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DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

WESTPRN. DISTRIcT COM PANY'S REPORT. The Westtrn District Factories' Co operativo.Co. Ltd., 49:57 King-street, iMlelbourne, report: Botter: Markelt is steady at late rates, viz.: Superfioi6 Wsterps 11id. nei'lb.;.goodd t. prime lO1d to lid. per lb.; medium quality lOd .t 10lO per lb.; inferior qualitie °arp lol'er. Cheoeso: The markpt is very glfited oingg to the heavy supplies Coming forward. Large cheese are sellilg at id:,;'5id;'nnd 5id. per lb; loaf 'chees are from 5id to. 6d per lb.' gemi-ma bured 61d to 7-d poer lb.; choice mel low matured 7d to lid per lb.; ex tra choico 8d to 8td per lb. "..Eggs: 8d per dozenr private and special lines a little higher.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LIVERPOOL MURDER MONEY MOTIVE SUGGESTED. NO INTRIGUE WITH SUMNER. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

THE LIVERPOOL MURDER MONEY MIOTIVE SUG GESTED. NO INTRIGUE WITH SUMNER. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. The inquest on the body of Miss Christian Bradfield,' which was recent ly found in a sack in a canal at'Li verpool, has been opened.Two youdg men, George Sumner and Samuel El toft, employed by the brother of de ceased, are under arrest on a charge of having murdered Miss, Bradfield. -The Crown. intends to call Eltoft to give evidence at the inquest. It has oeen stated that Miss Bradfield be trayed alivelv interest in Sumner,but tho evidence-so far suggests a money motive for the crime. There is no evi dence of any intrigue between Miss Bradfield and Sumner. London-mLater. The inquest concluded 'late to-day. a verdict of wilful murder was re .urned against'Sumner and Eltoft.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

KEEP YOUR 5N :.CLEAR 4With Daily Use of CUTICURA And. occasional use of Cuti-. cura pinte.t . No other emollients do sp much to prevent po clogging, pun ples, blaclheads, red, rioughi hands; d4a ruff,: itching scalps and falling hair;: Outlcura Soap nd.Oiitment Ii cvcrywhe_.re ' Liberal rsmple o0 ueh, with 32-poge book, nt ji , OOt. lrt r dc s 7. 'ý4 Co. $TýJurn2, . iv.1P SUFFEREDF AGONY WITH HEAD ACHES. "I. highly recommend Olmberlain's Tablots to anyone who suffersb from headac?,e " say aM MrsM. K. I erry. Marlborough Rd? "' Victoria ".Valley, Tas manias. I uffered nagony ith thig.N:Nothiiing did iragny good until a`,'fea 'reommeinnded Chapberlaini s ablet oa; id:?thhey 5oon put ,me right ;. iih i o Sw "I'would not be without a'iboi of ?hamberlTiin's' Tablets in ,ehouse'" Sad'bfJ Caeiniota alie itand ' WANTED KNOWN :-That 'Le Couoetr' ;ROYAL . DAIRY,. OINT, MgT i 'invaluable 'for Sore' Teta, Cuts. etc.,' in Cdttlo o''Horses. 'No Farimer louId be 'rithout.it. sold i? Iheuiimtiet Li...

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ULSTER NEGOTIATIONS. PROCEEDING QUIETLY. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

ULSTER NEGOTIATIONS. -C-- PROCEEDING QUIETLY. (Reuter's Telegrani.) London, Jan. 8. .The "WŽstminster 'Gazette" (Libe ral) tpis eveninig contradicts the state ment made todayy by .the "Morning Post" (Unioniht) to the effect that the negotiations: between :Mr. Asquitli-and Mr.- Bolinar Law in regard', to Home Uide had proved abortive. The "Ga zette" declares that thei. negotiatiois are proceeding without any untoward incident. - - 'ATTEMPTS TO SOLVE DIFFI CULTY.: STATED.TO HAVE FAILED. : London, Jan. 8. The '.'Daily Telegraph"; asserts on the highest authority that an-attempt. to finid a solution of theUlster difficulty nas failed.' . The same journal declares that there is no truth in the reports that Mr. Asquith and Mr. Bonar Law met in conference on the subject. PROPOSED REMEDY. GREATER MINORITY REPRE- . SENTATION. Mr. Lough,a Liberil member of the rloues of Commons, in a speech" last night, said he believes the people of alster would give more fiavorable con sideration -to -Home ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE MARKETS. Thursday, 8th January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

