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DUBLIN STRIKE RIOTS. LIVELY SCENES AT INQUIRY M.P. CALLED A BLACKGUARD (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
DUBLIN STRIKE RIOTS. :IVE. Y.SCBNIES : AT IQUIRY.tI M.P. CALLED A BLIACKGUARD "' (Reuter's Telegram.)' London, Jan. 9.. There wasr'lively scenes to:day at the sitting, bfj the RWyalhCommissioD t whicl 'i 'enquiring into- "the Dublh strike riots of August last. ' -Mrr. John B-Powell, K.O. counsel •for-the police, objected o Mr. Hai del-bbtlbtkLibeal MHP.,0 for. Pnte fract;, intere.ing. and accusing the pli?oe of misconduct. i . .. Several angry scehnefollon~d, an] finally .Mr.rJHandel-Booth', while Mr. PIowellwas'reading a document, accus ed thep-barrister; of omitting ; an ii portant passage2., :!,; ..; The Chief Commissioner. declared that .Mr- Powell had read everything. , Mr. Powell, remarked: 0"It is humil iating to have controversies with su.lh a blackguard2." , , ,, ý Mr. Booth protested againt the epithet arid after:remarking that it wasi.'impossibleto remain'in'such a tainted- atmosphere,'" he withdrew. i
FROM TREE TO CONSUMER. ATTRACTIVE SCHEME STARTED. CARDBOARD BOXES IN USE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
FROM TREE TO CONSUMER;. ATITRACAIVE SCHEME STARTED. CARDBOARD BOXES IN; USE. Statistics compiled show that Vic torians eat comparatively little fruit, whereas comniared with other countries Melbourne alone should consume more fruit thai Victoria grows. \ The explanation offered, genorallyisz the high cost of even the most.prolifo fruit in season. This has been asourco of much investigation by the Co-opera :tive"P?F it Growern Association, and part of the high cost has bedoa ttri buted to waste and expense in hand ling. A large poroentage of the-fruit is bruised and rendered unattraotive: i?: ihe, interval--sometimea long--be -.tween:thel orchardist and the con-I s.umr. , ,.Now, a new systm has been adopt ad, and success is confidently expect "ed. Iistead of bulk handling the co onerative orchardista have purchased cardboard boxes of a uniform size of nine inches by six inches. There is a lid;" and threaded cord makes.a handy carry-all, when filled direct from the tree. In the case o...
PURNIM WEST. NEW STATE SCHOOL TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
~PURNIM WEST,. NEW; STATE SCHOOL TEACHE:i A fasewell soial was ,tond6redto' Mr. White leaving Norrena, lie hav iiig been appointed .'to -;tho,l'urnim WestaState School. i?eHhad been in: .harge of the Nerrena school for the past four years, and nearly the whole of.-errena turned lut to honor the aocasion, states the "Great Southern Star." The chairman (Mfr. Rn, Reilly), said Mr. White hld made groeat progress in the school and a host of friends. As a sport, he had taught the chil dren to play the game in a way that' defeat brought no disgrace, and vic-' tory no unpleasantness. Mr. White an a public man, had moved the dis trict along. .The inside of the hall testified to' his worth as a public man,' the lining of the building and the piano being due to his orgaaiiing ability. But as a school teacher his lees would bejelt by, those withbwhoii' he was most concerned-thfl parent~ and children. His success as a tea oher was remarkable, and the list of merit certifioates spoke for themselv...
THE LIVERPOOL MURDER MONEY MOTIVE SUGGESTED. NO INTRIGUE WITH SUMNER. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
THE' LIVERPOOL MURDER SMONEY Mt(TIVE BUG ' GESTED. NO INTRIGUE WITH BUMNEl. i -* S (Reuter'i Telegram.) SLondon, Jan. 8..'. The inquest on the body of Miss Christian Bradfield, which was recent ly found in a sick in a canal at Li verpool, hna been oponed.Two young mu,'Georgo Sunner and Samuel El toft,:employod by the brother of de-' ceased, are under arrest on a charge of having murdered Miss Bradfield. ''ThoeCrowinintends to call Eltoft to give evidcnceat the inquest. It has eon stated that Miss Bradfield be trare 'aliyely?fritterest in Sumner,but ,tho?l?' r ',o far suggests a money motive fo' 1oriime. Tlhere is no evl de-nco-f 'ianyJni'htigue botsreen mis, lradfield and umner .' '' SLondon-iater. The inquest' concluded late to-day. i verdict of wilful murder was ru urneod against Sumner and Eltoft.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
PHcENIX ASSURANCE CO. LTD. ESTD. 1782 FIRE. AOOIDENT. - EMPLOYERS' . LIABILITY. (Ot08E PAID -XCIED i85, ob,o. LOuie by UIN rillS and by LUOSTHIN ar. made good by this Csmpss?. AGENTS WANTED. Vio a,'461 To 471 BOURKE ST., eMELBOURNE. DALSITY A CO, LTD.. AEllT . Anonymous. A well-known author, on leaving his house one morning, forgot a let ter taut ne had intended to post. Dur ing the altternoon something recalled it tL his llld, and as it was of con siderable Importance he immediately hurried home. The letter was no where to be lound, and lie summoned the maid. "Have you seen a letter lying about?" 'Yes, sir." '"WVhere is It?" "Posted, sir." "Posted! \Vhy,' thero wasn't ally name or address on the envelope!'' "I know there wain't, sir; but 1 tnought it must ne in answer to one So them anonymous letters youve been getting lately!l" POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We buy by live weight. Crates lent. No Commisslon or Cartage Charged. Chickens, Ducklings 7d. Old Fowls from 2/6 to...
