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PURNIM WEST. NEW STATE SCHOOL TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
" PURNIM WEST, NEW STATE SCHOOl TEIACHER. A farewell social was tendered- to Mr. White, leaving Nerrena, he hav i?ng been apppinted to the I urnihn West Stato School. 'He had been in charge of. the' Nerrena school for the past four .ears,' andl nearly the whole of Neri'ea' turned out to honor the occasion, states the ,"Great Eouthern Star." The hairmnati (Mr. I. lReilly), said Mr. White had made great progrcs? in the school. and a host of friends. As a"sport he had taught the clxil dlren to play the gum' in a way t':at defeat brought no disgrace, and vie tory no unpleasantness. Mr. White as d' public man, had moved the dis trict along.. The inside of thd ball testififd to his worth as a public man. the lining of the building and th* plano being duo to his organisin.g ability. But as a school teacher hi loss would be felt by those with whin he was most concerned-the parent and children. His success as a ten cher was remarkable, and the list of merit certificates spoke for themselve n...
THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
TIlEi)DYSEPT IC'S II A l)1 CA Sin thilife If lio is a titan:he can't keep aice witli hii f ellows ecause 'of 'the " weakness, the; depression,. and the suffering tl??t. indigestioni inevitn :..bly;:brings in its tri'n. If a d-.lnmln bhlc oiften fiiic it imipiossible in carry .ointtho daily:.ilioulseold tisiks, "or meet`the de:iuads. ,of. a- biisinees ccu :athile becatise .aliaches, distressin't bilious attacks, palplittien, ,and sleeplessness are spoing.l her life: ':I' psthistrb ioiusagn "ants men- and womgn of/ strong fibri .boilndless energ, anid great leerfulness, butint the: dyspeopie: in. nis ot : amongst the aiimlber. Hoir.can hlie expect to li.? Ioil an lie . ope'to get throiigh the day's work. speedily and efficiently, if his ;iind is loduded' and his 'systebn clogged writh the poisonous produllcte of indigistion? Hwr can alln man1, oi woina 'eithero' iork ;well aind cheer fully,, ahen the;weoll-springs of good health: and stroength--the: stomach. liver and bowels--ars dsor...
MARVELLOUS CURE. Brought Home to Die but Restored to Health. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
MAAY[L[OUS__ _IC Restoied. to Healh: Sensation in a Brisbane Neighbour hood--Cure Confirmed by :Inde.. paendent Witnesses---ATributc?to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills'. 'llho wonderful value of Dr: Will : ams' "PiSk Pills to those who are weak' and run down-is shown in a re markable way' in the case of Miss SViolet Sinclair, whose mother is Mrs. David Sinclair; of "Devonia," Chern side, near Brisbane. After being in a Brisbane Hospital for weeks and undergoing a serious. operation, the little girl was taken ?nhome in a supposed dying condition. Nothing her parents did seemed able to bring her back health and strength. However, on the advice cf a mali 'whose daughter had had a marvell :dus recovery after using Dr. Will i'ama' Pink Pills, the little girl was st~rted 'on a course. Mrs. Sinclair tells how they made a strong healthy girl of the little invalid. She says: "Violet, who'is now thirteen, asome time back had to go into a Brisbane Hospital for a serious operation, and ,was there thre...
FEAR OF REVOLUTIONARY RIOTS. CALLING IN ARMS AND AMMUNITION. Capetown, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
FEiuR OF REVOLUTIONARY RIOTS. CALLING IN ARMS AND AM MUNITION. Capetowný Jan. 8.: The railwaymen of East London have resolved not to take drastic ac tion'pending a general ballot. . Tho ulthorijes. at Johannesburg are:removing rifles and ammunition to places of safety. Rifles idn possession of cadets have been, called in. Precautions are being taken to pre vent revolutionary persons from secur ing firearms. The Capd branch of railwa men has decided not to strike, but the Amal gamated Society of Engineers at.Jo hninnesburg has decided, to support the?railwaymen. . A large amount of Johannesburg property hah been insured in London against riot .risks..
REGISTRATION OF CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
REGISTRATION OF CADETS. o:, os born in 1900 minst register in either Jianuari or February for Senior Cadet trainmi,. In March and April the boys will be medically enamined. 'l'he cadets who were born in 189)6 and who are now ready for drafting into the militia forces, will also have to underno examination. The drafting of the boys born in 1900 into the ranks of the Senior Cadets will result in an addition to the militia forces of about 17.000.
