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THE TANGO. LONDON SOCIETY LEADERS CONDEMN. BUT NEW YORK APPROVES. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
THE TANGO. LONDON SOOCIET'Y.LEADERS l ::CONDEMN.: BUT NEW YORK APPROVES: .) : -? " (Reuter's Telegram.) -: London. Jan. 6. The'"Dailv Chronicle'"" haast lately been .nublishine the iiews of London Society leaders on the subiect of the Tango. Without exception they ex pressed themselves in favor of banning the damnceK - :: : : : To-day.. the t'Chronicle"' gave • the, opinions of- leading people inl New York society in regard to the dance. The New Yorkers' are anreed in ap proving of the Tango. although they, allorv that somerfornis of it are . oh iectionable.':Cardinial Farlev' of . New York is. however. a:stern opponent. of the Taneo.iHis onoosition` has caused the cancellationiof a number.:of balls in New York1 this,:eason at..which' it. was°to be a snecial feature.: Included in: the balls thus abandoned:was- one to be givenbby a Roman Catholic insti utoe: for. which 600 invitations hid; bheii issued. Several of thieleading London res-. taurants are s.mbstittituin . English. dances...
CRICKET. LADIES IN THE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
CRICKET. LADIES IN THE FIELD.. 'Rhe following is the result of the oricket niatch played at Warrnambooi on Saturday between the Koreit "lisa Oras" and the W:irrnambool "Swas. tikas," which was won by the former by the inarrow margin of one run: SWASTIKAS. First Innings. 31. Fogarty, b K. Smith ........ i N. Latta,.run out ............ 0 L N\ elters, hit wicket ........ 19 L.' Leake, b O'Neill ............ I 0. ,\iltors, b K: Smith ........ 3 A. A.rtiur, b L. Nayler ......... 0 C. Anson, b L. Nayler .......... I \i. Landmann.. c M. Birmingha m, b O'.sedl ............. ... . l A. Broadway, run out .......... 2 A. Apted, o B. O'Neill. b F.O'Neill 2 C. Anson, not out .I........... Sundries ............ .. 2 Total '.:.:..:.. :: ..41 Bowling: M.. Niool, 0 for 12: k. O'Neill, 3 for 94 K. Smith, 2 for 9J; L. Nayler, 3 for 9. Second Inninigs. M. Fogarty, e and b L. Naylor.. 0 N.Latta, o R.McVicar, bF.O'Neill 2 L. Walters, not out ............ 29 L. Leak,' b L. Nayler....:.... 0 O. Walters, a...
STRIKE BATTLE. AT TACOMA, U.S.A. A FIERCE AFFRAY. (Reuter's Telegram.) Vancouver, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
STRIKE BATTLE. AT TACOMA, U.S.A. A FIERCE AFFRAY. (Reuter'k' Telegram.) Vancouver, Jan: 6. A sensational affray:between police and civilians on one side and strikers on the other took place yesterday near Tacoma, in the State of Washington. 'Disturbances have occurred fro quently since the employes of the Ta comar Smelting Company, all of whom are. Ajustrians, declared a- strike re .oently. The trouble culminated to day'.in -a pitched battle, which was waged on a hill' overlooking the Ta coma smelting -plant. After a- short., .but ierce, interdbange of bullets the Kustrians were subdued. Several per sons on the side of the authonties .were injured,. but it is not-.known whether, any of the strikers were hurt. The State militial:has now been or dered out.- - . -
A REMARKABLE WRECK. STEAMER BREAKS IN TWO FORTY MEN DROWNED. (Reuter's Telegram.) New York. Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
AREMARKABLE ;WRECK. STEAMER BREAKS IN TWO: : FORTY;MEN DROWNED. . ' New York. Jan.. 6. --Without wai~in. -the oil tank"itea mer Oklahoma li6rke ii two. "The stern section sank instantly, carrying 40 men to death. The other portion of the steamer - floated long enough to allow a boat with eight men to leave the wreck. The weather was'very rough high seas runnine at the time of the dis aster. :The steamer Bavaria is now carry ine the survivors to Boston. The survivors are uiiahle to account for the vessel's extraordinarv accident. S':ýALSACE?ORRAINNE: GERMAN CONSERVATIVES ANGRY.: c,, IMPERIAL CHANCELLOR IN ''' rI -TROUBLE.-; Rjeuter': Telegram.) . Berlin. Jan. 6. The trouble between.the officers of the 99th Reziment and the citizens of Zaberi:iin Alsace-Ldrraine. is likely ,to have imoortant' olitical results. 'The sentence of imprisonment pass ed on Lieutenant voi. Foerstner for assaultin!a' lam6 shoemaker of Zab 'ern., has brought the Imnerial Chan cellori (Dr.L.von Bethmann-Hollweg...
