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THE BUTTER TRADE. MR. H. W. OSBORNE'S INQUIRIES A COMPREHENSIVE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

THE BUTTER TRADE" .hiR,' Wi OSBOR E-SS-INQUIRIES A COMPREHENStVE REPORT; The inv'sigstibtlons1inade bh Mr. ;. W: 'sborne, maneger: odtrhe Westt're s)istrictt etories -loprasti ' d1) o. un: o L ,. nitnpthe i:uirlstances un .er s!hicn Australian .butter .i,pinced on :the 'iarkets" of the" U enitedKili aomtn1 "nd the factors 'operating ';t-s thed?dteroratioii of thie ''prices a ot ~1vird` i l "uf".` s'it4rx:t rstiedi`Ly thorough :"and extensive -echuracte: Sbeeral months ' re :iudvot'd~t o thii pursuit ibf inquiries; sndthq t reiiu.ts Iave been".emodjed iit n.` ,mpr!eghp sive std carenlly-pretpard reporiuor tho'ieiformatioi' 'uefi'thelsharliio dir in the Western District ~Colnpanye aim?. those engoaged ,in the trade-geoierally: Ihe'i various ;sections; hoftlh ti report deal' with suchll-matters. us the' niiauit licture anid uise .of. margnrine, ;gfiud 'branding, advertisinig Austra?lhan bit? ter, blendinfg .troade: i n ethle:l liid ;d imarketin'g"a idd', iiality:? :Iuch?p of the subjec...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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HIS LAST JOURNEY. DEATH FROM HEAT AND EXHAUSTION. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

HIS LAST JOURNEY. DEATH'FiROMR HEAT' ANID EXHAUSTION (Reuter's TAlaeram. .i :: I," SydneyJan." 6. John Lauii?e; ageil65.years left his homo.at'lrMreo on"Friday to tako pro visions ,to a camp.: His" body . as foundson Sunday with thlio lips injur-. edeand a leg broken: Hld lid evident lyhbeeo .thrown! from-nhis horse' and crawled a:quarter of :a mile. 'e was then overcome with heat aind exlinus -tion and died.' ' : ' :

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MARGARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

I MIARGARINE Sen 3sr -ars; ' 'oie: sld {,bot one toiin'o ?i'n:irgaruitne we?i.'; "nm:o we ,sell' over 1O tons "ai w 'k-'.'lThis r,,inrk :was made to inm by tl'ie .rdt idle manager of i aL ompiy lfitlh over 500 reuail shops'ý"''in theO.United Kiigdomiand it anords':a strikiighi lusttratfoer of"the gri?tti ',:I of 'ithits tr idle.Tlie totail 'quiatity:of inargarinu imported into` Lireat, 'Britmin' odri ?g ihe twelvd molithis ended last. Septenim, boier was "73,43 tois,? id 1.: tull 130,000 tons 'was mads' by factorici, nII England and Scotland tlius Show ng*. a consumlption "of; about-i200 ;?0 tols itnnually. I wss afforded ain opprtuiity of ino - pecting a large " margarineio factory ui England; .and: spenlt sevral" hobrs n 'obseroving the method adopted for convertifig cocos- the ,"meat of .the coccanut"-into a conimodity, swhich closely' : resembled' buitter. :.There were huge vats conthiniing cocos .'an skimnied milk; churns, workers, and, blending ,machinery ; fordrt!ie various p...

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INTERNATIONAL RUGBY. QUEENSLANDER PLAYS FOR ENGLAND. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

INTERNATIONAL RUCBY. QUEENSLANDER PLAYS FOR ENGLAND. (Reunter's Telegra m.) . . 'Lndon, Jan. G. L. G. Brown,. of Queenslaiid, has been solocteel'to play for Engarid in the -International . Rugby matchll against' Wals dnn thio 17th instait.'

