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THE CHANGE IN CHRYSANTHEMUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THE CHANCE IN CHRYSANTHEMUeS. A comparison of this season's catalogues of the leading -chrysanthemum- specialists with- those of a -few years- ago, says .the 'Field," shows remarakble difference. . The lists of Japanese and. incurved -varieties for -exhibition ihave shruhk to- air extent that five years or so ago& fewv Yould- have- van tured' to predict, and-whiile- sections- de scribed as, varieties for<lecoration anmd ut flowers, anemone pompoms, :large ane mones, singles, large' double early-floweri-n varieties, early-flowering pompoms an -early-lowering singles' now occupy con siderable space, it is noticeable -that grow ers who made' their names- with chrysan-. tlemums now find it expedient to special ise and loudly proclaim.-the merits oi other sorts of more newly fomid popularity. This change of fashion -in -chrysantheinmumi is quite as it. should be. " here were al ways sone .plant lovers who deplored the craze for very large, blooms, thinking that. if a p...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PETERBOROUGH TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

PETERLBOROUGH TOURNAMENT. The usual New Year's tournalihent.wai s hell on 1st, 2nd and Srd .nst., and the entries were well up ..to previous records, .The greens were in splendid order, but the marram grass plantations were a frequent hunting. ground for lost balls. A. J. Ritchie returned the best -grosa score-87 and won the Mlen's Championship. The detailed results- were:--Men's Handicap: J. S.. Waslcy. 90 (rG)--8; J. IL, Bowden, 99 (18)-8- ; A. J. Ritchie, 87 (ser.)-87. Mixed Doubles (9 holes): Miss M. Young and A. J. Ritchie, 51 (3)--48; Mrs. J. IIogan and J. L. Bowden, 57 (8)-49; Miss A. Warren and - Capell, 57 (5)-52. Mena' Doulbles: fH. fM. Lee and D. R. Herald, 90 (9)---1; Ivan Young and N. R. Dale, 96 (14)-82; J. S. Was ley and W. F. Creetl, 92 (6)-87. Ladies' IIandi. cap (9 holes): Miss M. Young, 51 (3)--48; Mrs. J. Iogan, 57 (8)-19; Miss A. Warren, 57 (6) 52. aun m '-, - • ,,,,, .I -.'

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WEEDS IN LAWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

WEEDS. IN LAWNS. Weeds usually come up thickly in newly sown lawns. They are t-o. be -prevented by .the. use of very clean manurce or. commereial fertilis" and clean giass -seed. . Grass seed ai l be' sown. vor)y thiek-3 to 6 bushels tji acre--and annual weeds cannot. 'rist. Frequent. mowings .-during sumqri kcop thiee -weeds down.. Grass ca i more cutting than weeds. If o . cannot be practised often .enolgh .fo 1. pur.pose. the weeds may be cut ooff be'T the isurface 'ithl-along spud knife, and.-the ro;vns are thlen readily puEed out. Or a i- tl:e 'sulphuric alid or other herbicide Mlay .be pocured on t'he icrow of ac:nP piant. It wiill ,:sin:ly be found tlint weedy dawns aroe bhos in wlicIh t*e sol is PDO and t;bn. The Suntd.mental rcntcdy) there fore, is .to secure to trong .sd. Thisi: s done by raking orbharrowving over the law, :iz.late spring; when :itj is sosmevhatt soft, and sowing a lifberai- dressing of chemical fertilizer and grass.seed.. RDll the land down level. Ait poo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

Cycle Sundries8 Pattern Axles, bracket, 1/6, front C?d.,, Sback 7d.: Bracket Cups, 9d.; Cones,.; Gd.; Gear ".Wheels,-3/6; Tool Bags, Pd./ 1i' 1/6; Brakes, front, 1/11, 2/6, 8/6, 4/6; Bowden, back, 6/6; 'Bells, Cd., 1/, 113, continuous rnging,, 1/.5; SCarbide, 4d., Gd. Cycling Gapes, 7/6,' 8/6, S10/6; Lee's Embrocation, Dd., 1/; Our Playing Cards, 3d.; British OairierM, with 2 str.,ps, --1/; others, 2/6 to 8/6; Chains, 2/6; Renolds 'Block,, 4/11; Roller, 6/6; Lion and .Arroi w *Iholler,, 3/6; Ohain (irease, Id.; Toe Olips- Depose, lOd., John BEud Gd., Wire Gd.;" Tue SStraps, 9d., 1/ .1/3.- :.Trousers Clips, bands, "ld.; plated? 3d., lock 6d.; Cycling Shioe-- Hartley, 8/6, 9/6,; Hector, 10/6; Cyclometers, .Veoder, miles, 3/6; "Trip," latest model, 7/U; Dress Curds, 12 yds., 4d.; 18 yds., Od.. Mesh Dress Guards, 1/, 1/3, 1/g .- Enniel--lartiey, black, Gd.; BIlumes, black or colors, 6d. Frame Protectors, 4d. ; Eade Coaster l'rece Wheel, complerte, 21/; Free Wheel Clutches, 1111, S2/6; P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

