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CONGREGATIONAL MEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
CONGR1nGATIONAL;MEN'S IN ST: ' f'l'TUTE. i : :,. i Tho'firstimeetin r of-the C.M.1 .:4this yearwas, held on.,'ihursdanv ovnin Jlst. i RIev.':'I D.I Trainor-:'r.- rident, . be'inie in-the .chair. 'After' the usual ljusiness-'had, been. transacted, it -was arranieed.tlhat, thle membera'. Alock Banouet bo held on Thursday evening niext in'lieu.of Monday evening. The syllabus item' was Holiday Rominis cences. and it wna contributed to by 31e.ssrs.. Arainor., Handlev. Sommer ville. 'ler.' and Cathcart. many hu morous incidents beini related..
THE LIBERAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
THE LIBERAL CLUB. An important meectine of the above Club: was held .at Anderson's Rooms on Thursday evening. A very satis factorir reuort was received fromn the delegates ,i'ho had represented the Cin? at the conference in Colac on the 20th ult. T1ge Prcaident renorted that a well wisher of the Club had banded him the sum of fifty nounds to be used by the" Club in, connection with their future work and organisation. The donor did not wish his name to ap near in the matter at all.hiit the mem bers present umssed a hearty vote of thanks to him for his generosity. .LMr. [McLaren was appointed ori·anising sec retary and it was decided to obtain and furnish an oflice at Federal Chain hers. Kepler-street. where the secre tary will he in attendance each Tues day and Wednesday afternoon to meet electors and 'ive any information re cuired. The rolls will be there for in spection, and it is necessary that every Liberal should see that hias name is on the rolls. 'A sub-committee was ap pointe...
CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
`CA! E;DO'NI \.NSOCI tY AX. geeriill meetine t etli' aliove'will I be held at:Andereqn's;Cafi , on WVeddl nesdav night iat eight aoclock I A-MA1NROADS" BOARD'Sg VISI1.-. 'oare memnbprs.of the.M >ai;?.Roads Board willa v~aba,;visit. iofpd'aetion to the East Riding of the Shire of Warrnambool on Tuesday next. They will be met at the Shire Hall at 10.30 anm. by thePresident (Cr. Parkinson). councillors for the East Riding, and the engineer. In company with theose gentleple. they, will ,trdtvel over- the irinci'al "ir'oads'a in' the' r iigr a OP piortunitv will vrobiablvy elsr be taken of the presence of the Board to take the members out fo Nestle's Factory and over ?some:of 'thes Sotli 'Riding roads;. ,
FUN IN THE STOCKYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
lFIUN L THE STOCKYARD. On Fhridainv. 1lth: Jansr v. essrs Beard Bros. willo afea.r in Wabnaini_ hbol wital.ti a sontingnt of rough rid ers. buclinmnjers. huckin Domnies and lullocks. ,ite sho which u is decrihb as "Fuil in "the Stockyard" has re ceived Lgood notices in the Caniperl down and Teranae ~ners. and at each centre there were enod attendandes ,ninitly. The feature of the enlter tertainient will he an exhibition of routh ridinu by Mlessrs. Bhard Bros, who are adepts at sitting the outlaws, .nd this item is alone well worth the price of admission. to say: notlhing of the fun in store to he provided by the local rough riders. 'The show will talkeo Iplace in Lava-street. and special ar ranlements are beiig nmade for good 'seating accomindation for ladies.
SCOUTS' COURT MARTIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
SCOUTS' COURT 3LMUTIAL. u incident occurred at this week's narade of the' Warhniahnot h l'rT of Scouts which lirves a iwnod illutration of the thorouh and well-designed sys tem ealculated to develop manly qual ities in the Lhrv andt a resnpect for dis cip;line and orderliness. One of the miembers of the troopnresented being directed bh. a aatrol learler as to his appearine on parade without portion of his equinoent. an and assuming a pu rilistic attitude issued a challenge to no en:ounter as a means of settling the matter in dislute. This proceed nie. however. was anainst the rules. and. in fact was a serious breach of discipline. A coulrt-martial of scouts was at once eonstituted, and after the hearing of evidence it was decided that the defipat scouh be required to apolo cise to the patrol leader, failing.which, he be furtlher.dealt with., The culpr shlowed his maidiness' by complvin sith the decision. and 'the incident closed.This svsteni hv which the boys maintain discipline amo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
May. Your Life be Happy-Your - Home Needs Few. A.the same time we cordially invite you to seeus at any time when anything pertaining to FUrniture or Furnishings is in order. We hope that everybody who has done business with us last S year found it to their advantage-the goohundrds satisfactory-e our service agreeable and by our constant effort to serve you better, with bett ers and those and if possible better prices e you, wei trust to be favored by your continued patronage such as made the past year a memorable one in our history. Ae samen thanking youwe coad rdishinite you the best of good wishes We remain, . Yours Sincerely, wh nything perrtainimbool Furnishing Cn order., IOROIT STREET, WARRNAMBOOL. year• found it to their advantage-the goods satisfactory-.our V Tu = THE BEST MILKING MACHINE t year a memorable onBecaue o itory: S thankn (1) Natural action on t wishes, (2) Intermittent air current (. ) No Pul sator on bucket. dc(4) Suumts any bales (5) Single bucket •system L (6)...
