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A PHOTOGRAPH FRAME [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

A PHOTOGRAPH ITRAME Photograph. trarnes make very charming gifts. By putting a piece of impression paper between this illus tration and a piece of linen, you can use the design. All you have to do is to trace the outline with a pencil. The design will then be transferred to .the linen. The embroidery is worked in colored silks, in solid satin stitch, with the exception of the dots, which are worked in French knots. The Bulgarian stitch is often used to embroider flower stems. It is really very simple, for it merely consists of several rows of Kensington outline, worked very closely side by side, thus forming a wide stem. The stitches vary in length, so that they can be made to conform to a curved outline. When working Kensington outline stitch always bring the niedle out in the same hole pierced by the pre vious stitch, and on the indicated line of working-.

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

c DOG MEDICINES DISTEMPER POWDERS, 2/6 packet; WORM POWDERS, 1/ each, 10/ dozen; Alterative Blood Mixture, 2/6 and 4/6; Mange Specific 2/6 bottle; Tonic and Condition Balls, 2/6 box: Canker Lotion, 2/6 bottle; Eczema Cure (in terna^, 2/6 bottle; Eczema Ointment, 1/6 tin; Stimulating Liniment for Racing Greyhounds' 3/6 bottle; Puppy Worm Syrup. 1/6: Husk Cure, 2/6 bottle! Chorea Pills, 2/6. DOG SOAP 9d, postage extra. R. W. BEDDOME & CO.. CHEMISTS, 254 BOURKE STREET, Opposite Opera House, Melbourne. - j^OX AND IRISH TERRIER CLUB. GRAND OPEN PARADE. A.N.A. DAY, MONDAY, 26th INSTANT; BRANDER'S PERRY, Alexandra Avenue. 7S TERRIERS on PARADE. 195 Entries. Sydney and Adelaide Dogs Competing. Judge, Mr T. PICKLES. Judging Starts at 1 -O'Cloclc Sharp. Admission, Free. Programmes, 6d. R. ROSSBOROUGH, Hon. Sec. 96 Victoria street, North Richmond. FOR SALE—High class Kelpie Puppies, bred from winner Sydney and other trials, reasonable. H. Gittins, Dlngee- *" KELPIES.—Jin and Needle, at...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SIMPLE LACE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

A SIMPLE LACE A looped edge, like that put on the first swastika corner,' can be added to this simple lace if desired. It matches an insertion given last week, and is the easiest pattern imaginable to copy. If linen thread be used, it can be crocheted on to linen toilet mats. In coarse cotton it is well suited for the top of casement curtains, a loop of chain being added to each point for the rod to pass through. 20 chain, use 3 to turn, put 1 treble in each £L.D&st five stitches, 2 eh, 1 double crochet, i.~r j 2 ch, 1 tre. twice, then 2 tre. 2nd row—3 ch to turn, 2 tre, 4 ch, 1 tre twice, 5 more tre. 3rd row—9 ch, put 1 tre in each of last 6, Z ch, 1 d e, 2 ch, 1 tre, on group of .last row, 2 ch, 1 d c, 2 ch. 1 tre, 3 times more, 2 tre to finish. Continue thus with group of 3 tre at straight edge, increasing by work ing on. 9 chain each third row at other edge. At 7th row put a block of 6 tre in space. The 8th row finishes a point, after which the pat tern recedes; 9th row ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WITH SHOTTED CHARGE JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

WITH SHOTTED CHARGE 'JANUARY. 17.—Melbourne—Starling Plate. L7.—Essendon— Open Pigeon Handicap, £20^ - L7.—Northcote—Open Sparrow Handicap, £o. 23.—Melbourne—Members' Doubles Match, 24.—Victoria—Club trophy. < 24.—Melbourne—Ladies' Trophies—Sparrows, £25. 26.—Melbourne—Teams' Match, £5; Open Starling Handicap. £20. SO.—Melbourne—Pigeon Pool and Mackintosh Cup. 31.—Melbourne—Starling Pool. 3L—Northcote—Point Trophy.