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ECZEMA AND SKIN IRRITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

EoG7EMt1Al ND SKIN .-IRRITAT-' I0N i)oir hMad'angyirritatioi of the8 kini Theeo are miany fornis?of it ?"-Piles; obstinate- to cure. Eczema, just [a. .. iid, and-just as:.hard-to c.ur ' But Doan', Ointmont' does it, cures evory iirritiatingi?klai trouble. :No irritation ofCho skain oa a resist its 'hoeilhkg, sothing inflluence. very reader' of thlis';articd6 sufferi, 6ir-lisa at*somn times suffered wiith <tormenitinig -ki&" --irritation;" and it-mnay return at any;; tim'fe. Doin's Oirtiiiont' will -'cadr' odor . ense. IfT:ON ? 1cri\. Thomas Scarlett l enna Street; Warrnambool says:-"My' ,iiihter suffered with a skin eruiption on her Sleg 'very iiiolslike Ecemaoun andii"it caused her great suffering and aninoy ance: She was ili 'for' month?t`-and couldnot work -for her leg was .so ad s"hoe'eiild'leot t:taiuhPaniA it" . ting ' Donis Oiiintmenitadiertised for ,skinh troubles.: I sent to DotiBall, and Ens ito'asa Phta'wnc' for some. 'luis pro paration previ'r ed'°i-&a...

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VOGUES IN GEMS. BEAUTIFUL NEW STONES FOR THE KAISER. CHANGING FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

S .Y INOpUES IN IEMS,:. B BEAUTIFUL NX,'I STONES iFOR CHANGING liASHIONS. Thoi Kaiser has 'stood a. godfather to tho latest :babo aimong, gems, the Heliodore, swhich, -it is alleged, first saw light in a German colony. He" aiid thoe'Kaisorin, writes the London "Standard,"' have exchanged gifts of i/diodoro jei-ellery',and in consequencd it is prophesied- tlit the gem, whidi changes under*'artificial light fromn ' ourious golden yellow shade to green, Swill oenjoy -a. great, popularity in Gei m any. .: :. ':. .. - ' , During.-tho ast- foew years several additions havobe eoonimado to thi list of .gems,, and ,jewellery fads have been pretty frequent, for ornaments, . liko:everything else, are liable to the caprice of ,fashion. Afiother . iiteri .'estinggem; the'Benifo, or Benitoite, firsti saw the light of day-in California in 1907. ,0f a clear transparent blue, -with violet tints ard -a depth of color rivalling that of, the sapphire, it was . first nMistaken for that stone and. sold a...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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VICTORIAN CRICKET TEAM MATCH AGAINST NEW ZEALAND. ARMSTRONG TO BE CAPTAIN. Melbourne, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

VICTORIAiN? CRICKET? TEAM A,?TCH AGAINST ?E1V?i S' ZEAILAND ? i:, .ARMSTRONG .TOBE "P7IAIN: , felbourne, J? n . MIr AArnstroing hais iice epkd thi uf *er;6 f ,the'ictorian Corickotr:' As?oeia tionto captain! Victoriaragainst, New eoiland. ,

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TARIFF REFORM. UNIONIST FARMERS DISSATISFIED. WITH MR. BONAR LAW'S COMPROMISE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

TARIFF -REFORM UNIONIST FARMERS -DISSATIS. WITH e. MR, BONAR LAWS COMPROMISE l, - ,: 't "letLB' Teleam)- . S.. pndon Jan. 6.-' T.: . e'?'.\'stuminster GiGzette? (Lib-, ral)sisspiblihig 'oorrispondenco it-, leging tha' "tile iJhionist newspapers riro boycotting te htariff reform pro pa anda and particularly tlhe conm plaints of 'agricultrists; whr consider that. tho cbmpromise propounded by r. Bonar Law at Edinburglh'sorifiý ed tlhel farers for the manufacturers of. Birmingham.and Sheffield.' -: SMeetings of th. National :Farhneis' Unions have. been held., in all couh' tiesw..and.theoy3 have carried 4.resolji" tioisinot ton'asst ::tli e promotion' of tariff reform'nif the 'benefits foi agriculture, originally, proposed '. aro excluded ...',, A Farmer'. Tariff 'Unidn nas been formed;to fcarry ontlie cam Paign against,tloh tariff , reform com promise'.. t" . . (On Ostber o6, 1903,3 Mor., Josep' Ohamiberlamn opned his, tariff reform campgn .at. Glasgow, !and . the ; duty proposal pot fo...

