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THE BRITISH FLAG. "A DIRTY ONE." "JIM" LARKIN'S OPINION. (Reuter's Telegram) London, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
THE BRITISH FLAG. "A DIRTY ONE." "JIM" LAJKIN's OPINION. (Ruutor's Telauram ' London, Jan. 12. A .meeting was held' in Dublin to day to invite the Lard Mayor to hold an itdepcndent inquiryinto the con duct of the polico during the strike riots in Ar,'ust kI:t. Mi. Jauiacs b:rkin, the Dublin rtr.icu? leadcr, in the cc;,rsu of an ad dreg to ',he gather ng, d ceribcd the" ';1ritish flag as a dirty one that cover ed more diseas aind dlegradation than anv other he know of. i.m'reulpon Oapt ain J. Il. White (so: of the lata Field-3farshal Sir George 1White, the defen:ior of Ladysmith), whol h:s been a sympilthiser with thlite strikers, strongly protested -against Liirkin's words, and withdrew.
MISS SYLVIA PANKHURST FREE ONCE AGAIN. (Reuter's Telegram) London, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
MISS SYLVIA PANKHURST FR ,E ONCEB AGAIN. ks.,qb r'p TIlearj 1 . London, Jan. 12. ;s:; F~ylia PanklhurA, who has been relelcd and ie-arrested on a number cf oea ians since she was sen tcaeced to ,thea . non. i iii isc.itnnent in July test, ic fre? oa.:, again. 'lle .:ffragett. leader was re-arrest ed. on January 3 (after being free sinico Octcbcr 22), bat she ipromlptly hunger stlieck, and tha athol:ities were t'"c ed to-day to relae.e her.
NEW STEAMER PURCHASED AUSTRALIAN COASTAL TRADE. (Reuter's Telegram.) London, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
NEW STEAMER PURCHASED AUSTRALIAýN COASTAL TRADE. CReutea'e Telegram.) Londohi , Jan. 10.; Messrs., Mcllwraith, MoEachar'p and Company liavr purchased a now steamer ,for, to AAustralian 'coastl trade. The .vessel, which j i ow near ing comp]otition at Sunderland, will he of 7,300. teoai iegister. The pur haseo price vas £49,000.
TROUBLE STARTS AT MINE. Capetown, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
TROUBLE STARTS AT MINE. Oapotown, Jan. 11. ..It appears. that -lasutos ht tihe Ji gersfontein mino refused, to work. I'hoy armed themsolves with a quan tity of implements and attacked a white, whom they alleged' had kicked a Basuto to death. The Basutos wreck ed. th compound and took thoe mo ney intended for miners' wages.They quitted to compound and proceeded to invddo the town. O ... . apetown, Jan. 11. Native trublo at JagersfonteinI mine compound is not denied, but police declaro tlib tr6b6le is not serious.
ALLANSFORD. THE JAPANESE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
ALI?ANSFORO. :tFroa Our Correipondejit.) J THE JAPANESE FAI! On Wednesday` evening a ball' and suppwer (organised by, Mlrs Nicol) in aid of tile, Japanese feto was held in the Mechanics -lnstitute. Owing to the oppressive heat,i the attendance was fair. The ladies provided the sup per,and Messrs. Morgan and Davis weru the musicians, and Mr. Dalton acted as M.C.
COUNTRY EDITION. CIVIL WAR THREATENED CHAOS IN SOUTH AFRICA. GREAT STRIKE OF RAILWAYMEN TRAINS STOP RUNNING. USE OF DYNAMITE. CITIZEN ARMY MOBILISED. (Reuter's Telegram.) Pretoria, Jan. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
1COUNTRY EDITION. -- - CI VII WAR THREATENED ~-a-- CHAOS IN SOUTH AFRICA. GREAT STRIKE OF RAILWAYMEN TRAINS STOP RUNNING. USE OF DYNAMITE. CITIZEN ARMY MOBILISED.' (Reut-r', Telegram.) , Pretoiia. Jan10. " The belief entertained yesterday that the Transvaal.railway strike was S rfiasco. turns out to' lave been pre S ature.. It appears that the stoppage came too suddenly fori ssoe of the uhions. but ballots were hastijy taken ': :.,a:nd the.result is. that the ;uards, en g~ine-drivers. arid shunters have now ceased work throughout the Transvaal aiid. the" Oringo Free State.. ,-'All, trains except mail-trains "have now, ceased on the Rand. A proclam atio: h'is li&ii.issmifitdalling out the entire citizen army of the Transvaal on the -,rouad that serious disturb ncees are iinticidated. The troops are now nuardine the coal stores. All is quiet at the Bold mines., The leave of iall:liimperial imv'm diceri stationed in South, Afri. bhas beeh withdrawn th :liuh the British trdops w...
CITIZENS' DEFENCE FORCE. EXPECTED FORCE OF 60,000 MEN. RAPID MOBILIZATION. Johannesburg, Jan. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
CITIZENS' DEFENCE FORCE. ?XPIrCTED FORCE OF 60,000 MEN. RAPID MOBILIZATION. - Ji oliannesburg, Jan. 11. ".TThi citizen defenco force is mobiliz ing with w vonderful rapidity ..The mai :body is encamped iii the Wan dorers' Cricket Ground, in the centro of the'city. Contingents nio posted Lt strategic points along the entire reef. General Do la Ray is ill command of 10,000 ' burghers, including. 1000 from ILichtenburg. The latter lifrived in trains driven by officers of the de fence force. The mobilization is being conducted without evidenco of panic. It is eotim itid 'tlamt it.:ill: piroduco 60,000 men. The strike committee ofrailwanymen has notified strikers who.are members of the defence force that 'they shoulld report theisiselvs to tlhe iauthorities if' ordered. Johannesburg is already like a !city in a stage of seige. Troopers and in fantry are everywhere. The shops and hotels are barricad ed, and the public-houses ?losed.
CRICKET. LAANG v. NIRRANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
CRICKET. LAANG v. N •RRANDA. Nirranda travelled to ;Laang on Saturday ini connection iwith the Kav anagh trophy, and after a keen and exciting contest, the visitors were victorious by 5 runs. The -fielding ahd lioniig..of both teams was good, R.. Hall bringing off two of: the best catches ever seen on the local ground. The scores were as under: S .NIRRANDA: ; It. Biurliie, It. Hall, b G. Hall. J 1. U: Lea b G. Hall .. ... 0...,.. i 0 J." Wallace,,run out ...:.r,:..: 'l' 'Wailh ce, b c McE an ......... LS A. Lawlroi; e . Hall, b G. Hall.. ,' R. 'Frost,h McEwan ........ -I H:. M'Geinan, c and b G. Hall : A.,Dale, b McEwan ..."........ ' ;1 0. Saddler, c Richardson, b Vaug hain 3 J. Cummings, not out ......... 1 c.: Burleigh, c II Batten, b McEwan ...... Sundries................ Total .:.....:........ Bowling: Hall, 4 for 30; Meiwan, 4 for 16- Richardson, 0for 12; TVaug han, 1 for 2. LAANG. B. Batten, b Dale .............. : V". Jolihstone, b Wallace....... 1 u.'Hall, c Frost, b Wallac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 13 January 1914
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