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SPORTING NOTES. BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

SPORTING NOTES. (BY "PAKEHA.") BOWLING. Tlio local secretory endeavored to got a . lfiatch on with Oreswiek next Thursday, but failed. Creswick however, nre willing to play the return with Clunes on Monday after noon next, Eight Hours day. Un. fortunately, Clunes is one of very few towns which fail to keep this statu tory holidiiy, so it's doubtful if a team could be got together. How ever, the secretary intends to try, so all those who can go, are requested tcf linnd in their names ns soon as pos sible. This will be the last match tor the season, so an extra effort should bo made to play it. ?FOOTBALL. Football will be in full swing next Saturday, when the Leaguo programme will be entered upon ; according to reports ail the Melbourne teams are strengthened this season. St. Kilda certainly are' by the in clusion of J. MeNamara, Essendon's great goal kicker. "Whether lie will shine in league matches as bright as he did in the association matches is a query, 1 hardly think lie will. M...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCIENTIFIC USES OF THE RADISH. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

V SCIENTIFIC USES OF. THE RADISH. An alcoholic solution of the skiu o! I a red radish serves an excellent in dicator Qf tost for acids and bases, rln the presence of acids the colourless solution turns pink while with bases -alkaline solutions-fy. turns yellow*; It is well known that many plant ex tracts such as litmus * ll(j animal pro ducts Uk»- "bctiineal possess this pro ? perty of developing marked colouri I with acids and bases, ^but no Othe{ indicator is so simply made.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Why Hair Falls Out. THE CAUSE—AND ITS PREVENTION. DR. N. DUCLAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

Why Hair Falls Out. THE O&TJSE-AND ITS PRE VENTION. DIT. N. DUCLAUD. Your hair falls out either because the.rools shrivel up and dje,' or be cause the scalp relaxes and loosens its hold upon the hair roots. This, is almost invariably due to dandrufi germs which rob the hair of its nutri tion, actually starving it to death, To stop falling hair and prevent total or partial baldness the dandruff germ must be destroyed. For this purpose, physicians and hair specialists now invariably prespribp a lqtion composed of yl drain menthol crystals, J} oiinces of bay rum, and one ounce of Javona de composee. Itub well into the scalp with the finger tips, and every dan druff germ will be destroyed within two or three days. The hair will stop falling out and begin to grow,at 'an aiijaaipg pifg, find brittle, and scanty i)aii' \vijl quiclijy fj.epojfie jggft, glossy and luxuriant. rJ?hp v.osiflts following the use of this formula are so truly remarkable that I strongly advise every reaclor...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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PURIFYING AIR IN ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

PURIFYING Alii IN XtOOMS. To purify, the air of offices or sick rooms, soak a few pieces of paper in a solution, of saltpetre and allow thorn to dry. When desired for uso, lay B hanutiil of flowers of lavender in a tin pan with a few pieces of tho paper and ligiit, The aroma is refreshing and tifeiotablo and drivos away insects. If hot. water is procurable ft few drops of oil of lavender in a glass or very hot muter i& good. It purifies tho air at Mice and olfectivcly rid tho room of dies and insects of all kinds.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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THE STORY OF A FAMOUS INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

THE STORY OF A FAMOUS . INVENTION. A railway accident that wrecked the train in which rodo George' 'Westing house, an alert young American, set him thinking how such accidents could bo averted. As he watched the train hands struggling- with the inefficient lmnd-brakcs the idea flashed into his min'd, "If tliore were only some way by which the driver could brake th« train." For months ho thought of little ela® except this, question. One hot day, aa ho was sitting at his desk, a littlo girl timidly approached him with a ro quest that the would subscribe to a magazine. Young Westinghouse.. busy and absorbed, but incapable of .speak ing roughly to a child, purchased a copy and turned to his work. But the end of the task was at hand, for in the mngazino nt his elbow lay tho phrase that was to solve the pro blem of the. air-brake. His model for his famous brake had been completed, but tho operating: power was unsatis factory. In idly turning .over the pages ol; Jfio-Baafozinft "Westing-ho...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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WE OWE THE LIFT TO SAVAGES [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

WE OWE THE LIFT TO SAVAGES. Wo seldom realise how many articles of supposed modern invention havo been handod down to us from savage ilio lift, for instance, is not " icnown to bo of savage origin. the Indians of Central and South America have for many centurieB pn&t eiu-ctud cotton-weaving by means of a loom almost as highly finished and as jorato as our own. Yarn* or truo citton fibro is made by the Indians of P'rana and woven into hammocks of most lovely hues and patterns, whicK' li:u c been copied by us. Felt wna first r: .1.'? by Polynpsion savages. They manufactured coverings for their houses,' blankets, carpota, and many other household articles so excellently . that our felt . goods have never yob suroassed thqm.. From tho inner baric of ascertain, Kind, of tree tho. Hawaiian. ..nativps-pt^uced;:mS%rial-.co^BoIt -nndJ fine-that garments could'easily , bo mndo oji'Hho same. The people of Tahiti in rented mortar by bringing up lumps of coral from tho seay burning; it, ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

