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AMERICAN HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

AMERICAN HUMOUR. Tho Unoxpectod.-The oflicc-boy opened the door and looked in. ^ "My grandmother " he began. "Bah!" snorted the boss. "Has just died " "Wow !." yelled the boss. "Has just died and left me a lot of money-and I've resigned. See?" And he softly closed the door. "Cleveland Plain Leader." * » » » . Procrastination.-A gentleman who had been in Chicago only three days, but who had been paying attention to a prominent' Chicago belle, wanted to propose, but was afraid he would be thought too hasty. He delicately broached the subject as follows: "If I were to speak to you of mar riage, after only having made your acquaintance three days ago, what would you say to it?" "Well, I should say, never put off till to-morrow what you should have done the day before yesterday." "Life." »*.'*» On tho Contrary.-The stroke of midnight had just died away, when Mrs. Miggs shook her sleeping side partner and chattered "H-IIcnry, lis ten ! So-soineonc's breaking in 1" Henry sat up and listene...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

Ali'JF. HARDEN Has.-iuat rccoivod a SPECIAL LINE GIRLS'! BOYS' & MAIDS SCHOOL BOOTS, Copper Toes, Jpriggod anil IIcoI Platb Juat tho thing for Wintor woar, At SEASON ABLE PEIOES for CAS Also a splendid rmorlniont of ) Gents' & Ladies' Bsils | Including the latent shape?. BEPAIBS at following Pricos for OAS!.! ONLY. Geoff/ solo and hod from ... I)h fid Ladies' do. 2b Cd Bojh & GirlB do. 2a Od Dunlop Hoels fixctl on. Ladios' ... 1b. Qonts' lu Od Hand Sown WosU a Speciality I Local Agont for tbo London, L'Wpool and Globo Fire Ijicni-nnro Of, Piano and Organ Timing ] LONG exporienco, skill, and moBt caru | ful attention to tho repairin branches.-with latest machine applianco and first-elanB materials, I can make a ?norn or old piano as good as now Uraer i at Blackband's News Agoncy. F HOWARTH, 805 fiturt atreot, near Erard BAI't'ARAT Our Boys' Excelsior | BUTCHERY ESTABLISHMENT; fill Uesperandum. J OHN SPARK heroin desires to xr Thank the ¥. blio of Clunes and ; ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. OLUNES OLD BOYS. (TO THE EDITOR). [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. OLUNES OLD BOYS. (TO Tin; EDITOR). Stu,-In other parts o£ Victoria it has becomo an established i£ not a desirable custom, for the old boys and girls of any town to annually assemble to join in a celebration in honor of the place of their birth, nnd to renow acquaintances of tlieir school days. Old- Clunes boys have had their gatherings in Melbourne, but I think it would be far better to fostor the spirit of patriotism and love of home by having, an annual gathering at Clunes. Clunes boys and girls are spread all over Australasia, if not of tho world, and I feel that the time is now ripe for some of the old Clunes boys to take the initiative to have a reunion at Clunes, and which I hope will prove sufficiently popular to be . of annual recurrence.' -Yours, etc., W. J. NICROLLS.

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A small bag of sulphur, suspended in a bird's cage, is healthy for the birds, and will keep away parSsites. Pencil marks on linon should bo rub bed off before washing, aa water sota : tho lead mark. '? ; An indiarubber bottlo filled wtith ; nearly boiling water will relievo cold ? in tho chest and internal pains of moat ' kinds. t Salt will curdle now milk; honco in - preparing milk porridge, gravies, ote., i the salt |hould not bo added until the ; dish is prepared. , Wooden tubs which' are not in daily ; use, should havo a litti© oold water left-in them. If allowed to dry, thay ? will crack and fa]] to pieces. Hot dripping must nover be poured iuto a vessel containing cold dripping, i or 'it will turn, musty in a very short time. ' A handful of raisins cut in halves! ? and stowed with penrs is a good and inexpensive substitute for tho port wine which is usually cooked with them. If a handkerchief lias been washed at homo and an .iron is not handy, stretch it over ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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WHAT IS THE MATTER? (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

