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LONDON BUILDING TRADE ACTION BY MASTER BUILDERS. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENTS. 150,000 MEN AFFECTED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
LONDON BUILDING TRADE ACTION BY MASTER BUILDERS. TEIlMINArION OF AGREEMENTS. ' 150.000 IMEN AFFECtED. : (Reuter's Telegram.) London: Jan. 8. The mnister builders of London, es sirc' ited' bvfri?,uent infringemients, have decided to terminate forthwith the working aereemients ~ith the Car penters'; Joiners'. Brickla?ers' MIas ons'. Plasterers' and'j aborers' -Unions. "l'ihere are 150.000 men. affected. 'he iminsters dematid the cessatidn of isolated strikes. also the formation of a nuarantee fund to which both sides shill contrihnte in order to provide nenalties for strikes and lockouts. 'The.emuhrers further demand that the unions shall denrecate strikes be fore disnutes are referred to a concil intion beard and that unions shall pen alise members. for non-observance .of the rules.
KIKUYA CONTROVERSY. DR. FRODSHAM SUPPORTS PRIMATE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
KIKUYA CONTROVERSY. DR. FRODSHAM SUPPORTS PRIMATE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. Dr. Froddham; formerly Bishop of North Queensland, has written a let ter to the newspapers in which he con tributes- his views on the controversy which is raging regarding the question of inter-communion. The writer believes that a. schism in the Anglican Church, arising out of the inter-commiunion dispute, is in no wise likely. Dr. Frodd am re-echoes the appeal made by the Primate (Dr. Davidson), and deplores what he de scribes as "the unnecessary con troversy." . (Dr.. Davidson,: in -o. letter . to .the press, said he hoped that the con troveorsy would be suspended. It was his duty, ho said, and equally his wish, to secure for the Bishop of Zanzibar (who has accused the Bishops of Uganda and Mombassa of heresy in having administered the sacrament to non-conformists) ample opportunity of sublmitting his case to the proper coclesiastical authority).
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
IN MEMORIAM. DONNES (nee Shaddock).-A. tribute of everlasting love of our darling Effie and her little babe (Edgar Horatio), who passed to a higher life at Subiaco, West Australia on the 9th January, 1912. Loved. -Inserted by her sisters and brothers, mother and father. BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. THE FAMILY of the late Mrs NICOL, desire to THANK their &nbsp; Many Friends for Letters of Sym pathy., Etc., received during their re cent bereavement; and wish to speci ally Thank Nurse Gillick and Dr. Baldwin for Unremitting Kindness and attention.
POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 9 January 1914
POLICE COURT. Messrs. S. G. Russell and W. Fer- guson, J.'sP., presided at the Warr- nambool Police Court yesterday and dealt with a short list of unimportant cases. A young man a first offender, was fined 10/ for obstructing Con- stable Croagh in the execution of his duty, and Stavois Voterakis was fined 10/ for using obscene language in a public place. A. V. De Grandi ob- tained an order against James Fary for £4/15/5, with 15/ costs.
HEALTH NOTES. The Evil of Late Suppers. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
' HEALTH NOTES.:.. The Evil of Late Suppers.: : Late or heavy suppers are -a com-r mon cause of insomnia, especially thatt form ofl it in which people fall into .a heay sleep, only to-awake with a start an hour or two later and find themselves unable to sleep again uitil'' early mornhi? perhaps. Digestioni comes almsot to a dead stop during aleep, "so that sufficient time should be allowed for the last meal to be dis posed of before the hour for retiring.' Phis interval should be two hours'at least, which 'meaw. that half-past eight is as a rule late enough for the evening mealJ In any case, the food which is taken then ought to be of. a light nature, ,and not .include' pork,: cold meat, or any other article 'of diet wvsich: fi slow of digestion:'.-: Coffee " and.:strong, tea are unsuitable at this owur. asdtlOhey tend to cause 'sleep-' lessness. Cocoa, made with water,' is"I ..mucli- bette?' beverage fdor'iisd with e evening imeal or afteriti:;.'.. " -" --·- - ... .. ··ll:!i .·i ;s...