LAST LONG TRIP. VETERAN COACH DRIVER DIES. Kilmore, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
:.LIAST LOUHTRIP ?^ SVI?TIEAN COA'CH DRIVEl DIES. -. *'.^",'" Kilmore. Jan. 7.: J, 'T ;Bcklanid. said to be'the old est su?iktjiii coaih driver in Victoria, died liast iiiLht. ii his 90th vear.4.": , ..Bucklaiid arrived in Port Phillip in 18o1,He, followed inining for i tine, ail' 'teri settled don ' at Kilmore, iliprehole iwis emniloyed bv Bevan arid Coirinin as a manner .ii road con ,struction.c Ganes of convifsta in the SKilmore Qanl, thieii ''orked with'free ilen. Bili;kland afteiwairds ioined.Cobb aid, Conimany.. .coach urnrietors,. as rIt wassasid that whlen- l17.uckland cduld handle a iteam of four horses in a coacli.witli coiiniminato skill He. leaves,a fairily, iand ereat-irandclhil drenii .. ... .- . .
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
PERSONAL.. The New Zealand estate of the late Sir.Jolln Logan Campbell. of New Zea land. has been passed for stamp duty at £227.966. The death duties on the estate amount to £26.256. Isabella Bowmail. late of Terang, widow. who died on. 31st October, 10193 left. by will dated 28th January, 1913. £3984 nersonalty to her children and erandchildren. Mrs. H. J. Richards, the Mayoress of Coburg and family are at present the guests of Cr. and Mrs. B.Abbey, of Ryot-street, Warrnambool. Cantain. L. E. G. Oates. who was in chlrie of the nonies of the ill-fated Antaretc: exuedition under Captain R. Scott: and uerished with his leader alter reachin, thli' South Pole, left estates valuied at. £28.828. The estate was left to the late oliicer's brother. Albert William Craven. surveyor,of .-oonc Poinds. whoI died on Novem ber 28. has left real estate valued at £1300 and versonal estate valued at £2100 to his widow. MAr. Craven was, for imany years. a member of the Leg islative Assembly., and . Cha...
INFANT FOUND BURIED. STATEMENT BY MARRIED WOMAN. Colac, Jan. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
INFANT FOUND BURIED. &nbsp; STATEMENT- BY MARRIED . WOMAN. Colac, Jan. 5. A magisteria l inquiry 'was opened by Mr. Walter Selwood, J.P., this morning on the body of an infant child. Constable Nankervia stated that on-3rd January he interviewed Emma Ruby Donohue, married woman, at Ellminyt. After questioning -her she admitted 'she, had given birth to a child early on the morning of the 3rd inst.. She said she put it in the out house ,but went back and took it out, and tien buried it in the garden. Wit ness :and Sergeant Seddon removed the earth at a spot where:it had been Srecently disturbed, and. found the body of a male childa foot' below the surfaoe. There were no apparent out ward marks of violence. L. Dr. Nankervis stated that he was called in to see the woman Donohue by her mother. He" had made a past mortem examination of the body, which was that of a fully-developed male"child. He formed the opinion that the" child was born alive, and had breathed after birth. . The ...
NOVEL USE FOR TOWER. DONCASTER STRUCTURE SOLD. MAY BECOME FRUIT CASES. Melborune, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
NOVEL USE FOR TOWER. DONCASTER STRUCTURE SOLD. MAY BECOME FRUIT CASES. Melbourne, Jan. 7. Old Doncaster Tower, which for years has been a landmark, but was recently condemned as unsafe, is to be turned into fruit cases, which will be sold to orchardists of the district. Messrs. Marshall Bros., case makers, of Highstreet, Kew, yesterday pur- chased the tower for this purpose, through Mr. W. D. Clarkson, solici- tor. Work of demolishing the structure will be put in hand on Monday, though the method to be employed has not yet been decided upon. Built entirely of Oregon, the tower is 320ft. in height, and with a plant, which will be erected upon the spot, it is anticipated that many thousands of fruit cases will be manufactured from the timber.
