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STATE LAND TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

STATE LAND 'ITAX. All 'ersons who owlned land at 31st Deceniber last of ani xminroced value exceedine £250 are liable to pay State Land-Ta 'for'Thr'hicurrent.l ear 1914. No ·eneral retuhLF are. howei'er, ro ouired to be furnished to the Com missioner of Taxes. who'will make hiis assessments iunt his oflii'inl records, which are based neon the land tax returns furnished in 1911. sunplement ed by notices of chanCe of ownership given by vendors and mnirchasers of land in the meantimne. Notices of chanie of ownerslhib effected by sale and nuurchase of lanl in the year'1913 are reouired to be riven to the Com missioner not later than 31st January 1914. otlherwise 'the Comniissioner's as sebimentis will bb made as if The ven dor were the owner at 31st December, 1913. A verv 'larce number of such notices' has alreadyl been 'received by the Commissioner. but it is feared many sellers 'and purchasers liave not vet fulfilled their obligation in this re spect. The iotice reiiuir? to bo signi-:...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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BALL AT PURNIM. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

BALL AT PURNIM[. A hall and sumln r will he held in the Purnimn M?ehanics' Ilall on Friday evenine. 23rd inst.. in aid of the Pro duce Stall at the forthcoininq bazaar.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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COUNCILS AND FOX SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

COUNCILS AND FOX SKINS. lThie custoni of municipal councils payine"i fo fox skins was comnniented eon' at the Dundlas Shire meeting on Thursday on the consideration of ten ders for their" urchase for the ensu in, 12 moliths. Cr. Fraser' considered it wa' an e"Onensivs matter for the shire. and he did not see that it did any rood. the ipresident said other shires hadi thrown it out altogether. Cr. Fraseir, did. not e see why they coul liot' throir it Diut here 'also. Cr. Learmontl thouLht' if they were em powered to do away with the lonlus tihey certainly should do so, because with the Drimo of fls skins now every blidh. man or boy. who could possibly ,,et hold of a fox was killing it. For 'a gocod skin tRev couldl et up to. 15/, and the shirc wass iust simluly loaded with little cuhs. andl it was a waste of money pavingi 21(6 mel for them. Cr. Les;is noubted whether, the. council could abolish the uracti?i. and it was decided to delayv aceentini the tender for re-nurelushe until fur...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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GOOD WHEAT RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

GOOD ,WH1A'T' RE?I'UItNS. Exnerienced hands have auestioned the urocluctivity of the closer settle ienr. areas at 31onraill and Kenil worth, writes our Hamilton correspon dent. lut returns comin, to hand for this season show the holdings in as favourable a light as imuch of the hi-tlher-riceld Wimmera land.Generally they are oodl. but one of the first, that of a small holding of Mr. Law rie's. at Mooralla. has returned as much as 124 bans of whant to the acre. and his cron has avseraged 7 have

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE DANDIES' RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

THE ID)ANDLES' IIllTURN. .Mr. Edward Branscombe's Now ??g lisli Costiliie Comedy Coninyiv?i ,, "The DanIdies." :ill" aunear a? the To?ni Hall. MWarnambool. for two nights only on January 15i and 16). This com iany comnes w~ith the hiLrhest creden tials obtained in competition with the best companies at present in England. The nersonel. with resnectiveo lines of business is ps follows:-Harry De Ro beck. 'character comedian : Mr. Alex. IMcAllister. tenor: Miss' Kato Chec kett. sonrano: Mr. George Brookes, baritone: Miss fMay Gearv. contralto; MIr. Gordon Lennox: lilrht'.comedian and dancer: Miss Maizin Gray, son brette: Mr. David 'Norton. musical lirector.: This comoanv is said to be quito the brightest. cleverest and the cleanest that has vet appeared in this class of work -in -Aiustralia.' Inane comedians and shriekini. serio comics have been inhibited. wlhile the slipping in of these'side turts'that mako'tho average intellineiit. person groan is entirely unknown. The Dandies' motto...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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IMPORTANT SALE OF MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

