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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

© ® Vitality means Health THE GREAT TOILET ANTISEPTIC Stimulates and Strengthens the Muscular Tissues, pro ducing Magnetic Vitality As a Daily Toilet Douche OZONIA Is Absolutely Indispensable To Ladies and Gentlemen Owing to Its Wonderful Antiseptic Health - Giving Powers OBTAINABLE AT ALL STORES 6-oz. Bottles 1/6 Quart Bottle 7/6 © ' ® © ^ ~f=) ©

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Go Between [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

Oiy^rfTud^_ Harj^ v [For "lie Wkj o/o/oxo H 2/,c; o; c ULIjAH Reynolds sat at "he third table study ing the menu card frith palpable distaste. Tables ".'ere filling rapidly. She put her hand to her head as if it ached. She had kept entirely to herself since coming to this place. which mtoe little demand upon slender purses, if it did represent the smallest degree of comfort She had accepted everything but the company as & matter of course, even the tiny bedroom on the leads which she shared with another down-on-her luck. She left the diningroom presentlv, and went to the balcony. Here the sun .still lingered, but at least she might have a little privacy before the others finished their meal and came panting up for a breath of air. She was fronting a blank wall. and must make a way through somehow. She had gained the bitter knowledge that such walls do not fall by magic, but must be removed brick by brick. To a buoyant nature there might ever, be interest in the process; but ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

THE YARRA AT WARRANDYTE

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

ON THE MOUNTAIN SIDE [I'tiolograpb by A. Smcltt't'e]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

AND THE SON'S LONELY VIGIL

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

THE BULLOCK TEAM

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Advent [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

_/^'2lZ'e; ^ ' ^ei^TiL 'NCE upon a time, in the days of the Great War, three little children sat together on the sea beach. Their names were Bobby, and Blue Eyes, and □<===>□ Baby; and each of them was just .a little bit bigger than the one that was a little bit littler, which will explain very clearly just how big and how little they were. Bobby, and Blue Byes, and Baby were not paddling, or building castles, or looking for shells. They were sitting quite still, and talking sadly together about Christmas toys. Bobby and Blue Eyes were doing most of the talking. Baby was listen ing. But at last the talk grew quite too sad for her to hear. Big tears rolled down her cheeks, and she sobbed out, "Toudn't us talk about somefin' more cheerfuller?" For this is a little like what Bobby and Blue Eyes were saying:— Blue Eyes: "Us must give all we's toys to the poor 'ickle Beljums. and the babies whose daddies is hurted in the war!" Bobby: "Why must us?" Blue Eyes: " 'Cos Mummy t...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

A GULLY AT KINGLAKE ■ [Photograph by A. SutclifCe]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Limelight at Sudden Jerk [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

FJsr ah [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] D □<czi>c.r HE Sudden Jerk mill, □ T I I with its five stamps v of eleven hundred A pounds each run rj ning on 15-penny y weight ore, changed V its note with the variation of the wind. The Westra lian air, all lucent gold, Hooded the sky as if by diffused electrics around the spring of a blue dome; it was an atmo sphere of wine, and the sun gilded the pink shafts of the salmon gum, the ■fiutings of the gumlet woods, and the harsh and funereal needles of the she oak. Tony Basteel, who, with his very English mate, Egbert de la Touche, owned the Sudden Jerk, listened to the growl of the crazy mill; uplifted as a musician hearing a great orchestra performing R. Wagner's imitation of Krupp's foundry at Essen. He loved every note of its thunder, and knew the time for every cam to lift, each to the second; the two hits, and then a trip, with the last three together, and each stamp turn ing gravely and slowly around with the suggestion o...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

