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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Herd you must have the best Machines. " "BALTIC" SEPARATORS "SIMPLEX" MILKING MACHINES "BALTIC" OIL ENGINES Our Latest Improvement Supersedes All Other Inventions. IOur Illustrated Catalog supplied free -with all latest Information. Write for it now. BALTIC PAASCH COMPANY, 491-3 Flinders Bane, Melbourne. AUSTRAL MILKING MACHINE After four seasons of unexampled and un broken success, it stands alone for Simplicity, for Reliability, for Cleanliness, for Economy, £.nd for Efficiency. GLOBE CREAM SEPARATORS The last word in Separator construction. The most reliable, the most durable, the ©leanest skimmer. All sizes, from 14 gals., £6/10/ upwards. W. H. BLACKHAM £9-61 KING STREET, MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Are you troubled with" corns? acorn silk speedily removes obstinate Corns without pain. Sold everywhere,;- OS! posted direct on sending ?d in stamps. Duerdin "and Sainsbury, Melbourne.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

ents. everywhere. USE ■ SL& S tie s Sheep Dips POWDEB)S0/ per Case 5/- per Packet. FLUsD, 6/- per GsL in 5-gsL Drams. Ussd 67 Lsatfrag Brecdeis ifcrcflsfoni tbs World. ^Kills all Vermin* Leaves the Wool i,\ rn a BeautifaL Condition. mm*. LITTLE & SON LTD. 26 St. iaman* St., Slelbounje, 55 Hunter St., Sy«Ja«y. Ait STOR£K££?EBS. Costs Id, an hour to run f You couldn't get cheaper power than that! The 'Fuller and John 1°? . F^,rm Pump &ngine" (illus trated) will do all your farm—pumping^wflt about lag and hauling wood nh» S.aw" separating etc churning, the smalf'charge of laS« £' at Get one. Price Sn/i # per hour Headquarters f0P ?u°trtpr?°rks «nd Cha£f Separators, sas^*ste™ Langwil! Bros & Dsvies p»y 110 - 114 SOUTH Near Prince's STTJHT ST MELBOURIST3 " ~ Bridge

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CHAPTER 9 Charlie Goes to Westport [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

CHAPTER 9 Charlie Goes to Westport Standing1 in the midst of thisseene of desolation aiid horror, Pudifin 'and the detective were silent for several min utes. , _ "How horrible!" exclaimed the curate at last. "What a desecration!" "It is a little bit gruesome,", said Mr Benson; "but we have to get used to these thing-s. Let us have a look at the knife." Pudifin shuddered as he withdrew it with a tug from, the body, and looked at it with curiosity. "Foreign work, I see," said he, hand ing it over. The curate was almost overcome by sensations of dread as he fingered the ugly weapon. It was o£ steel, handle as well as blade, and the handle was elaborately decorated. "There should not be many of that sort about, and it may provide us with a clue," said Benson. "I will take charge of it." Pudifin willingly gave the thing up. "There is something more than mere robbery here," the detective conceded. "Ordinary burglars do not waste time in sticking daggers into corpses. They are generally t...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCOURS IN CALVES HOW TO TREAT THE DISORDER [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

SCOURS IN CALVES HOW TO TREAT THE DISORDER In a circular issued by the Wiscon sin £ollege of Agriculture, the follow ing method is given for the treatment of scours in calves:—"As soon as symptoms appear, two to four table spoonfuls of castor oil are mixed with one-half pint of milk and given to the calf. This is followed in four to six hours by one teaspoonful of a mix ture of one part salol and two parts sub-nitrate of bismuth. It can also be given with one half-pint of new milk or the powder placed oil the tongue and washed down with a small amount of milk. The salol and sub-nitrate of bismuth can be secured from any drug gist mixed in the proper proportions at the time of purchase, and thys have the powder readily available for use at any time. As an additional precau tion against contagious scours, it is advised that the navel of the new born calf be wetted with a 1 to 500 solution of bichloride of mercury (cor [ ros.ive sublimate).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIAN BUTTER SUPPLIES FALLING OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

