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A NEBULOUS POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
A NEDULOUS POLICY in its leader of to-da the "Age" referred to the "nebulous iolicy' of. the Cook lMinistrv. The Dhrase puts the nosition In a nutshell. A numeric ally small wing of his followere make it imuossiblo for.the Prime Minister to submit anythine which can be call ed a policr. He wanders about the country talking largely of the sine of the Fisher Ministry which died months ago, and talking vaguely about the high aims and ideals of Liberalism. But as the "Age" points out. and as everybody knows, he does not and is not allowed to introduce a single men sure which;would realise any one of those : asiirations, or ideals..
MR. ELMSLIE AT ESSENDON. DENIES THAT THE MINISTRY IS A COUNTRY ONE. Melbourne, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
MR. ELMSLIB1AT ESSENDON: DENIES THATfTHE MINISTRY: IS A OOITNTRY ONE.. -6 Melbourne; Jano;6. . Speakiing at tEsondn :in support of the oandidat.uze:of Mr: Keoane, iwho is opposingbithe' Premier. Mr. Ehnslie said in reference to the claim that the Ministry was a 'country one, that Mr. Murray. lived-in 7Melbourne and only went to "Warrnambool for the races and show. Mr. Hutchinson, who lived in Melbourne, and who was represenit ing the Wimmera, ?and only .wsents there when the show was on. ';.' : Messrs.E ' Lawson: and-Peacook were the only Ministers who lived in' the country. ' .
ULSTER'S ARMY. REGIMENT AT MANŒUVRES. DETECTIVES WATCH OPERATIONS. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
ULSTER'S ARMY. --ý- REGIMENT AT T3AN(EUVRES. DETECTIVES WATCH OPER A TIONS. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 6. The East Belfast.regiment of the (Ulter volunteer force has concluded a week's manmuvres- at Ormistown. Lieut.-Colone? Arlington Ohiohester. D.5.O., of the let Battalion of the Dorset' Regiment, and Major Madden were in charge of the opera tions. A series of night attacks was praotised under the direction of M3r, J. M. McCalmont, M.P. for East An trim, and Hon. Colonel of the Royal Antrim Artillery. Detectives watch ed-the exercises throughout. (Iieut,-Oolonel Chiohester saw a lot of service in the South African war. Mr. McCalmont was formerly a cap tain in the 8th Hussars).
CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA ENGLAND WINS RUBBER. GOOD FIGHT IN THIRD TEST. (Reuter's Telegram) Johannesburg, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
CRICKET IN SOUTH AFRICA *'-* -- ** - - ENGLAND WINS RUBBER. GOOD FIGHT IN THIRD TEST. Sifeut-r's Telegram) Johannesburg, Jan. 5. SIths third test match between Eng land and South Africa concluded to day. The Englishmen won the game -and incidentally the rubber, but the home team put up a much better fight in this match, and -at two stages to day they had a winning chance. With 396 runs to get to win the Africans aide an excellent start, but were all disposed of for 304, leaving the Eng lishmen victors by 91 runs. This is the first ocasion in which an Eng lish team has won the rubber in A8outh Africa. Scores: ENGLAND. First Innings ................ 3 Second Innings ........... 304 SOUTH AFRICA. rst Inings ................ 151 Second Innings. Taylor, o Tennyson, b Ielf.,.:.? 70 Zuloh. o and b ReIf ............ ,82 Nonurse o Strudwick, b Barnes. -';6 Hands, a Tennyson, b Barnesaf;',, 7 Beaumont, b Barnes ...1... ; "0 Hartigan, C Douglas, .bBarnes ,0 Newberry, b Barnes . ...;:. .. v.a13...
DEMANDS OF MINERS. NEW SOUTH WALES TROUBLE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Newcastle, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
:DEMANDS OF MINERS: - eanwr'a Telegrepu... Newcastle; Jn.i '?t :is feared'.tliat:the disputlo ie t?een-ethc'coal miriers and'prbprietors may develop ,into seriotlS proportidos. Ifrereice of the'question of thei bo lition of the aftergoond'sliifthmay' be "made to the wages.board.'to.ay or co morrow. The proprietoiz.initend ip. posinig the referee .c to the board: n the..ground tliat.the 'bo6rd does not possess the right f o;say whether ..-"r not more th?n' one shift' shall be worked in the mines. --:: 'If thd- prolrietors are "successfe! serious" trouble is likelyr to " folldow; ,s the miners are Testless. ''. . INTERSTATE CRICKET. NEW SOUTH - WALES v. .SOUTIH :AUSTRALIA. (Reuter's "Telegram.) Adelaide, Jan. 7. Tie New Southl Wales cricketers arrived 'to-day. 3acartney has re covered, froi" his recenit illness. The weather indications point t. rain.
BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
BALLARAT STOCKS MARKET. Cattle: .146 penned:;. Pri?B sold to £13/12/6; good to £11 m edium to:;8 Calves :'18 peiinned B estsold to6 -17 Sheep: `4943 o'nned Prime'crossn bred ietlihers to 19/; extrai'2/3;'goo? to 17/; medii?'to' 14' prime"cross bred ores "to" 7/ 'ext.r. to' 17/9, gd?l to 15/; best'iuerno': iethers"td'o l?j good to 138' Lambs s'2314:penn;od Prime"toia18; extra to ]9/6 'good;'to=l56'I' useful to 13/6; primeo shorn lainbs to 15'G; extra to 16/9; good to 13/.? '
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKElT. Fat Sheep: 17,000 ';ya.ded,:;comprio "rag 525 trucks and 15,000,tby. road.Best wethers wero sioderately represented while a large proporti6on consisted of good and prime crossbred' ewes. The bulk of the merinos consisted of use tul grade medium and light weightl wethers and moderately fat to ser viceable ewes. -Inferior .descriptions were represented "solely :by a consign ment of old ewes. There Was spirited competition throughout, ' both for export and local trade :.requirements, and prices' ruled: about, 1/ i?er head sn advance of: former, rates. Quota tions: Prime crossbred wethers, 181 to 19/6; extra 20/f.to 21/;i good 16/6 to 179; second and inferior 15/ to 16/; with hogget wethers 14/ to '16/6, ac cording to quality; 'primb' cossbroJ ewes 15/6 to 17/; extra-181 to 20j9; good 13/9 to 151; second 12/6 to 1316; prime nierino wethers 16j9 'to 17/6: good do. from 14/ to 15/6; second 12/ to 13/6; inferior and small from- 916; with merino ewes from:7/ to 16/;...
SPORTING. MENTONE RACES. Melbourne, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
SPORTICG. ';,:MENTONE RACES. .?"' M , elburne, Jan. 3. 1'he ablve races held this afternoon riulted "a follow: Hurdl Race: Widden 1" Dominic san 2, McAljin 3 3 to 1 agst winner. First Division' Handicap: Precious 1, Dewberry 2, Apiarist 3; 12 to 1 agat, winner. Second Division Handicap: Kareela l;-Miss Moi 2, Eltliam 3; 7 to 2 agst winner. MLentonq Handicap: Yerncda ., P ear King 2, Licus 3; 9 to 4 agst Winner. : aird Division Handicapi Tramp 1, Maloja 2, Lebasi 3; 5 to I agst win ior.. *Jumper:s', Flat Race:; Syivafinmore' 1 N'apkarb 2, Blind Harry ;3 5..to. 2 fat si-ner.
ANGLO-GERMAN MARRIAGE GERMANY'S RICHEST HEIRESS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
ANCLOU-GERMAO N iARIAPE GERMANY'S RICHESTHEIRESS. (Reutor's Telegram.) Berlin. Jan. 7. The marria?e took 'lace in Berlin to-day of the Hon. John Poweri Ber tramn Oilvv Freemiani Mitfo~kd.K.C.B., fourth son of Lord Redesdldd.' and Fraulein Von Friedlander Fuld.'daugh tereof HerrFritz von Friedlander Fltld, of Lanke. near'Berliui. The finotion was one, of the most fashionable seen in Berlin for some time. Mr. Friedman M3itford had been learnine business and banking in Ham bur- for the vast two years, and it was at Kiel Regatta last year that he met Franlein von Friedlander Fuld, who is 21 years of age and an only child. She is stated to be the richest heiress in Germany. althon?h appar ently some nart of the oronerty is en tailed :and the succession may be af fected by marriage with a foreigner. Her father. who derives his Wealth chiefly from coal. has built up most of his fortuneab ??is h wn efforts. -