WHAT IS THE MATTER 1 (to THE EDITOn.) Sin,-Less thandozen ye;\rs ago duties was noted for? its Christmas 1 carol singing. Now "that notoriety appears to have departed. As one who lias not visited the old town for a fow years, on Christinas Eve I natur-1 ally expected to see groups hero and there carol singing; but tho only remnant of tho goorj old days I could find was a combination of vocalists interpreting-and may I say credit ably-carols of modern composition, and in tho general sense unfamiliar to tho ear. But what I would like to ask, Mr Editor, whit is the reason that lias apparently prevented our > young carol singers from going here and thero and giving the residents generally the benefit of the melody formerly associated with a Clunes Yuletide. Yours, etc., W. J. NICHOLLS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

^ Luna Parle, at St Kildre, again pro vided a sensation on Tuesday night, which caused great coocorn amongst the large crowd of people present. While travelling on a motor-cyclo at a speed of 80 miles an hour in an en closed saucer-track, known as tho motordrome, a young man lost control of his machine, and was hurled 30 ft in the air. How ho escaped death ia marvellous. CJunes Building Society. 'THE usual Fortnightly Meeting for receiving subscriptions and pay ments will bo heldat the Free Library, to-morrow (Saturday) evening, Jan uary 3rd. Office open from half-post seven, to half-past eight o'clock. F.' J. MATTHEWS, Secretary. METHODIST OHUROH, CLUNES SUNDAY, JANUARY 4th. Morning at 11, Mr Btjor. Evoning at 7, Rev. W, Moore. bT. PAUL'S CHURCH. SUNDAY, JANUARY 4tb, 11 a.m., Holy Communion ; 11 a,m., Mattius; 7 p.m. Bvensonjr, LOST-11 6W6S, comeback, branded like 5 in bluck, blue rtiddlo on back. 10s reward. P, Donovan, " Tho tHill," Learmontb. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ALLANDALE. J B...

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EMPIRE DAY CONCERT. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

EMPIRE DAY CONCERT. (TO THK EDITOR.) SIR,-It is unfortunate- for the originator of this correspondence that he should have been indiscreet enough in his letter which appeared in Tues day's issue, to raise the question of "courtesy." I had purposely re frained from referring to the obvious in this respect, but the writer hus now brought it on himself. It is wonderful how some people who totally neglect what is due to others in the way of courtesy, expect it for themselves. To begin with, was it courteous to his fellow members of the Kmpiro Day concert sub-committee to make an attack on tho general com mittee without first consulting them 1 .Was it courteous, to put it in the mil dest possible form, to publicly ad versely criticise the management of the Empire Day-celebrations on the. eve of the writer's departure from the town 1 And further, I have not the slightest doubt, had the responsible officers of the Empire Day celebrations beeD approached with the courtesy due to them, there...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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FACTS AND FANCIES. Dragons and Unicorns. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

FACTS AND FANCIES. Dragons and Unicorns. Although they Jiavc always -had a bad reputation in. tile West, dragons are in China and other Eastern coun trise regarded as more or Jess benefi cent beings. The unico'tn, on the other other hand, was an'-old concep tion as the type or myth of a noble hero. For centuries its horn was re garded as an infallible antidote against poison, and the food of the French kings and queens was touc hed with an object purporting to be a portion of the horn of the animal. Unicorns were supposed never to make their appearance save in a well-governed country, and there was no tradition that they had ever been seen in Eng land. - Wast Indian Sponges. | One of the staple industries of the Turks and Caicos Islands is sponge fishing. The sponges are obtained by diving, and" the boats used are fitted with glass panes in ' the bottom, | through which the presence of spon [ Res is- easily detected. Every evening the sponges hooked during the day . ore placed root ...

