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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
SSCALP:IRRIBTAION HA R CAME OUT ;. .Started with Pimple, Spread to :.iSore, Cuticura Ointment Made Complete Cure. Hair Thick. Eden Park, Whittlesea, Vic.-"I had suffered for about three months with severe irritation of the'scalp and loss of hair. It started about the size of a small pimple, very sore on the top of my head, and I tried ointment but without success. and it spread to a sore about the size of the palm of your hand, and the hair was coming out of the affected parts. A friend advised me to buy a tin' of Cuticura Ointment. Thanks to my friend for recommending It I have saved any further expense from buying anything Smore for it because it has made a complete cure,-and my hair has grown as thick as I on any other part of my head. "1As for the Cuticura Soap, I would use no other now; I havo great faith in it. If I feel tired after my day's hard work I just warm a copper of water and take a warm bath and make a good lather of the Cuti cura Soap and I feel quite refreshed, and...
WARRNAMBOOL C TEAM v. WOODFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
t'Y1RJNAMBOOL 0 TEAM v. WOODFORD. ` Warrnambool C Team 3ourneyed to BIushfield on, Saturday afternoon .with' a full team, and F. Faulkner?winning ithe.toss'from Bert Johnitone, decul ed to bat. Mel. Hemniooss and Arch. H:ardie opened the C. Team's innings, but had.only scored 11 runs when Henimons was irun out for 6. George fliiaber ,ho-playSed such a. fihe iniiugs in"their last msatch against the 1B 'team, followed, and hie aid Hairdie, py good, sound cricket, carried the score to 96 before a separation was effected by Andy Hall clean bowling Barber f6r a-;ell made 24. Arch Har die was again the batting hero of the O:Team. He played a fine, defensive innings against bowling that was ne ver at any time loose, and never gave a possible chance until he was caught out by Andy Hall for 85. Hardie is :n very fine form this year with the bat, some of his scores for this season be in 114, 79, 85, 125, 48, and he and . McDonald are the two most reli able rtui getters at the present, time: b...
MEXICO'S PRESIDENT. HIS. FORCES DEFEATED. GREAT SUCCESS OF REBELS. (Reuter's Telegram.) Mexico City, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
MEXICO'S PRESIDENT. : HIS .FORCES DEFEATED. GREAT SUCCESS O! -REBELS. (Reuter 'relegram.) Mexico City, Jan. 1i. `A' gra?ie reverse?to:the Federal arms is.reported froniuOjinaga. ". '?'Tihe rebels advaniced and .fought hotly.hround the trenches. ..' The Federals fled; some crossing the American border: after' ftehistp ,battle; in which there was ' onsider able :loss of life. When- the Federals left .Ojinaga,GC neral .Villa, the repel leader, immedi ately .took possession of the town:.? Tlie stronghold on which President: Huort 'has been relying to sar;a'Nr thern Mexico is now gone. :President Huerta's military chief, Geieiral Mercudo, crossed the river and surrenderel to theo United States troops.
SOUTH WARRNAMBOOL v. ST. JOHN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
SOUTH WIARRNAMBOOL v. ST. JOHN'S. The above teams concluded .their match in the Albert Park 'onSatiir iav afternooni- when St. Johii's proi ed victors by 118 ruins. Scores: ST. JOHN'S. irst inings .... ...... 7 S Second Innings. tEldridge, o Anderson, b L. Tini ker ...... 5 Stowart, cT: Fisher, b Manson.. 8. H1unt, not, out ;.. ............... 73 Teiwell, c Farrow, b L. Tinker ..- 0 ilraiit; l:b.:., b Anderson ..... 9 Bolo, c M?.ansdn,' b C. Fisher .. 0 ireiamni, b T. Fisher ........ 5 Worland, c and b. L. Tiiker .... 3 Lovell, b T. Fisher . Bray, c Drewott, b T. Fisher.... 2 i:stta, b T. Fisher ..... . 2 Sundris .............. 21 .Tota .. . ...J.... ; . 13.1 SOUTILh WARRlNAM'BOOL. First innino?ss .':.....a....... 48 .- Second -lnings. .. MIanson;: Brij3ra b Ste?wnat.;.. a 0 J. Tinker, b Steart .. . '. '4 R. Fisher,i b Worland ...... 2 L.. Tinker, not u. .....:... 7 I arrow .b Worland 0 l'. D)rodtt;?bI3oylo 0 O. Fisher, .b Worland....:. 0 Byrne; c .Worland' b Bovle:.. 7 Sundries 3 T...
