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STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Thursday, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

STATION PRODUCE REPORT. 'Thlid aiy, 25th Jantiaje. 'ecllonjoiiii WooilbroieCra' ~Snociaiion .((oldE brough, M'ort and Co. Lid., Australian Mi'rcantile Land and Fiiniice Co. Ltd., New Zealand Loan . and Mercantile Agency (.o. bzi., Dalgety ani Co. Ltd., Ausitralian Esta ces and 31o:gaige C(o.; Ltd., Younghnuslmnl; 1H1w and Co. Proprietamy Liti.) reports: Shee, Sktin.-Aee:age entalogues we:re eubitit tcd, comnp titon was keet, with au anlance of one-ciditl i ll ottacl nrown ilterino telts, otiler lots hlowing no alteration. I ide.-Ftill supplies to hand, cofmlilttio:t wvas -eeti at late raites for all guoo contditiosnel Iha \ic-, rit Ikip , lights and mirot other aveigits ruled onte-ciththi to otie-quarter lower. lFri red Skiins.-Small supplies otfered at Mon (ay y's ,iuctioit; bidding was dlll, and tie market slowed no alterations on the previous sales. Tallon.-1Fairly good boards were suibtoitted, with local uwers almost oit of tile market, ship jute' limits being reduced priced, we...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MAI-RKET. v1l'Ol.TA . l.\ I1ET'. At the market on Thutlr y qu, i0 e-l wro.e au . follb\i:-et:ints, 1':'te.( 23! to i0l 100 lb.; ,111, Ni. to 3'!. ,h,'b; ,ab.lag.s, 2,0 To 1/ do..; catrll'lot: , 1/ to 2/ dol . bnl ?; (t.; ( d5t. to ltd. o;:. b |unches; onu ibel's, p to ; 7 ot:.; avonder, 4!. to l5. doz. iunc.he;; lettu''re. t/ t9 2/ doz.; Inr.amm:, . t o., t . do. do iches; ;{ail,. 0l.i to 8Lt. 1O0. w, 1:1>th?: ordn, grnI/ ,I . to .d.] dcz. buclhe, ; do., ,rid , 7/ to 7/ r'c't.; parsley, il. to d1. doz. lunches; l ar~nip-. If to 2/ dle;'. buenhes; la.t, .16/ to 20/ 100 lb.; jotatoei, 4,0 to 5/ aw:.. pumpkins, 'frks' cap, 1/ to 12/ dozt., large highle; ege,:able mI'Irow, 5/ to 9/ doz.: ra dishes, 0.., 81. dozt. bunches; rhltbarb, 1/ to 1/0 doZ. bunches; age, lid;, Sd., doz. bunches; spinachl, 3] to 2/6 dc. btnclhes; thyme, 6,. to 8id. doz. bunches; turnips, white, 1/ to 1/0 doz, bunches; tdo., SwD,ee 1/ to 2/ do(. / che; . h tOliatoe, 3/]l to S/ ra:'.. Fruit: Ap...

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FRUIT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

FnIt IT IEPORT. Mcsscs. M l'C'lsre, 'laintine anid Co., 49-57 Willitim. Ptect. Melbotlitnt report I Itinf Ielld thei .usual sales of fruit. for teele L docl 14th January. P'ricos an fsllow:-Jtrlf orange'-, 10/ to S . l G..Alila: Dc= stort, 12/ to 9/, primeo finality Stratvisrtikc Des sert, Sd. to 25d. per bos. Peaches. 9/ to 5/. Apn cots. 80/ to 2/11. Iledigo tomattees, 7 to 5/. EchutCb tomatoes, 3/G to 1/i. Cherries: \ Trglreet, 13/ to 10/. Peas, It/ to 6/ per 100 lb, lrentch beatts, Sil/ te 11/ Icr 1CD lb X WB.C pears: Prime, H/ to 31/. Ilig, 7/ to 4/. II.5. altniral9s: Prime, 4~d. to 351. p'r lb.: roedium and iiftllor, 3S. to 2d: per ;b. S.S. almindts· Prime, Sd. 1t) 7r1. per1 11:.; altttil nIad inrferioi, Cd. tor tid. pet lbt. Wr hurts: Prime, 3d. to . tiner lbt.; others, 7d. to 46d. per lh. Dried 1/eas: 1'tite, 7A8. to Sd. 145r lb.; ocnt11 and itnferiot, lid. to -Id. ier lb. Honey, 3d. ter lb. Beeswax, ]A3& to 1/21 jtrs lb. Plums, 2/ to a3ji per btliushot ratc. Gooseber...