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BECKWORTH. HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

BEOKWORTrf. HARVEST. Harvesting operations in this district are now Hearing completion, and. the district presents a busy ap pearance. The ci'ops are yery good, most of the hay being of fine quality, and it has been beautiful harvest weather. The grass has dried off rapidly during the recent hot weather, and an outbreak of fire now would be a hard matter to cope with, Picnio parties and others Bhould exercise every care in this respect, SXAJCES, Snakes are plentiful. One killed recently measured seven feet three inches. It was of the black variety, and fought desperately. FISHING, At Learmonth fishing 1/as been very slow. . A practical man with the .tickling informs me that he has sat for hours at a timeyfttohing his floater, and not a nibble, and at tho same.'time . he has seen' numbers of peroh gliding along near the water's edge. . His opinion, with many otheni'on this matter, .is that the fish have plenty of food at present. At, Bo-peep Creek, six miles distant, the perch are bi...

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A BRAVE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

A BRAVE MA^. The history of the Du Fonts ot Delaware, founders of the powder busi ness in America, lives and breathes fa very air of high, firm courage. Alexis I, du PflnJ was killed in the big explosion in 1837 nt the wine works, and La Motte du Pont was blown to death at the Repauno ?vorJcs in 1884. Following a compara tively recent pxplosion at the Hagley Mills on the Brandywina, Vjctpr du Pont 3rd is. credited with carrying a flaming #ynny-sack out of tt)e danger zone. -This is the most recent instance of the Du Pont family characteristic. Fifty years ago Alexis I. du Pont, son of Eleuthere Irenee du Pont de Nemours, whose natural inclinations 1 for scientific pursuits were responsible [ for the foundation of the parent plant' on the Brandywine, was in one of the] mixing-houses, trying to shift a heavy' wooden box. In sliding across tho floor the box generated a spark, and in an instant the room was ablaze. As it was Saturday, only a few pounds of powder remained in (h61 house, ...

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SPORTING NOTES. A RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

SPORTING NOTES. " PAKEHA.") A ItETROSPEOT. The timo £has swung round for me , to " dive my fives into my hair" and i look backwards on the past twelve ' months irom a sporting point of view. After doing so, I once again come to the conclusion that as tar as sport is concerned Clunes can hold its ' end of the stick up alright. I take ' first THE COURSING CLUB, which is in the very front rank of open coursing clubs in the State, with i a president (Mr Geo. Fraser) who can be termed " a king of presidents," noted throughout the Stato for his generosity, and is well backed up by an array of vice-presidents, namely, Messrs A. Clarke, A. L. Nnae, G. Leishman and O. Fawcett, who are enthusiasts to the .core. The other 1 officers are a good working team and worthily support that veteran field marshal, -Mr J. Weathorson, and his lieutenant, Mr J. Anderson. The treasurer (Mr G. C. Sy tuons) is a past master at the game, whilst the secre tary (Mr A. E. Kempson) leaves nothing : undone. ? Finan...

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CHARACTERS READ FROM THUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

CHARACTERS READ FROM THUMBS. just as the chin gives qualities to the face, so the thumb marks the personality oi the hand and is an unerring index to a man's natural strength or weakness of 'character. The man . 5vitH a lohff, '-straight thumb, square at the tip,T possesses good mental capacity, and can always be relied upon to carry out success fully any work with which he muy be entrusted. His temperament is even and judicial; he is a born governor of men, overcomes difficulties, . carries himself with dignity, and by his ability to concentrate all his faculties upon the matter in hand, combined with his tenacity of purposo, rapidly becomes a power amongst his fellows. If the thumbs be long, thick, heavy i at the tip, with the joints prominent, a tyrannical and cruel nature is indi cated, everything being viewed from an intensely selfish standpoint. A short, straight thumb shows ob stinacy and driving power. If very thick and heavy at the tip, a brutish, unreasoning disposition . ...

