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WELL AND STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
WELLAND STRONG: ' ha ta' grand thinhg it?is$ for .wo men to feel ,nrlli adi -.strong? :' The Ledies' Coiltgo of Healthi has brounlit forward a' hiomtreatment' that' bas restored.thousands to. ealth at a triflingcost .Those interested can nd out. all about it if they send.two ponnyli stamps ,to ept: 40; ,:Ldies' (ollege?oF Health,,46 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne.' `
WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
WEATHER FORECAST. The following weather foreoat was laused at nineo'clock. last:night for to-dayv:for. Victoria by IMr. Hunt, Iet Commonwealth .Meteorologist: "Atfirst fine and warm to hot-and sultrv. but cloudv. unsettled, thund ery. weather, rapidly anoroaching from the wet. with ,c&oli chanie following, winds fromnorth-west to souti-west."
THE ZABERN TROUBLE. OFFICERS ON TRIAL. IMPRISONMENT RECOMMENDED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
THE ZABERN TROUBLE. S-0--- S OFFICERS ONTRTIA I': -? IPRISONMIEN T. RFCOMLMENDED. u t (Renter's Telegram.)s ''i. Berlin. Jan. 9. Thh trial -bvb conrrmartial ati'Sfr?s *,buir/of Lieur.t - lonel yon. .Reute iid Lieio. Sclihad oh-Alaries aiisinga, t :of the conflidt between the. garrison ,and;ltie tournsdeoIol of Zahern-in"Al sace.,is nearins finalitv ; AV iniDort-inttivstn-Est.n-day I ska sermeant' ofs endarmer?ia.?,tationedat, Zabein. who testified that lie gaw th6 *militry. alrestinei;s oeonle. ii ii,-th4 Schloss; Plazi.Zalierni:tli- Novenilfer :i8. hlie suare(~n~sthlien Dractically emnoty. Vit?ess. did i not know. whlithe, oeonle werelarrestl.d The ekcitoment afi6on-, the townsrnoole. alwavs became *morr noticable whienthlie.soldiers ap, *penrwi". S. - ..... "'" V>-- ....... The. Publis ]irosecutr '-ciuroposedithai 'LieiiU.-Colosel -.vin .Rent.er should obe: acauitted ol the "charee of lhaviiig usiurned.-exiejtive Towers e- as wa not. aware.AItthe time that :he wis hat ine ilena...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
-.* . BROUGHT TOI BAY:; ; Are those enemies of civilisation, In digeion and Dyspepsia, whon Dr. Sheldon'stDi D estv Tabules aro Gn ployed. 1/6and /6 per tin. Obtain rbli everywhere. IT NEVERL FAIIS.. "For. r ,ye r.we. have benI uding C4iamberlain's Cough RIemedy,""'aaya Mr. Herbert H. Woodhead, Went worth,. N.S.W. '"W6 have six chil dron and never use anthing else for the treaiinent of oou h', colde arnd biabhial comnplaint.. I confidently recommend OhamberlaiA'' COough Remedy to everyone more oepecially to parent., who li l myself have young ohildrea's health to safeguard. It never fails to ~ove relief in all co-? ." Sold by all chmite and store "_pr?r. WHOOPING COUGH. "My little boy had whooping cough very badly. says Mrs. A. Henderson, The People's Store, 47 Elgen Road, Mfornington, N.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Camberlain's Cough Remedy and he got immediate reliet. Since then I have always kept a bottle of this wonderf...
WIT AND HUMOR. The Colonel's Moral Sense. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
- The Colonel's Mora Sense. s 'Apropos of a scandal infthe Newt. q iYork Bar, Bishop Winst6oCq, 'Ruthrher. f ford told the following story: 4-oThe morals of the New York Bar "; a.wm to be about like the morals:of Colonel Byrne, no better and no worse.. Colonel Byrne, a Kentackian, de fended a man for murder. It was tes tified' that this man murdered a woe"& man on the night of August 20. .Tivwo ; or three witnesses saw the deed. It - was committed under the milky light of a full moon. , -;- , The witnesses. were able to'iden-. tify the defendant on accounttof the brilliance of the moonlight. .The de fendant could'iot Irove an alibi,.and .things looked pretty bad for him. Butat tthla.,pointColonel Byrne pro- , duced an, almanac showing that on the night in question there"bad ben no .moowhatever. Thereupon a.great laug?i'hfesbunded through the .court room, and the defendant was speedily acquitted. . , - , , "Colonel," said th'e defendant, after watad, "how m'uci do I owe you?'...