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SPORTING. PORT FAIRY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

-SPORTINC : PORT FAIRY RACES' : T .nominations for thVe ,various venta at`the summ er, meetinig'of the Pot-Fn Racing. Clib," do hae held on Satuiray, are as follow:-- , Hurdle Race: Hayniow, CWasPceh, .Ludig, Lady Alvaicochet, Orinat'e, Black Falg. . ? Trial. Handicap: Hiaymo,ý; Pieton! Erin's Hope, Emeialdale, .:Bright Kirk, ]Banaar Ornate,mKingi Kir. :: Port FJairyHandiiap ??,dtoa,lwajor 'Eight;! Scottis bi'vcl'it f e Fl crum; Black Flagi Whare. Pony lace: Lady ideil;" Ornii-. tlhorhyanchus, ,Faiiy Port; Littla ieanu, Roluma,;.Blackstonie Picccl "?n . : Welter Haindicap :: PiStonn; .Lad• Hanilet:, Storm, 'Kin Kirk; 1]tiocliet; o:odski. Hack Ilalea L:ady' Hanilet eAlvaro, Iyloek, Caull di. II jia; "Glen . Elgin :Boirtkoi, Goldeii" ! ale, 'Prti .adt Seottish-Club? oMe Smith. ' ; 'Flying Handica?? Piston, Eriii'. Hope, .Mo'iid; 'Bri ht Kirk,- Maijbor Eight, :Banaroo;, hare. :; :'

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BILLIARDS. GRAY VERSUS REECE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

London; Jan. 6. The third of the series of billiard mtehes, between' George Gray (Aus tralia) anId Tom Reece (England) was commenced yesterday. The games are eaoh.of 18,000 uP with bonzolinoballs, Gray.conceding 2,000 start.. The Aus tral~an won the first. and feece the second. The scores at the close of pl?a last night wero: Reece (rec. 2,000), 2,865; Gray, 1,502.

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WARRNAMBOOL RACE ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

WAHHNAM30dUI.' H-ICE ENTRIES. , -Mr. 'A; H,. Davieswill .receiveI 1on tsies-up'd m G'1p. toii -d; i for tne IWarrnambool'Racing Club's 'sudmmer meeting, to be held'on Saturday, 17th inst.c Thd programme, wihichl appears elsewhero in. thisisub "coinprises half a dozen events; includinig the Sum mer' Haiidicad' of 75 Eovs., Hurdle Race -of 60 sovs. and Steeplcolhso of 50 aovs." Intending nominators are sgain reminded"ithat th ; nccessary fees must accompany the entry .in every instance, otherwise .it cannot be accepted.,-' .

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THE TANGO. LONDON SOCIETY LEADERS CONDEMN. BUT NEW YORK APPROVES. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

THE TANGO. LONDON SOCIELrY LEADERS CONDE3IN. . BUT NEW\\ YOIRK APPROVES.. (Reuter's Telegram.) London. Jan. 6. 'The "Daily Chronicle" has lately been Dublishing the views of Lohdon Society leaders on the subiect of the T'ango. Without exception they, ex= pressed themselres inl favor of banning the dance. 'l'o dav.'_the "Chronicle" Cavo the opinions of leading people in New Yorke society in regard to the 'dance. The New. Yorkers are anreed in 'ap proving of the Tanuo. althongh they allow that sml?e forms of it are 'o iectionable. Cardinal Farley of , Nes York is. however. a stern opdneiit of the 'Tango. His opoosition'has caused the cancellation of: a number of balls in New York this season at which' it was to lie a susecial feature. Included in the bhalls thus abandoned was one to be given byhv a Roman Catholic insti tute. for which ii(l0 invitations had been issupld. Several of the leading London res taurants • are substitutine :English dances-notaibly tbh ininuet-for' the Tanu .:o...

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CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA ENGLAND WINS RUBBER. GOOD FIGHT IN THIRD TEST. (Reuter's Telegram) Johannesburg, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

CRICKET'IN SOUTH AFRIICA ENGLAND WINS RUBBER. GOOD FIGHT IN THIRD TEST. (Ieute-" Telegram) : Johannieshirg, Jin 5. ' ¶1b third test' inatcTl between Eng land and South -Africa concluded to day. Tho Englishmen won:tho ganie and incidentally: the rubber, but the 'ionte team.put up a muclibetter fight ,in this match, and at two stages to day thaey bd a winning chance. With 396 rulms to got to win the Africians made an excellent start, but were all disposed of for 304, leaving the Eng lishmen vioietrs by 91 runs. This isa the first ocuasion in w:hich an Eng lish team has won ' 'the iribblr' in South Africa. Scores: Firs n Innings .. ............. 238 Second Innings ........:....:... 304 SOUTH AFRICA. First Inings .................. 151 t Second Innings. Taylor,. Tennyson, b Relf...... .70 Zulch, c and b Rolf ............ 82 Nourso, o Strudwick, b Barnes.. 6 Hands, c Tennyson, b Barnes.. 7 Beaumont, b Barnes .....0..... 0 Hartigan, a Douglas, b Barnes 0 Newberry, b Barnes ..........:. 13...

