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WELCOME TO MR. AND MRS. CORRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
WEV COME.'TOi fR. AND MRS. .CORRIE. * At the Town Hall on Wednesday evening the friends of. Mr. and Mrs. William Oorrio met to welcome them back to'Allansford after being away for somo years. Or. Wm. O'Brien .said those as sembled had met together to show their friendship for Mr. and' Mrs. Corrie, and welcome them to ,their midst agin. He was pleased thly had returned, and on behalf, .of their friends he had much pleasure in wel coming them back. Mr: Corrio suit ably responded, and thanked . the friends for their hearty welcomeoex tended to Mrs. Corrie and himself. Dancing was indulged in to tho'itrains of Messrs. Morgan and Davis' music. Mr: A. J. Palmer aoted as M.C. '.ý
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
S "PEDIC POMADE." a'Oni apIplation" destroys' head v?r ,mi,0-0ki lA. t. ' hcels ,nr, alrt: "Rinoworrm. If offeried Rnbstitnt.e :ins distincty NO! Dnin'all nn F O emiata. Warrnambood. sel "Padir' 1I. /, 8C; aed wit1 nit comn' A 3r -.· OF INTEREST TO LADIES. Ladies are requested to note that Mrs., D. M.CLIFFORlD. Superintend ent of Natura Health Co.,Melbourne. will next be visiting Warrnambool on Tuesday and' Wednesday, the 13 and 14th January, when she may be seen at the Western Hotel, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., on the Tuesday, and. 10 a.m to 9 p.m. on the Wednesday. Spec ially note the time. Ladies. whose health is causing them anxiety are advised to make a point of consalting Mrs. Clifford, and learning from her how good health mny be restored to them. No charge will be- made for the consultation or advice. Mean while send 2d. postage for free "Natura" Health Guide. "written bh Mrs. Clifford herself specially for women and girls. Address: Depart ment' G2. "Natura" Health Co., 49 Elisab...
ALLANSFORD. January 3. WARRNAMBOOL C. AND B. FACTORY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
ALLANSFORD. - (FNrom Our "Corraspondent.) January 3. ,WARRNAMIBOOL C.: AND B. FAO .TORY COMPANY. At the Town Hall on Tuesday an extraordinary general meeting of the Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Co. Ltd. was held for the purpose of con sidering and deciding the site of the company's new butter factory. There as a lTge attendance, and after a considerable disoussion a ballot was taken, and resulted, by 110 vtte. to 100, that the new factory be built at the railway station if a suitable site can be : obtained from the Railway Department. In the meantime, for the convenience of cream 'suppliers, a new depot is being orected on the old site on the Mlepunga road.
WARRNAMBOOL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
WARRNAMBOOL' SHIRE'' COUNCIL. MONTHLY. MEETING. The. ordinary motithly neut'ing of th' Wairrnambbol .Shire Coun~cil, was held?l'at the Shirie '7Hall, c festerday. Present: T1i President (Cr.?H. Par ki0niio) and" Crs:.'. Beveridge, ?W : O'Bideni 'lE If R dot Little; ::1 Lind aay D.. O'-Keefeo; : Mackay; A..Ro::o and- P, R.I?.LOoitoir> . - CORRESPONDENCE So;in Municipal :Asiociatio;n for 'warding copies: of the report ,f the 'aiiml s;eseion,', and; asking to Ie ip 'lied"with a" coyy of the Council'i by la i., if. prited .-Received. '.From Robertsoniand Co.; insran .: brokers, drawing attention ti the conji pulsory inaurnaico o'roaites of th?W?ork : er 'Oo mpeiination Act;. and 6expre's ing .their. irilliinaeiA :'to effect an in surance on-behalf ofthe Council from the. date the Ae'i~omes'into force. Received and 'no',ittioi- t-k: ; :. ,Froim Hon. J-Miiurrhy, M. .A.: ex pressing his aippreciation of the. Cin eil?P;congratulations on hiii re-appoinit mont;,to-, office.--Received. .FT...
MINHAMITE SHIRE COUNCIL. PLACE OF MEETING. LEGAL DIFFICULTY RAISED. Hamilton, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
MINHAMITE SHIRE COUNCIL. I'LACE OF N.EE'TING. ,LEGAl DIFIiCUirY RAISED. llamiltiom, .Jan. 7. A curious position arose at the 'opening of the meeting of the Minha mite Shire Council to-day. .Previously,meetings were hell every alternate twelve months at Hawkes dale and Macarthur. but ai resolu tion was carried at the last meeting that all meetings take place .t Hawkesdale where the Shire offices are situated. To-day Cr. Drew qluestioned the 'e gality of this proceeding, affllirming .hat tle rescinding of the original mo tion should be carried by a majorityv at a full meneting or by at bigger m;a Jurity than that at the original meet tog, when alernative places were er ranged for. 'Theo President (Cr. O'Brien) rul.d that the Decemller.resolution was in :,rder, but in order to reach finality it was eventua)ly decided to obtain loyal opinion. The ordinary meeting did not,there tirnr, taki' place.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
,+LVER STAR 'TARCH .INSIST ON. LABELLED PACKAG ES WHOOPING COUGH. "My little boy -had whooping cough very badly." says Mrs. A. Henderson. The People's Store, 47 Elgen Road. Mornington, .NZ. "I: 'tried ;,everal cough medicines without any of then' doing him any goed; then ..I tried Chamberlain's Ooubh Remedy anld he got immediate relief. Since then I have always kept. a .bottle, of. this wonderful medicine by me anld reconm mend it to everyone." ".Sold by 'tall ohemists and storekeeperis.; :1, - Paint Your House. .nOW IS PAINT TIMId. D)on t let the parching slummer heat play havoc I. with your h use. A cJ.ot of paint NSW will.pyv for itself- by ahldi,,g pounds to the valne of )o:r house-by pre?.srving it for years -by wimaking your h ,oe life asill wuore coin'ortahl.; i BERGERS' PAINT-LASTi LONGER -COVERS MOST . Trhe more t novice can ALWAYSi got erxcellnt r*s sisl with HEIME 'S Paint. A4l, oorearc full b.lie I, uniform and suoioh r workiUgl, and have r great e we ing piwer, flowing ...