Presents Worth giving at BUCKLEY'S THE RICH PROFUSION OF GIFTS, BOTH USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL, INEXPENSIVE, OR COSTLY, MAKES SHOPPING AT BUCKLEY'S ONE OF THE MOST PLEASANT SATISFY ING FEATURES OF THE DAY, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT IS DONE BETWEEN NINE AND NOON W.T.I.—Very Chic Silk Haudbag, ^7 ■\Y.T.3.—Chamber Stick. Sheffield design, with snuffer, best electroplated on copper, in the satin finish: (IS/' per pair one of the most fashionable VX "" j \ j 'it? '<t W.T.5.—Suede Knitting Bag, with shapes, in Black, Grey and Nig- Xfy tc~a> v *3^* CL-7£-—draw-up top, in blue, cerise and ger. 35/11 "T^T ^--3—it——-- —brown: verv useful; 3/1 I ' W.T.2.—Best Electro- H . plated Candlestick. NY.T.4 -Best Electro hexagonal design. Y^r (GnffiYVK plated Candlesticks. j) height about 10in., KA p< IjL 'O-. n Sheffield design, height IY\ i bright finish, 55/ per \v S/ about 12iu.. bright pair ' - ^2:^ finish. (j;*/ per pair l Ml it jiiiiii \v li'il ,>|Y'V^v? mirn mmm \WWm t07©7iT|i ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

O ai Hi gw e H |tj w w ««**** Special HH^®| |fJ|f/!3 IfjLJpb$ ■ London, Appointment to 8811 t|||||| ^lltTraf teatpaila ®» 79£t>. 79$5 rr«rf " Food «~ grannts^adIc e " Don't experiment with new Foods but put Baby straight away on Neave's Food, the Food that both you and I were a brought up on, and which has ^*WwK, been tested and proved by the experience of many generations." w Your Baby's whole future depends on his proper feeding during the opening days of his life. Baby's health demands restful sleep, firm flesh, easy teething, and freedom from infantile constipation—Neave's Food ensures all these. Mothers are continually writing to us about what Neave's Food has done for their babies when other Foods have failed to suit.—Mrs. Graddon, writing from 11, Derby Road, SeftonPark, Bristol, on July 23rd, 1912, says :—" I am sending you the photo of our little boy, Teddy, aged 18 months. From birth to three months we fed him ■ n a Food which he was always thro • ing up. We tried sever...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

THE MOTHER'S DAY DREa1^

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

A SOLDIER'S LETTER l Photograph by "Photopress"] LAU tlif .stories, verses and illustrations hi "The Weekly Times Annual" are protected under the federal Copyright. Act t!U-.]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

■" • THE BLACK WATCH I i 99

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

7 /AQCT.Oih > G. R H r<^ Vj Q;i\\yx T7" I C T C I -A* ' v ^ , o\V ft ^^;>?-~$04-v*y v ■'' V' r r <' P 11 Y L-' il Land Settlement in Victoria OPPORTUNITIES FOR HOMESEEKERS The Crown Lands of Victoria SELECTIONS (Not Under Closer Settlement Conditions) Any person IS years of age may take up Crown Lands. Successful ' applicants may obtain a permit to occupy the land immediately. Resi i \A « > a m wvuw> cue ICIHU immcvuaici.' . a-ve.Tl dence on the allotment and fulfilment ■£" of certain improvement conditions ar UP AS UXDER:— 1st Class Land.—Maximum area. 200 acres: minimum price, £1 per acre. 2nd Class Land.—Maximum area. 320 acres: minimum price, 15/ per acre. 3rd Class Land.—Maximum area, 640 acres: minimum price, 10/ per acre. MALLEE LANDS FOR WHEAT AND SHEEP-FARMING:— 1st Class Land.—Maximum area, 640 acres: minimum price, £1 per acre. 2nd Class Land.—Maximum area, 1000 acres: minimum price, 15/ per acre. 3rd Class Land.—Maximum area. 12S0 acres:...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

The "MITCHELL' The World's Best Drill, Made in Australia are M r aVgh t-out''cmb ^ f •'! "F nh,® "Mitche11." in as many ways as possible. Three Drills of recent makes As the i mi tators rlin <fp UuC^1L A poor thin& is nevar chosen to be copied, but always the best, tne imitators chose the Mitchell" to copy, you see plainly what Drill they think is the best. yet cost^vou nothing5an t get "Mitchell" patented wheel Bushes (which alone add £5 to the value and that the lnte^f imr>v ° M^chell experience, in any of the imitations, that copies never equal the original, pro\ ements are found only on the "Mitchell." Think over this, and also what follows. OVER 50 "MITCHELLS" ON ONE ESTATE 10 in 1905 sharehfarmereConEthu DPI,LL? (1G la number) purchased by our I have much noni,™,6' Aav'e given evei'T satisfaction, and tla 8m n ff " testifying to their all-round capabili ACRES withntii ™ ^ima ?es have drilled 0NE THOUSAND consider tpi p?! a fraction for duplicates. I certa...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Gippslander [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

