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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
LATE ADYERTISE?IENTS JANTEDD, Man .to Split 6 TonE Green G;um, 2ft. lengths. Apply 'Startdard." •UTANTED, Gokl Woman Cook, used to hotel ccoking, at once; wages 30/.-3-ls. Presnell, Commer cial Hotel, Port Fairy.. MAR TARCHST " " l~r - ?Ht elsT IW )Ibs i:fSIST ON. LABELLED, PACKAGES WHOOPING COUGH A:\D BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. "My little girl; aged two years, had Whooping Cough and Bronchtis for 7 ionths,". writes. Mrs; F. '' aI.aion, 3 Water-street, Cainperdown, N.S.:W. "Sometines she was;so bad lshe woild ll down' with ''weakmnems.' 3?any a time I have. nicked her. up, thinking she was dead. She "would ho d her breath, and I would have to' smack her on, the back so as to help her to breathe again. I gave her a number of cough remedies, and I was: always taking her to the .doctors, .and they gave her many. cough. remedios,, but nothing had anuy effect whatever. One day a lady 'recommended'me, to try Dr. Sheldon's. New ;Dicovery 'and said it wasa'very'"god ...
RIFLE SHOOTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTiiNG NOoTES (BY CENTlR ?A. A committee imetin'g of the W1air nanlibol Rite Clubet'ans held oni M6in .day evening in \r. Anderson's' roomsni to receive tile resignation of-the sec retaryi, r.'A. J. , Worland, rwhuo, througih, pressure" of business', is' coru pelled to retire. 'llheresignation was. accepted uvitlh regret, and the thanks' of the Uinub were tendered for the ef licient manner in .which .Mr. Worland iidd i:Oiidiicted its' busiiess: Mlr.° . MLcuisren, an enthtisiastic member,was applointed-secrotatyrfor tile remainder of the term. - Oni thui suggestion of the'- captain, it- ias deemed advisableo.to appoint tli-omembers as a team selection conm niitfee,- whiclhr esulted in Messrs.: i.. Hosn:arid . O: De Grandi bbding (1 ected:' A 'schenio was also -submitted to facilitate the selection of - teaims, named the ladder plinciple,which con sists of the mniembers pitted one against the outer (individually). for instance, the competitors are first placed ill order of me...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
PERSONAL. The congregation of the newly created Scots Presbyterian Church at Geelong on Monday evening decided to give a call to the Rev. A. Heath.. cote Fletcher, of Port Fairy, to the charge. Mrs. S. A. Rhodes, who died at Wellington, N.Z., on-Eriday, made a - large number of charitablo bequests, imcluding £600 to St. John Ambulance Nursing Guild, £500 to St. John Ambulance Association, £500 Young Women's Christian Association, £1000 to. Boys' Institute. £100 to Mother Mary Josephl Aubort, a well-known worker in the cause of charity, £100 to'. irovido Christmas dinners for the inmates of the Chiro Home, £100 to the Home for the Aged and Needy. One-ninth of the residue undisposed is to go to the Victoria College for the Education of Women, as the trustees hink'fit; one-ninth to the Boys' In stitute. Madame Melba intends to return to Australia at an early date. She will probably arrive in April. Her visit 'a chiefly for the purpose of. obtaining i, rest, but sheo will probably take....
THE BICAMERAL SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
TrHEI IICIA.MEAL .SYSTEM. Oine hioes that Alustralia is the most orerleiislated. country in the .world. I: has fourteen Houses to miake laws for less than li"e million .eople. Ac cardini, to the "Worker." Mr. Hol man.the Premier (of New South Wiles, proposes to filht for tih abolition of the Leitislative Council. Exactly how he is to acroinulish his murpose the ianlr does not coinescend to explain. It is onite ensv tc ask n bod of mnen to commit uolitical suiilde. but it is rather hnad to umake them do it. But. passinie that. the liieinwrnIl system is anotherrmniter about which the Libe ral Partv will halve to draw up a po liev which is int nebulous. Australia does not need fourteen legislative rhamliers.- and the aibairdity of the thilng is sunremne when the many elect nne lot (if members to do what they iish. and the few ele.t' another clim ber to) undo it ail. That varticular form of huiibuii w:is iiossible when the imant could not read-it is quite im ipssible wlin'l thies are ed...