SLI IL Ti o tor cones a qah • -No?.O ....... . .. ' ss z r tod e ooo ecy,ay the tet rlOIBTAINIABLE paysL . ~ .... ,. e 1 -i d 1 ab il * s:" 'o . : FOR THE WORLDS BEST CAR$. Inten?]dlin" ]zPurca4ser of CarsP abould| not ,fail to Jnpei/. OtuP] magnI~laent range' of" Up-to-date Cars, co0 prising" the ........., Wolseley. Minerva. Standard. _Renau1l. Talbot.. , Rolls-Royce. . Studeibal=.er' and..:. 'Albion eco?mmre,? -. For Efficiency,_Qu.ality and Price there is nothing better to select Cfrom. Trial Runs airanged. 1(ELLOWf-FAL(IHER MOTOR CO. E~3 ow Hilar: C si e 458 BOUBKE ST,, 20O0 RUtSSEt.L ST., -, ' *? , Dalr amOUPJ;g. ta ou1s es ..:~~~·i ~ ::: e~:; /.:::~ t::day Oristst~: 'P eag ~ ::~~s Wa:r:~: the:::~ e~~JeTV~ s~t1' te 8Pejf vtest, ::: ~ oorAINAF:·:·L,·: ALL; ·~··; ·y:::::s:·~: eV::: i -tbejQ t Au::::-~:~·~~·~:::': 1~ ~ ~ 'b thai.~:::-~.::~~:~I::: Co. Stat~-i~5 a,3(j; 4E :~j~~, ..::~~:...··· .3'14 co Srai?~h; LnetudebL a1 e ad..Albo (onereI - For Efficieny Qaiy nPrc / = 48BURE8. i...

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CyCLInG CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

-YOLINa NOTEs . BY TANGENT. Quite recently i.t was men:tioned that trouble was brewing between the New South Walce League of Whcelmen, the governing body of pro fetsional cycling in this State, and the Victorhin League and Federal Cycliig Council. It was pointed out that the New South Wales riders iseing in Victoria would be compelled to take out Australasian licences in the southerti State before tlhey wofild I" alldoved' td' rde there, unless the local bodt!y liquidated st3 indebtedness, amounting to £8 S/, to the federal council. That there is trouble ahead unless the amount -is paid is very eviderit.; -The secretary of thlie hN'ew South Wale. league onp Thursday rece)yeu c. letter from Mr. Robert M'Cullagh, secretary of the federal- coun cil, in which he states: "I have advice from the International Cyclists' Uiiori forwardling me a cdpy of a lctter' of Ne& S6uth Wl ,s league sent to them, and their-reply.It should.be sufficient, surely, to show your league that their ac...

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ANGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

ANCLING. For two years past tile Fishiries. department has been carrying out experiments. at Lovely. Banks hatchery, about seven niiles from.Oeelong,.with a view. to discovering what might be done to. stock. various country streams withblack fish. On Monday the Director of Fishecries, Mr. Semmens, received a letter froln Mr.' Richard Bradley, the gentleman. in charge, narrating, an extraordinary instance of the vitality in some black fish caught by -his" son. "Re " cently;'' said 'Mr."'-Bridley; "/my ison brought in five more black fish for experi mental purposes. . The history of this lot is very remarkable. The fish wvre caught about 3 p.m. and tossed on thle river bank. When my son was ready to return home, about 6 p.m., he threw them into a fish bag, and carried theri four miles to the house. On arrival we put them in a dish and turned a stream of water on to them from. the tap, the pre.sure. beinig about '40 lb. to the square inch. The fish seemedi to be dead, but in a few minu...