THE WEATHER. WARMER CONDITIONS EXPECTED. Melbourne, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
• . THE-WEATHER. '*WAEMflBCNDJr0,?\S EX-I .. PECTEfD. .--.-- ..- :--Melbourne, Jan: 9. Pleasant woatther. prevailed in the. metropolitaih area-'to'day.- Th'e suri shone ,brilit-i.,' but; a,cool breeze blew steaily"frbm 'the .south. : Tlo :shadd tofipbraturb at 4: b'clock i?as SMr. IHunt,..Coinioniwealtl Meteoro 'logist, stated that the 'controlling high pressure ,vas now .ooring to the oast,and to-morrow. the influence 'f its rear circulation should be felt. The weather should .,-:oontinuo fine, hut would i?robably .iwarm up consider ably. to-morrow, with winds tending nbrt?ibrly..,,_/r. _ _ .... - .
VICTORIA v. NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
V1(fORI m.t vNEW ZEALAND.)', T'Vh6 aliov& `matichi`ala 'einibnced t. d ay6oi - tahbP MfIelboaiirn' riqket :round. .Theb'i eather 4a'ftifi, and ther:ea ? ia fair 'attendance. Scoes.: - NE11' ikNDP ald4 Jiee', b Lamrard: ... 417 ',?aldii Y C aaokut0 s' Lb? .miipd 9 Carlt on', CA O ckle'. Lampard:' 9 B Oall; o i, Ii L-i'ton _.: 4 llisbiob,,not o . - 7: Sunot?oi . . '`T 1. i " _.. :.. ... ..... 141 T , "i ,.Tira.:lriniigs . S on ,?fic .and 'i S and m an . :' 2:: , Kliernani a Taii or `i'-. .. O .ii .'. - , ilOh o .a..or. .bRobinson 40 '.ugt"n, `not ;out' 3' 11u des .' 10 .-Five . ibkoats for: '.. 5,LU 'a.oni" fot 42 `ýaiidmian" 2 "for,63;' F~esa 0 for2J 'Htekmtt, 0 .fdor '6 Sitneddon, t0or 25fo :
PIGS FOR BACON. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
, PIGS :FOR BACON;' ý;.Certain modifications hi nthe' meth ods of killing and preparing pigs for bacon have:been necessary in recent years ito -meet -the .demands of the consumer :and. :curer. "Among these has been the. niovement in. favor of less fat and more .lean,:what is pre= ferred now being a tasty, mild-flavor ed, a somewhat, lean bacon, which is finely:streaked -with fat and of firm texture..,:-, 1 . It is occasionally, found in.:dealing with .carcases for either pork or ba con-. that- there , exists an:; abnormal condition in: the texture, of. fibre of the: flesh. It .is. soft, yields: to pres sure, is flabby,: and.possesses an.un natural-: greasiness. This. class- of flesh invariably cures. badly, and pro ducesainferior. bacon. /.Observation has taught that it is mainly due to the 'arious classes ;of food being used in improper proportions. Further experience has shown that this influence is more pronounced dur ing,.winter.. Low temperatures exert a change liion the nature...
NEW DREDGE. TO COST £93,000. Melbourne, Jan. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 10 January 1914
NEW, DREDGE. 'r;TO 'COST £;9300.:030 S"' ": ..:'~iiebiourne,,'Jan. 9. Tho Governmentif's l!a reed to build, at. tho State' ': ip-lihilding' ard,, a dredgo -for' -thi d.Melburne'- Urban •Tr-ustt a cost-t of £93,000.' ",