IMPORTANT SATlE OF MACHINERY. 'Pho"proprietors of the Arcadia open air theatro have decided to demolish the obuildings and dispase of the w1iola of the building material, plannt nd land by public auction. A, largo amount of effort has been expended upon the site whldhi has for the past two years presented a. ay frontage of re:sonabloa lowers in place of the un si.litlry cruh which marked its earlier history. The work of demolition is proceeding rapidly, and within afoew days the material will be ready for disposal.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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KOROIT WATERWORKS TRUST. Wednesday, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

KOROIT WATERWORKS: TRUST.; S ,Wed:nesday, 7thi January. Present: Coins. 1. Bourke (clair niil.),.liiffu?? , Patersoln,Stevenson, Wil' Kinisoi, Snimmonds, Downey and P. .,uurke. t .. ; REPORTS. '. F. 'rior reported the cossumption of water for D1econler at 1,84ti,000 gallons. .hel railway moter was still out of: order. He estimated 650,000 had ,beeli iiscd 'for railway .purposes during tlie nidntlihrTho reservoir and tank were in good order. Since the ", stallatiorin of' 'the ! electric pump 13.578,G00 gallons had been pumped. Tlio-secretiry said it was provided that. the excess over 12,000,000 gallons siniuld be paid for at the rate of three 'enco per thounsand gallons. ,: SHORTAGE 01O' FWATER. Si.UGeraty. reported.. having inspect ed the spriigs at thie lali bank witl a: vicw to connecting them with the .receiving basin.:"'Dick Spring" (about 10,000gall6n's per day) was : distant 400 yards, and lie estimated the cost ofconnicction.at £80. "Hare Spring" .would he toogreat. The cost ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

`b' i ADI it e i C mt I -Boo ts, t self c GENTS' t al ., . oe" " AI"ES.so, pecia price, 5a/n1a .6l parnd tr/6 I " i 9 and G N S6l a e ' i r ozit' n , w" e " ' e" o pi c i a. p r i e? ? s l *U l 6 1 j i L p r " A-smprc a n oo e. c i a l p ri ce, 1 , 1 2 , 0 , 1 4 6 , 1p 6 p r . l II L'ADIES' Whlae CKd On Lac Bootes, omlf cappe, geoa GENTS' orWhite BalCa .ce Shei fo u ca serhpsoad sh0ap. , special price, 11 .6 and 1 0/ p ai r ligt, s pe cia l p rice, 14,6, 16 , 20ll and 218 pair. .... UP.T01':TE:B,00. AND1.SOE: STOKRELIEBIG STREET, .s.'Phone,. ý o. , 6d cial Pa oket 8/11 ONEd 10/0 p LAG --- rONE , FLOUR, / and 1 .3 pair ? ?MILKIDO SELes, pt- ENTRAISINy or A . s:.,' ." ontaincin p . 1 MilkProteids. hapes aer l piy Req 1?6, 1 .and 9/i pair LADIt ' is ?name Ds Convenient andt Econoiappd l GF EN o u lood Prolduct; b raause, nfre s ith Si pespl ap; special prddiion 11/f Cold Wat"6 r in a Few : i iutp, ?ie1.4 P 0 ad t.+=h'p • I .. " -- . . TIRY . IT, A SURPRISE AWAIT{. ,YOT: " d Pa: pence P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