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GREAT SUCCESS OF LONGWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

GREAT SUCCESS OF LONG WORTH. Long-worth has now won the 220 yds., 890 lde., 440 3d(. and(1 mile swimming championship for 1911. On Saturday', in Sydney, ho won a keenly contested 220 yds. championship, beatinbg Healy by a yard. The distance was covered in 2 min. 31 1-5th sec. Miss Fanny Duracic, the lady swimming chamn lpion of the worll, on Thursday night; at Bondi haths, swam 90 yards in 27 sc., which is 4 sec. beLter than any previous woman's record.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

I. Fromn tie "(azette" of ltlh Jsario?'lr. "JA(:OHIUS MAIRSII.--Rll d and white hetier cailf, like WT ;ar RCI' runmp, To be solcl 6th F'ebru* ery. J. Cosgro'e.. BALLAIIAT FE AST.-.RN1 antI while b?.ul, whifti face. no visible brand. To be sol 6tli .d brit ary. 'T. -allon. l.iiANXKtOLME.--Crosslrecd wether, ho1101 afd back n.atch off ear. To Le sold 7thl February. Ii.. Deverce.. CASTERTON.--). ar'l.rced cad while Sow;: est Pole.i hlcifer, speckledl [lce; ioil, no visible branld. 1'o be sold 2lth .Jalnuary. J. Livock. :CI1AlITOlN.--lay, gign mare, white star, hin4l feet white, W on runmp. To be sold 5th ?i 'ebrtuary. W. S. Williams. COIIDEN.-aty gelding, st:ar on forehead, like IS near .shouldertl . To be yoll 29th J:iu:ary. YW, A. (;arIe. COLA('C.--Ioan heifer, swallow near car, HlP. near rump. ll'ititle cow, AS off rtmp. White, heifer call; redt al whiile heifer; blth o 'vihibl brandl. To he sold 5tlh lebruary. I'. 1'ines. DAYLESIrOIIlD.-Bay p.iy nmore, about three year.s oldt, blac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

GUNS-For Duck Shooting, &c. i0/.-Single .Americnn, by Iiarrington and IRichardson, 12/6 .-WVcblcy and Scott nitro proved. 90/.-Double-barrel B.L. Greener's, cross bolt, nitro proved, by C. C. oionehll, Eniglish Marnrfusctura. £j.-Farlncrt r Guns, 21 inch nitro proved, Greener's crossbolt action, bI 3. W. M3fldcn; worth doublle the mrony. '£7 30/.-Mack's All-Round Guns, by WV. W. Grecner and Win. Caihmore; a real all round weapdn. Other Varieties, £10 lO0 to £12 10/ up to £25. CARTRIDGES- Smokeless. The Greatest Varrety in Melbourne-Op to 12/. A fMw SECONDHAND GUNS on Sale fronm Customern, at Sicrifice Prices-Fron £1 10/.to L1i 10,'. Cost new just doublh the money. tBii, Catalogue, with Hints, to bhooter, free\ E7onald Mac intosh (Of Shrooting F'ame), One Minute from G.P.O., 400 BOURIKIESTRIEET, R1XEZLOURNA. Sone B2 e n Melbourno Gun Club Championship, 1913. - *Won by Mr. G. COFFEY. N.S.WV. Statr Championship, 1913. Won by MI.. E. MaclNTOSH.I: N.S.W. Gun Club Championship, 19...

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ORCHARD, VINEYARD & GARDEN. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

~;"""""""~""~~~~-~T~~"~~-~~"~1~T~s;;=zz= i~c~i~ ~n~i·~B~sw ~~~~X~2~i~L~Wg ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. I Paper Pulp, Balook.-The sample of material -Ent dontains ho fibre from which good paper <ould be manle, 'and only 25 per cent. of low glrade: material suitable for "hiling," or cheap papcr. It would not pay to treat it. Apricet, Strathdownie.-Thc tree is affected with "shot hole fungus," so called because of the way 'in which it perforates the leaves; on the fruit it produces "apricot scab." In moist districts apri rot trees are vcry -u bject to the disease. It can be Skept in check by sprdying wN\ith Bordeaux mix. ure or olpper-sohi in the spring. The best time to spray is when the buls are about to burst ,ust show.ing color. No'other treatment is neces iary beyond naintaining the health of the tree by means of cultivation, manuring, and drainage if te-. soil i- at all sbdein. Saveir, Elstcrnlick.-Sulphate of ammionia if, rot a complete plant food, as it. only contains ...