THE MAILS. TIMES Ot. CliOSINS AND RE CEIVING Mails jloue at.thelPoati Office, Clunea as follows: Talbot. Maryborough,2 Castlemaine -8 a m daily Tourollo, Creswick, Ballarat, Mel bourne 8a m-daily Tourello, Creswick, Ballarat, Mel bourne-1,10 p m daily ' I Talbot aud Maryborough-2,30 pm daily. . Creswick and Ballarat-7.5 pm daily i Talbot; andJMary borough (includes all I letters, &o,, for Melbonrno)-8 p m daily . Glengower-3 p m Tuesdays and Fn A late fee of one penny will be aooep> ted after the time lor closing, audi op to the actual closing of the mail bags Mails received at the Foat office, Olnues, as follows: - I Talbot and Maryborough-8.45 a m daily | Creswiok,. Ballarat, and Melbourne 8.45 a m daily Talbot, Maryborough, Oastlemoine, and Melbourne-1.50 p m daily Creswiok and. Ballarat-2.65 p m doily Talbot-7.60 p m daily Tourello, Creawiok. Ballarat and Mel bourne-0,20 p m daily ADVANCE B CLTJNES BUTCHER, HAS ON SAIiE Primeat of Beet Mutton and Lamb. (ireat Bednotio...

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A NEW THEORY OF SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

A NEW THEORY OF SLEEP. That wo sleep, not because wo are .xhausted, but in order to avoid being: exhausted, is the way in which tho Genera physiologist, Clnparede, formu lates a new theory. According to this conception, which has been. further elaborated by Tromner, sleep is not the rosult of fatigue, but an impulsive self disinfection process, which tho body from timo to timo conducts against itself, so to speak, in order to get rid of waste products before they have a chance to become injurious. Dr. Adolf Koelsch draws attention to tho fact that just as combustion of fuel for tho production of heat and energy is al ways attended by lashes and slag, so the slow combustion which; produces heat and energy in tho body by means of metabolic changes, is likowise at tended by waste. He says: "Since tho senses never como to rest voluntarily or shut themselves off from tho outer world,, a point would eventually bo reached when tho organism would per ish as a victim of general nervo. ex hau...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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MARKETS. BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

MARKETS. BALJJARAT PRODUCE MAR KET. The quotations are:-Wheat, 3s 9d for prime milling. Oats: Fair feed, la' 9d to Is }Qd for atout, heavy milling. Peas, 4s to -is 3d. Barley : Prime, 3s 3d to 3s 4d; fair to good, 2s lOd to 3s. Cape, 2s to 2s 2d, Flour, £8, Bran, £5. Pqltard, £5, Potatoes, new £4 Da to £4 15s. fjay i Best ohafling, £'2; manger, £2 5s. Straw, 32s 6d. BALLAllAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET, Phillips and Ciiamberlain report: Butter: Prime factory prints Is 2d j lump, Is lj^d; separator, lOd tp lOj^d ; dairy, 8d. Eggs, Is '$d, Bacon | Sides, ljd ; mjddlep, Jg j hams, Is 3d. Hqney, 3d to 9j^d, LaH i/i Cheese, O^d 7j^d_ Onions:' Drf>u^a Spanish, £8, New Potatoes, L£4 to £5.

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A FUGITIVE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

A FUGITIVE CHINESE. The sight of a well-dressed China man running at top speed, with Con stables Goode and Richardson in hot pursuit, from Bridge-street, Bendigo through a lane near Albert Hotel, and along M'Crae-sfcrnet, into the enclosure at the rear of tho School of Mines, provided a deal of diversion for people who happened to bo in that locality on Sunday afternoon. Tho constables, who were in plain clothes, were on the lookout for the occupier of premises in the Chinese quarters known us No 272, where a' big haul of opium, valued at about £180, and over £70 in cash, was effected by the police on Easter Mon day. They espied a man' who answered the description, but ho saw them just at the same moment,- and tuade an unsuccessful attempt to escape, The prisoner on being taken to the city watch house gave the name of Acko Geoy, 48 years, but he is also known as Ah Sing. When searched the sum of £6 3s 8d in cash, a railway return ticket for Albnry and a bunch of keys were found in h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

