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JAPANESE LOAN. BIG SUM WANTED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Tokio, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

JAPANESE LOAN. BIQ ?SUM WA??-TED. (Reuter's. Telegram.), - Tokio, Jan. 9. Japan is negotiating with French capitalists for th loan of 20 millions sterling, spread' over fouir yeaas. The loan is intend&l' for the doevelopmiint of thel natioiuai:' rources.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mutual Secrets. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

Mutual Secrets. "I didn't want to come here in the first pliace," confided the first guest at the expensive hotel in a well-known, winter holiday resort' on the South Coast. "No more did I," replied:the second; "but my wife insisted.on my.coming." "So did mide," said the first. "She said we had to come just Ibecause the Smithsons were coming; 2 although I simply told her, we could not affor4 the expense." - "And that's what I said," explained the second, "but my wife said we had to come because the Brownsons were coming." is "Why, look here, my name is Browoson." "And mine is Smithson." Then the two men shook one an other warmly by the hand. Each high achievement is a sign and token of the whole nature's pos s:bility.. .What a piece of the man was for that shining moment it is the duty of the whole man to be ldways. He is the trly courageous M

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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IN FANNY BURNEY'S GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

·--- )a- 979-1 F?i; FANNY BURNEY'S -GARDE "An amusing account ofi the, horti cultural pursuits--and' iehaiituTh"e General d'Ai?nlay', th -. ?tFFJr e j who became Fanny Burney's hus band, is given in an article in 'ith '-Cornhill', by~Airihenry Lucy:- . : The yonng, cpupl began the m?~m tedl:' life.. in'apa'a"lmentet ;in a.carm no~ise on- the, summit i ot Bagden s1hI. Thence': they, nsyed tol a somewhat' iarger cottage at Booliham.- Finally, Wyhen C"Camllla" proved a financiis b?icess,' they built themselvessloa nouseo>pn the outskirts toft Nbrbury: Park, known during their-residence as "Camiba `pottag"' I s is: ýuil From thedfilrs is ll 'bl?yf con-: scious of :ina'dequacyq to blear Ins fair: snare in the wtvnerewitb?l for.meeting tie -cost :o6ttheilittle househoid, "de. seloiled a- fearsdine ireny:totoil gar dening:- i'hrsuit 'of the vocation in .volvea hi'm.in.:delightrully ludicrdus? dilenmmas. -?t iting uinder?date :April, 7.4;E iarom? theecottage lat ?Bookham, Lhe,young :,wif...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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[?]e Heart of a Girl. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER III.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

SI Heat of a Gi'F' SBy HENRY FARMER, o f "The Money-Lender,'"'"412 y Street," "Bondage,' et'.; All Rights Reserved.) lHAPTER ii.-Continued.t a! sle drew back a pacesaeuMrl I norne stepped into thep-mga-it1 S.without invitation. w as.much better dressed than he quitted the house fdhrW sact. He was looking several o der perhaps it was the stress rain of getting the bettierof, Bih ' '.mblers in the copper market" Sfortunes awere madec"la -"Bh smash in a day. Ie'Tia ll'is f and the protrusion-of 'his,pow Slower Jaw seemed ino'rti tbr. ced his eyes deper set and their 'esn more vague, mbre secret He looked a vulgari; still. No could have called hin, good-look his young-old man, who a few is back was merely Flegarded as ctual, plodding clerk..Yet 'pretty te.yeapd Beryl Trice wor ed him hopelessly-wvith the cteristic hopelessnesW of nine Dogged strength was perhaps ecret of his fascina'lon for her. Queenle, on the other: hand, this eteritici ad inspired:heri-with a fear, though hardly "pei...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CORPORATION YARDS. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