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SHOWS TO COME. HORTICULTURAL SHOWS TO COME. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

SHOWS TO COME. HORTICULTURAL SHOWS TO COME. MAIRICI. . ......... . .. 11 Somerviec Horticultural and Agricultural As sociation............ .. .. 18 Diamond Creek HIorticultural Society .... .. 1. Joneaster ae!d Box Hlill (at Box Hill) 13 and 14 3iingwdod ared District .... ...... 21 iarrna G!en . ................. 25 Pakenham and Diotrict Fruit and Horticultu ral Society ........... 28 APRIL. £a'terbury alnd District Horticultural Society . ............... Royal Horticultural Society.of Victori" .. ..22-23 'abb a?lid lastings Fruit Growers' Association 8rd and 4th.

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HORTICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

?HORTICULTURAL NOTES. The prices for fruit were well" main tained last week, peaches selling up to 9/ per case, apricots to 6/, and apples to 6/. The. Goulburn Valley apricots were Ainished, but good supplies of excellent fruit were comining forward from Somer v.ille and other southern districts. A fea ture of the market this season is the high price ruling for tomatoes; after a slight drop in the middle of the week, they reached 8/ again on Saturday. Owing to the good demand. a lot of tomatoes have 0een marketed green, and anything show ing plenty of color is readily snapped up at good prices. The same remark appliee to peaches, the condition of ripeness being the determining factor in regulating .-values. The picking of William pears commenced i??t Ardmona last week. The crop i.n better there than in other districts and, as prices are likely to rule high, growern anticipate a profitable season. Canning and other late varieties of peaches are asso coming on well, and large quantiti...

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NORTHERN TASMANIA. Burnie. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

NORTHERN TASMANIA. . [FROM OUR CORRESPeONDENT. Burrije. La·st year :9607 boxes of butter, valued at £24,000, was shippcd to Melbodirne from Burnie for conaumlitioiW there. and traii shipment to the United Kingdom. I The sliipmenits durinn thre evcral months wrin c: --Jianuary, 335o0 boxes; February, 1300; Mqrch, 374;, April 41; May, 1: OtcOl'r 205j November, 1a73, mnd Decembe, 928V1 No exports were made during June, July, August and: September. A farmer at Cressy is experimenrting in fattening itign1j. At T~:i~.7'. L~&;LATESTGT FIiEE EXSTINCIUISHIrC; EQUIPMENT. present he believes the land in portion of t?hat district. would carny 10 sheep to. th. acre for several months in the- year, and 20 to thie acre if silver beet were grown. One of his lambs andi the ewe, killed at Christmas, weighed 50 lb. and 99. -lb. re spectiivelv.. Good progress is being made ?:*th thei construction of -tthe railray line t:': lT:-e id4 , one of the mnost piomineInt agriiuritural cenotres-iri Tasma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

"A REVOLUTION. - IN WINDMILL CONSTRUCT1OIO . THE IVODEL 12 "ST. TA R (AII-Steel-Galvanised) , WINDMILL. is the very latest development in scienti fic design, anrd .thle achievement of nearly 50 years' windmill building cxperienice, IT IS PRACTICALLY 2 WINDMILLS IN ONE. and is recognised by impartial experts as the World's Windnmill Masterpiece. The STAII" is-iManuifactured *to -whirl on smoothly and silently 'long after the aver age windmill has been cousigned to the scrap heap. . " CATAILOGUES AND PRICES FREES : Sole Agents. . - . Biartram and Son Pty. Ltd. 686 Bourke-street, Ve ebourne. 1 II 2! .,z d. ORDER EARLY. CUSTOMERS OWN BAGS FILLiED. Otaf 8ANERmSOIV Co. Il LLaimST MEsoVE ~~I~~~~L~~EEBE~~" *.~~S1f~, ·CJT~bBf~i!:~h E~~;. BIB~P

