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TROOPS MARCHING TO THE RAND. MILITARY AND POLICE PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
TROOPS 'MAROHIN TO THE '.' . RAND. alLITARY .ND'POLIOE PRE AR '.,.': ABTIONS-, : , . Two moiinted Union rg iments .at Pdtcliefstrooniý:,and -two infantiy re gimentfghae bdgun a march to; .the "Thie 'driyers of flie trains atotchef strbom'r6fused o,'convey police to the RIiid .:The "police in :ital a -re now, en trAiiing for tlhe Transvaal, and 500 mounted rifles.are quartered in IPre toria barridcks. ' The active defenco. force will 4o mnainly emfiploved in protebting :., the ralwaSy .?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
1J. YOUNGER AND CO.'S G R E" A T' COrMMENCES Frid y, Next, 16th Instant. PRICE LIST APPEARS IN TO-MORROW'S ISUE. .r · _ GREAT CHRISTMAS SHOW. Just Imported, Direct, all the .LATEST IN TEAWARE, , Including. CROWN DERBY and other Lovely Decorations, FINE GLASSWVARE & ELECTRO-PLATE. VILLIERS' GIFT DEPOT Contains 0Is. of the Finest Collections of a Suitable Christmas Gifts or Wedding Presents SAt Lowest prices (considering 'Quality) in Victoria. See Minintnre IDoll Banquet in Our Window. VILLIERS' 'PnoNI 237. - Will Send 50 Miles,. Carriage Free, during Xmas :Holidays, all Goods Purchased. :WM. ARDLIE, E. L ARDLIE, BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, PROCTORS and CONVEYANCERi, Kepler-atreot. Warrnambool. O 10MISSIONERS for taking Afi Sdavits for Victoria, New Soutk Wail~, sliit Australia and Western Australia. .TRUST MONEYS for INVEST MINT, from £50 to £10,000 in Sums as required at Lowet Ratee. ' G: . S. MACKAY, BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR.1 WARIRNAMBOOL. ?OMMISSIONIR for Affidavit" for - N.S....
The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLISHED DAILY. Price—One Penny. MONDAY, 12th JANUARY. CURRENT NEWS. "THE DANDIES." [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
The Warrnambool Standard, PUBLIBHLD DAILY. Prloe--On. Penny, S MONDAY, 12th JA-NUARTY.. CURRENT NEWS. "THE .DANDIES." Mr. Edward.Bransmeonbo's new .g lislh Costumo Comedy Compiny, "'The Dandies," who are to appear two nig:it at the '1'ow Hall on,thlolth and 16th-:January. They are coming ivith houbrs thick upon them direct from England, and it is only owing to chance--the overlooking of. one of Syduey Council's bye-laws which pro cluded Mr. Brainscombo from pro ceeding with the building of his new theatre ' here-that Warrhambool theatre-goers are given the opportun ity of seeing thiS conipany at this particular, tune. "Merry -and Bright" is the utotto of .the four'ladies and six gentlemen who comprise this com pany, ahid it is:said this appropriate motto is. thoroughly realised by the artists and endrsed by the audioence. 'ITho prevailing atmosphero of their entertainment is humor so splashed into song, story, dance, dresi and business numbers, that when the senses are not being tic...
STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
STAR PICTURES. The Town Hall was well filled on Saturday night, when thlo Star Pic turo Company screened an excellent programme of dramas and comedies. ",W\hen Chemistry Counted" " was a lesaotional story of a girl rescuing hlr losvr from a, false charge of rob bery, and "Facing tihe Footliglhts" was a most interesting and exciting story of an inventor and his wife. "The Burglar who Robbed Deaths" was a pathetic drama depicting the downward earer of a youngsn doctor thllrough drinking hIabits an how he was reformed whemn he saved the life of a child in a houso isich he had broken into. The coinedies included "Fixing up Auntie," :a bright and clever American production; "Ho Answered the Advertisement" and a John Bunny comedy. Amongst'. the other pictures shosn 'was an instruc tivo senic pictore of rinielnt Joppa, ii Palestiie.
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
ROWING. SA record entry Ihas been receird for the "Manifold Fours," to be. rdwed" on the Hopkins oil the 24th inst. The distance is from the big rock to Proudfoot's, and the racing sliould prove interesting, as the six crews are evenly ijatchedi. The 6rewiik are as fol lows: H. Jenkins str., B. Proudfoot 3 :I. Arias 2, J. O'Donnell bow A. Fis ner str., R. New 3, L. Gartlan 2, C. 'oylo bow; R. J. Russell str' A. .loMiohleal 3, J. Steero 2, A. Sizeland bow; G. Robinson str., V Flott 3, K. M'Dougall 2, .T. Laird bow; E. oen kins str., W,. Schwazenburg 3. J.Sizu land 2,.A. Thompson bow; W. Hope .str., C. Jackaway 3, S. MJurphy 2, . Robinson Itow. The crews will com nenco training this evening.
