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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
PERSONAL. . The congregation .of .the newly created Scote Preebyterian Church at Geelong on ?oIdaF evening decided to givO a call to the Rev. A. Heath ?ot? Fletcher, of Port ?airy, to: the charge. Mrs. S. A ItRhodes, who Ldied at Wellington, N.Z., on Friday, made a large number of charitable bequests, ioluding £600 to St. John Ambulance Ambulance Association, t£00 Young Women's Christian Asociation, £1000 to Boys' Institute, £100 to Mother Mary Joseph Aubert, a well-known worker in the oause of obirity; £100 to provido. Christmas dinners for"the inmates of the Ohiro Home, £100 to the Home for the Aged- ad:-Ngedy. Ono-ninth of the residue undieposed is to go to. the Victoria Collego' foi the Education of Women, as the trustees think fit; one-ninth-to"thieBop,' '.In Madame Melba intends to roturn to Australia. at an early, date.:. She will probably arrive in April. Her visit Pr ooebly for th urose oobtaining a rest,o buet h wil; probably:take p'rt in eoonert° work. Hoer:project for a ...
THE FEDERAL ARENA. Melbourne, Jan. 5. FRANK CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
THE :FEDERAL 'ARENA. Melbourne. Jan. 5. S FRANK CRITICISM. The volitical ouitlook' has changed completely. A little while back Libe rals had the null and isero anxious for a fieht. Now the Cook-Irvine com bination -has thrown all the chances away and stands to' be' hopelessly beaten. The result of the New South Wales elections was a' shock. and the Benambra by-election in Victoria is as bad. Last time a Liberal candidate was returned with a four figure ma iority-this time the Liberal won with a Door four hundred. Taking that as representative. as it probably is, it means utter rout when the Federal elections come on next. To lose seven hundred votes in one poor little State constituency is to have lost every neu tral who lives in it. The thing is'not surnrisine. Mfr. Irvine and the men behind him ran the policy of the Min istr-, and nothing so stupid has been done since Disraeli educated the con servative Party at- home.
THE BUTTER TRADE. MR. H. W. OSBORNE'S INQUIRIES A COMPREHENSIVE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
1 HEUUIERTRADE. -0 NR, H. W. OSBORNE'S INQUIRIES A COMPREHENSIVE REPORT. The. iis;etigations made by Mr. iH. W. Osborne; manager of the Western )istrict Factories Oo-operative Pro uce Coy., into the circumst anccs un lor which Australian butter is placed en the markets of the United Kling lom, and the factors operating in the deterioration of the prices ob tained, were of a characteristically tiorough and extensive character. Suveral months were devoted to the pursuit of inquiries, and the results save been embodied in a comprehen sire and carefully-prepared report for the information of the shareholders ,o the Western District Company and those engaged .in the trade generally. The various sections of the report deal with such matters as the manu facture and use of margarine, grade branding, advertising Australian but ter, blending, trade in the Midlands, marketing, and quality. Each phase of the subject is tieated with frank ness, and the details submitted con tin much valuable inf...
MARGARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
MARGARINE: "Seven. years ago. we. sold about one ton of- margarine weekly; ;- now we sell over 100 tons a. week.": This remark was made..to: ne by the Pro duce manager of a Company with over 500 retail shops sin the United; Kinigdom,and, its iffords'-a' striki'ng' il lustration of the growth of this trade.The ,total-. uantity of margarine imported into Gr'eatJiBritaii duiriibn the twelve months ended last Septem ber,, was ,73;438 'tois, and fully 130,000 tons was made by: factories in England and Scotland-thus show Img a oonstmptioin'of about 200,000 tons annually. I was afforded an opportunity of ii-. specting a: large margarine factory Im England;, and spent several hours in observing the method adopted for convertig . cocos-the "meat of the cocoanut' -into a' commodity, which closely resembled butter. There? were huge vats containing.cocos and l skimmed milk;' churns, workers, and blending machinery - for'the various processes; cotton seed and other oil 'coloring matter, salt, pr...
MR. LLOYD-GEORGE. SHOULD HE RESIGN? "STANDARD'S" EMPHATIC DECLARATION. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
.MR. LLOYD-GEORGE. SH)ULD E RE.SIGN? S'.lTANDARD'S"" EMPHATIC. DE OLARATION. , . . tReuter's Teleg.raml li 'Stadird " .London Jan.'7. T11''St'dmrd" thi "orning re tuirns to the subject of Mr. Lloyd Georg 's strong dislike to-increased xpenditure on armaments as revealed b _tho. published account .of a con versationtwhich the Chancellor of the ixchliequer had witli a frieid at IVs iome at Cricciothl (Wales); recently. . Commenting on the explanation of the Chancellor's remarks furnished by the ''Daily Chronicle" (Liberal). tLe "Standarid"states that if Mr. Lloyd Ceorge's wort be. taken at their face-value h- has no righl to con tinue in' the Cabinet, while if they meant.. nothing,. then lie is unfit 'for, any Cabine. . The "Stlindard" adds that a 31inis ter, who, in levity and incontinence of-speech. plunges a Continent. into uneasiness. and alarm, is not'. wantel anywhhere. PROHIBITION IN CANADA TEMP'ERANCE SUCCESSES IN ONTARIO.. i,:. tLer's Tilegram.) Toronto, Jan. 7. The Temperanc...