KAISER AND CROWN PRINCE. PRINCE TO BE CHECKED. "NOT FIT TO WEAR CROWN." Berlin, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
KAISER- AND CROWN PRINCE. PRINCE TO BE CHECKED. "NOT FIT TO WEAlt OROWN." Berlin, Jan. 11. It :is `stated in Court; circles that the .Kaiser is determined to prevent ,the:.Crown Prince making furtler political demonstratiqns. .:.Tho Kaiser considers the Crown , Prine's encouragement o[ Herr Deimling, Chief. of o'lice, in connrec tion witth the right of. ti-e military, as ani 'act:of dislovalt. and a rebuff to himself. ' -The Radical newsoapers .declani that the Crown P.rinco is riot fit tob wear the Imperial crown, anal' that the. natirca will 'not tolerate a sore= reign who, as Crown Prince, encouo aged violence and illegality. : 'iTh Conservative newspapers take a. contrary view, and: thereuin lies the "igificaneo of t?e Crown Prince's de maonstratio.
THE MARKETS. Saturday, 10th January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET, Prime potatoes are quoted at 12 10/ per ton, ex bags. MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
'." I A.. S: turday, 10th ,January. "WARfiNAMBOOL POTATO MAltKlr,..KI ;:. 'Prime potatoes .are quoted ait i' 10/ per toe, ex bags. MELBOU11tE FARM PRODUCE. Wheat: Little vasedping in wheat to-day, and the inarket may be quoted steady on yesterday's basis, 3/51 to 3/6l alongside beiiig quoted for` January delivery. Chaiff. was quiet, at yesterday's clos ing: rates. Arrivals amounted to 13 truckloads., Potatoes advanced about 5/ a ton, under the combined infliuence of rather light slipplies, and ai good export de mand. OaCptns were quoted up to £4/15, but a truck of- exceptionally cnoico realised -£5. Arrivals at Spen cer-street paltformn aggregated £0 truckloads. In the week ended Thurs day. 1073 tons of potatoes were load ed.at country stations, as compared i'ith 489 tons for the previous week, andi 875 tons' for the corresponding week last year. . Very little business was transact ed in onionns. Suppliek by-rail consist ed aboilt four. truckloads. 'l'o-day'a prieen ar: : SFlor: Ass...
PORT FAIRY RACES. MAJOR EIGHT WINS THE HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
PORT FAIRY RACES. MAJOR EIGHT WINS T.HE' SI ; ": ANDICAP. "- ' The'l Summer miceting o' the Port S Fairv.Racine -Club was held on the courserti Suithcombe Park on;Satur Sda 'afternoon'under cool weather con Sditiois. .afid. aVssed off siuccessfully. The'attendance: was very sitisfai~tosi; ,the receiotsa'beinir n a n-r 'with.those Sof the last Jainiryv meetinu:." T''hfia Sine was interestiiur. fields were fair. Sanld some close finishes were witnessed. Sl'he Harvester eeldine. Havmow,wlhile ' leavineg thea.ddrick to start in tihe SIHurdle Rla6e;. oer.ame fractious and rearinie up turned comuletely over,and the rider;, W'J. IlurriR. received a kiclnck behind the hlead whicldstunned ,him for a 'while. Havmow did" not, atart in"the Hurdle Racl . but. lie ap deared iin the.next eveiit.' the".Trial Handiniai::.and ran last.: Another aC cildeit occurred in the last race. Moton stumbled:and dislodged his rider, W. lMora'n.' who luckilv escaued. unhurt. 'The Port Fairy Band nlaved a number o...