WARRNAMBOOL RACES. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
WARRNAMBOOL RACES. THE WEIGHTS. Appended are the weights for the above racs, to be .e'd on Saturday next-: " . 'lrial Handicap: Tioga, King'Kirk, 9.0; Olympic, 8.5; Pirateer, Bouque tire, - Ajynne,- 7.13; Cudgee, 7.12; Mlleme, 7.10; Ornate, Erin's.Hope, 7.5. Silt, 7.2; Wanibigal, 7.0. IHurdle aice: Emoraldale, 11.3;' Edl~tirm;' 11.0 Lidy .Alva,:. 10.5; Kurd, 10.3; 'KI9luni" 10.0 Wassoca, 9.12; haoter" oy, '9.10;' Ricochet, 9.99 Ltdd"ig, Oilabash, 9.5; Rose of Falkirk, 9.3; Lord Fyans; 9.0. 17,limmj. Handicap: Motoa, 9.0; Mireie,' 8.12; Whair, 3[Ijor Eight, .10 Kagi 8.3; 'Darlington, Tioga, 6.12: Wlimbigal 6.7. Steeplechso: 4rion, 11.0; Kyappa' 10:5; iarqesa, Expiation, 10.0; Mono rail, 9.9' Paxski, 9.5; Storm, Ouach; 9.0. " 'Pory Race: May Opil, 10.5; Rlo luma, 9.3; Lady Arden, 7 10; Fairy PL rt Greedy, - Goldeni Ray, 7.1; Klori S0?th, 6.7. 1lying I-andicap: Mlotoa, 9.l11; .3cOullodh, 9.9; Masseyv Major Eight, 9.4 ; Oraftondale 86. W1iri Wiri, 7.12; Jacar6, Nabt irk,'7.7; Asterbert,...
PIGS IN THE AIR. TORNADO MILE WIDE. MAN BLOWN LIKE FEATHER. Sydney, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
PICS IN THE AIR. / --o-----=.. rORtNADO MILE WIDE. MAN BLOWS LIKE FEATHER.: ' Sydney. Jan. 10. A tortindo tiruck' the T'amworth district vesteidas. levellinP everything in its rath. Utruoting trees and un roofin o hbolises. Crops have been de troyed aiRd ni's. were blown through the air:. A man sitting on a 'cart was cairried aaiv? like a feather and flung .through a fence on to the roadway, escaPing with bruises. SThe storm missedl the mnin portion of, the:town. At .enused damage in the- outskirts. The Paradise Gardens were l destroyed. . The trck ofthe tornadlo was a mile ini widtlh 't Duri. .I'r miles from Tai-m worth. , Many' houses r were recked, and only the brick walls of the Clihurch of neland ':remain. Flving -timber struck: a- man- 'and broke his arm. SHiail ani raini added .to the damnage. aShih is,:estimated at thousands of
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
FOOTWEAR SPECIALS. LADIES' White Canvas Lace Hoots, self caps, good shapos, special prices, 5/11, 8,6 and 10/6 pair. LADIES' Glaca Kid Anklet Court Shoes, neat self bow, special prices 8/11 and 10/6 pair. LADIES' Glace Kid Balmorsds, patent trimmings and newest shapes, special prices, 9/)9. 10/6, 12/11 pr. LADIES' Glace Kid Oxford Shoes, pump soles, pat caps, special prices, 11/, 12/6 pair. LADIES' Enamel Derby Lace Shoes. toecapped,several shapes, special price, 11/ and 12/6 pair. C~-l -ON G GENTS' White Canvas Bale., toecaps, very cool and light, special price, 7/11, 8/11, 12/6 pair. GENTS' Box Calf Balniorals. whole goloshed, speo'al prices, 9/9, 11/6 and 13/6 pair. GENTS' Glace Kid Lace thres, Derby fronts, new American toe, special prices, 12/6, 14/6, 10/6 pr. GENTS' Enamel Derby Lace Shloes, four American ahapes, special price, 16/6, 17,0 and 20] pair. GE NTS' ox Blood Balmorals and Shoes, fivas?upe. j-. . s pecial prico, 146, 106,6, 20/ aiid 2216 pair. Tiit J.. ROME, iP-:-ToD...
PROPOSED ZOO FOR BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
PROPOSED ZOO FOR BALLARAT, JIn connecttioin with the proposed for Imitioni of a' zoo t'Ballarat, .towards the covt of which.a sum of £11,000 has been btqueathed by the late 1\r. Bel. Jahnl, a letter has been received by the city council from Mrs. Margaret Ledunn,circus owlner,offering her men agerie for sale at a rcasoiable figure. 'el"n menilgerie, 'which 'is at ,present with tlie circus ill thie Mortlake dis trict, consists of a lioniess, a lemur?s leopardl an Jldian buffalo lwithl i five loe?, a ofasminaniadi wo?at and a tame?' per aniimal, oet?., liaskei?, to reacl,. the council. in time for its iceoting next 1oodaxy. h.i some quarters it is teardl that the upkeep of the BIlla rat zoo ilihen fully equipped, will prove somewhat; costly. It is thought that the salaries of the attendants alone will.probably total about £10 per week.