SORDID TRAGEDY. MILLIONAIRE'S SON KILLS FAMILY. BECAUSE WILL FAVORS BROTHER. (Reuter's Telegram.) Madrid, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
SORDID, TRAGEDY. MILLO1NAIRE'S.SON KILLS FAMILY? . BEGAUSE WILL FAVORS BROTHER. (Reuter's Telegram.) S Madrid, Jan. 7. A terrible tragedy in sordid :.r cumstaneces has occurred at Berdegal, In Spain. Senor Palacie, who died recently at that town, left * a. fortune" of pvor '1,000,000, most of which hle be ueathled to Francie-ro?lis you?ngest The eldest son, furious at losing the major shard of. the money, shot dead his motheir aid brothers with i revolver. The muirderer:then, took liis own life. The , fortune, will now~ probably revert to the State.
LADY MOSS. HUSBAND'S WILL CONTESTED. QUESTION OF DOMICILE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
HUSBAND'S WILL -CONTESTED. QUESTION OF DOMICILE. (HRBter'a Telegramm.) Lonidon, 'Jan. 7. The .widow of the late Bir Edward Moss, the wellIknown'niusic-hall pro prietor;, who- died in I ove??ief, is contestiiig his will. :She claims that her right? under' the Scotchlja? i ill give her the income of a third 'art of the residuary estate, which amouints to about £1.50,00 -- - Tho trustees of the estate maintain that Sir Edward had English domicile. (Lady Boss was the secdnd iwife of Sir Edward, who resided "at Middle ton Hall, Gorobridge, Midlothian).
Why Women Should Ride Astride. SIDE SADDLES ARE DANGEROUS AND LIABLE TO CRIPPLE THE RIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
Why women Should Ride Il lit ,u DEI -t. j y rI V MANNING.) The andatoiist nnd+physician die wa ie 'thait t .lbony frameivork of the. iiaii?n feUiiiii'?is as well': and eviln betiter aapted'to cross sad dle riding 'thais the faineiaork;of the huiiiuan male 1 ' ii the lfemiale that bi bin fron hich te liii bones: are; swiinn l wider front aide to side lthan is the male, and conselquiontly' liearticltions of the lt iones are separaiii ted by i cider smle. ;ii I hegruater, width. bettleea the l ,i e g?rfi' ii'i t litt , tlhe iman, . 'his tholds tite. ii spit .: of the fueil that her cointours' :ailre mot so sliaringly cushioned. . TI lie retisotitleoti iejutilictIt doubter ofi this stiteniiint; any dcenn lace lifin self of its truth i.y coniparing ivell articulated malen anid feiale skele tuns, aid t ?? lstudy is suggested` to" those wlio dleclare that a woiuaii. is not coistrtie 'to ride cross sad tIe to :adiantago. : ... ' l'eople iwho ihavo beein used to refer to cross saddle' riditi...
TROUT AT THE BUFFALO. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
TROUT. AT. THE BUFFALO. Aiions' its many 'other attractions for tourists the Bluffalon own provides excellent' trout fishiinf the efforts of the Fis!leries.inil Ciaie l)onartment. instituted in.1909.ha vin been success ful in stcckind the cold waters of Lake Caitni nwith railbow trout. At tJie erid of last seaikuin ii abnormail fish was hooked.- It weighed"'5lb. The Departmentanl officers consider this crowtli extrardinaryv for.what could not have bed~i mnre than a four years old fish. the highl altitude and low temneratmu., of the lake being. coti sidered. Unfortunately. these factors prevent the fish from breeding, ind, in order to maintain a snorting'sup= ply. it is necessary to liberate -1500 or 2000 yearlings each year. at.consider able exoense. This policy is to-be continued. it havlim been demonstrat ed that "fr'" does not survive the iourney to the 'Buffalo:
LIFTING BUOYS BY WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
LIIING. IUOdYS IBY .WIRELESS. A German invintor, Grimmieisein, clainmi to haive found a metnhod for using w ireless i?l es i: the best iianlner, for lighting up" distant lamps, by the use u of an accurately tuned w ireless receiver, at each lamp, so that+ it is sensitive to ,only, one waved pitch and no others.'" The wirelessr waved act_ upon a receiver combined with a "local?" relay, for working nan electroniiagnetic s'witch so ?as to ":turin on the current or gii as ?tho~case nmay be. This idea is in itself "now no new one, 'as we are : already "familiar with n lreless distaint control devices, but thei originality lies in the close t.iuning of the receivers so thait only a , given w?ve frelquency ?will work thiem ' The device e ill thus be. a vulatlule 'onie for seacoast lights, ind especially for; light Buo?lu s. Before this, sea caibles : ero rllI froim the buoys to shore toi? bring: the` cur rent bit: suci cables i nced.i to be very strong, soas. to stand the so oere strain of...