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FATAL BUGGY ACCIDENT DEATH OF ILLOWA FARMER. MR. JOHN FITZGIBBON. Illowa, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
FATAL BUCCY ACCIDENT :.DEATH ,OF, ILLOWA FARMER. MRItJOHN FITZGIBBON;? +;l..f Illo?,-Jan .9. A tragic accident: occurired a SdiotliehiC: Crzss. on Thursday, after noon;' resulting: in tle 'death .of .r;. John eFitzgibbon; , one.ofL:the best known farmers of ::the Illof ya district' Mlr. Fitzgibbon was roturtung hone. front oroit, - and was ..seen driving down. thehill from Soutlhern Cross to w'ards :the Statie. s?iool. After turning the, cornier at t he Nsestlo Company's' depoit the pony, wh-lich as travelling at a rapid pace, evidently took fright. M1r.., . nJrmdond, son-in-law of the deceased, ,who was -harvesting in anr adjacent paddcck, ran to stop the pony, but was not in, time to do so. Mir. Fitzgibbon was then seen to drop off te 'seat and cling in a kneeling position to: tlho front of the liuggy. After turning Brown's corner tlhe un fortunate man slipped from the buggy and was- held between the wheels for some distance- before- the pony stop ped... Mri. Darmody, arrived on -...
BLENDING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
BLENDING. Butter.blendinge is-carried on very extensively in the United Kingdom, because the manufacturers of butter ciilhot roduce an article which will meet'the various, and varied require ments of the several counties in Eng land. Other factor. which have con tributed, to the gnrowth 'of this busi ness are-the nuantity of inferior but ter on the market. and the fact that Australia. New Zealand. Siberia and Ireland cannot maintain an all the year round sunoly. Denmark is the only country which can do so. While it is regrettable that a quan tity. of choice butter should lose its identity in the blending factories, yet it must benadmitted that blenders have rendered a service to those countries whicll nroduce inferior hutter. In this resnect Australia has benefited to a large extent. Hundreds of tons of poor rubbishy stuff. unon which the name "Australia" is impressed, and which is unite unfit for counter trade, goes into the blending mills every year tol be mixed with finer auality...
CHAFFCUTTERS STRIKE. UNION RATES CONCEDED AT JUNEE. (Reuter's Telegram.) Sydney, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
CHAFFCUTTERS ISTRIKE. NI l t1TUt CQ CEDED AT :r ce (Router's Telegram.) : ,. 8n Sidnev. J ane . 8. The haffficutterarwho were on strike iatJunee resumedwork on re ceirin?aunion ratee. ,.The chaffcuttersaat Coolamon now, demandi the rates concededl at Junee. ALLEGED HOUSEBREAKING ' : " . HamilTr: sk . George Grant. who recently arrived fromiEnuland. was charged with breaking. into the house 'of Mr. R.E. Dawson.: painter on the rilways at the Heywood Court _to davy u `'' Severail articles were, missed from the house. their tiotal n, alue being about 101) Grant: who. hn w inte d hy the police. said 'a iiman??ioldb a.fl to starve.in this country pleaded guilty andlwas committed for trial at the general sessions'ofi Maroh 17.Bail waFsnof ?sked fori "? ~
STATE PREMIER'S VIEWS. MATTER FOR PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
STATE PREMIER'S VIEWS. SMATTER. FOR PREMIERS' CON FERENCE. Ini reference.to thb recommendaitions of Mi: H. W. Osborne for the im rrovement-of the butter exnort trade, the State Premier remarked on Tliurs day that he had met Mr. Osborne and other reoresentative men interested in the butter trade.. when hle was in England. and from whatlhe had ga thered the views expressed by Mr. Osborne were very generally held by those who knew most a~lmt the con diions of the market at the other end. ie .(Mr. Wattl Ioned to submit to the forthcoming Premiers' ,Conference the uoestion of establishing a direct steamer service to some of the outer British norts. As far as he was able to unther. Australian butter was hard Iv known in the northern parts of Enuland. Danish oroducers appeared to have cantured the market; but he saw that there was a wide field to comneto for. which would bring Aus tralian nroducers considerable profit, if the. States succeeded in getting their share of the trade. A hill fo...