THE MARKETS. ..Thursday, 8th January. WARItNAMBOOI .':POTATO SMARKE'. -. Prime potatnos.are quoted at £2 10/ per ton; o. bags. '

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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BRITAIN'S PROBLEMS. COUNTRY'S GREAT FINANCIAL AND MORAL NEEDS. THE BURDEN OF ARMAMENTS. (Reuter's Telegram). London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

BRITAIN'S PROBLEMS. COUNTRY'S. GREAT FINANCIAL AND MORAL NEEDS; THE ]lUlRDEN OF ARMAlMENTS. (Reuter's Telegram). London. Jan: 8. .Mr. Charles Hobhouse. Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, speaking at Bristol last. nieht. said the finiancial and moral needs of the countiy were so urcent that they could not begin too soon to reduce the .expenditure: They were entitled' to count on the im proved AnnloGeriisan feeliig besides,. Germany had acceoted tihe ratioof 15 shins tn +- SMr. Hobhouse aiided that the whole oritbtirst of* siaval "exnenditure was due to England buildin ir reatei ships. If the size were reiluced other nations would follow.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE AEROPLANE IN EGYPT FLIGHTS TO KHARTOUM. NATIVES IMPRESSED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Cairo, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

THE AEROPLANE IN EGYPT - o-- , . FLIGHTS TO KHARTOUBL. NATIVES IJPRESSED. (Iteuter'a Telegram.) Cairo, :Jan. 8. The aviator, Pourpe, has reached WVady Halfa on a flight from Cairo to Khartoum. The appearance, of the aerial visitor created.a profound im pression among the natives in and around Assouan, to which part, no aeroplane had previously journeyed. Frank McClcan, the English air man has begun a hlydroplane flight from Cairo to Khartoum. (Wady Halfa is about 600 miles from Cairo, as the croi flies, and approxi mately it is an additional 500 miles to Khartdum.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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EXCURSION FROM CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

EXCURSION FROM CAMPER-. DOWN. The annual Church of England Sun day school excursion from Camper down to Warrnambool and Port Fairy took place yesterday, when a special train was run from Campordown to Port Fairy, stopping only at Warr nambool en. route. r'h6re, were about 400 excursionists on tl0 train, half of which number spent tlho day on the beach at Warrnambool. The day way cool and pleasant, ind the excursion ists had a very enjoyablo time. 'nI, train returned from Port Fairy and Warrnambool in the evening.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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RULER OF ALBANIA. A COUP THAT FAILED. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT SCORES A POINT. (Reuter's Telegram.) Rome, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

RULER OF ALBANIA. e A COUP THAT FAILED. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT SCORES_ A POINT. (Reuter's Telegram.) Rome, Jan. 8. .There have been important deve lopments in connection :ith the Ma nometan move to place lzzet Paslla (the Turkish ox-Minister for War) on the Albanian throne in the stead of Prince William of Wied. Advices received here from Valona state that an Austrian steamer brought from Constantinople 200 Turkish soldiers with six officers.The plotters intended to raise the popula tion of Valona and to proclaim Izzat Pasha Prince of Albania. However, the Provisional Government were pre pared, and with the co-operation of the European commission and the Dutch gendarmes they arrested the whole Turkish contingent.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE WARRNAMBOOL ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

THE WIUUI\AMBOOI-ELECTIO\ The Hon. John Murray expressc? his thanks in another column for tho oenowed confidence reposed in him by the eloctors of the Warrnambool con stituericy by returning him unoppos ed at the recent byo-election for the Legislative Assembly.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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TROOPS ACTIVE. PROBABLE DESCENT ON MITYLENE. 40,000 MEN CONCENTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

TROOPS ACTIVE. PROBABLE DESCENT ON MITYLENE. 40,000 MEN CONOENTRATED. Tho "Daily Mail's" correspondent at Constantinople says it is reported that 40,000 Turkids troops are con centrated at Aivali, in Asia Mifnor. This concentration suggests the pos sibility of a sudden descent upon Mityleno.

