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TRAGEDY IN BEDROOM. FATHER AND SON SHOT. POLICE MYSTIFIED. Sydney, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
'' `TR? ;Y IN BEDROOM. eari rly liour this morning a S:. e .' occurred at "Stoke Edith, ':?: ::iir ltS rond,, Bellevue- Hill. The vic 1i:-; niel;cr. V\alter Houstoni Hardy, 15, 'ii'eetur of the city jewellery firm of .-;" d ?' d Bros., Ltd., and.-Alan Hardy, - o.;?.41:oly-so.u of W'alter Hardy. The ir'acdy'is rs yet uniexplained. irs.i Bessie Hardy, wife of Walter :Hardy ;'was awakened by the sound of revolver- shots in her son's bedroom. h i. 'bl jumped out of bed and hastened : ithe roonm where she found her hiu, :"band Iing on thelfloor in a pool , of .blobod. He. had a wound in the right side of lis ihead, and a five-chamuber .id" ie vhler, containing two discharg ult.shells; was:,near him. .:.Alan Hardy; clad in- his pyjamas, n:s?lying inconscious on the bed. He .:ia. also bleeding fronm a wound in tit, liend.: Assistance was obtained hilt the .father was dead already, and the sun died :when being removed to S'the :hospital. T'Ihe bed:lothes .were saturated with si:l'oitld. The...
DEFENCE OF FRANCE. MINISTERS ECONOMISE. NEWSPAPER'S HOSTILE COMMENT. (Reuter's Telegram.) Paris, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
DEFENCE OF FRANCE. MINISTERS ECONOMISE. M1ENT: . NId SPAPER'S HOSTILECOM-" (Router's Teleram.) t s Paris, Jon. 10;. 11 tis stated tatli t:M, Caillux,:: the Frenchi Minister -for: Fiinance?; has - duiced' M ;MonisiMiinister, for Marine, riot to sign the credit for'the 'onstruc tion of a battleship, which;the Chuam ber of Deputies had authorised to: b built 'immediately. -I: M;, Nulens thie Minister for War, is likewise reducing tlle Army hudgeet by £800,000 : . : "LuoTemps" to-dcay deplores these economies .and points out ,:thlt 2.the crisis of 1905 follosed'on 'siiilar econ omies and 'in' the. end necessitated ieavy: expenditure.?:: ,
LIGHT ON BAD BUTTER. CREAM CONDITIONS QUERIED. WARRAGUL DISCUSSING FACTS. Warragul, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
LINHT ON BAD BUTTER. ,O RE1M CONDITIONS Q,- UERIED. S ;AIIRA;GUL DISCUSSING SWarragul, Jan. 10. P r:: -.:iiniee given to the doteriora : io trof Austrhiann butter led to 'a dis ' ussion at, the iWarrlgul Shire Coun cil'iieeting ilast night. It was decided to t'ake action on lintiessuges ted by the presideit. 'zCr. C.N. Smyth, the shire presi :. dotit consideried that, the council's :ilaiiry lisipector shouhl be instructed Ito intericew managers of local but a :t? ifactories, and ascertain from .them` whether suppliers were bringing in inferior cream, and inspect their ",atries. -t:: i was coilident that carelessness and dirt in dairies was- the cause if ti'ferior. bltter. If one faotory refused to take had crecam, competition was so.keoni that it was sent to another. S n.,orler to secure'the suppliers' cos-. trl;, creamn was lot only taken, but cinlahd, and paid for as first-class. .Councillor .1. Devine said that the n?distry Seemted to be on trial. If the l 'ulrriagul Council took...
THE STRANGLED BOY. FATHER CAPTURED A MURDERER. SENSATIONAL TRAGEDY RECALLED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
THE STRANCLED BOY. ' -o- FATHER OAPTURED A 3MUR DERER. SENSATIONAL TRAGEDY RE OCALLED. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 10. "It has been elicitedltlhat the name of the seven-year-old-boy, who was found dead under the secit of a ral way carriage at Shoreditch this morn rin, was William Starchfield, the sdn of a news vendor. 'lie father of tnhe victim gallantly assisted in the cap ture of Stephen Titus. an insane mur derer, in Tottenham Court road, Lon don, on September 27, 1912. Starch field was severely wounded during the encounter with Titus. (On the night of September 27,1912, Stephen Titus, an Armenian, had an altercation with a barlnaid in the hotel at which lie was staying. In a fit of passion Titus drew a revolver and shot at the harmaid, severely wounding -her. The manageress of the establishment rushed in, and Titis shot her dead. The murderer then ran out into the street. followed by a dense'growd, which he kept at bay with his revolver. Starchfield and two other persons w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
SUFFERED AGONYI WITH HEAD' ACHES. "I highly rcommenl Chamberlain. Tablets to an?yonoe who suffers fron headachee," says Mrs..31 K.l Berry Marlborough ld., Victoria Valle) Tasmania. I atuffered agony witl headaches and tried almost .every thing. Nothing did me any good unti a friend recommended Chamberlain', Tablets and, they soon put me right again. Nriow I would not lbe withoui: a box of Chamberlain's Tablet. is S the. house .' Sold by all chemists and atorekeeper.. . - u ir. the Liver. Kidneve and Digest ion tun medicine like ANN MAOAU LAY'S SYRUP. Chemists 216, and at OI)UGAI L'S PHARMACY. SILVER STAR T ARCH S?THE IrU IM lb INSIST ON :LABELLED PACKAG ES S mok '. - M A cool, shady nook. A cool, refreshing drink. A cool, delightful Tobacco "HAVELOCK., L A ...... ustralia's National Smoke CUT ,(IN TINS) FLAKE OR MIXTURE. ALSO IN PLUG FORM .rýr Deany's Bargain Month. Ba gain, No. 1-Walnut Upright Grand Piano, Cost 75; Sell £:15 Bargain, No: 2--,Valnut IHarmoiniul, to Clear ... . ... ...