[?]OUNTRY EDITION. CURRENT NEWS. [?] BREAKWATER CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
o "NTRE ,E.[l' ??O R.. I.."NT CURRENT '1 £\_' BIEAt.owiTER CONTlACT;. wor" on the breakwiter e?ten o tract i proooeding-steadil.: presn t op one are oofined t ereton Of the rTtacran nd onstructioa of the rai!? iding tho pier line toe 1 'on of"Jttty where the concreVt blocksoxe o& ado ood progres is 1 ie o ii The uttig the Ora01 toget her., The týble and portion ofA the nQ~nG s--perstrtouro r non, in post ? enSines ae being on theo ork wiAlthough thy e still ofpp to be W ara bl of se ice with some no fittige aneo sill .ibooth ,pp£9. The boiler Th~o leepero and railsfor oa rwerised last year ware: Lawn, a; iilng hae. b ld ot'on ti' nor-st are r nambool, utt tsnrt will ehortly he ,isdo' ie nmfLY rtro of the blocis, th M n the Titan crane is ready I placd l position at the end of present"bro sster, it will be able proceed to work w Oitunt any delany; RALSO BOOTHS. r meeti, of the W arrmabo? l .,ic ff J 8 DAVIDSON. Dentist, manr CNSULTED DAILtt at auc ion y Klep br-y reC . clTdop...
MEXICO AND AMERICA. A SENSATIONAL MESSAGE. REPORTED DIATRIBE BY HUERTA. WILL NOT RESIGN. (Reuter's Telegram.) Washington, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
MEXICO AND AMERICA:? A SENSATIONAL IMESSAGE. REPORTED DIATRIBE BY S IHUERTA. WILL NOT RESIGN: (; ? e(luter's; Telegram.) T Washington, Jan. 9. ' Thce e'w i"York World to-day prints Seinsallional despatch fromMleico ity -based on what President Huerto is alleged' to have said to an American visitor, who conversed with hlim ii the 'ational Palace. According to the "World's" story, President LHuerta expressed the hope that Hell Would contain both l'resid end Woodrow Wilson and himself be fore would resign the Mexican Pre sidency. "Senor Huerta is fuither reported to hlave said: "The time has gone past when I' would give the slightest est consideration to an suggestion that I slhould resign theo Presidency. Once I might have resigned at the bid iling of anyone, but now, no. It is not a question of pride or of ambition with me, but of duty, and nothing else." The Mexican President is moreover stated to have asked what President Wilson knew of Mexico, or of 3Mexi co's needs? Mexico' had '...
WOMAN'S MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
: WOMAN'S S NiISCELiAY.. 1\Y L'INCONN Ej'1 w"The w enaa soui 'led . ua.Uivesrimnd oa"'--lo.the.' !And. man? of thlem' is tile' hack yed:addendum. to many New Year greetings. Yet;as we acknowledge the kindly ?iashi;, e hardly realise that the question of "letigth of days" lies very much nil:our .ownahands. The iihole secret; of longevity seems to eo inkeeping't.ie organs of circulation in .gooi cgnditioni.;which is done by avoiding all xcesses... \Von Mioltke, the great general, Wi;ite in his nine: `tieth yar,swnsrasked how he had main "tamed his hehlt hand'istivity. He'at tributed theseito" having practised ."moderation in all thihgs; by regular out-door exercise in all;,weuthersr good and bad." . Wi•ituraflr d"' .,-. -r, "% : We naturall dmeapiso the person' who, prodigalof .his ,; health and strength, sfio e"ns:ehis. lilfosand "diih' inislia his uiisfulness; whilst,; 2t-e' other hand, wie look with something akin to reveence on thoso who, have husbanded their oeergies until :they ...
TROUBLE WITH RURAL WORKERS AN UNEXPECTED DIFFICULTY. LUMPERS MAY NOT HANDLE WHEAT. Wagga, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
ROUBLE WITH RURAL. WORKERS AN UNEXPEICTED DIFFICULTY. LUIMP'EIRS .LAY NOT HANDjLE.: \'HEAT; \Wagga, Jan. 7. Tho trouble between .the Rural Workers' Union and the Farmers and Settlers' A.ociatioa is entering on a serious phase. Originally the trouble nas apparently confined to the rural workers and farmers. The farmers be hered that becauea they were able to seure sufficient labor'to take off the crops the trouble was ended. The or gaoisers of the Rural Workers' Un ton, however, have been, quietly, pre paring for the organised sssistnice trou the other unions. To-day it wan rumored arranoge ments lad been completed by which all unions would refuse'to liandle wheat and iroduce harvested by or carried to the railways blv'non-unian labor. The farmers are driving their outn teams to the railway, where, at a number of yards, the farmers are combining to stack the wheat or load it on to trucks. Tho rural workers' representatives have now notified buying agents that wheat stacked under thes...