THEY STIR THE LIVER. NO REMEDY AS POTENT AS DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
THEY STIR THE LIVER; NO RIEMEDY AS POTENT AS DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. The climate of Australia is such that the Liver gets out of order qui k er tHan any other organ of the body. When the Liver does get out of order the whole asytem is upset, and Con stipation, Biliousness. and Stomah Troubles follow speedily. Dr. Mo.se's Indian Root Pills reach the Liver in a satisfactory manner. They open thl clogged ducts, allowing the Bile to flow, which is essential to the dig.s tion and assimilation of foad. Cons:i pationl Biliousness. Stomach Troub.e_ and Sick Headaches are the result of Liver inaotivity, and the remedy that "Stirs the Liver" will at once .relieve these distressing complaints.
SPORTING. WARRNAMBOOL RACING CLUB. SUMMER MEETING ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
S SPORTINC. WARRNAMBOOL RACING CLUB. SUMMER METINMG ENTRIIES.; Very satisfactory entries : were ro. ove yesterday for the Warrnani bool Racing Club's summer .meeting, to be held.on Saturday, 17th January. 'le list.is aafollows:-. TRAL4 HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Wm. Lindsay's lch g Wambigal, 3 yrs G. '. Patterson's br or blk in Tiogn, Alex. Brown's br in Olympic, 3 yrs A. J. Stauglton's ch m Mneme, 3 yrs Wim. Lindsay's' and G. J. Officer's ch m Ornate (imp.), 5 yrs T. Carmoedy's b h King Kirk, 4 yrs J. D. Wiiteliead's br f Cudgee, a yrs J. J. McKenna's ch m Silt, 5 yrs 1. McDonald's ch m Erin's Hope, 6 T. MoKelliar's b g Wynne, 5 yrs R. A. D. Hood's br f Bouquetire, 3 yrb H. Menzel's'ch h Pirateer, 4 yrs. ( HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. T'r'o miles 58 yards. V. Millburi's b.g Chatter Boy (late Latem Boy), 6 yrs R. M. Cosgrove's b g Oalabash, aged G.'J. Officer's b g Fulolim, 5 yrs G. J. Officer's ch g Ricochet, 4 yrs : E. W. Powlirig's b um Lady Alva; aged T. Walsh's 'ch "g L;orild Fanis, aged...
PORT FAIRY RACES. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
PORT FAIRY RACES. THE WEIGHTS. Appended are the weights for- th, above races, to be held on Saturday next: Hurdle Race: Lady Alva, 10.7: Black Flag. Ludwig, ,10.0; Ricochet Waseaca, 9.10; Ornate, 9.3; Haymow. 9.0. Trial Handicap: King Kirk, :9.0: Bright Kirk, 8.3; Emeraldale, 8.2: Erin's Hope, 8.0; Ornate. 7.12; Hay mow, 7.7; Piston, 7.5; Banaroo, 7.0 Port Fairy Handicap: Motoa, 9.8" Whare, 9.3: Major Eight. 8.11; Ful. Crum, 7.5; ?icochet, 7.0: Black Flag 6.12; Scottish Club, 6.7: Pony Race: ILittlo Beaun. 9.12: Roluma, 8.13- Ladsv Arden, 8.3: F:airy Port, 7.7; Ilrickstone, Ornithorphyn ohms, 7.3: Picillo, 01.7. SHack Race: Illown, 10.0: Bonrtkri 9.5: Scottish Club, Port Lad, Me Smith.. Alvaro. Golden Vale.. 8.10: Glen Elgin, Culloden, 8.3; Lylock. ILdy Hamlet, 8.0. Flying Handicap: Motona, 10.3: Whare, 9.12": Major Eight.9.7; Bright Kirk, 7.9; Erin's Hope, 7.6; Piston 6.11: Banaroo, 6.7. Welter Handicap: Kihg Kirk 10.12; Vodski. 10.7; Ricochet, 9.12: Storm, 9.5;. Piston; 9.3; Lady ...
TRIAL OF COLONEL VON REUTER [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
TRIAL.OF? COLONEL VON REUTIER 'The trial by court martial of Colonel voni Reuter. commanding officer of the 99th ,Regimert. has begun 'at Strasbure:The saecific charges against the Colonel are that he usurped 'the executive nower in Zabern'" and th.t he infringed, the liberty of a subject. Colonel von Reuter said he accepted full- resnonsibilitv for the acts of-'his iunior; officers. He anve instances of brails between soldiers 'and' civilians in which the former "were punished, but the authorities did not proceed against the civilians. Witness instructed his officers to uise their 'weanons in such a way as' to facilitate the identification of civilian brawlers. as the volice failed 'to pro tect the army from insult. He admit ted givine an order to Lieut. Schadt to enforce resaect. Witness also admit ted -havino told the civil authorities that it would beoa ood thing under certain circumstances to let blood flow for he was'defending the orestige and honor of the whole army. Lieut. S...