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DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
DAIRY. PRODYUCE.'C' "` WESTERN DISTRICUYC ,01 The VReatrný District? actories ."Co operative Co:; Itd.a 49 57 King-setret, Melbourne; "port:ep Butter :MaIhrket is steady .at late rates, viz:. Superfine Westerns 1,d. per lb.? gobd to prime 10?d to lid per lb.; medim t uality 10d to 10yd per lb.; inferior qualities are lower. Oheese: The market is very glutted owing to tho heavy supplies . coming forward. Large cheese are selling at; 5id., 51d, and 5id. per lb loaf cheso: are from Sid to' 6d per 1., semi-ia tured 6d" to 71d par lb.. chbice mel low matured 7Td to, td per ldb'?i e tra choice 8d to 8ld'-perblb.` "' Eggs: 8d per dozen; private ,nd special lines a little higher.
PORT FAIRY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
P .ORT FAIRY RACES.' C'. b. : ominationa -for the v.anous; eventc at the summer meeting of the Port Fairy Racing Club, to. io held on Saturday, are.:as follow: -.' H. Hurdle' lRace:,' Haymow, W.Vaasea;~o Ludwig, Lady Alva Ricocheti Ornateo, Black-la. ag - T.:rial Handicap: Haymow, ;Pioton, Erin's ' Hope; .Jmeraldaled,'Brigh Kirk,' Bannro, Ornate, King .Kirk Port Tbairy Handicap Motonajmaor' Eight, Scottish Ciubi Ricochet Fu1l oruni,. Black Flag, Wha're - SPony ace': Lady '*idenii, Orni-. ithorhynchus, Fairy Port; Little Beau;: Roluma,. Blackstone, Piccolo..,; '.Welter Handicap, Pistofi, 5 I ady * Hamlet, Storm, KinE Kirk, Iticochet, Vodski. .-Hack Race: Lady .Hamlet,i Alvro, Iylock, Cullodin,. Ilbowa, Glen El'gin, Booitkoi? -Golden . Vale, Port" Lad;, Scottisli Club, Me Smith' F-lying H.ndicap Jmiston,:.Erin'i . Hope, Motoa, Bright Kirk,- Major Bigont, Briaroo, Y.'hare. '. . .,
CANTERBURY PARK RACES. (Reuter's Telegram) Sydney, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
SCANTERBURY PAR K RACES. '; .... ".. Sydneys Janbl 3;:: SThe Caiterbury. Park racesr werze ,held: tlsafternoon,.. and .resulted as, :flying Handicap: Lady oDenian, 1, Miocene 2, Malt Mary 3;,5 to 2 agst winner. Reynolds, rider of Miocene, was suspended. for 2 months for, ross ing. and interfering with -Malt Mary. -_Juvenile Handicap: Viburnum ,1, Headwind 2, Hyppolito 3; 10 to .10 agst winner. Park Stakes: Sir Howard 1,. Boo yamura 2, Lapsis 3; 2 to 1 agst wii-. ner. Three-year-old Handicap: :Cooghal|i 1, Valior 2, .Miss Mooltan: 3-.A4,to-l asst winner. - Canterbury Handicap M:.Iultlim in; Parvo 1, Former 2, Britain 3 ;. 14 to; 1 Pgst winner. : Welter Handicap:: Correna 1 Back'i Lager 2, Voldon-3; evei,'win ner.
THE AUTUMN CARNIVAL. V.A.T.C. AND V.R.C. ENTRIES. Melbourne, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
,.THE AUTUMN GARNIVAL : v.A.TO. iAND V.R:;C ENTRIES Melbourne, Jan. 6. 'ihe'foBQowin~ re .the nominations for, thi Oakleigh :Plate, Newmarket' Handioap and Australian Cup:-' Oakloigh Plate: Tingle, Miss Mel ton, Ireland Pinkorton,Peck o' Maut,,. Aleoenner, D efence, Jolly Beggar, Silver Lad, Tramontanta, Upright,i Itathlea, Four Flush, Naxberry, Nan gunia Queen Dhuldul, Philio,, Noble Bonnie, Qouir Burn, Coolamatong, Precious, Ordinal, Kildalton, Adorn, Lord Walla, Widgiewa, Spica, -Audac ity, Rose Royal, Miss Gower, Arndelr Free Play, Blague, Bouchal Machree, Antoinette, Ostresa, Avonwort, .El vanite, Aboyno, Iownit, - Captain, .White, Yarrien, Andelosia, Gold Brew, Averse, Traquette, Coolagunyah, Irish Mist, Saracen, Highbrow, Lornez, fandsome Maid, Orphan Maid. Li pola, Trusty Servant, Trixette, Ethel Buckley, Ballyaheen, Brunahilda, Tofua, Carnell. Sunlike, Cider, Best Scot, Popinjay, Lidero, Early Hopeo, Woorak, Tatterley, Athenic, Valido, Arrowform,Nuwara Eliya,Lord Liddell Ke...