VICTORIAN BUTTER SUPPLIES FALLING OFF. Dry weather is now curtailing, butter production in Victoria, and last week's arrivals in Melbourne, although only slightly below those for the previous week, were 2841 cases less than for the corresponding week last year. Appended is a statement of arrivals of butter and cream from the country by rail for the last five weeks, in comparison with the ^corresponding weeks of last season, the approximate weight of the boxes being deducted from the gross weight:— Butter. Cream. Cases. Cases." Tons. Tons. 1912. 1913. 1912. 1913. December 12 . ... 33,5S4 39,401 156 156& December 19 , .. 33,433 37,078 158 165 December 26 ... 2S,602 2-8,853 140 127 1913. 1914. -1913. 1914. January 2 . .. 33,718 31,360 164 152% January 9 .. .. 33,784 31,143 145% 135V& Total arrivals of butter since July 1 amount to 679,987 cases, against 568,046 cases for the corresponding period last year; and cream 3372^ tons, against 2973 tons.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUTTER AND MILK COMPOSITION OF EACH [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

BUTTER AND MILK COMPOSITION OF EACH Butter is composed of fat, water, proteids, milk sugar, ash, and salt in the following- average proportions, ac | cording to a well-known dairy autho rity:-— Prom From Fresh. Cream. Ripened Cream. Fat 83.75 82.9? Water .. .. .. .. .. 13.03 13.78 Proteids (curd) ... *0.64 0.84 Milk sugar .. 0.35 0.39 .Ash..- 0.14 0.16 I Salt 2,09 1.86 The quality of butter is more affected by the quality of cream-or milk from which it is made and the methods employed in manufacture than by the composition. The English, German, and United States Governments en deavor to protect the consumer of butter by recommending 16 per cent, of water as a maximum limit. Butter is frequently found which contains more than 16 per cent, of water, but this is in violation of the law. The amount of fat in the butter varies with the water—the more water, the less fat there will be. Butter which contains more than 18 per cent, of water will appear dead and dull. It will also be leaky. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAIRY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

DAIRY JOTTINGS A hard curd in cheesemaking is often i the result of employing too much ren- ' net and setting- the milk at too high a temperature. Another cause is scald ing the curd, to too high a temperature. These factors, besides hardening the curd, also cause it to expel) too much moisture and become unduly dry. It is essential to guard against these points, especially in making a cheese, for the production of "which a rather tender curd is required. In dirty milk there is often a lot of organisms known as digestive bacteria, which have the power of digesting or dissolving the casein of milk. As the casein is the milk constituent which is coagulated by.rennet to form the curd in cheesemaking, these organisms les sen the cheese yield, as the dissolved casein passes off in the whey. The casein in coagulating takes in the milk fat, and the less casein milk contains the more fat will be lost in the whey. The albumen of milk, which is not af fected by rennet, is always present in th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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TASMANIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

TASMANIA Mr T. Wardell, formerly a smelting" department officer of the L>yell com pany, entered the smelter furnace at Cobar. The ventilators were closed, and the accumulated gases overpowered and killed him. At the inquiry at Launceston into the deaths of John Kirby and Thomas J. Heid, who were killed in the Tasmanian i mine on January 2, the jury returned a verdict that the men had met their deaths through a fall of rock, and that no blame was attachable to any per son. Mr W. H. Sheridan (Labor) was elected by 111 votes at the by-election for the D-enison seat, rendered vacant by the death of Sir George Davies. On the first count Liberals held a majority of 164, but on the distribution of dis carded votes 'Sheridan wiped that off, and got a majority of 111. Three candidates—Messrs Cleary, Amott, and Waterworth—lost their deposits.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

