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MINING News From the Mines VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

News From the Mines VICTORIA vJreat Sou them Consols (Ruthergien) have repaired the pump and re-started work. Lord Roberts (Daylesfora) have 2ft. of stone prospecting half an ounce to the ton tit No. 2 level south. Central, Plateau Extended (Ballarat) are getting fair dish prospects in the shaft at a depth of 540 ft Princess Dagmar are directing attention to the good stone below the intermediate level over S53 feet. Last year some rich stone was operated in the syncline, ibut it did not extend for any great distance. Two prospects taken from the face of i the Malmsbury Alluvial's south drive have j yielded 7% dwt. gold. From a small bucketful of wash taken from the sides 2% dwt were . obtained. Great Extended Hustlers (Bendigo) are operating the eastern reef at 1156 feet, 1226 feet and 1326 feet. The stone is of good quality. The company has liquidated its overdraft. Nuggetty Ajax (Daylesford) crosscut west off the rise from the No. 7 level north drive has passed through 2ft, of sto...

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

interstate ttoolaf 25H?Msr' Slam-W^'= «tp«t of ■rZm ,raEli!1 the Puzzle Flat mine, tfeaiiba, has bottomed at 83 feet after 4 feet of gold-bearing ce SitS J^ r>n,the £ace 0t the mai11 east auve ojl the Bealiba Alluvial there is from et 01 rou£51 y.rash. The drive evtenripri -a the* north end has been extended 16 feet in payable wash. fi, ^,ave ^ fsst ot payaDie stone at the 2>i5 teet level. A change for the better has taken place 1n Black Range (YV.A.). Two-ounce stone vaas been struck in the shaft at a depth of 1500ft. lhe mine has a history. Dividends have been few and far between of late. Prior to the impoverishment at No. 10 level they were larger and more frequent. The total sum re turned to shareholders in this way is nearly a quarter of a million. Crushings used to average 30 dwt. in progress reports 2 oz. to tne ton was often reported. It is difficult to gauge the value of the present develop ment, as so much depends on the formation. And the formation in the Black Rang...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS PREMIERSHIP MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

By "JACK." . premiership matches. Following" is the draw ior me ijeuuam. i matches for this afternoon (January 17). All | games to be played on the green of the first- i named club in each instance:— "A" FOUR-RINK COMPETITION. Section - 1.—Auburn v. Richmond Union, North Fiizroy v. Fitzroy and East Melbourne, Melbourne v. CollingwocKi, Brighton bye. Section 2.—Canterbury v. Malvern and Caul field, Footscray v. Moonee Ponds, Middle Park v. WiJliamstow-n, Glenferrie Hill bye. Section 3.—Preston v. Oakleigb, City v. E. Cambenveil, Hawthorn v. Ascot Vale, S.M.C.C. bye. ' , Section 4.—Elsternwick District v. Aberfei die. Carlton v. Thornbury, Victoria v. Flem jngton, South Melbourne bye. Section 5.—Malvern v. Camberwell, St. Kilda v. Studley Park, Prince's Park v. Essendon, Port Melbourne bye. Section 6.—M.C.C. v. Auburn Heights, City of Hawthorn v. Praliran, Northeote v. Arma dale, Kew bye. "W FOUR-RINK COMPETITION. Section -1.—East Camberwell v. Auburn, ) Camberw&ll v. Glenferr...

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

SWIMMING By "TRUDGEON." The Australian championships will ^ com- I mence in Brisbane on January 2-1 and 26, ana will be continued at Sydney a_ week later. With the object of selecting the Victorian re presentatives for these important events^ a series of test races was arranged by the Vic torian Amateur Swimming Association. Tne first of these were decided at St. Ivilda on January 10. The 100 yards free style had only two aspirants, T. W. Mason and_ I. Stedman. It proved a great tussle, Mason just_ touching the ropo ahead of Stedman in 62 4-5sec. The ,100 yards breast stroke brought out three starters — "VV. Finney (champion), A. Sauter and C. Stedman. Stedman and Finney i swam level almost to the finish, when Finney ; got in front and won by a couple of feet. : The time was 1.19 3-5. In the half mile five j faced the starter, but only two completed | the course, these being L. Grieve and G-. | Grieve, the former having a big advantage at : the finish. - The aiiuual challenge races ...