TRADE IN THE MIDLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
TRADE IN THE MIDLANDS. A larger ouantitv of Australian pro dlice should hie ol(d in the ,Midlands and: Nordth of. Englaid. This, applies tomeinat and fruit: as-well as to but ter., There are millions of. pople- ih those districts, slid at present the bulk of their food JsupDlies must he pur chiaed thioueh thi. Poit of Londoli, .thus involvini :additiohal outlay in riilway freight and eort chaiges.With re?nilar shinmients froii Australia to Bristol on tlid ore side. and Hull 06 the"other. a fair nronoition of the in laud.trade should.he olitained; A few years iideo. Bisithl receivedl.f;300-.tons of butter ainuallv fiom, Canada; last year this deslinil ,to, 408 tons only. Canada consed shippinix produce to Bristol. and the merchants in that lar e. city inowi buy. their reouirements in Lbondni: ' '. At bresenlt there is hai ioithly steal mer servicei betweei Austialia and Bristol. hut it is of little value to ex porters. because of the delay of sevey ral days at London and- the uncer ....
NOORAT AND GLENORMISTON DISTRICT. PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
oNHOOiRATfAND CLENORMISTON-: ,.s DISTRIP T .4 7 (Fromn Our o eoepondeal rThou Noorat I Pri.sbvteriaii Churc. iheld its..anbhual ihciiclat' MAfkfifinon's B1i3rd:; 'onNew ear's DavAs-'the Se~rs;}C -Uje thoe .~ndqnci e at''this phltnicste~till increases.\ll'hs??ar,th; cdtitilif oat nearl l £12: fHoweverthe picnic is well-s~i?orted .and :tlicom _mitte does not mind hard,;workcso lonfi aevervbodvns satisfiedThe"da uis beatifullv fine. so that allrpre sent thorouihly enioved themselre?s. /A'iplendid suplv yof refreshniteits'had been orovided.l andithev had?ll ;ain ished,at the end of he day The ien's ubieniftebeiyclndinn the Messirs D: 'MacleasZW. B. Marshall. E wLe is,W. :Whits?inD. Ellis: I. Lew i'anid two "br-?thi"?etloers. did excelleiiý work, whlile the ladies. headed Iv bMrs. A. Gillies. iMrs.: Marahall.. and Miss G. Macleoaddidi'to h[same: There !were races for the children eniid :;:aes-for the elders.and ihihei the ?ath.efingdi& persed. early in the evenme."en' and all.wer...
FATAL PORTSMOUTH FIRE ORIGIN REMAINS A MYSTERY. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
FATAL LPORTSMOUTHIflREJ ORIGIN REMAINS, A MYSTERY. (Reuter's. Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. An inquiry has" ben held into the r'ecet diastrous fire at the Ports moiuth naval dockyard in which two iglalmdin perished -and large. quanti atiesftores wre .destroyed. A ere dt'ict as returned that tho e idonce wae iiot sufficient' to show the origin 'of tla.ere. ..SOUTH AUSTRALIA. GEaNT-GENERAL LECTURES. . Reuter' Telegram:) London, Jan. 8. T'?iHoan.: . ~A. Kirkpatrick; '"Aent;Oeneril for South "Australia; deo]ivered ,lanter lecture in the Art Gallery at, Maidstone last night. He dealt? with the foundation, and consti tution of: South Australia, .and re viewed at length the progress and re 'sonres of the State.
KIKUYA CONTROVERSY. DR. FRODSHAM SUPPORTS PRIMATE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
:.KIKUYA GONTROVERSY. DR. FRODSHAM SUPPORTS : IPRIMATE. (RlIuter's Telegram.) " Condon, Jaa. 8S Dri.Froddham, formerly Bishop ,of North Quee~sland, has written a let ter to the newspapqrs in which he'con tributes his :views on the controversy. -which is raging regarding the question of 'inter-communionS.. , ? , The writer believes that a schism in the Anglicin. Church, arising out of the inter-communion dispute, is in no wise likely.' Dr. Froddiam re-echoes the appeal made bythe o.Primate (Dr. 3Davidson), and.deplores .what' he de= sarbes' as.:"the unnecessary con -trovisry." [(Dr. Davidson, in a letter to the ;press, said lhe hoped that the con .trovsy ,wold be isuiendeed. It was 1iisdiidit ho said, and equally his wish, to seure fodr:;the Bishop " of Zai zibar ,(who 'has acoused the. 'Bishops of Uganda and Mombassa of heresy in having administered the sacrament to non-conformists) ample opportunity. of submitting his case to the proper eooleiastical authority)..