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TALES & SKETCHES MOLLY'S HUSBAND. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

.i:·-----------------~; 1 MOLLY'S HUSBAND, BY RICHARD -MARSH,. author of "The Rogue's Progress," "Thc'Beetle," &c. C [COPYRIGIIT.] CIHAPL?. VII. .. ;:BY T:IE LIGHT EF THE MOON. :There ensued in that hollow, im~mcdiate I f~,ter the appearance of thlat young man, a.ti : episode which was as brief as it was :liv;el-. : "W'i n he put to t~rem, in ungentle tones, that question, the quartet . were t'alkin -i wholly by surprise. .: :.:Diie bi man, for: an instant, 'let go of the girl oirel.. She r as quick to take ad iantd of .he.oppotuniity by scrambling t 6. o ~ l.hi: fee t and" Wcilding :to thle young man aboxe "MlC Drijacnnd ie ecicmed. "heip! *:i¶..ey wointed- •t o kil me:(!::::: i . ;i 1ier'e was -notning to showr that they had -ne:.nid.ed. t?.ipas far as t?lyant, but the 'oring man opuhed to ask no 'further ques .. en? came rueaaii g dolvi the slope. Xon u brat" he shouted. By the time Ie reacz ed the bottom the four men 'were. o ni i;fe Not for a sceond did one of them see ...

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

FRPEE Distribution of Special Trial Bottle of TUlRKISH HlENNA, for GREY. IHAIR. Send ld. Stamp for Postage. DUERDIN and SAINS1HURY, 'Wholeoado Drugfgits, Melbours: ARE You Troubled vrith Cormat AGORN SIIK Speedily Remno?ea ?btinnaie Corns Without Pain. SoMd e'erywhere or psted direct on rendling Td. in stamps. DUERDIN ?xnd SJINS.BURY, Mel The two lines we now mention are Wratohes that, althonugh low in price, tay be completely rolled uporn. They awe made spoially for us, and priced at bedrock to ensure quick sales. You will ind them the very best value in thi5 city. 'Genitine Eeyleae ~English Lever, silver hunting eases, jewelleet, all latest improve. ments, 2 years guawr- £) antee.. . . .. .. .. Also, the saeme Watch, in genuine gold illed eases,.. wear . equ.al to solid E gold .. 9; . . .'. .. Gunters, S237 BOURtE-S?T?-ET. Opposite Theatre IRoyal.

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THE GUN EVENTS OF THE WEEK. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

EVENTS OF THE WEEK. JANUARY. Melbourne Gun Club, Starling Plate and Bentleigh Purse ........... Essendon" Gun Club, Open £20 Pigeon Handi cap .7 Norhcote Club, Open Sparrow landicap.. Melbourne Gun Club; Members' Doubles .. ..

Publication Title: Leader
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SCANLAN V. ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

SCQANL\N -V. DS.IErSON. At tlie Leicester Boulevard 'illng on Friday niigld, the Queewilanl!er .'lbert Scanidsn engaged in a ton-round contest with "'Oo':poroa1" Ander so0,. T'lhe tbout cnded in a draw.

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WELSH BEATS ROBIDEAU. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

WT'ELSII I15EAT1S 11OBID~IEAU. T'he Engl 1i 1 high t wciglC Freddiei W'csli giaiiler1 lhc lecisioul iii aI rix-roijnd.lot botilginst Sawn liOI~ideau; of I'hli:il h1Iplila, in t~lmt city- on Samer d~t3. 'I'lic deccisionl wa·s a populni one.