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"CONTINENTAL" NOVELTY FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

"CONTINENTIAL' NAOEI/Y FETE. The prospects of the "Continental' novelty fete, organised by thle Citi -sels'P Band and Fire Brigade, are at pireent very satisfactory, judging by the keen interest that, is tKin+2 shown in the undertaking. Several co:ur:it tees are working enthusiastically, and the:o is overy confidence in the f te proving a most populai attraction. (On Wednesday evening last- about 50 l*Ries assembled at the Fire ]lrigtde station in order to meet the refresh mont committee, and a general dis cussion ensued as to the ways and means of helping on the fete. The fol lowing ladies were elected on the vari ous committees:-lRefresahment com mittee: Mesdames Davis, G lnamsay, W. Stephens, W. llrebler, Jan. Stmitk, J. T. Rogers, Steel, Grayson, *W. Barker, Blevins, Foyle, C. ltam say, Misses O'Grady, I)oherty (2), MelJttee, Grayson, Landmamn (2). Long, Campbell; Mrs. Eldridge and Mrs. A. S. JRodgers (conveners). Lolly atalls Mesdanmes J. I). McConnell (convener), Abbey, Shaddo...

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TURKISH ARMY. NEW BROOM AT WORK. 280 HIGH OFFICERS RETIRED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Constantinople, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

"TURKISH ARMY. i sW. BROOM AT WORK. 280 HIGH OFFIOERS RE TIRED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Constantinople; Jan. 8. Enver Bey, the inew 'Purkish Minis .cer for V:ar, has starFed out with characteristic energy to reform the Army. He has placed 280 generals and colonels upon the retired list. A German officer is to succeed Zia Pa sha as Assistant Chief of Staff. Othlr iundamontal changes in the Army or ganisation are imminent.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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SCOUTS' FUND ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

SCOUTS' FUNI) ENTERTAIN IlENT. The Citizens' Band gave a very me ritorious programme of music on Can non Hill last night, in aid of the fund being raised to enable the Warrnam bool Scouts to take part in the Scouts' rally and competitions in Mdelbourne next week. There was a good at tendance. The colleotion was taken '.p by several lady friends of the Scouts, and realised the some of £5/0/6. In ad dition" to that amount one lady col lected previously £2/4/6. The sub scription list is still open at Gray's Colosseum, Fairy-street. for all w ho desire to aid the wortyv object in view and who have not already con tributed. T'he following was the pro granmme given last night: March, 'Steadfast and True" (Teike); waltz, "The Choristers" (taymond): two ptep "Uncle rtaftus' Skating P'arty" (Berlin); waltz, "Longe D'Autumnl; (Joyee); selection, "English Songs" (Rimnmer); two step, "Noisy Ned" (Estrange); waltz contest, "Light and Shado" (Round); march, "Alice, Where art 'l'hou" (Asher); Cod ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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GOVERNMENT PRECAUTIONS. Johannesburg, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

GOVERNMENT PRECAUTIONS. Johannesburg, Jan. 8. It is stated that the Government has arranged to call out the burghers to guard the mines and protect pro perty generally. It has transpired that the gun smiths' stock of revolvers were sold out during the last few weeks. Residents are laying in food sup plies. The troops at Potchefstromm snd Pretoria are held in readiness.lt s reported that half a million rounds of ammunition have arrived here.

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LADIES' CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

LAD)ES' CRICKET MATCH. In tho report supplied to us of thl "rickot'miatch pla'e'd? 'in rtie lbert Vark on Saturday, betesyerr the Kia Ora' (Koroit)' ari Swastika ( iarrn anmhool) 'teams, aind publisied in yS terday's issue, it was nfilde to appear that the former won by boo run. \ ard informed, luoweler, that th're wa~ some nusa prehiension iin. thi score-k pepiug of tohe'scotnd i,,nings, n1d that the umpires drcided to maoke tile ganm a draw.

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KOROIT BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

KOROIT BOROUCH COUNCIL. Wednesday, :7th January. Preiseiit: Crs. ýI..Bl ho. (Mayor), uflfus, Paterson, Stevenson, Wilkln son, Simmonds, Dowhey" -and 'Pc 3ourke. i. : : :COnRRESPONDE~NCE.. :: IFrom Public. Health,, Department, statinig thllat .. tile Oounicil': has'ap provedi.of :tne .reistration of certain premises as is private hospital, it will oh necessary to subipit -a report by the ofi&ei: of health, a,copy ?of the applicatiin, al'd ar ?e repor. thin doltice: of health as to the., sjitability. of the "premiises.-=Corespoafenco to beo fdrnv?raeld to ' Mrs: Halliagii; and she be asked lt tSu h ply ;" necessaiy particulars..' ppl SFiom" tliheo lhealth officer,. reporting favorably on Mrsl. Hlliga' =prenmisas as a private lospit?l . From J. J. Crs .ford;'a'sking to be allbwed' to make a` crossiig 'in front. of :his'preniises ii 'Comime 'itil Road.-' Granted, iinder .the supervision of the foreman. -From O.. O'Brien, hlion secretary 'i?idies' CFrdoqt'OClb ''applying for a pi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