WARRNAMBOOL CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
.\i1R\nANI OOL CNTI'LE The yarding was.a somewhat small one, numbering 171 head, of which 35 were classed as fats. Prices compared faiiorably ..ith', those, of the closing sales of last year. Bullocks.brought 'ip to' £15; priie cows from £7 to £8. 260; inedifum, co?s'foin n £6 to £06/15; lighter weights' froinm £5/10 to £5/18; forward springing heifers from £6 to £7/5; 2. year old lieifors,: in'calf, to £3/15) store cows "to 90,; bulls, which were in good demanrid, fetched up to £6.
ENGINEER OF PORTS. MR. G. KERMODE SELECTED. Melbourne, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
ENGINEER OF PORTS.: IR. G. KERMODE SELECTED . o" rlellioure, Jai.7. Mr. .?: rmode, Engineer i f baids :,Bisid esliid Harbor Works, lhs 'bee'n "apjpointed Acting Enginieer of.Port?sitain Harbors; and will offici atei wlle7M'r .'.. W.Maclean is :in leiive, iidr tofibtiring froni'thb ser At tlietini~o ttiCof at Mr. Mlebnfo's lease r'Ir:I:' rhisdeiti ill b iLB appolted piiiaiinntlb ? The inoiniiiatioi: of IMr: KIrniodeii'? Actiilg "Engiie`?ir' as miade by: Mr. G.Morrison, State Pub lic Sgrsidce Comimissioner: Ports .ani harbodis branch is- ?pa?] of the Puiblie Worl~sDepartmeht~.nind Mr. Kri-mode will therefore still work under :lr.E. T. Drhike; secretrv four Public Works.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
S WANThD.-Someone. with an ach * in? head to try the soothing and cura tivo effoot of BLOORE'S HEAD SACHE OURE: prompt and coid.ain. re lief. Suroly it iI unwise to continue to bear.the-noerve-racking pain of an aching'head .when.it can at once be remediediby a visit 'o Bloore's Pharnim .toy.~ Price, /. AMUSEMFENTS. HOPKINS GUN CLUB. :' A COLAYBIRD' '. SHOOT (tr6phici .and Swoopstakos), will to held on the Club'sa grounds; on: ArTUTDAY SNEXT, :10th inst. Shoobting conm mences at 2.30 p.m. arp -?? . S H; PRITCRHAoD, Hon. Sec. IONGREE ATIONAL-' Men's tInsti p"tote S.yllabus Item:, "Holiday Experiences." To-night, 8 o'clock. SAMUSEMNTS. _ KORoIT ICiC IRACES.! SATU1tDA "2thJ4ANUARY, 1914. . ,-; , PROGRAMME: , ." .yANGIBRYi AID]N HAICKRACE :...o? fifu rlodigl, for 9Tdpl1'y-.'vlue £212/, ..Nomnination, 2/.. (Wiinnr of any" race c'-iiuaea)I). "'W1iight;"libt.. W OO L6TTH ORPE NOVELTY PON-Y .-RACEo 4,. furlongs for Trophy valuo '£3/3. Minimun %eight, 8.7. with lundidaip for* performancee, a...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
3IELBOURINE CAT¶1'LE MARKET. Fat. Cattle: 3550 carded,. compris ing 1550 from New Sbutli Wales, 900 from the North-Eastern District, 260 from the Northern District, 360 from Gippsland, 200 from .South Gippslan'J, and 270 from the Western District. The supply consisted of.2500 bullocks find. 1050 cows. in bullocks a large proportion consisted .of. good anl prime qualities. Prime cows were scarce. The demaiid sias steady throughout, and prices ruled firm at fully late rates.: Quotiations: Prime bullocks £11 to £12; extra £12/10 to. £14; good £9/10 to £10/10; good light and handy weights £8 to £J/5; second and inferior fironi £6. A .few pens of good and prime cows £7 nto £9; odd beasts to £11/10i others from £4: Fat Calves: 600 penoned. For good and prime steers and hqifers prices were about maintained, while for calves and small vealers, which were fully represented both with regard ;o number iand quality, prices ruled de cidedly easier. Prime steers and heif ers £4/15 to £5/15; dxtra...
MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
MELBOURNEI FA1RM PRODUCE. Wheat: Shippers are reported to be compneting rpther freely ;it certain railway stations for wheat, and the country price at those, places is, con sequently,. a little hligher thali that obtainable in town. Yesterday shippers sere paying up to 3/6i, and it isun derstood that tu-day a slight advance s ..obtailable. .The ,tivn mrket . is firm with buyers.. at 3/55 to 3/6 for Jaqiiary.dlelivery ...- Ots iand barley a'dr quiet at un hanigetd ratel, For maize there is a good tradle il quiry,. , Chaff is activou aind lightly sup plied, ... . _.... . .1 .oteatcs .q er?ip goaQd deniand this morning, and prijs isiproved slight ly. Supplies weae iiot.too plentiful, rail arivals . amounting to. 10 truck iailS Sydiey buyers purchased a mo deaito quantit. .Soiie mercliaiitq reported, a better toii in? Iotils, :lthouglitherqs at.?ino ilefiuit.?reason isslgn ed. Neither buv ers nor sellers showi any eagerness to do business.at .the.loner, prcce(s; "and tirade is quiet. Fi...
LANDSEEKERS ACTIVE. AMERICANS TAKE BLOCKS. Rochester, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
LANDSEEKERS .AUTIVE. AE11?CLRANS TAKE BLOC?S '' Rochester, Janii 3. Mr.: Elwood Mead is 'visitinig irri gatioii areas, inspectng blocks.". "At-a ineeting of settlers-'at- Bimawm last night,- fr. Mead 'advised -regarding the sowing of winter fodder.. He stats ed that a large party of lanids`eeker. woild: visit 'Rochester settlements an February 5 and' 6, and spoke en thhsiastically of the progress shown.. Before leaving for an inspection of Nanneella 'settlement this morning, r'.":Mead' was questioned regarding the alleged shortage of blocks. Ho said that landseekers mostly desird land in.the heart of Bamawm settle ment, where progress was most notice able; and no land was available. "'At Nanneella, Tongala and Echuca plenty of unimproved blocks were 'available. Visits of the three contingents " of American visitors to the -Rochester Irrigation areas have borne firuit quickly. 'Mr. Irish, who has farmed in anada' with disheartening results; istakin - the block occupied i by Messrs.- ...
THE CORANGAMITE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
'THE COIIANGAMITEý ELEC-, STION. .,It will be seen by the following :pai agraplh from the 'Ballarat 'IEcho''. tha ??Mr. J: IH. Scullin iitends' to de vote himself to journalism fqr" some time, and will not be iia , candidate for Corangamite at thdenext election: "MIr . I?Macdermid, the recently ap iointed organising secretary for the Federal division of Corangamite(, ,re portsethat he has just completed :a most successful tour, of the elector ate:: 'He his succeeded in forming 40 new branches, besides reforming- se veral old ones. ,Altogether Corangn miite was neverbetter.organised than it is to-day. The P.L.O. membership nas increased by almost:2000, and La borites everywhere are striving - to perfeot their organisation in :prepar ation'for the day when COrangamite may be retained for. Labor. iMr. Scul hin has announced that he will not be a candidate on the next occasion, as he intends to stick to the 'Echo' dur inig the campaign. General regret,sas r.lacdermid is expressed throug...
MODEL SHIRE BOOKS. Davlesford. Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
':MODEL?SHIRE .BOOKS,: , . . Davlesford..J n 6. SMr. G. D: Meudell. Government au ditor.n in .iis"renort to the Glenlyon Cdiwcil o3In Monda i in reiii d tb.the annhual audit; stated th'at he (Mr. leudiellW had been; so inisih.impressed Siv the siniolicitVy and' iacuracy of the shire secretarv's (Mr: Lanflevys) hbooks and system'thaihe had taken the li berty of suicestinii to the Public WVorkslDenuartmieit that they should be adopntd as Sa inbdedl for'"use by all municinal clerks.. Councillodr express ed uratification at the comnliment paid Mr.. Lanclev. ;. -