MERCHANT FOUND SHOT A SYDNEY RESIDENT. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
MERCHANT FOUND sHo: ýTA7SYDNE 'DESIDENT. . , .. . .Sydney; ' 'Jan . 6, Henry Edwa Jd oni ?erehint, of S ex-street, was found; lying ihn his:bed at his'resideine ip Drunimonye with a bullet' wound in the, hod 'and a'siblv er by liis'side o. was taken t lo o hospital in :a ` sridus condii tion. ,:+:, . .. ', ,:- '.r -. ,
TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
TERANC STOCK MARKET. Monday, 5th January. 307 cattle and 732 sheen forward. Fat Cattle: 88 f6rward. For best fat cows values.woro hardly.as good, while medium .sorts ruled finn at last mar ket's rates. Best fat cows £5/101 to £7/5/; medium sorts from £4/10/ to £5151; lightweight bullocks from .£6 10/ to £8/10/ bulls' froin £2 to £8. Dairy Cattle: Values firm. Autumn heifers, 2 years old, £4 to £4/10/; 3-year-old leifers £4/15/ to L5/19/; autumn cowss to £5/6]/ Store Cattle: Values firm. Blest foria.rd store cows £31151 to £4/10; old and inferior from £2. Yoinig Cattloe: YXTirling, steers 27/. Sheep: Values ruled firm. Prime fat lambs 12/ to 14/6"to 14/10; fat 2 tooths to 13/4: 2-tooth wethers 13/. Next weekly stock sale" on .Monday, 12th January. Dalgety and Co. Ltd. report hav ang yarded 83 cattle, including 3S fats. and 158 sheep, and sold for the tol lowing vendors at abore quotations: Messrs. F. ). D.Macdonald, J. Whit ing, Brown Bros., H. Meli~rney. C. Biggin, Exors. l0. O'Keef...
INFANTIFOUND BURIED. STATEMENT BY MARRIED WOMAN. Colac, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
INFANT!FOUND BURIED. STATEMENT" BY MARRIED S WOMAN. Colac, Jian.- . A magisterial inquiry was, opened by Mi. Walter, Selwood, J.P., this morning on the ,body of an infant. child. Constable Nankervis stated that on 3rd January ho intervizwed nnEma Ruby Dobihue, .married oixiin, ;at Ellininyt. After qiuestioning, lier slie admitted die' had given birth to a child early on the morning of thlie 3rd inst; She said.so"e put it in the oilt hoidse but went back and'took it out, and then lmuried it in the gaiden. Wit ness :aid Sergeaiit .Seddon 'rrmoved the eairh at.a spot. where itlhad been recently: disturbed, and ' foiid "tae body. of i'fine child a foot beloi the suiface. There were -o apparenit oat Ward" marks of' violence: . : ? Dr:::Niinkervii:.tasted that' ho'ns callod i i to see the ;wQman.Diinohue by her :mther. He had made ,a post mortem examin tion I 'of 'lie . ibody w'hich'~was that':. of : fullyadeveloped male child;' Ho formed th" opinion that the' child: WaiS- born alive, ,nd...
HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
HOW' TO .NEUTRAhLISE DANGER OUST"' STOMA?OH lCIDS.: Few jieoplo ,besdespiphysUi~" real iso the 'mportance of keeping. the food contents of the stomnach free from acid:fermentatioi.'. Heoathy ;normal digestioli cannot takb pla?e. wlile the delieatb lining of the -stomaich is be ing inflaimed and 'distended :ly : acid and.wind-the results of fermenting food in: the .stimach...- To secure. per fect digestioni; fermentation nmust be stopped or. preventted, and "the: acid noutralised. For .'this .. puirpse phy sicianha )usually recommend getting a littlo.bisurated niaSnesil from the ehemist and tailing half a teaspoon fulin a.little hot or, cold. water im mnediitely after eatiing. Tlheysreeom mend bisurated magnesia bicause it is pleoasant to take, has no disagreeable after' effcts.. and instantly ;stops fer nentaition, neutiralise, the: acid : and makes.the sour acid food bland, Sweet and easily digestd . Tho:regular?r:us of bisurated miag nesia -be sure you got thd. bisuritcd. eis othe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 7 January 1914
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