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JACK JOHNSON MATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

.JACK[? JOt-?tLXi.ON 8L1ATH-EI-i?.,. Artic-de have !been signed for a mtrimch for the world's .ay '\weigi.t clhanpionsthip -'4a.vcen Jack JTohnson, the tprsct tholder oft the title, and Fi'tn! Mat-a i The conts-. will!i ploba'tly .tAle?. it:ce on th' ,.'eningolf: ..tl.e rilc fol t: the -:(lal P'rix dei'Patis, .·hihn .. invtuaiib'y run on .the last Sulday ill .Jene. Johittson recevivc £60iO win, lo-e or i-larw. ttntl in -dtt'tition getcs £1000fotr ex-pe i-s, h'ilc.Mortlt Tecei've. ,tOf0. ihe purLse is !beilg' trovided 'by three American nillionaircs. "

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BOXING A BOXER'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

A nOXEitfS DEATH. ' h, e ' ic pifoScOution of t!he boxr 'Jess" ItSlard. . at.,- Los -An-ge!cs on the. charge of filghting in 1-efi~ice- of the State laws, -in counection with the death of "'ill" Younr on 2lst uAgust last, ats the result of a knock-out lhiows delivered.. by W'illard, wns before the courts on Thursday last. Tfhe promoters of the fighit were also dcharged with a.anslawghter. In order to nmake the case a clear one of priie Olghting or otherwi''e, the attorney for the pro secution .abandoned the .cascs again:st nine of tt:e accusted, ccnti ui? o:ly o li that of -Wil. 1 rd. The ir eerc, Eiton, declared in .his evidence that virtial~lv, all noct-outs were "'paper knod.l- cuts.". lie sid that Fizc- fiighting- was iot rCally a brutal sport, Rnd tat the:.b?,ow which knocked out oungr. wa redlj"y :??dal one . Th13 Froseeution w::I con:insue, oil in day. CTounsel oi' ' ,the de'ence qi:oti Ceos.ge Washington's Ic.anings towards codc?fght is', and the fact that Britth ~slortsnmon...

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AMERICAN ATHLETES AT AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

AM3URICA~- ATH1LETES AT UC?Kr A'D. The Americians co mpeted in the F'xhibition Sslorts in Ihe- Domain on SLa, turd-iy Th weather ,wa fine. and ,the tra. i.. sp.l dite order'. Thie visitors i faled t~ o recod one v'r 'The. Mile Test was wan by Dormer ,t mn. 24 1-5thil sec. 1'ower mde ro excuses for hi de. feat. -fe said Ithe track w'as.the .best hie ere ran on. Dornmer waited oin th"e Ai'oican till well .mn the straiit, andl out-dpal him. in the run ihome, wirmh' nicely. .In i- te hi o Yrd IhIrdle Race-i eddell beat Templenrton in the herts and ii the final. In tiihe 8N0 ij'r Dormern? a expoeted to .oppose Prcer, but he dripped out nd·o. Reid aonie opposedI Power. .Iiq. haamliea iras toeo.abig, n'd "heh r-?e 'w;as" "uainttest~ing; -f~utting" the lii s,. shot, .-Adono (: fe?t:' inchvs), 41 .feet 9 I:nche-.; nitu"t (19 feett.. S¶ feet 9 inches, Caugrhe, (.sertdr . 4 , f, e.. Ca.-hey later on t.ried to ~at ithe record, amld tihre -. 44. feet? inch, nc bt him~ hind touched iti e.'groumld...

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INTER-STATE, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

ITER;STrATE, ENCLISH AND FOREICN RACINCI MIoorefield was the rendezvous for Syd. ney tacegoers on Saturday, and as the wea ther was nice and pleasant, and the pro gramme gave promise of-an afternoon's in teresting sport-a promise well fulfilied there was a very large gathering. Al -.beit, the wearers of the satchel had some thing the lbest 'of the betting, -not one favorite materialising during the afternoon. Miocene (Simmer-Sepia), starting at 5 to 1, second favorite, led off by winning the Flying Handicap from Happy Lady, Brun bilde, and 13 others, including the favorite, SBretelle, and the veteran Irishman, in the fair time of 1.14). Miss Mooltan (Mool tan-Lady Moorefield), who was permitted to go out at 8 to 1, proved the bestof the octet that contested ,the Steward's Mile, and she was escorted home by Oweenee and Beok's'Lager, wiho is recovering her form, and should soon win again. Among the "also started" was the :hurdler Ennisbelle. Usually lhorses go fr~i flat racing to hur ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ATHLETICS' [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