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THE BUTTER TRADE. VIEWS OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THE BUTTER"TRAE. . VIEWs OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR. nfpr. 1. Cr,'owe, Chief Inspector of Ex ports for the Agricultural department, agrees that the report on tlihe butter export trade, whichl ~has been prepared .by Mr. H. W. Osborne, manager of the Western Dis trict Co-operative Company; is an' in tcresting contribution on the -sub ject .generally. -The backward 'drift declribed in the . report, Mr. Crowe .said, had been noted, and attention had been drawn to it for sereral years, both in annual reports and in addresses de livered at conferences of factory managerMs b•y. himself and the senior inslpector of dairy produce, thie cause aid remedial mea sures requre ed :Uding indicated repeatedly. Mr. Cronwe mentioned as an interesting fact that' in 1887. the imports of margarine into tlhce United Kingdom totalled 1,276,140 cwt.; whlust butter totalled 1,013,13t dwt. Up to 190o the increase in butter iiiports had kept pace with the Stowing demand, and ·the total importations for. that year ...

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THE WESTERN BALANCE SHEETS. SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THfE W-ESTERN BALANCE SHEETSI SOME INTERESTING FIGURES, One of the most interesting facts con cerning the group of Great Western dis trict butter factorics is the manner in which cream is taking tile place of whole milk. Ten years ago there was hardly a can of cream brought to a factory through out the district. Today every factory receivcs cream, and one. the Warrnambool factory, takesc nothiug else. This factory, though it preferred to get the whole n~ilk, found so much cream arriving that it fouild that it wan not worth while keeping its scparators gocing. .So it turned all of its creameries into cream rec6iving sta Lions. I have never yet met a manager whopreferred cream to milk, but the sepa rator agents have got the ears of the far -fiers, and have per?uaded them to separate at home. If the conditions were good and the 'cream brought to the factory every day, cream would, obvoiously, be better to receive than milk. But the e-xperience of every manager is ..the same-the cream i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

; HILDAzMERE WINTER-FLOWERING r SPENCER SWEET PEAS. Pay Special. Attention to a full sowing of our proved strain of this Winter FLlowering type, the I!(IIGT. Sweet Pas. : Sow now. Lovely Hybrlds '(SperxtC.Cr's), 1!/6 pkt.: "Yarrawa," Spencer's, pink J- pkt.; also New "Nice,".Stocks, magnificent, ]/ 'kft; Ntw Pansies, novelties, 1/ and 1/6 pkt., t'ew Cll?erarin, novelties, 1/ pkt. JI]LD?MIEllE. NUISSEIIY CO., 'edl and Plant Merclmnta, gi 'George-street, SYDNEIY, N.S.W. A RUTHERGLEN VINEYARD SOLD. The' old-establiahed property knowlri as Emnu Vineyard, Rutherglen, has been purchased (through Messrs. A. A. P'iggin and Co., of Co rowa) by Mr. Alan Burgoyne, M.P. (England), as an addition to the properties hlie and his bro them already own in that district. Emnu Vine yard has long belonged to the Prentice family, after whom the gold mines and township of Prentice Freehold have been pnmed. The vine yard property extends to some 500 acres, and the vines planted are all on the resistant sto...

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DELIVERIES OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

DELIVERIES OF FRUIT. The quantities of fruit received at the Spencer-street sheds during t;he week ended 10th January are officially stated as under:-- 1912. 1913. Oases. Cases. Apples. ......... ......... '467 , 493 Apricots.. ................ 12,2~29 .. 17,214 Blacildbelrries , in crates, &c ..... 76 .. 129 (Cherries ................ 260 6 . 2,415 Fig.. .. ............. 372 .. 711 AJooscbcrries, in btag, &c .... 701 .. 5,43 Lcmonls .............. ...... 85 .. 02 Orange9 ............... . 71 . • 117 'eaches .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 8,130 .. 7,21a. Pears .. . . . .. ...... 817 .. 1,13 r'lums. ... . ".. ..; ,765 .. 2,997 Jaispbrries (easek, &c.).. ... 220 , 28 Starlberries (qrates, &c.) .. .. 193 4.. . Tma'toes .... ......... . L5D ... 17,~l31i5

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TWO MILES A MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

- TWlO 3IIL1S A 31*INtJTE. : A terrifle speed *Was attained on 14th inst. on the Brooklands motor racing track by IIornsted. Using a Benz cear, MIomsted covered 1wo milhs at 'the rate of 122 miles an hour, and five miles at the rate of 116 mril per'lour.. -

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