Impure Air and Scrofula. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
I:?!m ure Air and Scrofuc~s 'a:?"i The atmosphere of all rootmsn hoil be frequently renewed by, proped;.ven, tijation. The best method of accom idishing this has been for many years, a subject closely studied by sanitar inns. In rooms, and especially injbed rooms, the fireplace shouild ali~-haibe ieft unclosed. The windows should be pulled down from the top; aTid tip" .from the ,bottom..- All-Tooms,:ahnds:' pecially sleeping apartments,' should' ase well aired~di:flng the day. .Impure air in.bedrooms is considerd by: iemin ent medical authorities to be one of the most potent causes of consumption and scrolula. A well-known, Frendh ihysician 'ho -has devoted much` at tention to studies of this nature says: "It will often be found; on examina- tion, that' scrofulous Qissased are caused by vitiated air, and' it is not always necssary that there should ?ave.been'a prolonged stay ..in suich: a?s:atmosphere. Only a :few :hoursb each day is sufficient; and a:peison, nay live in a most heal...
Too True. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
Too True. - dThereci a ia h8pSi-mean lij.seed It~ my hu'ýdos' 'thing It i said that aelirewd qid ladyi eard her married daughtefsa ,,If, my husband3 daesn t do anc~and such a thing hell find himselfln hos water. L .. °..:r, ., "Mly "child,".: said 'the oldlsady;-'a man is like an egg. Kept ri hot water a little wllle he may,,bwll soft, but keep hiuf tllerel long amd he hardens!"
Too Much for the Ghost. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
:,,b;T'.oo..M.uch :forthe phost" :,Archbishop Thomson once:"laid" a gho''in. a:verY. slihple,wa'yi S f?ng at a country house with traditions of a -fa'ill" gh'ost,%"hew\as-5-pt up foi-'thde ,Aightjn..the, 'haunted, chamber. "In the morning his hosts were anx ious to knpw if he had seen anything. "Oh, yes," he replied; "about twelve o'clock I heard a knock at the door. .,,said,jCome'ini.come In.' " -Lt ; &udidt he' come?: "Yes; an old sallow-looking ihan~," "Yes, that;is our;ghost! Whattdid; you do?" "I:got out of .bed and asked if he belonged to the house.' He nodded as sent. I asked him if he were a par ishioner. He nodded again. Then I said, 'l am anxious to build some new schools; -will you give me a subscrip tion?' He disappeared and I saw him no more!" The teacher was addressing his pu pils on the subjects of :aziness and idleness. He drew a terrible picture of the habitual loafer-the man who dis likes work and who begs for all he gets. "Now, John," said the teacher to a...
VEDRINES' TROUBLES. TRIP TO AUSTRALIA AFFECTED (Reuter's Telegram.) Paris, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
VEDRINES' TROUBLES. MIRIP TO AUSTRALIA AFFECTED (Renter's Telegram;.) , ., ., o ," * Paris, Jan. 9. .The.rifu'mai of; Jules.Vedrines, the famous Frroinli airman, to fight a duel with his rival, Rtoux,, at Cairo is like ly to:havo'annoying consequences for Vedrines. 'The,. two airmen met in Cairo and a .iquarrel- arose, during which, Vedrines gtruck. Roux in the face, and thein.refused to fight a duel withli.; limm on thelground that Roux lamd.,disgraced F'rn'co by his failure to fl? from Paria to Cairo. .It is nor hinted hero that the ar rangenients' to facilitate the flight which Vedrines proposes to make to Australia will bo endangered unless he gives stisfaction to Roux. However, it is understood that Vedrices will conti!iue *'is great flight under the auspices of his;einpiloyers, and in' de fiance of the French Aerial League.
PROSPECTS FOR 1914. RECORD QUOTATIONS IN 1913. (Reuter's Telegram). London, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
,PRSPE.s4- FOR 1914. RECORD QuOTATIONSINI 1918.:;. i ,, !. (Bumtar.Telegr]am). . : w? ,i .'.:, id ·: :: &lt; L on d on .I J an ., 9 . :? Tlieannual 'renort issued by Messrs W. Weddell and Co., Colonial Commis= sioanagents. h]as been dublished.,.. The, renort declares-thatj.the, gen eraLaverae ouotatioia in the.frozen meatltra dt e o 111 were ihe highest on record. ,4tstralian. auppliesof beef and mutton also niti#itutedlrecords.It is unlikely that inna19h1 b nov . further larpeee?xai?nsmion. ofn eneral,,trade will be iiitnessedl.?,?ut. the dem~andsfor all kind of imeat wi.ill probabliy be but little contracited; even.if retail prices are permanently raised. Thi report' addsthitthgre;,are?nmanyv.reasons for assumine thatliu resent hiirli values will be maintainietdt.during :1914.. .unless lber? roiibles occur: Shoulilthe new market in :tho United Stiates develop, ion thi e"bina:idir iif ne Whichl many uilcinafte flio.n? rlt ;iill lie to em phasise theo inherent strenetl of th...