The Austsaasian ch mpionssxips are now 3Bt on us; and the visiting 1teanms will be artring .:.daly tris wcdc:. Such a colreption of atletic talenit las,.xievc r b IscaI brouglt togetlier in Aus rMi,~i; amud- the visitors and friends coming fro m the -othert State: numbuer over:i;ent?.- T'rin nddl tion- te:the?eans frem. Nw Zesand, :Queeaslamnd, KeP Southi iVrse' South AustraihA end Tasmania, four c' tule stit aritlets from Apneric.-"Will take Icft' J. A. Powuir is now striking i"fourm, and the further meeting betweeni Do.ormer, thu? -Nes Zeahumd star, who just-recentlly defeated Poc er, in -4 min..2 - 1-5th ace: should alone -xpa~ y .it.tend ance at the sports., Ctaughe -is beating.?3-feet vith :thd: shot: Parker Is ha io·t o take a .rest, owvirig to a strairted sinew• Templ-eton i3 shtifiF?ing good formnt the p.ole -juml>lbng -jmnp and.hig~h -.mp, and is'.nearing, hs best at the .120 yards rrdleca. Of the New Zealanders, Keddell is show ing. exceptionail form, ud- both -at. l:ur...

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

SSTUD NOETES. . " BY PO, S.TDO . Cl A4teliii; wh1 o won his second Perthi Cup a fcw days. iSgo; Jhs proved:a:very fortunate pui'chale o for Mr. .P.- A. . Cbnriolly; ho bo.ught the horse as a yearling at'-Sydney tt the sales of 1909 for 35 guiineas. ' Two yeas' ago Mi'. Connolly-.bought Effervesce, the dam of Artesian,. for. 165 guineas, and'put her in his.atud. at Dunreath, heac Perth. Subjoined is the tabulated pedi gre of Artesian, who was bred by 3Messrs. Osborne Bros. at. Widgeon Gully, Jugiong, New South Wales: S p' - c . 'Vedette . ., (2') Spcculi.n Doralice Ncivniinster ... . Ladylike -aiistci irNwcininster. l H crmi . ... . . Seclusion I Ratcatcher's Rataplan a Daughte"r Lady Alicia 0 - Stcrling Oxfor W hisper' I Isola Bella Stockwell o. . " " . Isoline . . - D * onca te:Nr ori-1 Clemence- . Newrminster E "ulogy. a i . Vedette Galopi 1Flying'Duche s St.. Angela' ng Tom Adeleine. DIut Sitem Thlr Flying' Ditl Ska D tchman > ,Fulvie:. S'Cantiaier e ockwell C antine ,- : -. Y...

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TRAP SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

TRAP SIOOT|IN?. . 3DY EESEE. , iThe holiday dlistractioils having passed, the vari ous gun clubs are once miore in the regular swing of their Iperiodical programmes. The re open:ing of operations agailnst .the feathered tribe ty members of the Metbouine Gun OC:ub . was 9ifected .-at the Friday shoot last week, when tel third, competitition* for the Murray Cvup 'w?sas tcllen n~n hand. The conditions were .five birds, sc?oring by points, and the posible .15' points were obtained by each of four competitors, viz., "('laure," Coffey, "Greener" rild Menizies. They shot on. "Claude" went out -at s18 points,, and 'Greener" at 21 points. The other two kept together until into the "forties," and Coffey ultimately won, with i5 points 'against Menziaes' 45. At the M.G.C. on Saturday there was a strong nmuster for the shooting of two £10 handicaps, one at sparrows and one at starlings. Each event lasted twelve routnds. In that at spar rows "Diiphne," -20 -yds., and "Claude,"'22 yds., headed the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

The "TASMIVANIAN. F.ORTNIGHT." Launceston Cu!p Meet, .28th to 31st January. Hoba~: Cup Meet, 4th lo 7th February. E;:xclr.sion ~lultra, P'ae, Me?bournl to .auinee~ ton ar,4 Jlobar't, , 19;3. .I nluire aIt TA?MANIAŽ,N GOVERn?MI:NT BUIREAUl,. , I.)onliulaon.?hunl'ets, .9 W iliaite-strict, M?ebourae. 1_1 } OTHER KNO WS STHE CURE! .. What a mother does. not know about her childien Is not worth knowing. Ode thing that. mothers know is that GREA.THEAD'S MIXTURE :is an in S k faltlbfcure for the troublesome little coughi that so often becomes danger ous. There's a doctor in each bottle. . USED 40 YEARS. GREATHEAD'S MIXTURE h"as served many generations, and hun dreds of thousands of little sufferers ha'e been cured by it. It combines both eurative a': l tonic properties, ani is splendidil- . --. 1ly applicable to the child sys tern. Indeedl, the dnly niedicine that can be safely rceommendled .for. childrei is GREATHEAD'S MIXiTURE. .The little ones like 't wbthen mixed with honey. OBTA)NABLE...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