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TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

TO-DAY'S ADV iERTISING 'ANNOUNCEMENTS.. Sr.' T;'J;. oRiie. Ui-to-date Boot -ntl Shoe. Store;. Liebie-street, pubi lishes a list, in this :issue of footwear si. eeials ' ' . ,' , . ... ' ) 'scounts oi 'to Brliauin Snglh, tailor. must be chid'to hissiolicitors, Messrs. D]ovl and Co.. Teraing," be fore Saturday. 31st inst. Mr. G. Cinpiuearina. Liebig-street, calls' atteitinfi to- ihis stock of um brellas and iýnlkiii sticks.. , STenders are invited for a numbei of works in the etest ridii6 of the Slire of Warrnmribool. ' MBLsoM , HEMMON8, Dentist, Timoioatreet; .Warriiambool, Attends DAILY'.at'his Surgery.' : J. S. DAVIDSON, Dentist, may eo CONSULTED DAILY at his SBr. gery Kepler-street. Telephone 71.'. MR. F.. S. MAkWSOM. Dentist. of 197. and 199 Moorabool Street, Gc-. long, Visits as follow: Birregurra,; Monday, 12th January Colac, ''iesday, 13th; Camperdown, Wednesday, 14th; Cobden, Thursday, 15t; Toi an, Friday 16th; 1Iiort like, Saturday, 17th'; Garvoc, Mon day (til noon),lgth ; P...

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TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

Hospital, Egg .Day. ' ." i," Hospitil:l?Jo'er:Da.:'?' .. b "':-i'.? W.eekly stock srle orporation Yardsy Fertnightlyi furnitur- sale at .Er change Marth:- b..? . Warrianibool Shire Council, 11 a.in. 'Ball and suuier. Allansford Mechan ics' Institute: Eintries close ' for Warrnaibool t Euchre Part Framlinghaum Mis chanica': Institute. Loyal Victoria Lodege, M.U.,IO.O.F meets 8 -pm? Svlliabus-iMidsical even .Ball: ad:sunnuer.:Allansford Mechian ies' Institute. to-iilht; , Drags leave Miahon's.tablllcsat 8 o'clock. SYTEAiMEIR SAILINGS. The Edunieralla leaveslMhbourne for Warriiainbonl on Monday at 4 p.mi The Tvrian leaves 'arrnambool for M3elbourinthliis, day., at: 2 D.m.,-. witlh passengers'uonlv. WEATHER FORECAST The following weather forecast 'wa issued.at nine o'clock last night foi' to-day for.Victoria bhy.Mi. Hunt, the Commoriwealth Meteorologist: "Fine. :ivith, risiigt temperatures, east to norlhiest`.winds" ,l"

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CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT GAMBIER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. MOUNT GAMBIER PRESBY TERIAN CHURCH:. (To the Editor). Sir,-My ,attention has been drawn to the fact that you republished the other' day a par from the Portland "Guardian" which stated erroneonsly that. Mr. Davidson, of Eaglehawk, anid myself had been "napplicants" for the pastorato of Mount-Gatmbier Pres * byterian Clhurch, now vacant. This is quite incorrect. Our iames were secommended to thu church there quitO without our. knowledge by the Director of Homo ,Missions, whose opinion was soughllt. For myself,. I im mediately replied .to the request that came from Mount Gambier declining the proposal..' . Yours, etc., WILLIAM TAIT. , The Manse, Portland," S3rdJanuary, :1914.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