CORPORATION YARDS. Wednesday.. a Cattle:Trhe yarding was a slmall' oie;niuiibeiSngb 171 head. -of which :1 1 reia d;csed as fats.t Prices compared :I fao?r ility witli 'those, of tlihu closing siles f I.hst vyior:Bulloeks broughtý"p. to £15;", prime cqws from .£7..to' L. 2 '6; zedium cows from £6. to £6/15,i lighter iwiglits rIomil £5/10 to £5/18; forward springing hdfers' from"£6 co t £7/53 21:year. ld:liuifers, in ii lf; to 3 3;15i; storo cows to 90/; bulls, which weiroe iniiood demaid -fetched: up .to Shee i? 'here ieas ? god ldemanii, the closing rhtes of last year o.bilng 3 fully a-nintained: Thel supply inuti- 'a bered 600 bead;Printiewetliers brouht .1 tromil9/l .to £1; a fit;pots udp to-l',; I good l17/l ;: primo ;ewes 15/ to 17/6; primo' lambs 15/6 to'17/'. Tuesday:;. Pigs':Therei .w. in smaill 3ariilingnui baring 350 hedl;'of which 45. : er r classed as stores! 'lTh market opened i at :prices not quite' on a par wit h clos: ing sales of last 'yeir,lbit as sales pro ceeded ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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DAIRYING SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

."s DAIRYING SUGGESTIONS. '.Th'ei4 foll&wiig suggestions are the ederience'of 'Mr;W:'I. Rider, of the WifihOna"A gricuItural 'ollege, U.S.A.: oi =Test'-yourii erd for economic produc ' Weigh imilk fromT'each cow night and'ifiiorning, one day each month. .rfialsamples 'of each milking and test' It 'fbr butter fat. - i Knowingithe milk and fat given in ofe day, use these figuree as an aver age day's produictiod for the curreit month;-'and, -by multiplying the milk andI fatl produced 'by the number of daysinu ithe month, you obtain. the. tiotal aminuntofmhilk and(butter fat (in pounils),produced or- one month. idAVdelh',reedifedlon;day of test, and :friom the cost of each feed figure the costiof feed fedleach'cowi on dag of test. .eJS3 it 2. tS ..From. he.daily cost of feed per cow, compte, the cosLof jer feed for one r - f theylilk· is??l "as nill', compute., pfontLtFt1phe markettprlce received.s K.nowing the money value of .each cow's milk for the month, and the cosf oher fee...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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DAIRYING. WHY WASH THE UDDER? [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

I ..--DAIRYING. t WHY WASH THE LIDDER?.. 'There are many-::points: in!i- clean dairyilig which, if observed ?closely, would. obviate milli contaimlnation, and consequent coniplaints. about in ferior cream and butter." Here are some ?-points of advice ; Washing the cows . udder is- frei quently necessary. Should .the' pad dock: idt which the .cows have been accustomed' to ~lie down during :the right be' not clean-very few are clean enough-then the udders should be.washed before milking. Cows for aging in unclean places, especially during- drouight, render washing their udders imperative. . The- cow"yard is ,usually mudddy in some degree during wet weather.- As the. cow- walks to and fromnithe ball s thgenerally makes :a" beateni .pach. and vwhen wet this track becomes a continuotis manure track. The ;cow kIclks up .to the .udder :pleces; of i is: contaminated soil, and .the udder .is t!:is, unclean wh:-n .-milk lng time -Thie: milkefrsi hands are often a fruiltful:,source of mijk con...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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WARRNAMBOOL HOSPITAL AND BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