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NEW, ODD, INTERESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

NEW, ODD, IN TEU EBTiiSG. The-annual profit of thd Suez Canal is £2,750,000. - - /..?..Paper was first made by the Chinese B.C. 2jo. .' 'Thqy.averag'e rainfall of the globe is tllirty-six inches. . .. A steel rail lasts, with average : wear, , about-eighteen years. !. .? _ The , mean..-annual temperatures oi tiiC rglobe is 50 deg. Fahr..J_.v ., .. " Thercjis'-no^jrax t0 bend wood bet . ter or chcnper than by steaming;' ' - . . Fish will , drown if'the action of their gills-; is disturbed or interfered ivith. - In-A.D.-. 105 Trajan built a magnifi cent stone "bridge, across the Danube 4,770 feet long. . -'The great acia'tdvrct which supplied . Carthage ....witfif "water WSS'Tsevcnty miles long. . . . Iron corrodes with great rapidity at or about the temperature of boiling water. A flower cut in the morning will last twice as long- as one. cut in the day , ..when the sun is shining upon it. "?i The diamond drill takes its name from the black, diamonds with which . it is pointed ?Many ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

On Face, Hands and Legs, Ashamed ' to Take- Children Out. Looked Dreadful. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. In Fortnight Quite Free from Sores. 427 Day St., Tort Melbourne, Tic. fcrlos from very ijasty soreg on fact), hands hob "water, bullied cores well'with it ami . - applied Cuticura. Ointment ojiclcari ran.' "I ; . IravO nuicli pleasure In;informins. you-Uw& :* in: airco from; sores."" XJeforo T tried Cuticura Soap and . Ointment I was really ashamed to taketho children out. Tlioy; looked dreadful and . tho nclglibours -\vero airaldto let tlicIrllttloV . ones play/with iiilne, .In ease they got sores oUo. I think Cuticura Is pplcndid also for . 'tlio hair;as.it* cleanses tho scalp fromdan-\ . drufi, .etc., and so promotes Growth. - ' . ? . "My sistor la at. prosbnt using. It for Aocremaonarmsaudneck. "IthinkCuticura . to tho. best soap ono'l'can iiso." (Signed)'*-. &fnr. May Poison,. Sept; 25, 1912. ., , 3\For treating poor comploxlonsVrcd, rough,' iianda/and dry...

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Clunes Guardian & Gazette THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLICGOOD THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

§1830(1 (f aaflHsa § (jsneUe TUE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE 1'UBUCCTOOI) THURSDAY, JANUARY L, 1914 I Tho Loyal Clunes Lodge, of the ! MiTT.1.0:0.]?., met on Tuesday overl ing, tho N.G\, Bio. J. S. Cook, being in the ohaii1. Seasonable greetings ?were extended to the brethron by the N.G. Two letters of recommendation, and one clearance were granted. Tiio receipts for the evening [totalled £0 17s id, and the expenditure (includ ing sick pay, £13 10a)^ £14 Is./ Tlie Talbot Shire Council will meet at the Shire Hall, JJunach, on Monday next, at 11 a.m. The council invites tenders for work, particulars of which will bo found in advertisement.: ' Tenders ore invited by the Borough Courioii, till 3 p.m. on Wednesday next, 7th insfc., for cutting down and removal,.of gum trees, ate., at the Queen^ park. Mr/ Hunt anticipates that tho weather lo-ilay wiif bo moro or-' loss unsettled and wai'm. There is at present1 passing over the southern part of the Stato a scries of cyclonic waves, which are usu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

- AT - W. J. OHAMP10 N'S. KNEW CHRISTMAS GOODS. Fifty Pieces of Linoleum. IN ALL WIDTHS and NEW PATTERNS. We can Cover Your Rooms Without a Join, as we have a nioe . . ' lot ot Linoleums twelve feet wide. CURTAINS ! CURTAINS ! FIFTY PAIRS of the Latest Curtains to Select From, la 6d to 25s pair -..New. Buogalo Net Curtains, 5s 6d and* 7s 6d- . ... FOR"15ENTS. Five Hundred Smart Ties and Silk Handkerchiefs. . . . New Fur and Panama Hats, , . . s Ready-To-Wear TAILOR-MADE SUITS, . - AfiTast Quantity of Useful Articles suitable for Christmas Gifts. ALL' FRESH AND UP-TO-DATE AT W. J. CHAM P 10 ITS. WE'' HAVE JUST LANDED A GREAT VARIETY OF NEW GOODS SUITABLE FOR XMAS AND THE HOLIDAYS .« - Xmas Greetings to All 1 . .FROM . ' KEG. THOMAS* r * * *.> j-rJyVj .v."- . . . -- > We Have Just Opened a Large Assortment in Fancy Lines for the Christmas Trade. -Ladies-Lace Collars. ^ .w ^Ladies'Lace; and Muslin. Jabots Fancy Embroidered Handkerchiefs. . ,'4 Children's Handkerchiefs in Fancy Bo...