TALE OF THE SEA. COLLIER ON FIRE. CREW'S THRILLING EXPERIENCES. (Reuter's Telegram.) Vancouver, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
:"-=-; COLLIER CONWiREd;'iYA;,..ii EW'STH I I I EXPER :; &lt;Reut~~~ Telegram)., . Va.ncou ver. Jan. 9. The Ge6rfian.bar feEilbek, liasinr rired'at 'Astoria.'Wishinaton with the cantin~.iad .ciw of Ithle Britisli cbller ,It .auoearsithat:the i Battle 'Ahbev' "while?.iovn~ain?.frdinHiewcastle', N.S. S-'ttoVi,,Vicuver.wasibairned, at. se lastinionthi ,throunh, her coal/.cargo catchin :fire. rThle, crew Joughti .the flames-forsJawe'ek;.but the fire .won and the. hnd t'o take -to the whale boat. SThrieidavs laterthe 'Eilbek hovo:ein sibht' and: re4dced everybody. )i->;4i SIn addition In the (licers and crye the cstaiiwaiq'i'in d lilledCthl captdiii's wife" and two ldanihteik' . Cailtafinrfarstdis: of;thellBattle,*Al be.ý.Iwhen intervie4ed at. As.toria'this .morniie-aid',lhis ivssel mindo ae fair R?asaao umtil'she'was three weeks out. Then'; ioweveri;the coal caught fire.' Fordavs 'thev'ifuirht: th flamesebut withtlitdictucce~s.: Ii the early hours of December 30.- it was aoia...
TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
TO-DAY'S ADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS. - In to-day's issue 3Mnteonery and Bradshaw. ''eranLr. dndvertise for. as assistant imnlrover for their grocery and provision dlenartment. Mr. AIotoniev will be in War-na'n bool on 'Ihuirsda: ay 1th January, and may be consulted at the Commner,:'a Hotel (all day). Terans, will lie visited on Friday. andl Mortlake on Sunday. Creer: the Cashinan. announces that his anInual sullmmer sale will start .n Mondlay. Tuesday and Wednes.al y next. anlll dvertises in this :os.'e a price list in i'onnection with it. Mr. E. Battarbee.' urocer, Liebi,, and Lava Streets. calls attentioni t, the value as a food urodnut of LMilk;do self-raisins flour. Mr.; J; C. Dallimore. Terang, denite the truth of a. rumor tlnit the ltidd milkinu nmachines were drving up iids cows and hurtini, their tents. Messrs. Norris. Tovno and Scow's notify that they have annointed v1r T. D. McConnell as their agent fcr ani nlre.. Mr .W\V.I..J'Philnott invites tenders for leasinie Messrs. D...
The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY. Price—One Penny. SATURDAY, 10th JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. JAPANESE FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
,JAPA NESE FETE.. Tho annual .Taanese Fete will he opened in the. BotanicaL Gardens next Wednesday revn~in. The chief attrac tion will be the uresence Ef St. Augus tie's BaiTd. Geelong. This band has achieved a Commonwealth reputation. In 1906 thevlwon sll the first prizes at the Ballarat Ciniomtitions. carrying off the A Grade Chamnionship worth 1200. anioth1ir~idicksten worth £75. They then became the vermanent hold ers of 'tli Sutton Shield iworth eighty guineas. the Boosev Cun worth fifty guineas and the Hutton Cin,~ofarth 20 ruineais. These finle tronhies occupy i promineiit osition in the Orphanage, and are containedi in a fine 'lass case; Last October the bahnd' s ured the hihiest number of points in the test niece in the A Grhde comnetition at Ballarat. anid iuste'inikseil 'th Champ iorishin o 'Australia by a few points. That such'" body of boys. 'some of them only ten Tears of age. could play witlf such fine effect: was a revelation todthe'crowid that assembled ,in Balla ri...