WARRNAMBOOL HOSPITAL- AND BENEVOLENT ASYLUM,,:. SMONTHLY MEETING. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Warrnambool Hosnital committee was held at the Institution Thcrsday Present:--?lessrs. C. Rooney "(vice president. in the chair). Jas. Dickson, C. B. Evans. A. Robinson. E. H. Price. J. C. Beechin.. S. G. Russell, J. Maiiland..': J. Hickford. Apologies were received from .Messrs O'Mahonv and Smith.. MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT, The Medical Officer 'renorted for the month as follows:-Remaining in house on 30th November. 1913: Hospi- ! tal. 14 males. 8 females: Asylum, 18 males. 16 females: total. 46. Admit-' ted during December: Hospital, 16 males. 16 females: Asylum. 1 male; total. 33. Total cases treated. 79..Dis charged during December: Hospital, .17 males. 14 females: Asylum, 1 male. Died. 2 males. 1 female. Remaining in house 31st December: Hospital, 11 males. 9 females: Asylum. 18 males, 6 females: total. 44. .1 Onerations.-Maior 2 (Dr. Holmes' 1. Dr. Connell 1): minor 2 (Dr. Holm...

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

STHE v. U lh - Mi' nisterof the ?'<' + CONGREGATIONAL ý.'- " .... MISSION CHURCH, :.. S Fitzroy, Melkurne.' Sends his opinion of "LEMENTS iTONIC as ,; recommended to try Clements Tonic.:: I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration,:- with insomnia, and.: severe headaches. I had speiit much money, on: medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right and was worth its weight in gold, . "I recommend this medi- . cine strongly? .. (Signed) JOHNI HOSKING." The Rev, J.:HOSKING. D.D., is known as as earnet church worker, and his testimony to CLEMENTSTONIC was sent for the good it might do, This medicine is certaiin n its effect on run down or irritated nerves, and- quickly relieves Bil;ooness Weakness, Losl of Sleep Poor Appetite, Constipation and lndigestion . ALL CHEMISTS and STORES SELL- LT,.. -- ? ..?;L?+,.' :.?,-, :.:-ii .~ TOBACCO, Sold in 2 oz. and 4 oz. (actual weight) Plugs, or in Cut Double-flake, packed in dainty Silvered 2 ea. Time. A joy for ever...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

somewhat' unionteatle* witnessed.,vbsterdi;'sat 1the ldýal" greenf, whiheT wo visitine lady bowlers were enfi-ied inhthi pleasant 's'iiimerpas; time. It had bee. arranea 'that two rinks of ladv ..avers'frbom iCamper dawii shoTuld laj aiainst'tlie local -entleuien ,but <throuh ,som'l'reget: table mistake in'tlhecorrespondence; the ladies did; not, attend.,much to the rearet and disa~ioiiitrientof the' local players, ivho appreciate to` the utmost the. Praciois"treatmeint-'con? 'stantlv shown I towards 'dthli6iir; theh lady: pllayer6 s oo~fCamperspdown.' It is hoped thiit' oni some fituire occasion the'viit' iai be made :*.3ileibflf iof ith" . ldcal;bll ' i:re ,mindedz that the fiistr inhd" for the: ,President s. :arid 'Cliami h'iPii iifust .bo cplavod not lter t.han to-day. " lliJI '^iltA^.fl 1 _____ "

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE BUTTER TRADE. REPORT OF MR. H. W. OSBORNE. GRADE BRANDING. II. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

. THE BUTTER TRADE : REPORT bOF MR' S H. W. OSBORNE. -i GRADE' BRANDING., II. The Victorian Co-operative organis ations have always been strong advo cates-of a system'of grading butter fsrieducational ppirposes by Govern ment-offtlicials. The term, "compul sory grading," which is frequently used, is apt to convey a misleading impression and to arouse the antagon osm of many people who object to com pulsion in any shape or form.A more accurate description would be "com pulsory education" ; that is, inspection and grading by skilled experts, whose reports as to quality would be furn ished promptly to the manufacturers amd" followed up by instructors visit .ng factories and farms to ascertain, ind if possible, to remedy the causes responsible for the production of. :n ferior biltter. 'There is a consensus of upiniioon that such a system is highly desirable; bt -it-has not been carried out in Australia.' Government oficials have striven to obtain additional 'authority to impress on each...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRIKE FIASCO. TRANSVAAL RAILWAY TROUBLE. TRAINS RUNNING AS USUAL. (Reuter's Telegram.) Pretoria, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