NEW YEAR BARGAINS ::T110 CELEBRATE the OPENING of 1914 we offer someastonding Bargs only a few are mentioned be L low but they will be an indication of the Values. LADIES' COTTON JAP. CREPE ONE-PIECE ROBES, the Pric 316 LADIES' WHITE EMBROIDERED BLOUSES, Less .CHILDREN'S PRINT ROMPERS, Light Prints, only a Few 116 CHILDREN'S RUSH HATS, for the Beach, Cool and Shady, only ... d WARINER'S CORSETS, "The Favorite," were 4111 Pce ow 26 HITE TURKIS TOWELS, 53 Inch Long 27 Inh Wide SFRENCH CAMBRICS, New Coloured Stripes, 9d; no Sd STRIPE DRILL SUITING for BOYS, 1/3; now IBId , SUNRESISTA" DRESS FABRICS, Never Fades d HOYLES' NAVY and BLACK PRINTED SA'EENS, 1 now 7 45-INCH HERSTITCHED FLOUNCING EMBROIDERY to Go at.1.1 22-INCH HEESTITCHED EMBROIDERY, Another Bargain - ALLOVER EMBROIDERIES, Nice Designs, to Go at d LADIES' LONG BLACK LISLE THREAD GLOVES d LADIES' BLACK LACE LISLE HOSE, to Go at GENTS' SOFT SHIRTS, Stiff Cuff, in Freach Camli 211 GENTS' SOFT SHIRTS, Silk Fronts, Double Cuffs, ...

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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

MELBOURNE PIC MARKET, Adamson. Strettle and Co. report under date 7th and 8th Jan.:-2450 varded. Stores.--''his class was lightly sup p!ied. chiefly cood conditioned sorts, which were nurchased .by the trade. The demand was fairly good, prices beine about the same Small. sorts, from 201 to 215:: medium from 28/ to Polrkers.--Modlerate supply, compris inr good and prime utiality. which met a brisk demand. Prime liht' weights 331 to 401. medlinum an od ? 2nd to 451. heavy 481' to i51. l.con P'ius.--The yardin, was a full cnd. the nualit bheine rery cood, and well s:uited for trade reouirements. There was a full attendance of town ando 'oonutrr curers. and the demand ws; evenly sustained throughout. prices beine firm. Prime heasy wteir-hts 701 to 70/: mediuin arid good 6&. to 701. prime and light 551 to 631. llackfatters.-A light suOlly. The demand was brisk. and prices a shade lirmer. Extra nrime and weighty £7 to £S: orime fats £51101 to £01101; prime medium 751 to 90:: rough...

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MARRYING RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

MARRYING .RECORDS. o -: Women, gas a rule, are moreagiven tto thle 'marrying .?.habit. tl.anr; men, thougi .ino, woman has treache.d the worliu'a -inarrying record - made { by. (eorge .\':iton, the notorious .bigami .ib t?,lose; marriages totalled over 100., in one weeK?abe.,went; through eight ceremonies. ywmp , . --:Almost-as strange a case was that of a .ussian woman condemned 'to biberia not .loig ago. She haii been married to twenty husbanids?and 'had -treated. them allr'alike, ininidg.away trom;each:in turn and taking all theii portable property,,withU'her. Shie was anmost: attractive Woman; an ,highly. euucated. Im N, iii;.;, SA;: woman .,named 'Schmeyer, ,of. .Iennsylvania; wast sent to 'pison not .long! agotfor bigatmyr: Though she. ,was only twenty-isevenyears old, sha. .hau:married' twelve 'meie in .tn years. Her, only: comment' in court; was- thaf sheihaed them all; i . . riA-:IBoer 'wdnian knamed,,,e..Bepr& whose !sixthb!husband 'ded recently, is -the-proud moth...

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DOGS AND MOVING PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

~DOGS D??D MOVING PICTURES. , lýmoving -picture show was recent y, ,ivenin London.to determnie'?hplit1 enect .alg!ematograph p?tdit?ireithad he lintelligenceiot antimals A serie' mUyt niuuonipicturesst'ere reeled oltt ih a ,arieeu ,ropm bietore:araiti iendie' ?,t pricze lpgs. !birst soide pictureS; otf aaog show; wyervrusn ttirough: Thie dogs., walked, paudd iad-'a look'at t.+, and turneda aweay-obviously ibored! aunl uninterested; ;vidently-:theasubl 3ept tyasstoo tamiliri '1heyinvwoket hpp ,nowever, ýýyh~n ianf elepnant~s carmd spiashni,$ntoa poollIqr wateri and.ap ,easred to be ,wa iungjinto theroom':=' ..jnassute bulldog Inade aldasit fori tihesceieien \Vith his headl;up anaiears ,rlicked, negot2ready torattacltjand toe'wliole audience 'barked-and. ayed. Sia blooda-curalog, alscortlik,!rctures; o.' irdsii'ilsbo rritadtea them,; but! when 'tli'ere' hilafu lis vere tisWt theyqutick-, ly reto uibea tn.,} ey iwere hOt lpoot ing at" iilih' reii tg, and, Inaa few: skeonds quieted dwdh...