RAND RAILWAY CRISIS. STRIKE BEGIN AT MIDNIGHT. GENERAL STRIKE THREATENED. SPECIAL CONSTABLES ENROLLED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Pretoria, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
RAND RAILWAY. CRISIS. STRIKE BEGIN AT ?HD NIGHT. GENERAL STRIKE THREAT ENED. SPECIAL CONSTABLES EN . ROLLED. ... (Ileuter's Telegram:) ;.' -..". ?o n :: vPretoria,, Jan. i8: iTi railway crisis is overshalidowing all elsd in- the:"Transivaal a.t' the mo ment.:. Notices'h:liav been posted in the. railwhys throughout the province ordoering te men to go on strike at midnight to-night:. A special meeting of the Cabinet wsas held to-day to discuss the situa tion. At its conclusion, General Smuts (Minister for Finance) Mr. Malan (Minister for Mines),' and 'Colonel Iruter (Chief Commissioner of Po eice for the Union left Pretoria for Solmannesburg, which is. the centre of the railway. trouble. The Federation of Trades threatens to proclaim a general-strike if no set tlement of the railway dispute has been reached bySattirday. , Extensive precautions are being takezi at Johennesburg, Pretoria,and elsewhere in thb Transvaal to pre serve order. The authorities have cal led for volunteers to ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
SILVER STAR STARCH itw IbnO INSIST ON LABELLED P?PKAG ES OF [NTEREST:TO LADIES. Ladies are requested to note the. Mrs. D. M.CLIFFORD. Superinteni cnt of Natura Health Co.,Melbourne will next be visiting Warrnanmbool or Tuesday and Wednesday, the 13 anr 14th January, when she may be seer 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. Spuc. ially note the time. Ladies whoa. health is causing them anxiety: arn advised to make a"noint of consaltini Mrs. Olifford, and learning from he, how good health may be restored th them.. No charge will be made for the consultation or advice. Mean while send 2d. postage for fret "Natura" Health Guide. written by Mrs. Clifford herself specially foar women and girls. Address: Depart ment 02. "Natura" Health Co., 49 Ilirabeth Street, . Melbourne. Mrs. Oliford wil carry a full supply of al' medicines.-(Advt.) "PEDIC POMADE." One application destroys head ver nin--ills nits. healk sores, curss Ringwor...
WOMAN'S MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
WOMAN'S MISCELLANY. (B:. t L'INCONNOEL) T'he woman soul leadeth us =' UDwirid and on."-Goethe. "?lid maniy of them" is the hackk neyoed addendm;t o mhhy. Newr iYear gieotings. Yet, as we acknowledge thir kindly wish,h we hardly realise lthar tile questrion of "length of days" lies very much .in our own .hands. 'llre awhole'secret' of longevity seems' to oe in keeping the organs of 'circulatioi in good 'condition, which is done' by avoiding all excesses. Vont Moltke, the great general, rhien in "his nine tithlycar,wsasked how 'he had mani tained his health and activity. He at tributed these to ..having practised 'moderation in all things; by regular out-door exercise in all weathers, good and bad." We naturally despise : the person who, prodigal of his health and strength, shortens 'his life and dirm Inishes his usefulness; whilst; on the other nand, we look' with' something akin to reverence oh those who have husbanded their energies until they have outlived many of their conteni po...
THE PRINTERS' STRIKE. EXTENSION TO LAUNCESTON. Launceston, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
THE PRINTERS' STRIKE. EXTENSION T'i LAUNCES TON. Launceston,, Jan. 7. " The strike of Hobart printing: oflGco employes was extended to-day Lo Launceston, when tie proprietors' .f the "Examinier" declined to' comply with a demand from their employes that'they should cease sending their "flongs" (a "'long" is a stereotyped impression of a page of news) to Ho bart for use by the "Mercury" . and the "Daily Post," whose men have been out on strike since Friday last. lThe linotypers and others engaged in the production of the "Examiner" stopped work early in the afternoon, and did not return. The paper will appear in the morning in reduced form. There was 'a meeting of . the imembers of Launceston branch of Mel bourne Typographical Society . before the strike occurred. It is understood that two delegates of the society will arrive at Launceston from Melbourne by Thursday morning's steamer. There is a further dispute,in which all thie Launceston printing offices are concerned, and the mast...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
PERSONAL. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P.,now in his 78th year, who has been ser iously ill for several years, has an nounced that ho will not stand f, Parliament at the next general elec *tion. Ho has been unable to take his seat since h was sworn inll us a member of the present House of Con mons. The tariff reform movement in Great Britain,which he champiobn d with such fervor bringing to its ad vocacy a force an'd ability which ha:o iarely been paralleled> was uisfortin ate in the fact tlmt Mr. Chamberlain's breakdown in health occurred wheri tho.success of his policy was practical ly Assured. Mr. J. A. Thomson, the first Nov Zealand Rhodes scholar, has been ap pointed 'director of Dunedin Museum. The Commissioners of the State Savins .Bank have' nominated Sir "George Turner as their chairman, to succeed Captain Currie, wlhose health does not-permit him to contiiue ii that office, although lihe retains his position as a:Oommissioner. The noni mnation for the office of chairman wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMaENTS. .Messrs. Giffeii Russell and :Co., Fairv-street. make an offier for three weeks of .soeciid dalues in tweed suit M\Ir. H.J. O'Flahertv. "L' t and tie kiln." Timino-street. advertises par tieulars of a snesial nurehase he.hias made of hats. which he is offering ait reduced orice.s. Messrs. O'Brieni Bros. will hold a sale of i;stock and suidries at the Ho tel Yards. Caramut. on Saturday. Messrs; Archibald Macfarlane and Co. (in coniunhttion nwith Mr. A. A Ifriamisl will hold a sub-divisional sale of the Belvidere Estate. corner Foster and Coulstock Streets. at the Commer cial Hotel; Warrinanbool. on a date to be fixed. /. Mr..Deanv. of the" Music Ware hlouse: annoufsdes:that he is holding a bareain month. and advertises 'a list of. six bariainis. Mr.- A.. Hoin: Liebic-street, calls attention to .his Dux 'cycles and all sportin noods... MELBO8M HBMMON8N, Dentiat, Timor-street, Warrnimbool, Attend, DAILY .at his, Surgery. W J. B. DAVIDSON, Dentist, m...