NEW YEAIR BARGCAINS. O CELEBRATE the OPENING of 1914 we offer some astounding arains, only a few are mentioned be ::low but they will be an indication of the Yaluoos I LADIES' COTTON JAP. CREPE ONE-PIECE ROBES, the Price ... .... . . ... 316 LADIES' WHITE EMBROIDERED BLOUSES, Less than Cost ... ........ ...... 111 CHILDREN'S PRINT ROMI'ERS, Light Prints, only a Few ... ... ... .:. ... 1/6 .CHILDREN'S RUSH HATS, for the Beach, Cool and Shady, only ............... . .. 9d| WARNER'S CORSETS, "The Favorite," were .4/11;: Price now... ...... .' 2/6.. 26 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS, 53 Inch Long x 27 Inch Wide .. . j1 FRENCH CAMIBRICS, New Coloured Stripes,. 9d; now .. .... 6d STRIPE DRILL SUITING for BOYS, 1/3; now ... ....... .. 0d "SUNRESISTA" DRESS FABRICS, Never Fades ... ...... ... ... .. 6 HOYLES' NAVY and BLACK PRINTED SA.'EENS, 1; now ... :.., ... ... 7.1d 45-INCH HEMSTITCHED FLOUNCING EMBROIDERY, to Go at... ..111 22-INCH HEESTITCHED EMBROIDERY, Another Bargain ... 1/9 ALLOVER EMBROIDE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

. `:·· ,: . r ;*-"' "' " POOTWEAR SPECIAIS. LADIES' White Canvas Lace ?oets, self cip, good GENTS' White Canvas Bals., toecaps,' erv cool and shapes, special prices, 5/11, 8,6 and 10/0 pair. light, special price, 7/11, il, 12/6 pair. LADIES' GlacKid Anklet Court Shoes, neat self GE NTS' Box Calf Ballorals. whole goloshed, spechal bow, special prices 8/11 and 10/0 piir. prices, 9/9, 11/6 and 13/B pair. LADIES' Glace Kid Balmorals, patent trimmings and GENTS' Glaco Kid Lice h, e. Derby fronts" new newest shapes, special prices, 9/9,10, 1 12/11 pr. American too, spreial prices, 12,6, 14/6, 1606 pr. LADIES' Gluce Kid Oxford Shoes, pump soles, pat- GENTS' Enamel PerbyLace Shoes, four Aimerican caps, special prices, 11/, 12;6 pair. . shapes, special price, 16/6, 17,0 and20 pair. LADIES' Enaml'Derby Laco Shoes. toocapped,several GENTS', Ox Blood Balmorals aad ihoefivshapas," - ape" , sh pcial price, '11 k.nd 12/ parii.. 1 . d: - '_,specialprice,- 16/ 0 20Larid 22i6 pair . T. -JJ. ROME, UP-...

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The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY. Price—One Panny. FRIDAY, 9th JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. THE BREAKWATER CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914

The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY. Prlge-On. Pnny,. --, -- .. ?..- - - FRIDAY, 9th JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. THE BREAKWATER CONTRACT. The work on the breakwater exten sion contract is proceeding steadily. At presoent operations are con'findI to t"ho erection of the Titan crano and the construction of the railwhay siding from the pier line to the area on Jetty Flat whore the concrete blocks are to be made. Good progress is being made in putting the crano together. The turntable and portion of the swing ing superstructuro are now im posi tion, and the engines are being thoroughly overhauled. Although these (have not been used for over 20 years they still appear to be cipIble of good service with some new fittingsp. The craneo will be eluipped iith a now boiler. The sleepers naild rails for the siding have beoen laid out eii the ground, and are now' being put to gether. A start will shortly b0 made with the manufacturo of the blocks, so that iohse tle Titan crane is" readl nnd pla...

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