KTEW ZEALAND A woman at Christchurch gave birth prematurely t<y four children, three boys and a girl. At Hokitika the celebration of the Westland goldfields jubilee was held in the presence of a large crowd. The Governor and Lady Liverpool and Sir Joseph Ward were present. The foun dation stone of the pioneers' memorial was laid by the Governor. A gale at Fort Chalmers blew down portions of a three-story bond store and wrecked the adjoining- offices, which were occupied by Messrs Love Bros., contractors and Miss Miller (typist). Mr. Thomson (a traveller) and Mr. R. Love were impri soned beneath the falling debris, but escaped without injury. The gale also visited Invercargill, and caused an xiety by fanning the bush fires.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

SOUTH AUSTRALIA A railway porter named John Wilkin son was killed at Wallaroo railway yards, while attempting to stop several runaway trucks. He leaves a widow and one child. Linda Rundle, 17, was found in an unconscious condition in the -Angus gardens, Adelaide. On recovering she stated that she had been accosted by a man who afterwards assaulted her. Miss Rundle stated that j>he was robbed of 3/ and a gold bracelet. "Paddy" Amonsrip, an Afghan, was charged at Port Adelaide Court with having- caused grievous bodily harm to Joseph James Proletta on the previous day. Proletta had a bullet wound in his thigh, and was too weak to ap pear. Amonsrip was remanded. Melville lutd., furniture manufac turers, had their factory at Norwood destroyed by fire six weeks ago, the damage being estimated at £5000. The firm then obtained new presses, but on January 13 these were burnt down, the loss again being heavy. The ori gins of the fires are unknown. Three horses valued at £150 were killed at...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

(All-Steel Galvanised) is the very latest development in scien tific design and construction, and the achievement of nearly 50 years' every day windmill building experienced . IT IS PKACTICAUDY 2 WINDMUjXjS in one and is recognised by impartial experts as the. World's Windmill Masterpiece. The "STAR" is manufactured and de signed to whirl on smoothly and sil ently long after the average, windmill has been consigned to the scrap heap. CATALOGUES and PRICES FREE. Sole Agents: 586 Bourke St., Melbourne. iS If LOW PRICED AND EFFICIENT. Plants Second to None are Now Available at the Most Reasonable Prices ever Offered. 8-COW PLANTS, from £50. Before Buying Elsewhere, Write for Full Particulars. G. H. SWANTON and Co., 352 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. Moulded on our Machines. We have Several Machines, used for demonstrating, to offer at a low figure:— 12 x 6 x 6% .. £6/10/ .. usual £9/10/. 14 x 6% x 6% .. £7/10/ .. usual £12/10/. Apply Eaxly. MIDGET GIANT CEMENT BRICK MACHINE CO., 430 Little ...

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WEST AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

WEST AUSTRALIA During the past year the population of the State showed 'an increase of 15,130, and now stands at 320,913. The total comprises:—Males, 181,547, and fe males 139,366. . Annie Isabel Webster, 25, forewoman of a laundry, was killed while driving into Albany. The pony bolted, and she was thrown violently against a tree and her neck was broken. Robert Lindsay, an egine-driver on the Goveriment railways, was found drowned in a dam at Coolgardie. His clothes were on the bank. Lindsay's wife "died a few weeks ago. Emily Scarlett, a middle-aged woman, was admitted to Kalgoorlie Hospital with a broken jaw. She died two days later. Scarlett had been living with a Japanese laundryman. Detectives are making inquiries. Considerable damage was done to the new telephone exchange in Murray street, Perth, by fire. It was unoccupied, however, owing to the uncompleted stage of the connecting up work. The adjoining premises, insured for £13,000, had a narrow escape. The origin of the Ire ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