RIFLE SHOOITIN . . BY CORDITE. SInterest is beginning to grow heen ill re spect of the ~forthc'oming selection cf a team to go to Bisley this year. In order .that satisfia tion may be. given, the rifle associntions in.the various States will have to. take some special means of. alloy'hing eligible men to quaTify for1 slecticn. The idea that a ,nan 'has shot well at Bisley in a former team, arid that tfiercfore he ,should be again selected, is not one tliat ougnt to Ibe allowed to dominate the proceedings. As far as possible, it hlould be observecd as a princip!e that new men should be chosen .c.?ry time. These trips to Bisley are h ld1 out as amongst the most powerful irnducements to members of ritle clubs and other marksrmen to make thenmselves ec pert: shots, so as to Ihave a chJilce of scelection at sonme tinie in their career. . If it is to be taken for granted that one man, or one set of men, is to be selected and reselected on successive occasionri. what becomes of tthe "allge...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

-TURF TOPICS. Saturday's attendance ast Aspendale Park was onceimore in the vicinity of a recofd, in fact, Mr. J. R; Crooke, the fortunate proprietor, in a short chat, thought he had never seen a bigger crowd in the outer re serve, and I am sure I never saw a larger attendaee "inside." The day was emi nently suited for eutdodr sport, ithe'sun's rays being just properly tempered by the cool southerly wind which blew in from Port Phillip Bay, a couim'!e of liundred yards away. Fiehids were fairly good through out the' afternoou., the class of horses tak ing par.t was perhapa an aimnilrove'nent upon those usually associated with "down the line" courses, and Mr. R. K. Mait .land's handicapping resulted in interesting racing and close finishes; while,. though' only one first 'tfavorite arrived to gladden. the hearts of backers, nearly all the otiher winners were fairly we!l supj?orted at the prices quoted. The stipendiary stcwards saw nothing in the running to call for their intervention...

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QUALITY V. SIZE OF VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

QUALITY V. SIZE OF VEGETABLES.' At a recent' vegetable ecrhibiton held in London, there was a class the object of which was to illustrate vcgetables which are in daily use and possess the qualities mos, eS d for table by cooks. biut there ir~pn~It ontries, anid:both of these i r s by the two chefs who latficen m o judge by: the council of the RoyI A c tural Society. As ofli eia d ~Nrd the magnificence of the pdiducts, f point of view of the art of enli as unqueetioricd, but the f illustrate or possess the idities looked for 'lP the ook, T e exception of the cauliflowei' and tomato." The inciden~t gave satisfactioa to a few people who are ihterested in what they consider Quality in vegetables, and it has .been notably incrcased by a corre spondence which stihl continues in the "Gardening Press." That Eooks should thus endeavor t. teach gardeners their business-has caused some indignation, with insinuations from the latter that. the chefs are imunpeifetly acquainted with theirs; but f...

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BEEKEEPING BEES MUST HAVE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

EKE 1gJG BEES PMIST NAVE WATER. flees must have plenty of water this hIoi. weather, -eayv an- Aiustralian inibtorityi,. aic the suppry sehoullbe dose and handy. Oner,. bee carrying water from a hole a hlufldredL yards- away will ld the . work o6. -wo rif it has to be 'brought twice the distance. : In exceptionally hot weather becs require a4 large Quantity..of. -water, which theyv-mistlz hate tf the conmbs are, not going to be melted down; therefore the. advantagc? o: having a good supply.. neari by. is ovions. During the recent heat wave when the thermometer registered - 125- deg. in tli&e ShadC,- bees went crazy afteir water. At one of my apiaries, the nearer supply hlaav lug dried up, they were getting the wateri from a hole halt a -mile away. &Some olf dthem discovered.that the tap. at the. .bouse was. dripping, and before very long half a pint of bees were hanging on to that tap--e Presently- the bunch would 'hecome toon heavy and fall off, only to *be replaced ...

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