TAXING BACHELORS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
TAXING' UACHELORS. In MemDhis,;'Tenn., bachelors are taxed to maintain a simmer house for sick babies' and their mothers. The amount of the-tax is determined by the ;?ncome, .;elglbilty, and general trdtlve~ies of~' sa~id bachelor, , due deductions being made for overweight, baldness, loss of one eye, and general disposition." The usual tax'assessed is five dollars, which is collected In the following manner. The law provides that:"no unmarried male arrived at the age of twenty-one years shall be ellowed 'on the streets 'of Memphis af ter 9 o'clock p.m., or to court, visit, or accompany an unmarried woman .to any place'of amusement," unlessb he has paid the tax. He must present a bachelor's licence on demand of any Sunmarried woman, married man, . or police officer.. If he can't or won't, he is liable to a fine,of twenty-five to fifty dollars. A number resisted payment and were brought before the polles magistrate and fined double the amount of the tax. Now everybody is paying cheer...
Knew Him Well. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
Knew Him Well:.-,: ) ta ?- "r" It was a contested ill case, an ... %I3,of; the witnesses, in the.courase -..-.. of I"vin ide~ice,: escribed the te?s -tator minutely. -. ' ., "NobW sir," ~fid counsel for the de-o fence, :'i lsuppose we Imay take -it. ;from the flattering description* you have-given of the testator, his' good points, and his personal" appearance generally, .,that, you were:' intimately acquainted with, him?"; ; ; a ?' :i;'Him!;h exclaimed .the witness."'He was:no acquaintancer of mine!" «'"Indeed!'; Well,: .then,?.youn.-mustt.,?A"? have :observed him , very carefully. .whenever you .'sawc hilm?".piutrsued counsel;y. . ir ' "I never saw him: in my life,'.wu was" :the 'reply., . r , low,,.,p?y, .don't trife?with the' .. Court,~please! 'How,"I ask' you, could you, din the. name of ; gooddness, deo scribe him iso rminutely; if you never I aiv. him or.never knew him?""' 1 "Well,' replied the witness, and the' " I:mile which ,overspread 'his'features exteinded td the faces ...
Presence of Mind. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
Presence of Mind. - In front of his Chelsea (Eng) house Sir Thdomas Miore had' a; g'rden' andi, 'ga~thouse; arid, as there was a pleas alit view'ironlithe summit;of the gate: house, he,used frequently? toeit there , accompanied' only by his'dog: , Here, itwas that'fihewas found one after-. nn' by a' anderingi "maniac, ?w"ho ciept-upstafl? iind saw the fble old man dozing;.c: -, S- Leap,; Tom;rleap!"' he cried, and at the. same time. tried 'tihi" hi? . over- thelbattlements. More had not : Physical strength enough to resist, but'': hehad theiit to. say: "Let us first throw ttliiel'itt e''.do'. over.tUtJ WMU o r The -man- immediately, threw down': "I Pretty sport,'said the-Lord Chan cellorN..iow,:gp down and bring'htim" - uP again. a l Shile, themadmlan went down, for ?e hog i4?nore made fast the?idooi:be?'" hind him; and 'so managed to hold the tort unitil deliverance came l: '
IF WE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
^ IF.WE.KNEWi J^IIJ .Couid ,-e hut draw back the, iu i . fiiat surround each other' sUlv , 'ý. See their naked heart tand'plr Know what spur the action glves;;, _ ;. Oftenowe shopld find It better,: I, Puireirtlhia??we judge we! should , , I I .Weiould" love each other b.etter,'.bi ';.:" 1 f.wei nlY,3understood. * **couid'wrfJi tagraraefedts"TTolife?"""' See, the gogd and ,bad.y1ithn, Obteni weishourd~1detthe 'sinner, ? *? ;V * SAltlie'while we loatheths e' Could we know the poweresworking To overthrow integrity, , . We'shduldjiiudBe'dach!otheib's error i With..oreypaUtintpharlty fp 1 if w'e kife'W'th ae are an trials, -'.:'&lt; - Knew the effort all Inlvain,.7,1j1 i' And the bitter disappolntment,,:~; 'Understood the loss and gain;!.i 7Vould ti e grim external roughneo "'Seein'I wonder,; ust th e'same?.; Would we helpiwhere now we Linder ':, Would we pity where we blame? Ah! we judge each- other harshly, Knowing not1llte's hidden force; , Knowing not the fount of action. Is...