A WIDOW'S THANKS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
A WIDOW'S THANKIS. (To the Editor.) • Sir,--Allow me to express ny deep sense of gratitude- to the people of Warrnambool, South Warrnambool and district for the practical sym pathy accorded to us..Notwithstand mag the frequent demands that have of late been made on the charitably disposed, the call of the widow and the fatherless has been nobly respond ed to. Especially 1I desire, Sir, to thank you for valuable assistance rendered through your columns, and to grate fully aeknowledge-the generous and self-denying services of the Rev.. T. P. Bennett and the efforts of the Town Band in my own and my chil dren's bohlf. . Believe me, Sir, that these.acts of practioal sympathy and generosity, have earned my sincere gratitude. Yours, etc., NELLIE EELES. Koroitestreet, Warrnambool, 5th January, 1914.
BROKEN COLLARBONE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
ABROKrEN COLLARBONE. A man named John Johnstone, em cloyed on 'Mr. R. Skilbeck's thresh tng machine, met with a painful ac eident, yesterday. The machine was working at Mr. W. Henderson's place, and Mr. Johnstone, who was in ciharge of the operations, signalled to mhave the engine stopped, and was walking, towards the engine when the belt slipped off the fly-wheel, and struck him a severe blow on the shoulder. He was brought in to Warr nambool, where medical examination · revealed that he had sustained a frac ." tured collar-bone. "THE HAMILTONIAN." This is the title of the magazine : which .is issued from time to time ti efilighten the people of Hamilton and the Western District of Victoria if the doings at their college, of which .Mr.. R. A. Kerr is.the head master. "Thd6 Hamiltonian" to' hand is excel lently got up. and. gives full, details of the work done at the school,- re ports on school sports, old college me mories, school news and notes, origi nal essays and poems, and oth...
MINISTERIAL SEATS. NOMINATIONS RECEIVED. THREE BY-ELECTIONS. Melbourne, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 8 January 1914
MINISTERIAL SEATS. NOMINATIONS RECEIVED. &nbsp; THREE BY-ELECTIONS. &nbsp; Melbourne, Jan. 6. Nominations closed to-day for the seats in the Legislative Assembly that have become vacant owing to members; having accepted portfolios in the Watts Ministry. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The followings.candidates were nom- inated : &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ALLANDALE. Peacock, Sir Alexander James, legal managrr, Creswick. BORUNG. &nbsp; McRae, Fairquhar, Wallup, farmer. Hutchinson, William, East Mal- &nbsp; vern, landowner. &nbsp; &nbsp; CASTLEMAINE AND MALDON : Lawson, Harry Sutherland Wight- man, barrister. &nbsp; ESSENDON. &nbsp; Watt; William Alexander, Park-st., .iooneo-.Ponds, nierchant. . , Kecane-, frank, 45 Vsictoria-treet,' i'oburg, :noodworker.. i.PRAHRAN. ,'· 9 M[ackinnon, Donald, of: Acland st; South Yarra, barrister; ,...
NOORAT AND GLENORMISTON DISTRICT. PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
NOORAT AND .LENORMISTON DISTRICT. (From Our Correspondent.) PICNIC. The Noorat Presbyterian Church held its annual piicnic at Mackinnon's Bridge; oh 2ew eYeair'isii. t'" the .:irs go bv. the attendance at, this Iicnic steadily ihncreases. This year,tho caterine cost nearly £12. However,the picnic is well-sidoorted .and the com mittee does not mind hard work so Idna as evervbody is satisfied. The day was beautifully fine. so that all pre sent thoroughly 'oeniored - themselves. A splendid sunoly of refreshments had been provided., and they had all' van ished at the end of the day. The men's comnmittee. inchiding the Messrs. D. Maclean. W. B1. Marshall. E. Lewis,W. Whitsion. D. Ellis. M1: Lewis. and two or three others. did excellent work, while the ladies. Leaded Isv Mrs. A. Gillies. Mrs. Marshall. and uise G. nMacleod did the same. T'here were races for the children and games for the elders.and when the gathering dis persed early in the evenint; one and all were thorourhll satisfied....
BUTTER EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
BUTTER EXPORTS.. Since.i1st Juily the exports of Vio torini bihtter havo totalled 10,252 to?s.of 3v}iich JG68 ttpns have bexer for ,ai rdei. to she 'Unitedl' "Kinidom, 95 tons to Southl Africa and 489 tons to Eastgrn..and other ports. The value of the total epoort is estimated at £1,127i748. During the past week 614 tons; reipresentinit £5.o540:, have beei exported' to Great Britain.