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Crossed the Bar [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Crossed the Bar ■ ' e Mr William Baiiing-art en, an early ! pioneer of the Barnavrartha district, died at his residence, aged 70 years. He was a native of Germany, and In 1859 started farming and wine growing successfully in the district. He leaves a widow, four sons and two daughters* Mr William Troutbeck, engineer, die^ at his residence, Stawell, aged 84 year& Mr Troutbeck was a native of Cum* herland, England, and came to Austra* lia in the early fifties. He was present at the Eureka Stockade riots. He leaves a widow and grown-up family of sons and daughters. Mr John Campbell, one of Gippsland's pioneers, died at Traralgon at the age of 93. He arrived from Scotland 70 years ago, and engaged in pastoral pursuits. Mr Campbell was one of the founders of Traralgon township, and his wife gave birth to the first white child born there. Mr Campbell later, became a drover. Mr John MKxorrey, 73, died at Parir side Asylum (Adelaide), He was one of the three surviving members of the...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Wills and Estates [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Wills and Estates Mary Kennedy, widow, late of Ken' street, Fitzroy, left real estate valued at £2975 and personal estate £23 to the children. William. Fahey, late of Colac, retired farmer, left real estate valued at £2350 and personal estate £14 to -the sen and grandchildren. Thoma.s Hoskin, late of Benalla, re tired farmer, left real estate valued at £1203 and personal estate £2890 to the widow and daughter. Thomas M'Donnell, late of Connewir reco, grazier, left real estate valued at ! £2743 and personal estate £557 to the widow and children. Thomas Nixon, of Benalla, surveyor, left real estate valued at £S164, and personal property valued at £3486, to relatives and friends. George Anderson, late of Surrey, England, engineer, left estate valued at £86,000 to his family. The Victor ian assets are sworn at £1073. Thomas Miller, late of Waltham street, Flemington, retired storeman, left real estate valued at £4576 and personal estate valued at £103 3 to his widow and children.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

PEDIC POMADE 5K ing vermin deafi. On© application fiestroya Vermin, kills Nita, heals eorea, cures Ring worm, V everywhere, or by post—Small, 1/8; large, 2/3; extra large, 3/9. Nit Combs Sd extra. BRIN, Clieimss» East Malvern, Vie,

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QUEENSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

QUEENSLAND William Burchell was arrested by the Cooktown police on a charg-e of hav ing- attempted to murder Albert James •Coates, on December 25. Coates is now out of danger. A lad named Gilmore, 10, wag acci dentally shot dead at his father's resi dence, Forest Springs. He was play ing with, another lad, when the latter accidentally shot him with a rifle. James Dwan, a teamster, 43, died in the Warwick Hospital. He was jam med between the wheel of a wagg'on and the side of a narrow cutting near Acacia creek, and sustained a frac tured pelvis and other injuries. He leaves a widow and four children. Six firemen of the steamer Anglo Egyptian pleaded guilty at Brisbane to disobedience of the captain's orders. They were each fined £5, with £2j%! professional costs, and 4/6 cost of court. They stated they refused to work be cause they were not sufficiently fed. A fire destroyed "Folkestone," the Brisbane residence of Mrs W. Ferry, causing damage estimated at £10,000. The contents of the...

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Other States NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

■ ■ 111 g ■"«» NEW SOUTH WALES Constable Wells was found shot in the head near Moramina Station. He died shortly afterwards. John Barnes and his dog- were kiHed while sitting- beside a tree at Warialda, when lightning struck and splintered it. A fire at Ganmain demolished almost the whole of one side of Maine street. Eight buildings were burnt to the ground. The damage is estimated at £4000. A fire completely destroyed the gal vanised ironworks of Fulham and Company, at Erskineville. Two cot tages adjoining were considerably damaged. The loss is estimated at £1200. Bichard Muirson collided with a goods train while riding a fettler's tricycle at Narandera. He sustained a broken nose and slightly factured bones in his face. The tricycle was smashed to pieces. . William Fitzgerald struck his head on the floor during a boxing bout at Newtown, and sustained concussion of the brain. He was knocked out in the first round. Fitzgerald was admitted to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Extensi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

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