INDIGESTION AND HEAD " ACHES. HAD NO DESIRE TO EAT. GOOD HEALTH RESTORED BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. "Seeing one of your pamphlets some years ago," writes Mrs S. A. Tebble, of Olinda-st., Quarry Hill, Bendigo, "and at that period being completely run down, having lost consider able weight, I decided to give Dr Morse's In dian Root Pills a trial to rectify what I con? sidered to be Indigestion. I Mrs S. A. Tebble. sqfforet| much From a Photo. with Flatulency and Sick Headaches, and had little or no desire to eat. These symptoms soon vanished under a course of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills. My diges tion improved and the system gener ally was toned up. My weight again becr>tt)Q no{-m;i|, .">nd I have nevep pad anything to complain, of since. I re commend them to my friends and have every foitH in ywv modicina, You can utilise these lines if thought fit. I am a mother of sixteen children." Flatulence is caused by imperfect digestion. The.. food ferments and gases form that c...

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ST. PAUL'S S. SCHOOL. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

ST. PAUL'S S. SCHOOL. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. , The annual ten, concert, and distri bution of prizes in connection with St. ! Paul's Church of England Sunday school took place on Wednesday last. The vicar (Rev. P. T. 0. Reynolds), ' and toachcrs attended in every way to the requirements of the little ones, who spent a most enjoyable time, j The pri^e list was'Us follows :? l1 .V GIltLS. 1 Mrs" Skellett's class.-Eflie God frey, Ij Maud Batten, 2; Madge Cutler, 3. Speoiahpi'ize, Ellio Thomp son. " . Miss Mortimers class.-^Ida Rey nolds, 1; Constance Eutwistle, Mamie Friiser, Doris Payne, Muriel Payne, equnl for second. Miss A. Matthews' class.-Florence Hunter, 1 ; Ivy Entwistlc, 2; Isabel Small, Annie Godfrey, equal for third. Miss McAlister's class.-Verna Frau klyn, Trixio Rogers, equal for first; May Rowe, 2; Kathleen McLennan, 3. Miss Fawcett's class.-Norma Reynolds, 1; Charlotte Dawson, 2. Miss Matthews' class.-May Stein hauser, 1; Margaret Longhurst, 2; Lilly Toole, Dulcie Payne. HOY...

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CLUNES WATERWORKS. INSPECTION OF WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

GLUMES WATERWORKS. INSPECTION OF WEIR. On Thursday last the Cluilea Water | Commissioners rondo an inspection of the .weir and pipe head baBin, etc., situated on-Biroh's creek, at Clements ton. It has been customary in the past for tho head resorvoir at Ncwlyn to be visited uIBO, but on this occasion it was decided to givo the -whole day for an inspection of tho Clemontston works. The commissioners well knew | that they were in a bad state, and : were gradually getting worse, and it was imperative that steps should bo taken to secure necessary repairs, j Tho commission Btrongly desired tho | presence ot the popular member for the district (Sir A. J. Peacock), in order to show the stato of tho works, and the date of inspection was suitable , for his attendance. Sir Alex. Poa-1 cock arrived by the iirst train on ; Thursday morning, and accompanied j the commissioners and their wives, and other Indies, to the weir at Wheeler's bridge. The commissioners and Sir Alexander walked to the p...

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A COUNT ARRESTED FOR THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

A COUNT ARRESTED THE??, A sensational arrest was effec ted on Sunday by the PariB polioe. A man who was suspected of beini? ^sponsible for certain I other offences was seen following ! a representative of a jawellory i firm, whose cart sometimes con-1 iained jewellery to the value of £40,000. By a prearranged plan the cart was momentarily abandoned in the Place Ven jdome. " Soizinpr this opportunity the | man, who djd not buspect that lie was' under' police surveillance, i rushed tovward, foroed a look on I the cart and ran off with £16,000 worth ot jewellery. The police , j had taken the neoessary pre cautions, however, and tho thiet was promptly arrested. He | proved to be Count Montgelas, a , native of Berlin, who wasj "wanted" on charges of theft in England, Spain and ftaly.

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. MINISTERIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. MINISTERIAL POLICY. ' Of surprises the Governor General s speech was absolutely devoid. But those who love political excitement have the satisfaction of knowing that the position is rich in uncertainty The unexpected cannot happan' for no sane onlooker cherishes' any definite exoectiiiion. The Parliament returned in Mav ]ast is a peculiar one, and whilst it lives anything is possible. Of its remarkable features not the least noteworthy is, that at an.v moment the Opposition can send Ministers to the country, but that Ministers are powerless to force an appeal on the Opposi tion. The Senate commands the position, it can reject the test bills, it can pass them; the Minis terial majority in the Represent atives can merely send them up to he treated as Labor thinks fit. Ministers are to be congratu lated on the dignity and deter [ mination with which they have faced the difficulties which con fronted them, as soori as the Opposition decreed that no useful Legislat...