The Gippslander ^ H, for the smell of the fern p j roots, L" As I broke them through with I® the plough; I close my eyes and I fancy I'm back on the old flat now. I'm turning the furrows even. In the slant of the setting sun, In the paddock down by the river, "Where the fern roots twist and run. Where the young scrub sprouts for ever, And the flapping bark falls down From the long, lean tree trunks loosened, Curling, and crisp and brown. I fancy the fire of tussocks Tangy and sweet still burns On the rugged fallow spaces, With the litter of scrub and ferns. Oh, the blue smoke rolling upward In the chilly evening air, Goes drifting down the river, To sleep in the shadows there. And oh, for the sigh of Dobbin, When called by the early star, With a slap on his back, the traces I loose from the swingle bar. And along the narrow pathway Where the tussocks switch the knee; Dobbin and I go homeward. Each to his well-earned "tea." There in the kitchen window Mother has set the light, And th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gum Leaves [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

Gum Leaves kUSK in the bush, but moonlight J in the clearing, Day burnt so dim, you hardly saw it go, But for one glance. that showed the night was- hearing Where, 'neath the gums, the river whispered low. A dreaming wind through rustling bracken trembled And stirred your hair—his lips were very near; Loving, you feared—and, fearing, you dissembled One heart-beat's spa.ce, that love might conquer fear. It seems a lifetime past, and yet not distant, As now, through mist of tears, you see him wed; 'Mid mingled scents, one dominates insistent The rest . . . None heeds; your secret is not read. The fume of orange-blossom faintly rises, And faintly fades—it was not meant for you! One scent prevails—life's irony devises That gum is wreathed with wattle o'er your pew. "Thereto I plight my troth"—-and he is kneeling: You see the self-same shoulder bending low, Whereon your head was bowed when stars were wheeling To watch you yield, that night so long ago. The world goes on. . . . And now yo...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
We Come [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

We Come NCIRCLED by our Southern Seas, One heart, one people, Ave With comrades of the Northern clime Stand forth for liberty. From city and from country town, From bush and plain and hill, Australia's boys come bravely on, The Empire calls them still. Australians of Australia, One place is yours and mine, When khaki-clad we fight like mad, 'Tis in the firing line. The Pioneers we toast once more In. glass that overflows, Their loyal sons the strength shall prove Of fathers such as those. Tho' victory be dear to win, And grim the work to do, When boys of ours their graft begin They mean to see it through. Australia's flag is bloodstained now, Her cross of stars is red; And grief and pride together hold Her roll of honored dead. What faults or follies have been theirs 'Twere just to lay aside, Remembering they fought and fell, And for us all have died. The mothers and the orphans plead With mute appeal today, For those who ne\-er shall return . Across Port Phillip Bay. "The dead must...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Gippsland Bush [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

The Gippsland Bush 0LEARIN' the place is a great expense." The settler leaned on the new made fence And looked across the forest land, Clutching an axe in his heavy hand. * ' * * * "There's too much rubbish about," he said; "Reeds an' rubbish, all a bungle, Call it scrub, it's more like jungle, With undergrowth that's over your head, An'thistles right up to the milkin'-shed. * * * * "Every weed that ever grew, Purple an' yeller, white an' blue, Is scattered the hills an' gullies thro' Seems to me, the bracken's rougher, Curse the scrub, it's getting tougher. Christmas-bush the cattle crunches, Rank the grass the old horse munches; An' look at the cotton-bush in bunches Shakin' its white feathers everywliei'e; Sarsaparilla an' maiden-hair, Nothin' but weeds wherever you turn, Sword-grass, supple-jack, heath, an' fern, Growin' thicker, however you burn! * * * * "Can you wonder I growl at fate? I've some of the biggest trees in the State. Here they are, and here they'll stay, The neare...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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