KOROIT BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
KOROIT BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wedneidajy 7th Januiary. Present: Crs. M. Bourke (Mayor), Duffus, Paterson, Stevenson, Wilkin son Simmonds, Downey and P. Bourke. . OORRESPONDENCE. From Public Health Department, stating that as the Council has ap proved of the registration of certain premises as a private hospital, it will be necessary to submit a report by the officer of health, a copy of the application, and a report by the officer of health as to the suitability of the premises.-Correspondence io be forwarded to Mrs. Halligan, and she be asked to supply the necessary particulars.. From the health officer, reporting favorably on Mrs. Halligan's premises as a private hospital. From J. J. Orawford, asking to hi allowed to make a crossig inn front of his premises in Commercial Road. Granted, under the supervision of the foreman. -'From 0. O'Brien, hon. secretaiy Ladies' Croquet Club, applying for. a "piece of ground suitable for miaking a croquet lawn, i% the gardens, '? possible, but failing...
Prentice-st., East St. Kilda. September [?] 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
'rentice-ut., East St. Kilda. " ateptwunc , 1913. MAr. rlin.-I, a mother of eleven chil -?'u, write to help It posslole nara-wora h .a mutler' WlUo Lve youung ulureu at 0000u1 ?olouul. I turln, yuu .,u0ut mu0.5U nvuwu your redio rui?nate ufr tue noUn. Ats eaeut 10 lui?rauluus. sly girl attenu Ua W1VHidsur CUonvelLt ~nuul, and tlner h101ea05 nav1 hoolI U11Un 0.,1l0. exafple' 0or UUU, tou elteft of k'eod10 toltle.. ? I "JUsuo to ut1U01'1r WnU,..unLtLUrtOatelY, Snate to ou out woraiyg it un0lu u ue :tnure cenrally anuwn. 1give yuu With Sa nearr a, M loitt permtullun to ruIte any use yu. wian ut tlas letter,-Youur, etc, (Mrs.) ALIVJE O'CALLAGHAN. Redl e omade for the head destroys ' Vermin and 010t; is sold by all laleinlsts S510 Store., or postelt by J. I?rl,. Uielllllst. Jaast Malvern, V., I/, /3 0.nd /b;' With Alro Lo?bo, ed. extra. A tourist travelling in the western part of Ireland was trying to': have some fun at the expense of a nativel of the country. "You have a.. very fine vie...
COMMENTS WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
COMMENTS WISE AND OTHERWISE. There are certain people in the' world' whom the more..you think of the less you- think of them. Sturely it isn't extraordinary to get pearls out of a.. matchbox. Lots of. girls have got diamonds out of, mugs -before now. According to a Paris paper, "'Seventy' per cent. of the French people live in one room." But it must be a,: Jolly big 'room. A Russian dwarf of 4ft. 'has, we learn, fallen in love with a St. Peters. burg lady of 6ft. 2in. That's not fall-. ing in love-that's climbing up to it, "It is rare indeed," says a contemn porary, "that a householder can get' a shock from his electrical installa tlion." He generally gets that when the bill comes along.
OBITUARY. VISCOUNT CROSS DEAD. FORMER UNIONIST MINISTER. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
OBITUARY. VISCOUNTC.OROSS DEAD. FORMER UNIONIST MINISTER. (Renter's Teleram.)i London, Jan. 9. The .dath has occurred of, the first Viscoint Cross ati the -advanced igo ofO91?.years:. - (Viscount Oross"wans Home Secre tary from 1874 to 1880, and again in 1885 and,1886. ,In the latter year he. was raised to, the peerage and be came Secretary for lidia, a pozrtfolio which h6"held until 1892. In 1895 he became o Teasurer, and from 1895 to 1900 was'Lord Pivyv Seal. Hoe inrried in 1852 a daughter of Thomas Lyon, and}'irs the father of twiosons and three dilaughteiors. Hip wife prcde ceased him).
DEATH OF EARL CAWDOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
DEATH OF EARL CAWDOR. The death is announced of . Hugh Frederick ,Vaughan Campbell, .fourtli Earl Oawdor, who only succeeded to the title in 1911. heio deceased peer, who was ~in his 44th year, was formnly a major in the Carmarthen Artillery, aid contested the Pembrokeshire seat in the House of Commons in 1898: BHe will be aso ceeded by his son, Vi count Emlyn, who is 13 years of age.