ATTACKED BY DOG. WOMAN IN SERIOUS STATE. Sydney, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
ATTACKED BY DOG. WOMA.N;A IN ,EIIOUS STATE. Sydneav, Jali. 10. rMrs. (iGautile. mI llark l,odtle, Fair tield. has b.-ii l bIallI hitteln ly an cll lie (tlog, wllih hiraiin fralntic asi thie re.sult (,f the, rec,,nt heat wa.ve. Mrs. (Gainli.h :, nlold iin in thle liolst -iwhen ithe ido riish,,d.iit her and sink it. tthll ill her IIreist, 'tearing' tho Stlh.e. Sli he?;it tlh, aitnal off, bt itl inlaule ainothr atitck, aiaili iiijuring &lt;istAniie,tlli d(og Iiqgjsli slh.otlrs.(nln: bl, is in :i serion, tat ?"sf feruliillg frpnii sliovc. . , ' The II,,K wii. a valiialild'oie. hviiig been imported I)- Mr. (riimble forthli liprpose of hreding "a heavie, cattle dog thall thise used i A.istral-in., '1
LIBERAL PICNIC. LARGE GATHERING AT JUBILEE PARK. ADDRESSES BY POLITICIANS. MESSRS. J. C. MANIFOLD, M.P., AND W. MANIFOLD. M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
' LIBERAL PICNIC. ~-----o--... LARGE GATHERING AT JUBILEE PARK. ADDRESSES BY POLITICIANS. MESSRS. J. C. MANIFOLD, M.P., 'AND W. MANIFOLD. M.L.C. A basket picnic organised lev the lo cal Lih?'ral Clubt and the \narrnam bonl Branch of the Australian We d'len's NationalLet.gue was ield at Ju bilee Patrk on Saturdaly fternton and - roved all lnoalllifhel succhss. a'he weatller i?R fille and cool. hut a ra ther strong. buisterin windl from the Sotth-ivest renderedl it somewllat un pleaaint in exnosed .positions. and, by raimine clouds of dust. nmale travelling h' road disdtrceable. l)esuite these tiseonfortsk howvemir. a large nuolber of erleasure seekers from Warnlambool rand the surrolndi, districts assem bled at the Park and s.ent an evrjoy able afternoon in the shelter of the plantations. The anaiorite made the journey by road. hut'a fair proportion preferred the river trilp. inrd the Lady Loreh was well natrnnised. trile Park is beconing nore popidar Severy year is. l. holiday and p...
THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
THE SPORTS. It was not lonicafter.the arrival of -tliddmras and:Ihoat. before Cr Webbl add, thlei menibers of.the Liberal Club assisted by M3iss Pratt. President of the A.W;N.L:. - comrienced prepara tions.for the 'amusement of the ju veniles. A lengthyv rogramme of races was. prenared for the Pleasure of the little:folk. and a salendid lot of prizes. had been acot to?rether as awards for the victors.- After a number of events for vounresters hid .bien run off, a halt was called;.durina which addresses were giveni by Mr. J. C. Manifoldl, IM.P.: and : Hon. Walter Manifold, IIL.OC. as renorted below, and l hen theseo.had-been concluded. hampers wereounnacked and some time was e, slpent n disoussinuitheir.contents. The hot .water -a"franoements were not quite. satisfactorv, but any deficiency in this?resnect' vas made good at the e-oaretaker's cottare. After tea the s?port, proraramme was resumed and comsrised.a number of events for' " adults which provided a lnt of fun.The prrincipal ...
TROUBLE STARTS AT MINE. Capetown, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
TROUBLE S'TARTS-AT -MINE. Capetown, fan. 11. It appears that Basutos at the Ja gersfmotein mineerefused: to work. they armed themselves with a.ouan hity of implements and attacked a white, whom they alleged had kicked a Basuao to death. The o.Basutos wreck ed the compound and took the mo ney intended for miners' wages.llhey qiutted th' compound and proceeded to invade the town. Capetorn, Jan. 11. Native trouble at Jagersfontoin nine compound is not denied; but police declare the trouble is not serious.