THREATENED STRIKE OF WHEAT LUMPERS. DEMAND ACCEDED TO. Elmore, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
THREATENED 'STRIKE OF.,` WHEAT LUMPEIRS. , DEMAND ACCEDED TO. Elmore, Jna. 7.. A number of wheat lumpers employ ed at the railway station on Satiurday last applied for an extra shilling R'O day, intimating that if -their re.ucst aere not acceded to they ,ipild 'de sist from further work. Subsequently tho general body of lumpors met, and proffered a similar demand, with ".' similar threat. The agents, after con herring, decided togrant tho increaso d'Imltded, makiing' the wages 81 -poe lray, ad work has proceeded unintoi ruptedly. The tmen who took the initial s:tei tifseeure the rise in wages had mnde arrangements to take up rabbit rap ping, and even the intimation by the. em coyers that their request was ac abedtdo t id not persuade them to Oahtaodon their trapping scheme. :' bAy stoppage of work at fr.:iepr? seat jotwctire twould he calamstooa ~as the season is at its .height; and heay.v tnktlttaein cts of graintare goingefor ward. Dver 10,000 bags were despatch= l yesterday, equa...
LONDON MARKETS. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 9. WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
LONDON MARKETS. , (.uter'. Teleiram.) London, Jan. 9. SWHEAT. SThe wheat niarkt is steady and prices u.:nanged. Australian wheat on spot is dull, and quotations are nominally unaltered. 13U'"TER.. .The butter markdt closes slow after good trade on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.. Danish, 127/, 128/ and 129/; ; choicest.. Australian; 112/ to 114/:. New Zealand, lln ,to 120]. SColonial ,arrivals during thoe.weak exceed 110,000 boxes. . .
IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT'S POLICY. AN UNASSAILABLE FLEET. London, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
! biMbERIALiO VERiNIENT'S. SPOLIOCY:!, AN UNASSAILABLE FIEET. S Lonon, Jan.i9:J S-:Spdaiking 'ifn Yorkshir' last :.night, dl.r.i Buckmast6er' Solicitor-General said there was not'even a rift in the Cabi not.Rtgarding armaments, the policy, remained as it always had been.The Government would maintain the unas sailable superiority of the fleet, .but neither for superiority nor aggression, woulE they add a .single unit. While they -oull maintain their own rights they would"nbt i"mteiace-thlfe s rights'at others. The Government desired the goodiMill.ofall, arnd hezlioped this.pol icy, plainly expressed and pursued, rould' exercise the nightnuiie of sus picion,.and,distrust under which ..the n:ations 6of Europ'?gasped for breath-' SI'LLOYD-GEORGE. C-5" &lt;'":? ' YPaPris,- Jan:, 9. jt) udiigis, holiday visit. Mr.Churc liill exchanged official conversations with three members of the Cabinet. . .The'Frbench Government takes -*the view that the newspap'ersittached to& much i...
NATIONAL ARMAMENTS. MR. CHURCHILL'S RATIO NOT ATTAINED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
NATIONAL ARMAMENTS. SMR?iHUmROHILS RATI04NOT `y .'w .?'ý:. ATT IA N _E D . (Reter's Telegran.1 London, Jan. 9. Thie, "Pall PlMal Gazette,'in its issue Fisu s venia ,!commentohntbhe remarks miadf 'ap'rpos of ziitional armaments by .Mr. C. E. Hobhouse, Chance1lor.e ofthe.4Duchy of-Lancaa-. t.re iO? a-speech, dolivered, ate.Bristol. -,la:. lniglit.-2.:*.;tr? L.. aMr.;,Ji;obhous? sa.jid, that, financial and moral needs were so urgent thait thliey couldi'iidotý,egia too ooti' to re duce expendituro0.H e added.that Ger sanyThadcadldIptedi the:.ratio of; 16 * ipis.fO .lO10but tihe ("Gazette" points out that this ratio has not yet been attaiined by Great Britain. -
FIRE AT TRAINING COLLEGE INCENDIARISM SUSPECTED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
(' , i (nte .a Telegram.);,., , . London, Jan..9., The laboratory and .gymn'sum at tached to St. Paul's Training College at Cheltenham -w6re destroyed.by, fire this morning. Tho damage is eostimat d at '£6,000 . It is believed that, the bonflagratibn was deliberately, start ed.. . .