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CARE OF CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

.. ARE OF, CREAM. 'For' the factory manger to turn out a first-grade butter he ,requires the "help of the farmer. The cream must be delivered in-the best order Dpos sible. Cleanliness in the dairy is an 'essential condition. Cream cans are returned washed, but it is very neces shry that they should be thoroughly cleansed and scalded again at the farm before use. For segarating, a special. room should be provided, at least 30 yards to windward of the milking shed, have a concrete floor, be' provided with good drainage, well ventilated, and have a good supply of water. The milk should be separated as soon as possible, and while the animal heat is in the milk. The 'cream'should at once be cooled to the lowest possible temperature; and, as t1he water required is small, this :shodld present no serious difficulty. Under no circumstances should cream from' one' skimming. be mixed with cream from another skimming unless it lids first"been well cooled. The mbst'uiisatisfactory of all supplie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

WATSON'S N'IO. SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUAUTY GUARANTEEDi JAMES WATSON & C° LT" DUNDEE. sr~ Inarfl· b w i OubmonwePAT EN a ', lthS'ad Eli?!, wlierefor improved methode: of A?Pbl ance;s Tools, etc., of;imy .descrptioL.a ' Fill Information, Costs, eto., sentm?o?-,, ;. application to A A O.O. :SAOHSE, C.E.-... i: 1AUSTRALIAN WIDOWWUND BUILDINGS, Corner.Collins and WIIIamU. S '. MELBOURNE. `A apua v-acoholic b gverag.. tales about their work.,: {.. " = "The other day," sald one, "I pain ? ed a little deal board in'imitatio of '" marble with such-aecuracy that,oo 9o . ' being thrown into the water, it I1 .mediately sank to the bottom." ,I "'Faugh!'"eid another. "TYested i I hiun my thermometer: on-the ealc? supporting my view of the Polar re* gion.' 'It f-Il at once twenty d?r.: below freezing-point.: . , "All that is nothln,'"?remarked the third artist, in conclusion.: "MY po?' rait o a prominent New York ll lionaire rwasso lifeliko'.that it bad to .I17r'' be shave...

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A BERESFORD IN WAR-TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

SA BERiSFOR'D IN WA R-TIME. ibThoe Be esforids have, I b'een' Pi - mous for the courage that borders, on,, reoklessnoet.s" Lord \Villiam' Beres iord,served in the Zulu War in 1879i,. wlining .the "', :nd. in his book,- "Campaigns of a War Correspondent," Mfrr. leltoin I'rior relates some striking: stories of .him: - Ih the-retreat .LordoiWilliam Beres-, "frdi'tiiurning around, saw the fourilegs, of.ii while heor; :kicking in,.the air, Itealising - t once that it itbeloge .'to' dnie'-f rdiurd?ixnmlhtlirode straighlt for, it, and found that the horse had been _:hot-and-"h^iat Me 1ider had ?illen;half-,s stunned. . . . "Get:up!" Lord William saidltothe:, •m-ainbut.he'-seeihied to dazed to;,an swer;v whereupon Lord Wiliiam.,said,;; "If joiddnt -getup at olice;tI will. jump down, and.punch your -h.ad!,, tat wh&hi.lthe man 'did frise slowly. Lrd William ,guceededi in helping. him"dan to thehdrse behindhim; once mounted, the man clutched Beresford aroiui !ewais, In '?so they gallop...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Avoiding Eye-Strain. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