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

1 mmmnimiai 46 A €@©i Digestion" This excellent wish may be realised by taking the 'Allenburys' Diet which affords an ideal food for those of weakened or temporarily impaired digestion. Prepared from rich milk and whole wheat—the two vital food elements combined in a partially predigested form. MADE IN A MINUTE — add boiling Water onhj — I ALLEN & BANBUBYS LTDl LONDON, ENGLAND, and Market Street, Sydney I II Generation after generation have borne witness to the practical curative properties of GHISA THE AD'S MIXTURE in cases of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Influenza, etc. v GREATHEAD'S MIXTURE goes straight to the root of the trouble and firmly clears it out. Nothing is left to remind you of that drastic cough, those restless nights that resulted from it. Both cold and its evil effects -vanish. There can be no doubt that this * wonderful remedy, with, its world-wide reputation, has curing secret powers possessed by no other cough mixture. It has stood the test of time....

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

MELBOURNE GUN CLUB. Nearly a score of members patronised the grounds of the Melbourne Gun Club on Janu ary 9 when the first meeting of the New Year was held. The birds werie favored by a nice breeze to begin with, but as the afternoon wore on there was a dead calm, and the system prevailing at this ground of handicap ping1 back the competitors who cross eight rounds was resorted to. This enabled the competitions, wkh one exception, to be de cided within a dozen rounds. A remarkable thing happened in the second sweepstake. "Allan," "Greener"' and C. P. Fairbairn were together at the 14th round. In the 15th "Allan" led off with a miss, "Greener" fol lowed suit, and it was left to the Deniliquin sportsman to kill to win, but he likewise failed. Two rounds later the prize money was shared by "Allan" and "Greener." The third contest for the Murray Cup excited keen competition. "Greener," "Claude," A. D. M. Menzies and G. Coffey made the possible 15 points. Shooting on, "Claude" was beate...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Home and Fireside PLAIN KND FANCY NEEDLEWORK WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S ATTIRE PATTERNS AND PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

<5r -e£L "r-si I Home-and. Fireside PLAIN KND FANCY NEEDLEWORK WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S ATTIRE PATTERNS AND PLANS, ft By "A MOTHER." ■ i .» i— A lace to match the insertion pub lished last week, is explained and illus trated below. A design for a photo frame is of practical use, and a third picture serves a dual purpose, first as a j hint for an embroidered collarr second ly to show a front view of hair-dress ing suitable for a school girl. I

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCRUBBING SHOES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

SCRUBBING SHOES Scrubbing with soap and water is excellent for white buckskin shoes and children's sandals, whether made of the elkskin or horseskin. It will b© found equally efficacious for keeping tan shoes clean. Use a soft nail-brush and a rich lather made of pure white soap and warm water, and scrub vigorously, as one would any thing that is soiled. After the scrub bing process is completed, wipe off the leather with a damp cloth, so as to Temove all superfluous soap, and let the shoes dry where there is a current of fresh air, but no sunlight. A treatment of this sort cleans the footwear, and this without any dan ger of hardening the leather. If white shoes have been cleaned so frequently that now at the end of the season they have a really brownish hue, it may be well to make them brown permanently. To do this, mix 10 drops of saffron with three tea spoonfuls of olive oil. Clean the shoes well with soap and water, and, when perfectly dry, apply the saffron mix ture with a pie...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO MAKE GOLD LACE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

TO MAKE GOLD LACE Ordinary laces may be made very beautiful by applying to them a coat of gilt paint. To do this. gilding- lay the lace perfectly flat over a clean piece of blotting paper and supply with a brush. Let one side dry, .turn and repeat the process on the other side. If neces sary, apply two coats of paint. Silver and copper can be applied in the same way. Lace treated thus is lovely for all sorts of fancy work, besides trim ming for gown and hat.