S STRIKE IlASGO'i TRANSVAAL RAILWAY TROUBLE. ,TRAINS RUNTNL\G.iAS USU.AL/ (Roater's 'releerri; \i, .. Pretoria;, Jan. 9. ' The Tr ~naal tailway strike start ed at midnight last nignt,' but. all the indications at present point to its early tb\minition. .Tho . Lbor leaders dnimit thiat fth tMrike A sih prey'e .' fiasco. Oily -,the railway wvrkshops at Pretoria arid Johannesburg are ,idle. A special staff is running the trains as usual. At- the Braamfon toin worksliops there aro'400 strikers, but 168 fitters, wiho ceased, work; have already resumed' The strike is not popular among railway workers in the Cape provine. Railwayinen from overy part of the provinco have sent tie .mnahgrs an assurancethat they have no intention of strikin;. '- .A

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CROWN PRINCE EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

THE CROWT PRINCE` EXPL'AINS&' The "Berliner T'ae libTtt" inIakes a stateiaentto-4a?, inmreeard to the part' played bx:tho Crownii'Price in tlheZa brn trounble .. . 4 5 The ''Tiieblatt" Statie that His Inimerial Hiclnesq defiies tliit his tele ?`ams were inteided to imply that6 the beonle of Alance-Lorraiine tFrere. enemies of their country.. The Crown Priiice. lhowever. considers . that,. ,the honor of the arm.y uniform?'idodlfice~r must be rotected from insult,, and: that it is'tlie.duty of a commkinder to protect hIis officers and imien

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FIGHT TO A FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

A FIGHT TO A FINISH. Mfr. Smuts, addressing .the special constable corps yesterday, said Lo hoped to prevent bloodshed, but if the strikers. fought, there would be greater cnlamities thin in July. Mr. Slmits added that the Govern menit aris determined to. ight the nagi tation to a finish.

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

SDAD. 5fi gI Lh By'Walt MasoRn., : "Daduambles ?iome"at bloso 'ay -and,: thoughi?he's- tired iand- e a lei ;.joinsithe childron in their play upon .the:cottage floor. "He -seems, share. in.full, the -glee that stirs their h6~e ful hearts. '-'Adad 'adjustable.,s..he,. a dadiof'.sany?partsi Now he is slain in: mimic :wars and prDoves.: bfely; .corpse;,and'.now he is a .train it cars,: ,again-he:is'a horse.; He is a rooster, ;or:a mouse, a monarch or a gnome= :it's talways: Christmas+ in the ihouse .when good old dad comes home)^ "^: j, tAnd whes he's. tired of :being, llth'e' creaturesilmnthe zoo he leans his?thair against theiwall and talks an liLor or' 'wo:. :Who :ever, heard such wondrouis ,tales as, dad Fknows,.how; to tell? Of .,palaces in- ar-off vales; wheire.mifghity giants dwell;. of maiden stolen\from her lbower, of knight in brave array, "who, dares ,the frowning. giant's power and takes the maid away. And so he talks until each'tot is nodding in' l:is cair; it's. always ;C...

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AN OMINOUS PREDICTION. Johannsburg, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

AN OMINOUS PREDICTION. everal .sections of th6 .,railwaythn'n aro balloting on the question whether they will strike. The sparsity of funds is acting as a deterrent.. The m'en's leaders, predict .that thei -strike' will be in full swing within four days...

