AND ELOCUTIONARY A' memorable enicrtaiitmnont ewas given"'in'the ;Oddfellorws' .Hall last night, ilosUa 'iiost app'pheati.ed audi once was provideiwitlt an educational pa ,well.as au artistic t.pat, such-as is very. selddom presented in country con tres.": 'Mr. .aacr is '? St, Johi ; ais: an olelutionist of great wierr'nd'ver satility. Ho is an Asist lian, wdh?r': fect' credit 'on' his: na iv land, for ho :i? a thorough artist io has held sis, own in the centres of culttir in GQeat Biritain' and' Ear pe whsere he linashad some years of c perience. He his made a lifoe stidy. f thd' art, of ldoi~ution,' and, as he a pla&iled?in a iiat speech,h Io hopes t render such hntertiainnients as lio is giving,' more opular'id Australida h re there is a great .carelessness in thi usa of ; the aglisdl language. Hl , desirous of 'reti1sg i-isom?o degree a,loeI of the nafi fic"ent 'literature hick -is. the hprioless heritag, of al Bri...
NEW YEAR HONORS. MR. BRYCE A VISCOUNT. GOVERNOR STANLEY A K.C.M.G. PROFESSOR ALLEN KNIGHTED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 2 January 1914
-GOVERNOR Sl'ANLEY A t.FK.C.M PROFESSOI ALLEN ' (R utera Tele ram. Thle list: of Neu Year'Dulsr hoioui has been made public. The Rt. Heon. liarlcs Bryce, forimeoly? OChief Secie a 'Viscount. There arie 'fouri · lew r?ri ons,--including 'SiriRilfus-Isaacs, the new Chief Justice. 'iTheiHon .Lyulph Stanloy, Goveruor'd signatd 'df,' toria" is crdated' ". eK CMG' 'tusnJ .Professor Alleni, of Melbourne. Univor sity ies one; of t6he nov iKnights Bachelor. Sir ?Iufus Isaacs, theo renhtly p ' pointed Lord. Chief Justice: Mr. Alexandei'Urd (the nonw lord Justice-General of Scotland); who hais adopted the title "of Lord Strth clyde. Sir Charles Alfred : Cripps, ' M.P., Ohancelldr"' aiiid"' "VicaRi'Goilerale f York,. and Attorney-General, to - the Prince of Wales, 189l-1901'.. Sir Alfred. Sidney Hirmsworth,Bart., a director of the A-ailgainated Pres Ltd. Sir Harold endowed the King Edward VII. Clmir of English Litera ture at Camblridge University. CGRAND CROSS OR ST. MICHAEL AND ST.' GEORGE.\(G...