WARRNAMBOOL HOSPITAL AND BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
WARRNAMBOOL HOSPITAL AND BENEVOLENT ,SYLUM. 'The ordinary inonthly meeting of the Warriiambonl Hos-lital. comimittee was held at the ITstitutiton last.ight. 1 eslentl:-?laesrs: C.?loone (vice nresidc iL intle chaiehir, 4.a. Dickson, C. 11 '" E ' . .robmiatisis !roL . Price. J: Ci 1eeclhiin, SG?S 4.Risell, J. 1ainlanul* fy. :Hfk f :' Ioloies, F .w:e eii, ed; fironiI ssrs O'_ li6nv '.aRd.1Smiti:'. '. ' Thie 1lediia! Ollcel:lerrcprted for. thel month ~as followsi hl':? Remiain? in lhouse on 30th Norember. 1913: Hospi tal 14 maiiles. 8 feimales: Asyluin; 18 males. 16 females: total; 46.: Adniit ted durine , December: Hospital, 16 males. 16 females Asylum, 1 male" total. 33. `'Tdtal cases treated. 79. Dis charied duriimi' December: Hospital, 17 males. 14 females: Asylum,.1 male. Died. 2 males. 1 female. "Remainiiig in 'hose 31Slst December: Hospital, 11 males. 9 femiiales: Asylum. 18 nimales, 6 females: total: 4. ;?. .Qieratipns.-3?l ior. 2 (l)r.; : olmes 1. Dr..Connell 11;: inor., 2,(Dr...
GERMAN COURT-MARTIAL COLONEL VON REUTER'S REMARK. FIRE IF PEOPLE LAUGH. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
CERMAN COURT-MARTIAL COLONEL VON REUTER'S RELMARK. FIRE if PEOPLE LAUGH. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 8. The ,court-martial on Colonel von steouter, who is charged with having usurped executive authority during the recent trouble at Zabern (Alsace Lorraine) was continued to-day. Her Mueller, district commissary testified that Colonel von Reuter had told luim?hat he (von Reuter) was re solved to prevent the people standing in the streets, and that the troops would fire if the people laughed. The witness added that Colonel von Reli ter had, ordered machine guns to be hold in readiness. SUPPLY OF WHEAT. "X" BRITISH DO.XIINIONS ANiD FOREIGN COUNTRIES; A COMPARISON. (Renter's Telegram.) London. Jan. 8. During the Tear 1913 foreign coun tries sunalied 55 million ewt. of wheat auainst 50 million cwt. sunulied by the British Dominions. '
MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
.MI.LBOURNE FA lMPROpUCE. Whe i i':The imarket is sensitivo to the.slightest influences from day. to day, and is slightly easier again. This appears to bo mainly.duo to a similar movement at-the other end. Liverpool options, ire cabledd privately .as 5-8d loi'er for March, and .d' lower for .1'ay and July. Ono .cable message re ports that tlhi market closed dull,with sa.poor demand.' Another advice :is that the market is. quiet, with freer offerings. Lcally buyers in town for January delivery quote 3/5. . Febrn are is quoted irregularly at 3/5} io 3/61, with sellers at 3/61. March ig quoted at. 3163, fid -April-May-Juno at 3/7. Yesterday a sale Was made for February-March-April-May t. 3/7 5-8. Oiats are ii steady demand at cur rent prices. There has been a better. inquiry for barley. Little maize is offering, and awith '-Vydfiey. inqiuiries still' on the market, the tone is rather firm. SNo alteration in prices lor chaff. potdtoeis :iere moderately firmer:this morning. -A light supp...
VETERAN STATESMAN. MR. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN'S RETIREMENT. PRESS TRIBUTES. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
VETERAN STATESMAN. AMR. JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN'S RETI'REMENT. PRESS TRIBUTES. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P.,who has announced that he will not stand for Parliament at next election,has ad dressed a letter to his constituents,im which he says lieo cannot hope to do P'iirliamentary work agifin. Thed coi stituency, MIr. 'Ohamberlain declares, needs a younger man. The announcement has been receiv edl with the greatest possible regret in all circles, irrespective of party. The health of the veteran statesman, which has been in anl uinsatisfactory condition for some years past, has not.becomo any worse. ?Ir. Chamber lain will shortly make one of his per iodical visits to the Riviera. His son, 1sville, is likely to con test his father's seat (Birmingham West) at the next election. Mr. Aus ten Chamberlain, M.P.,for East Wor cestershlire, and one of the leaders of the Unionist Party,has also been sug gested as successor to his father. 'The Unionist newspapers ...