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RANDOM READINGS. CLINKING GLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

RANDOM, READINGS. CLINKING GLASSKS. la his book, "Tho Mosollo,'' Mr. Charles Towor gives, on tho authority of a friend, who livod at tho over-fam ous town of Berncastlo, tlio origin of tlio groat custom of tlio Clinking Glas3: "They say hereabouts that tho Sonses were at tho tablo to a bottlo of tho Doctor. Tho Hand passed lov ingly down tho long nock of tho cool body of tlio bottlo- 'That foolB well," said tho hand, and drow tho cork. Then the oyo dwelt a littlo while on ? iiio gold of the wino in tho clear glass, 'That looks well,' said tho Eye. Then thonoso caught the wonderful aroma, and the nostrils quivered to it. "That smells well,' said tho Noso. 'All,' said the Tonguo, as the wino touched it and passed, leaving tho eternal elusivo fragrance tlioro, " That tastes well.' But tho Ear asked: 'Have I no share.in this matter?' So they clinkedglasses."

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SUICIDE BEFORE MIRROR. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

SUICIDE BEFORE MIRROR. Robert John Wilson, a miner, employed. at tho Proprietary mine, Broken Hill; committed suicide by cutting bis throat with a razor early on Tuesday morning at the Criterion Hotel, where fee was stay ing. He rose shortly after 6 o'clock, and, standing in front of a looking-glass, deliberately slashed his throat in the presence of his room-mate, who vainly attempted to stop him. Death was almost instantaneous. Wilson was 41 years of age, and unmarried. He had resided in Broken Hill for many years. Evidenco was given at the inquest that he had been drinking heavily during tho holiday season. He had complained of being unable to sleep. A verdict of suicide was recorded. During the strike of miners ' and laborers on the Geelong sewerage con tract^ it is alleged, a Connewarre farmer- named Dyer went to the assistance of Messrs Stone and Siddeley and filled the place of one of the strikers on the works. On Tucs day Dyei'-broujjhl a; load oE cbaffi into Geelong, and at...

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Wireless Telegraphy. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

Wireless Telegraphy. BY N. S. GILMOUR. Such vapid progress has been made in the development of this wonderful art, that but few people realise its present capabilities and future possibilities. It. has proved itself to be of incalculable wDrth as a means of saving many livesatsea. During the recent Balkan War it was found to be of'immense value in directing operations from a distance, and remaining in touch with head quarters. Much valuable meteoro logical data has been obtained via wireless from the Mawson Expedition stations in the Antarctic. All modern passenger vessels are now fitted with wire less apparatus in charge of a trained operator, and whereas in the.olden days ships would be out of touch with land for days at a time, wireless has now pro vided a means by which passen gers on board may keep in touch with their social and business friends on land, for practically the whole of the voyage. All progressive countries have erec ted land stations situated where practicable nea...

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COGHILL'S CREEK. PRESENTATION TO MR T. QUINLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 1 January 1914

COGHILL'S WEEK. PRESENTATION TO MR T. QUINLIYilN. After a residence of over 60 years in the Coghill's Creek and Learmonth districts, Mr Thomas Quinlivaa has sold his property, and is removing to Gippsland. But his friends in the surrounding districts would not allow him to leave without some tangible proof of the respect in which they held him. On the 26th inst., Messrs Holmes and Grills drove up to Mr Quinlivan's house and presented him with a purse containing 01 sovereigns which had bten subscribed. There have not been many men in tho Bal larat district who have given more time and industry to the improvement of farm machinery generally than Mr Quinlivan has. Among the many improvements could be mentioned liis device for self-feeding on the threshing machine, also the loading platform which dispenses with bag lifting on same, Then his latest work was his engine, in which it is the maker's device to propel with each ot the four wheels. He was a man of few words, kind to a fault, bu...

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