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The Two Financiers. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

o ... ,{ !The inwo/Flnancle, u " ." .. ' One day two London; finanoieri vho :-were partners,"discovered't?. at an office boy: Iintheir eniploY had:beein :tampering with -the petty cash. SOne ofbthem was eso much enraged ; that he desired -tbo send for the police "forthwith, blutthe otherf was a calm ,and jist man.t He-tolc'"af(n!;.io r Sate; andhuman rview of thedltattoi'n" ;it;"Nay, nay, partner," hq iaid, let us ialways remomber that we beganuinýa' ismall way ourselves.'" ;- i ' ,.-;During a winter visit to Florda, An -'drew Carnegie attended, service ina. :little negro church. When the contri buition plate.came around, Mr. Carne gile" dropped a five-dollar bill upon it. After the contents of the plate had been counted, the clergyman' arose .and announced: ' "Brethren and sisteren, the collection this 'evening seems to figdro up six dollars and forty-four ceqts; and if the five-dollar bill contributed by the gentleman from the North is genu ine, the repairs on the sanctuary will S...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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CRUSHING REBUKE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

J * CRUSHING REBUKE. S In the early days of railways, on some of the lines smoking was not t allowed at all, either in the trains or on the station' buildings. S One day a station-master of - large station, a man noted for his conceit and pomposity, descried a gentleman pracing the platform with a-cigar .in Snis mouth. He at once accosted the a offender and requested him forthwith t to stop smoking. The gentleman took Sno notice of this command, but con, tinued to walk, emitting a silvery: Scloud. The station-master asked lhiin to stop smoking more peremptorily than e before; but still the owner otfthe Havana maintained a podvoking dis regard. A third time the order, was repeated, accompanied with the threat that if the obstinate sinner did not obey he would be handed overtotlhe tender mercies of the porters. I ''. SThe stranger took no more .heed than before, so"at last the ?ofiial; completely Ilosinig his :temper, pulled the cigar out of the' smoker's mouth and' flung 'it: away.::...

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A WEIRD PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

formed.;the unusualyet pituresu;,,, PoceSi'.on th'at fqll?yed to his' graver Ka~ch Srak?i~an .aof 'big ren'dn'6it blis;bus?iiesw, iwho.,died in terrible agony as e repui t of a cobra bito receivedd while practising his profes sion in the neighborhood ofp Qigdea Guru ,, g-od, he h7ad.become.dub- bed by' the peppleamongst whom h'"e ljvetd,; such wasýfhisl .influence r;'over) polsonous reptiles .Hie services were sopght recently by a neighbor who bad missed many fowls from his com-: poundd,- Golng at dusk` one .day, thoe snaslecharmer discovered: a. cobrad!of u iusual, ize amongst the . birds;, so. fdormidable, in fact,..that he postponed iis .attemptt to capture ituntili day, light,when he' was successful;in se-: "Iilste adiof disiatching the snake at once, ihe took it to the local bazaar for the :eification of'the natives.: On attemp~ting' to eittrct its.Jangs, thq cobra wrlggledirfi re and darted at its captor ;whowas" itten on, three fin gers. .The. 'guru's" supposed godlike' iiial...

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AN EXTRAORDINARY WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914

A? !?ETRAOlgDINARY'WILL.' ýAt anJ quest,held recently. atyMas teritbu,(liewZealand) on ,the body of. Mr' lRobrt 3J ~Eington, one of the Iiost'ýemiarikible'wills ontrecord' was :ipridufed.!A'iiith?l's&tated that wheni li ari'lved attlihe spot where deceased was 'fohid Ewingtonýaskedihimito 'get lhis fleld glass case~ and rifle.-. The, dy 'iign iai'said*'"Il~diai e written on t'iein" am fid aasked-itinss to read the I w'rlting to himn.hi '-=;, i'at w:;t -: Deceased then asked i witness -:tb.i copy' tlie writin' an'd send it to his brotier" Charles at Maiterton. They (r itFiffgon tihe fied-glaiss case,which. ad ii-been le efateliid with a piece of +ihir'~i'a nail, was a":'follow:?e:- SaLook: after .Maudie, and the child-f rean Look'after things. Will. H. ap ,pointR. Dagg iand:Charley.-(Signed) 'Bob" '--' r - On 'the same'?case were scratched -the 'words, "Hard luck!-Bob." On the butt of the rifle there were scratch-z ed these words: ')ear Charley,-Give Will Harding every chance...

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