.TWO DOSES (GIVE MRELIEB, "I am subjocI't6'b, lhwe.troubles Swlih i icauseipa'i d ,inconveiencf,i iwrites' Mr. AlfredBWane', 185,Auburn •.road, Anoburon; Vic-" two d'osesof Ohamlberlain's Colic andT''DarrUioea Ilniedyei gle immediaite relif. I amf pleased to know thdre is',iieol.a safe and certain-remedy as Chamberlais ColioTandIhDiatrlFýa iReInel&y and'e l ilayrsldkep a bottla'iah.."a .Sold by o all'cheMiats'. and siore keepesa " re those nonuies of civilisation In digetion and Dypopesia,,. wieni Dr. Sheldoa's D?zestivo' Tabul;o aro rem ployed. 1 6arid 2/6 po tin. Obtain rea o.rperh Orie:. ;,',-'1 . ..?. SFortie Liv?F: Kidnes anl Digest ion no medieine'like ?N r"CAOýU LAY'S .SYRlUJ1P, Ceisfs /6;1 and}t DOUG 'LL'9 ,PX11ItIA ACY.',, r. 9 "1 AHUSMEi NTS '" IRAY) BALL ad' S PER + indsfodileehianni Hill, NIGHT,' ifn idn''f ; '?fpnes'' Fei?. Double Tickets, ./6: ext-a lady, ~. _l6trgiiuaid Duis' liusic.. Drags lear S: i: ANDE ; . SiiBSGRiL , tf r ReOei . , th ir laziy0 "Staidarid...

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THE MARKETS. Tuesday, 6th January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

'rTHE MARKETS. Tuesday, 6th ?fiai?r-..'?' ! . W"kNAM OOi)L' 'PiATO Prime potatoes areo qubo1d at £2 of per ton ex bas. : ARRI'NAM3' 00AL PIG ML( ET. bergiigigl; headi:=of, -wil. J4o.':'cwere classed as stores. ?he'.geri?ral .toi f "?h1i a arJ:et wsas Oiot, iltdthtiglih prites :wereo on "the iverag b isbup.: ýf. per head lower thimi those o0 the closing sales last. year.lrime baconers brought Irom 2,310. to £3/15/6; nediltiim qual ity baconers:fromil £23 to £18; lighter ?eights froni £2115 to £11719'; ba aottersi to,£3/1;8i i forward store pigs to' '11/ 'otlki starts,.froi 2. to "d7f; slipi ol suckers toI0'8$

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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

MELBOUN i-SHEEP MARKET. ig o25a trucks and 5000no" y road 1c.st wte le rg ordsb t<ey p p . ese te *whale a" largo'proportioni consis?sl f good .and. p.rime cerossbed .ewý'-'The ýelflthrsl anid"It ibdcrntfely:'fit vr icealle i rior-'c men!t :6fold oew.s." 'ihere'o wausirited conoipotitibia tlhibaliouti' l bo6th-i for x'port'aniid luc-il ??rsao' oaqifiroenits, aad prices r"il'ed buuofi1prii"'l; ir'hia ;ii adance of:Toriner rates, -'ý.Quota tionsi-aime'. crossliredid ivtlrsd 1 to lOI6;." extrai 20/ 'tol 21/ good l0/6 to :17/9 ;secona ahd'iiifr-ior'l5f 61/; with lidggeot?iother.'14/?f' 16/6 ac cording to'iulliffht prime crossbroJ 6wesS 0/0t.Is,' cxtra ?18tfio,20:9. gbood 13/O9to nlo/;;socdid 12/6 c'013 pri' meio ter s '169.o'17/ good do. froiii 14/ to 61/ ssec&id 12/ to 13/u; inferior andi miall friom 9G0; witli inerinoe wes;frdnm7/.tb. il6/; old aund low 6onditioiied sorts'3/-tfo /16. Fat Laniba :' 32,QpOpdniid,' cobm prisiaag 2443trucks'aaid'-l1001 by. road. For goo...

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LABOR MINISTER'S WILL THE LATE C. E. FRAZER. LEAVES £1,167 TO HIS WIDOW. Melbourne, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914

ilABOR }MINISTER'S! ?WILL THE LA¶TE O . E. FRAZERL 'E4V ES f 717 TO HIS WIDOW. M: ''lelbourne, Jan. i. ::Tho will of tlierlate Charles' E.-Fra zer,-? formerly (Poa staster-Genral. 7 in ihes~risher Goverriniment, wans -lodg.d Q-dad, for'; probate. ' Ho'left' property m Victoria 'valued:: at £167. to his rido ? y ". ,

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