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AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

AM OLD NUBBE FOB OHIIiDHEN " MrB WIUBIOW'S Soothing Sjrtlt) for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It Joothes the Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Fain, Cores Wind Colio and iB the Beat' Hemedy for Diarrhoea, Direcr tions for Using MRS WJNSLO'w-'S 8i.oTn~ INO Svnop.-For a ohild under one mouth old, G to 10 drops ; three months oM, half a teaipoonful; six months old' and upwards, a tcasfioonful three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the ibov» doee evory two hours, until the (ilmraqter of the dischcrgesisolianKed for the better, SoWKvcrywlwe -

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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SITUATION IN ULSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

gITUATIQlf IF Q'LSTEfy Regarding the situation in Ulster, a great impression has been made by the articles re cently published by the military correspondent of "The Times." He finds that the Ulster volunteer foroe has -110,000 enroljetj qiem: |)era~tHre9 tiifteq ^9 ftiariy tfleh i 08 the American colonists In George Ill's time were ever able to place in the field at once. 'They may lleht, well or ill, but they will fight." Mobilisation tests show that by the second day the whole operating force, if becessary, uouid bo on' the move. ? There are 6.®> battalions, varying in strength from 400 to 2,000. is only one mountbd j-sga ment, the Ennisl<illen Horse, but each county lias mounted and gypli^ sections. As a rule the vmet) nominate their section leaders, who eleot the -company offioers, who eleot the 'com manding officer, subject to the approval of headquarters- The faots as to rifles are known to only half a dozen men, but there are believed to be 80,000 avail able. Ka...

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SOCIAL NOTES. WEDDING. WILLIAMS—NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 21 April 1914

SOCIAL NOTES. (By "HUMMING BEE.") WEDDING. "WILLIAMS-NELSON. St. Paul's Church -was the scone o* » very pretty wedding on Tuesday afternoon, 14th inst., tho contracting parties being Mr Charles Williams, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Albert Wil liams, of " Moorookyle," Newtown, Gcolong (late of " Willow Grove," Moorookyle) and Miss Daisy Phyllis Nelson, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Nelson, of Smeaton road, Clunes. Tho church was taste, fully decorated, and there was a large attendance. The Rev. Reynolds con ducted tlio service which was full i choral. The bride, who looked charm, j itig in white duchess satin, trimmed with roaltese lace and pearls, with veil and wreath of orange blossom, ' was given away hy her father. Her bridesmaids were Miss M. Nelson (sister of .bride), who was attired in ' cream pniletta silk, trimmed with malteso lace, and seed pearls, mob cap, with wreath of tiny pink j roses, ; ah'd Miss' Minnie Williams (sister of bridegroom), who wore cream > silk an...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 April 1914

CHAPTER V. When Sheila camc to, Sunnysidc it was precisely as though the entire house was lit up by something joyful, something which strongly resembled sunshine. Sheila, whatever the'Afri kanders thought of her, was only a child, and she behaved exactly like one on this occasion. Her face was wreathed in smile?, her eyes were more expressive even than usual, the gleam of her pearlf teeth showed when she laughed and talked. She was particularly affec tionate to Peter Bellairs and to Mar garet, his wife. She ran gaily about the grounds picking the daffodils and violets, ifad altogether behaving like a young thing who had never before enjoyed the delights of full liberty. Sheila was very much interested in her new garments, and as she tried on each jacket, each £jirt, each hat with its simple band of ribbon, she flew out to try to find her beloved Uncle Peter. She always called him Uncle Peter. He was her beloved, her darling. Peter Bellairs gazed cri tically at the frocks and hats. H...

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GREATER THAN GOLD Publiahed by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 April 1914

GBEATCR THAM GOLD By1, L. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand," etc. J-ubliahed by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER IV. . Mrs. Bellairs waited anxiously for whnt «Sh I'1', 8,ho wanU:d to tell him Hmn o, ,hnd "?no' but at the same , h?"os !y beaded imparting her news, for if there were an up. !tKwnnSn!it"'aSDt' ''^'-Principled man, L ? ,? > Bellairs. He might not ° h0I:,h:lv;ii1K written to the hotel to imite Mr. kruger to lunch, and yet e coultI (Scarcely keep him in ig norance, for only by telling him could , Set Possession of the motor-car which was to convey the worthy law yer to Sunnyside. In the afternoon a letter arrived from Ralph He implored his mother to let him have £100 without delay. I have got Into a little trouble over uricige, he wrote, "and must pay it at once. You'll manage, won't you, mums, . ,°"r you llever ralle<l a fellow jet. (No, and never shall," thought cor",er') Hel- llope...

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