THE SPEECHES. FEDERAL AND STATE POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
r , TH ESPEECH ES. .FEDERA LAND, TATE VOLITICS. %C 3l.,WeVhil. resideiit of the S'Lral.Qb efnreB introdncing 'the Sv1-fios e"ii . i;;np?ali^d-f thle ,absence :. the J Han:, s.Tin Mtahi -rray, S.L.A. who was visitinzi the Borung electorate for the unrip)set of aSisting Mr. iHutchinson ini his caldidatureand also for Mr. J. F. lisfuf. \l.L.A..who had an eclancement at Port Fairv.The president then xttndedIl a Ieirt we! come to a!ll those re.st. and expretu e ed the opinion that such gatherings rhould he held more freouently as theys would be the means of bringing the Liberals together, and in that war tlhes ould he iii o1nsiderable assist ance in organisina the Liberal forces. The Liberal Club had ansointed an ornaisingt secretary.' and through the generosity of an anoanlnous donor they lhad.received si50 which had en abled thein' tolease offices in the Fed eral Chambers where the electoral Irollscould be insuected ."on Tuesdays I and Vi ednesdavs. - h. , r M es.r: 7,. ?lMa iifold, .[...
CRICKET. A TEAM VERSUS B TEAM. ANOTHER FINE PERFORMANCE BY W. McDONALD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
CRICKET. , L T llA VERSUS B TEAM. A-NOTHER FINE PERFORMANCE Y11 W. McDONALD. The senior local cricket competition was continued on Saturday,when A and 1 Teams of the Warrnambool Cricket i'lublmiet on the Warrinaibool Oric ket Oround. SA. Team were the first to bat, and 'eipt at the wickets all the afternoon, compiliiig the farniidable score of 402 for the loss of 6-wickets. W\. McDoul aid was again in splendid form, even his recent brilliant batting perform ances being eclipsed by his cotitribut iig more than half the line total.His score was 262 not out, the bowlers be ing poweless to cause hmn any dis comfort or difficulty at the wickets., J. Thompson also did excellently, scoring 69. before lie was caught. The scores were as'follow: WARRNALMBOOL A TEAM. . . First Innings. ;. McDonald, not out......... 262 . Thompson, c and b Spring.... C9 J ,ButTer, 1.b.w. b Redford ...... '.-WaVtson,; b Philpott.......... 17 ;t. eliemons, b lPhilpott ..... 0 J.Pattison, b StanIake ....... 2 .Il:...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
PERSONAL. The death occurred at Camper- &nbsp; down on Tuesday of Mrs. Hickey, wife of Mr. Michael Hickey, From Ireland Mrs. Hickey come to Victoria when a girl.of 18. Forty-five years ago Mr. and Mrs. Hickey made Warrnambool their home. Subsequently they lived at Corarooke. Fourteen years ago they came to Camperdown, and re mained here ever since. The deceased leaves a bereaved husband and family, of which the members are Messrs. De nnis, James. Michael, Garret and Jos eph Hickey.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 12 January 1914
WHOOPING COUGH. "My little boy had whooping cough &nbsp; vey badly." says Mrs. A. Henderon, The People's Store, 47 Elgen Road. Mornington, N.Z. "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and he &nbsp; &nbsp; got immediate relief. Since then I &nbsp; have always kept a bottle of this wonderful medicine by me and recom- mend it to everyone." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers. THE EVENT OF THE YEAR, TOWN HALL, 15TH & 16TH JANUARY, 1914 (TWO NIGHTS ONLY), MR. EDWARD BRANSCOMBE &nbsp; WILL PRESENT HIS ENTIRELY NEW ENGLISH COSTUME COMEDY COMPANY, THE DANDIES, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Dashing ! Delightful ! Debonair ! Including the following English Artists :—Kate Chekett, Soprano; May Gary, Contralto; Maisie Gray, Soubrette; Harry De Dobeck, Comedian; Gordon Lennox, Light Comedien; George Brookes, Baritone; Alex. M'Allis- ter, Tenor; David Norton, P...
GERMAN CROWN PRINCE. A STATEMENT DENIED. WHY HE WAS MOVED. (Reuter's Telegram) Berlin, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
GERMAN CROWN PRINCE. A STA.TEMENT DENIED. WHY HE WAS MOVED.. .(Leuter's Te'lrram) Berlin, Jan. 12. :T;ihe statement of the, "Taglische Rundschau" that 'the Crown Prince was transferred to Berlin because , f his unsatisfactory relations with his military superiors, especially with General Mackenzen (whom the Kaiser had selected as his son's adviser)..:'a replied to by the "Berliner Zeitung." hl'm latter journal, on behalf of the Crown Prince, denies that he had' any quarrel with the General and states "hat His Imperial Highness was mov ed to Berlin in order that he mignt stlidy:the: work of higher military commands. If: an emergency arose the Crown Prince would have a larger com mand than,that of a regiment.