GARDENS IMPROVEMENT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
GAlf)ENS 11I l)OVEMEN'I' 1UNI. A well-attended mecetini, of the ia dies' ommni ttee ill eonnm tiol with tho recent Christmas NiCght sacred con cert in aid of tlhe Gardlens inmprore umeit fund was held in tile front room of the 'Town Hall last night, the Mavoress (Mrs. A. F. Laudnmann) pre siding. Owini to sf?eral who had tic kets for sale not being able to attend the weetint the conolete financial re sutilt of the elfort could not he ascer tained deflnitely. but is aitticipated it ill anmounot to a sium of about £35. It was decided to de-iote the l4inev to furnisliina tht, tea kiosk in the G(ar dens with ten tables and 40 chairs, and to orocure 25 iron folding chairs for ba:ndsmlen in thll rntiitnda. Any 'balance after urocuring the chairs and tables is to be reserved for a find to uIlrchase n motor lawn mower for the Gardens. It was agreed to haro the furnishings sfiolietl in timto for tih Japanese Fete to take lnace shortly.
RACE BOOTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
IRcE. BOOTHS. The publicah's .booth' for .the sum mer meeting of tile' Wrrnambool Rac ing Olub were submitted at auction yesthrday. ly Chas. McMeekin and Co at tho Commorcial Hotel. The bidding was brisk. The successful purchaser was Mr. P. F.,-Hogan, of Pralran, who sooeured the inside privilege at £36 and the hill booth at £9. The prices .realised last year were: Lawn, .£31; hill; £5:
CORRESPONDENCE. BATHING CRITICISM. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. BATHING CRITICISM. (To the Editor). Sir.-Another bathing fatality was narrowly averted at the heacl this eveing,. the oresence of some scllinp Der fishermen on the intake jetty just saving another lamentable occurrence. I alm not an alarlnist. and have no intention of magnifvine the small ele ment of dancer that exists in surf bathing--even on our. beach-admit tedlyr one of the safest surf beaches in rhe Comnmonwealth. But the expendi t?re of a feiw shillings wouild remove one of the greatest dangers on the beach-a dancer whiich has colm,under die nltice ol myself ilianv times-once sr twice too closely to he pleasant, close relati.s beinl the orincipils in xscitign life and death strungLles with the undlertwv Lest some of the hard-headed fi~an ciers of time 'Town Council should: look too loun at the half souerripn requir ed let ime remid thelmi that a bathing fat:lity on the beach is i ilirect loss in hard cash to the town, for very ob vious reasons. The danger I ret...
TROUBLE WITH RURAL WORKERS AN UNEXPECTED DIFFICULTY. LUMPERS MAY NOT HANDLE WHEAT. Wagga, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
TROUBLE WiTH RURAL WORKERS AN UNEXP'ECTED DIFFICULTY. LU1MPIERS MAY NOT HANDLE WHEAT. Wagga, Jan. 7. The trouble between the Rural Workers' Union and the ,'armers and Settlers' Association is entering on a serious phase. Originally the trouble was apparently confined to the rural workers and farmers. 'he farmers be tiered that bcaiuýe they were able :o secure suflicient labor to take off the crops the trouble was ended. The or ganisers of the Rural Workers' Un lon, however, have been' qcietly pre paring for the organised assistance romn the other unions. T'o-dau it ?a: rumored arrange mlents had been completed by which all unions would refuse to handle wheat and nroduce harvested by or carried to the railways by non-uni as labor. The farmers are driving their own teams to the railway, where, at a numlber of yards, the tarners are combining to stack the wheat or load It oen to trucks. The rural workers' representatives have now notified buying agents that iwheat stacked under these c...