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

WHY HATK FAXXS OUT. The causes of Hair Falling are so varied, and so apparently trivial in themselves, and, moreover, aTe usually present at the time when the hair is still plentiful, that the Danger Signals are not appreciated. Many a man or woman has had these signs for years, but has consid ered them unimportant, until, too late, one finds the mischief lready done, and the once beautiful hair showing thin, and baldness commencing. The usual Danger Signal in early or mature life are Scurf or Dandruff, Dryness, Brittleness, or Splitting on the ends. All these are signs which require immediate attention. A very little care at this stage will not only ensure Hair Health but will improve immensely in quantity and brilliance even the best heads of hair. My True Hair Grower is known and sold the world over, and I have in my consulting rooms upwards of 3000 grateful letters from men and women, who have derived so much benefit from the use of my preparation, as to compel them to write and...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADY FULLER DEPARTS MANY SAY FAREWELL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

I/AM .FCJjliSB .0SPAOTS MA. NY SAY FAREWELL Lady duller, with Masters Geraru and Christopher and Miss Victoria, the three younger members of her family, sailed for iMfrigland on January 13 by the Mooltan. She was attended., by Captain H. F. Kirkpatrick. Among those at the pier to wish her good-bye was Lady Denman. A number of office bearers and delegates of the National Counci lof "Women were also present. Although the council is in recess, a large number of. women's activities ! was represented, and a bon voyage I posy was presented on behalf of the members. Lady Fuller has been keenly interested in the work undertaken by the council, of which she is president. Posies were also ■ sent from the Women's National League, the Vic toria League, and the Alexandra Club. Lady Denman, who was accompanied by Lady. Barttelot, arrived early to say farewell, leaving some time before the departure of th.e boat. On the upper deck, Lady Fuller, wearing a simply draped black frock and small hat, he...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JACOBEAN EMBROIDERY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

JACOBEAN EMBROIDERY The needleworkers of the present are favoring the methods used to produce the exquisite antique embroideries, so we have those who are striving to re produce the old tapestries; others who are equally interested in Richelieu or mosaic embroideries; and the latest ad dition to the list of revivals in needle craft is the Jacobean embroidery. There is nothing more interesting- to the needleworker than to thoroughly study the needlecraft of the past. Gain a knowledge of the styles prevailing at different periods and master, as far as possible, the methods adopted by the embroiderers of other days. This does not mean that you need to cramp any originality you happen to possess. A fuller knowledge of ancient needlework tends to widen your variety of expres sion and gives a greater scope to your originality. The name Jacobean is applied to the wool embroidery done in the Tudor days, and also to the crewel work of the eighteenth century. These characteristics distinguish...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORT MELBOURNE V. ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

PORT MELBOURNE V. ELSTERNWICK. ihe 'Wicks had first go on a wicket that looked glossy "and inviting. They did not make conspicuously good use of the opportunity, however, the whole side going in and out for 120. Whitehead opened with two dozen, and Brand followed with 34 before being unfortu nately run cut. Gelding 19 and Foote 12 made up the double-figured entries. With the ball B. M'Coli did good work, analysing 4 for 50. J. M'Coli had 3 for 29. The Portsmen were _ much more at home on their own turf, and quickly produced 130 for the loss of only three wickets. The pioneers, Jamieson and Rade macher, had 50 up in 25 minutes. Jamieson then played oil and retired for 30. Rademacher went one run better. In an hour 1<0O appeared, Willmott and Brereton being then on active duty. By stump-drawing they had collected 30 and 34 respectively, and will try for more when play is resumed on January 17. The Portsmen should win with ease.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SCHOOL GIRL'S HAIR [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

' A SCHOOL GmL'S HAIR We have liad illustrations of a back and side view of hair-dressing for a young girl. Here is one showing the front with the big bow of black ribbon at the neck. The big bow is an Ameri can fashion, which is somewhat modi ; fied in Australia. Black ribbon has . superseded colors, and, apart from economic reasons, is most satisfactory in effect. Very often a band of nar row black velvet ribbon is also worn across the head. Tlie collar in the picture is still a fa vorite. A linen collar embroidered in white of Bulgarian colors is a most useful possession. . Many one-piece dresses for adult wear this summer have no trimming save collar and cuffs worked with embroidery.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAMBERWELL V. WILLIAMS TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