;. uodingye-Strain. lii .Eye-strain ,is said to ibagely a defctof'civllistion To counteract it, children should be encorraged?'to use thliir 'ieeiello'ng Pat'nge. A teacher'. wo has a surprisingly smaill anmdo??t f eye.strtiiA'a?iong her pupiiils "attrtfi butes it to her practice of makinglthe't scholarsdrop their ,work:at the; end of eachi hourand dliook odt of 'the vin='` d . There iJs ,trcontest as to who_ can see the farthest. This rests anni ttrais te:heyes eand,;teaches observa n.AA wvomaliwhb does fine sewing for her living found her eyesijtrained aiid': weak ..She was advised?o'tdropzhe' fewivig eveiry'lialf-dhour and` look=-toip a,. minute into space. ;Relief's:'-a?) 'iqck'iandthe' eye-strain dissappeared..' .Shortslghtedypeoplej whd hold th'eir ook' or? ' k closIe will 'ease eye:y strain:rand Id4ogtlien their',visibsoiif's they frequently remove their glas~i end look at some objection" t se hBi'r zon.,)oThe;loig-distbnae trainiigptilll not,. however, .relieve eye=straln th...

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BALL AT ALLANSFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

B: ALL- AT ALLANSFOlD. "A "b'all'and 'supper' iill be held in the Town Hill, Allansford, on' Men da 'next. Drags will leave the corner of iKoroit and Liebig streets at eight o'clock. Tickets are selling well, and a lnrgo attendance is'"xpected. STAR PICTURES. This evening the Star Picture Co. will present the usnal weekly budget of films in theo Town Hall. Among the subjects chosen for thb programme is a dramatic play, entitled "Facing the Footlights." This filmn is one of the series of photo. plays which the Star Company is s;creening weekly. The shorter films include subjects by the Vitagraph; SoIig and Flying A. Com nanios. John aBunny appears in a lau?'?xbl ,comeldy., e, title . 's Dilemma." "li, first ^'ietnro will be screenid at 8.15. and prior to that time a series of banrid selections will be given at the rotunda.

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ACCIDENT AT KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

A 'CCIDNT AT - KOIIOIT. A bliy, iine years of age; s soi' of Mr. John Fleming, of Koroit, met with a .erious?accident onrWednesday miorning ' (rites -our- Koroit corres pondent). 'IIe'was-sitting in the front of wa?iggon driven by his 'brother, when the driver- struck the horse with a stick. 'The' animal plunged, and - thoeladladwaslthrown n'out on to road, the uwhees' of the vehicle passing over his.lef 'ley calsing: a compound hnre tuo- above the ankle. Mlis. Laidlaw. -~hb? iradriving to Koroit,'took' tlh injured boy to Dr. Coto's surgery, and after treat'ment there he was taken to Nurse :Halligan's private' hospital; and "is' doing ias well as can lie cx peted:

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CO-OPERATIVE BACON FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

CO-OPERATIVE BACON Pr?ACOIY 'hTe ihrst colsienmwnt of Pigs from thle Koroit` railwaiv station wais for wanrdedl to the 1Mlrravy and Western District' Co-oerativo. Baeon Icfaory ail .Wh dnesdav mollinz. a truck laiv ine been sent for the:urinose: It is intenled to forward consimminits fort n i e h t l v : .

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PICTURES AT THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

1 ICTUltES AT THE PARK. k .laree, attendance is exuected at the Iriendly Societies' Park on Tues day .niglht next..whel. thni committee of. manadement will urovile,a first. cl.iss.victuro ahow. The Star Picture Cov. aill screen .one.of its very best programmes. introducined dramatic, scenie,'lid the. comic element ..T,,he Citizenst! iand iwill ?urovide' Iseveral new aiid inteiestine itemsi. ilTe small charro of hd will admit to the grounds.

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