ULSTER VOLUNTEER FUND £1,000,000 RAISED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
ULSTER VOLUNTEER FUND •o--. £1,000,00, RAISl. IIS (Reuter's Telegram.) -London, Jan. 10. The Ulster Volunteer Indemnity funed has been completed, the. sum asked for, £1;000,000, having" b~aii su.bscribed.
CHASTLY TRAGEDIES. GERMAN BUILDER KILLS FAMILY. EIGHT PERSONS PERISH. (Reuter's Telegram.) Berlin, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
GHASTLY TRAGEDIES:.: GER3MAN: BUILDER-. KILLS,. EIGHT PERSONS PERISH. (Reuters Telegram.) - Berlip, Jan. 10: A terrible tragedy involving tho loss of oight livesl hastaken place, a:$ol ,dau, atoin-hin Soutli-west Prussin? A builder. named Brat;z wit hliis wife and sistei,, committed suicide' b gas poisoning. 'llliSfindiii"g of.'their bodies was:folledl by' the discovery of the corpses of the five children of Bratz and the body of his.l dog,all of them.haviig th'eir,throats dut. Money troubles are believed to have prompt ed Bratz and his wife to murder their children and take their own lives. Husband and wife dressed themselves in full mourning-before lying down to die.
BOXING. McCORMICK BEATS SUMMERS. (Reuter's Telegram). Sydney, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
BOXINC . ,. M GORBIICIOK BIOATS ,SJmMEJS: (Reoiter's Telegraum). Sydney, Jan. 10.. At thoe Stadium to- isiglt Tom [McCormick (10.5) of, England beat Jbd:nny Summers (10.13), of Englard, 1h-"points. in 20 rounds.. ,hdsocontest .| as for the-welter-weigh t?drampioni hip' of.tho, Britis: )Empire,o and w?as
ROAD AS SKATING RINK. RESULT OF TAR PAINT AT SALE. SEVERAL VEHICULAR ACCIDENTS. Sale, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
ROAD AS SKATING RINK. 1RESULT OF TAR PAINT 'iAT SALE. SEVERAL VEHICULAR AC OID ENTS. . Sale, Jan. 10. Sale borough council has found that the tar painting of the streets is' a great improvement, and economical, but the spreading of tar in thd main street his week turned it into, some thing like a skating rink. The tirred surface was not sanded, with the view of keeping traffic off it until the tar soaked an, but many: persons rode over it, with the result that there were numerous falls. A bicycle, rid den by a lady, Akidded, and the lady fell upon the tarred Toad, with the result that her dress was destroyed.A milk cart was overturned in a similar niainer. Finally, this morning, Cr. Fenne gan was thrown from his jinker, ow ing to'f th 'lidse slipping. Cr. Fenno gan was very badly bruised, and he suffered from shock. No bones were broken. .:Later on a liberal coating of 'said nas'placed'upon the road.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
S "PEDIO POMADE." One application destroys head ver min-kills nits, heels ree, cures Ringworm. If. offered subatitltte3 say distinctly NO I Don-all and Eastrmn, Cheomists. Warrnambood, sol "Pedin" Il 2/, 9j6; and with nit comb fid. more. GRIPES IN HORES. "Somo time :ago our horse -was down with a' bad attack of gripes." says M?iss E. J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S;W. "I tried several remedies but they had no effect; as a last r? source I gave the horse three tea spoonfuls of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and noticed all improvement immediately. He was soon able to stand and now is as well as over." Sold by all ohemists and storekeepers. OF.INTEREST TO LADIIh1 SLadies are requste 'to note that Mrs. D. M.CLIFORD.' Superintend ent of Ntutirk Health Co.,Melbotlrne, will nbxt be visiting Warrnambool on Tueeday 'and Wednesday, the 13 and 14th January, wheii she may be sban at the Western Hotel from, 3 p m? to 9 p.m., on the Tuesday, and 10'2.m to 9 p.m. on the Wednesday. Spec ial...