THE MARKETS. Thursday, 8th January. DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
-0 -- .. -:? ,:Xbursda, Sibh January, SDAIRYPRODUCE. W1ESTERN DISTRICIY COM@'. - PANY'S REPORT. The Westtrn District Factories' Co operative.Co:o Ltd;. 49 57 King-street, Melbourne, report:s `Buttor: Mairket' steady at late rates, viz.: Superfine Westerns 11d. per lbf;igoodilto prime.10td to lid: perlb. medium quality 10d,to 10id per.lb; inferior qualities are lower." Oheese: The market is very glutted owing to the heavy iupplies coming forward. Large cheese are selling as 5td51d;, 'and 5d.: per lb; loaf cieese are from ljd;to 6d per.lb., semi-ma tured G6d to 71d per lb., choice mel low matured 7jd.to75d per lb;, ex tra choice 8d to 80d per lb?' ? Eggs~8Sd per dozen;,: private and special :lines a 'little higher. •
THE BUTTER TRADE. MR. H. W. OSBORNE'S REPORT. ADVERTISING AUSTRALIAN BUTTER. III. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
THE BUTTER TRADE.. iMR. H. W OSBORNE'S REPORT. .oDVERTISING AUSTRALIAN . ;': BUTTER. II. :"Whv'not sell Australian-butter as Australiaii?" "Tliisduestion was men tioned in the HIIih Commissioner's re nort iind it is' also asked by many 'Australians who reside in. and by oth ers who visit. England. During my tourl IJinspected-a large number of shoos. and found that retailers are op posed to marking. up' the country m which -the' orodlce was- made. It is merely, ticketed-"Our Finest 1/3"; "Very rood. 111." and so on.- New Zealand. Australia. Siberia and Ire landl are rarely mentioned.. In this respect: each country's products are treated in the same way. In reply to. my ouestions.tho grocers exnlained :their reasonso for adopting this course. "'We receive Australian butter for a" few months only." said one ; retailer. "and consequently we cannot' keen our customers supplied all tliherear round: so What good can be ddne by working up a business which we.cannot maintain." Another said-"...
BRITISH TRADE RETURNS (Reuter's Telegram) London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
BRITISH TRADE' RETURNS (Renter's Teleram ) London;oJan. 8., British trade returns for the month of December, 1913, show the follow ing figures as compared with the statistics for the oorresponding month in 1912: Imports decresed ... £2,450,651 Exports increased .. £1,867,882 .s export.e t inoreaetd. £485,616, Lý . ; :ii·i ir
MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS MR. MURRAY GOES TO BORUNG. MR. WATT CONFIDENT. Melbourne, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS MR. MURRAY GOES TO BO RUNG. .MR. WATT CONFIDENT. Melbourne. Jan. 9. Mr. Murray, the Chief Secretary, left this norning forthe Borung elec torate to assist Mr. Hutchinson,Min ister for. Water Supply, in his cam paign. Mr. Watt to-day oxpressed himself as confident that he would he re-elect ed hv a substantial majority, but :t was desirable, he Aaid,that the major ity should be decisive, and consequent ly his friends should not relax their efforts. Several Ministerial members hare expressed the view that if the Legis lative Assembly sits on four days a week, the session, which will be re-op ened on January 20, will terminate by February 13..