r CAMBERWELL V. WILLIAMS TOWN. j ine Townsmen made a first-rate start, re I presented by a board reading 1 for 59. When N. Mills had subscribed 39 ("with a 6 and three 4's), and Brown had withdrawn for 10, some bowling fun began, and continued until the operator, Forman, had finished the innings for 95. The veteran trundler delivered 55 balls for 20 runs" and dismissed seven bats men. . It was almost the performance of a cricket life time—even of such a life time as Forman's. A. Mills, who went in first, re mained not out. It is seldom, indeed, that a senior player carries his bat through an innings for such a score as *22, especially in fine weather. Camberwell had a capable bat'ting display from Holland, who subscribed 73 not out to a score of 119 for 5 wickets. In his brilliant figuring there were nine 4's and a 6. Camberwell's position should be unas sailable.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INITIAD FOR HANDKERCHIEF [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

INITIAB FOR HANDKERCHIEF An initial worked in filet crochet with fine thread and a very fine crochet hook can be inset into a handkerchief with splendid effect. This is something new, and is especially attractive with a fine crochet edging-. The handkerchief should first be hem stitched with a narrow hem. Draw only three threads, and take four threads for the stitch if yo.u wish a dainty .flashed edge, , ; >; - t

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

ELASTIC TRUSSES For RUPTURE. No springs to chafe. Price, 17/6 SHOULD BE WORN BY ALL MEN. Suspenders. f Write for Catalogue. tern with detachable bag. able. Invaluable for those who stand long on the feet, bicycle and horse riders and ath letes, and pre vents thai "dragging down feeling." We can supply a special pat The most service 2/6 Each OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS till 8 O'CLOCK. 'Phone 4656. T. ROPiwR, 264 SWANSTON ST. (Four Doors from Hospital.) SECRETARIES OF CRICKET CLUBS, The Best Place to Buy Your Cricket Material la "The Sports Specialists," 293 SYDNEY ROAD. BRUNSWICK, The House of Quality and Reliability. Write for Their Illustrated Price-Liat. rost Frea,

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

SHOOTING By "SIR LUCIUS." ( The Weekly Times" is the official organ of t«e Gun Clubs' Association, G. Cook, hpn. secretary. Secretaries of clubs are request ed to forward their fixtures and reports lor insertion, in these columns.) h ^ °^ence asain3t the Game Laws should oe reported to the game protection depart °f the Association. Such information vm be regarded as confidential.

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

No matter what kind of LARGE SIZES-— ban a golfer likes, he BIack & whlto cannot help but be suited Black & Whita Dimple in the Spalding line of Glory Dimple, sis balls, large, medium, "Bob-' and small — light to MKDIUM heavy weights signed for various con SIZES— all de- Domino Dimple. ditions. Here are the fizE^i sizes and names: SPALDING Midget Dimple. OF AUSTRALASIA, LTD., 204 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY. Catalogue Free on Request

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

FARMERS & DAIRYMEN! ' MONEY ADVANCED ' "Upon HORSES. CATTLE, and IMPLEMENTS. — Special Bates and Easy , Repayments. Also on Pianos, Furniture, &e., Jewellery, Diamonds, Plate, Precious Stones, and Merchandise. Correspondence invited for any par ticulars or Information. Reasonable Interest Charged. "FOR SALE.—A largo stock of new and up-to-date Watches, Diamond Rings, Jewel lery, Plate, Field and Opera Glasses;- &c., at lowest prices. WEDDING RINGS, a Special line at cost. All Orders by Post Promptly Attended to. New South Wales M. de P. Deposit and investment Co. Ltd, 215-217 SWANSTON STREET, BIELB. 'Phone 4339. JAMES A. COIjLIVER, .Melbourne Manager. WE HAVE VARIOUS SUMS of MONEY to LEND on COUNTRY LANDS, from £500 to £3000, for. 3 to 7 YEARS, at from 5 PER CENT. LOANS ON INTEREST LNDEfl WILLS. A. E.- MAXWELL Pty.Ltd. 237 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE, (Next "Age.") V • MONEY. We have a large amount of Money to Lend fit Lowest; Current Rates, in Large and Small Sum...

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