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

^tK-fetflplACKLE Write for ListW |||» g i^il J3C0T TPlTlo^KE SlflEIBOURSgj FISHING TACKLE Our .selection of Tackle this season is exceptionally good, and worth the attention of the most critical. We give a few lines below:— SPECIAL ENGLISH CANE BUILT STEEL CENTRE TROUT RODS. Agate Fish Rings and Tips, Bulge Rings, cork grip, £4/10/. Built Cane Rods, very best quality, English, 45/ to 65/. Greenheart Rode, Bream or Fly, 9%ft. to 10&ft., 12/6. 15/, 20/, to 45/. Schnapper Rods, 7ft. to 8ft., 12/6 to 35/. . Bream Rods, from 5/6. And Many Others too numerous to mention. Call in and inspect our large assortment. Chambers i Seymour •'WHERE EVERYTHING IS GOOD." 274 FLINDERS ST., MELB., Opp. Railway Station. OUR NEW ILLUSTRATED FISHING CATALOGUE NOW READY. POSTED FREE. HARTLE Y'S SPORTS AND CYCLE STORES, HS SWANSTON ST., MELBOURNE. T7USHTN0 NETS, Rabbit and -Bird Trap -t- pern' Nets, .Fruit Tree Netting, Fishing Tackle of ovory description. Prlc.o lisV forward^. Vv. CXL.£1, ^&amp...

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FISHING By "F[?]N." [Reports should reach this office not later than Tuesday afternoon.] JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

'By "PUN." [Reports should reach this office not later than Tuesday afternoon.} JANUARY 17.—Pi'ahran—Wilton. Trophy. 17—St. Kilda—A. Payne Trophy. 17.—Essendon—Coleman Trophy. 18.—Carlton—Cannon Trophy. 18.—Brunswick—Passmore Trophjr. 24.—Brunswick—Bright Trophy. 24-28.—Abbotsfora—Week-end Camp. 2i.—Essendon—Mrs Muir Trophy. 28—Fairfield and Aldington—Hartley-Set ford Trophies. Late reports from Mario contain the pleas ing information that angling locally is still very good. Bream, perch, silvers, flathead, ludrick, salmon, and other fish have fallen in large quantities to the rods of Messrs H. James, Reid, Mosley, Hall, Dreverman and Cuthbert. They have between them secured at one visit over 100 fine bream. •Messrs Agg and Starke creeled a very varied basket. It consisted of bream, skippers, fiathead. perch, garfish, mullet and silvers. Messrs Watt and Young one afternon made a nice basket of 18 bream, all magnificent fish. They had one silver that turned the scale at S% lb. Other ...

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

BOATING} By "ROWLOCK" The following entries have been received for the Upper Yarra regatta, to be held on Saturday, January 24:— | Maiden Sculls—Civil Service, Wendourec, j Mercantile, University, Albert Park, Banks. Maiden Pair.—Civil Service, Richmond, j-Corio Bay, Barwo.n,. Wendouree, Colac, Bal | larat, Albert Park, South Melbourne, Foots cray. Maiden Four.—Civil Service Wendouree, ; iNagambie No. 1, Nagambie No. 2, Mercantile. Eaglehawk, Albert Park, Banks, Essendon. Special Maiden Four.—Civil Service, Yarra Yarra, Richmond, Wendouree, Albert Park, South Melbourne, Hawthorn. Maiden Eight.—Corio Bay, Mercantile, Al bert Park, Banks, South Melbourne, Haw thorn. Junior Pair.—Civil Service. Richmond. Wen douree, Naganibie. Albert Park, South Mel bourne, Hawthorn, Footscray. Senior Pair.—Civil Service. Richmond, Wen douree. Cobram, Ballarat, Mercantile, Essen don, Albert Park. Banks, Footscray. Senior Four.—Civil Service, Nagambie, Al bert Park; Hawthorn, Footeerav. The regatta is t...

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

NOTES. The annual rink tournament of the North ern Bowling Association was concluded at South Bendigo on January 10. The competi tors in the semi-finals -were—Gardner, Thomp son, Ward and Hull (South Bendigo), Laidler, Goyne, Brown and M'Coll (South Bendigo), Tatchell, Abbott, H. A. De Ravin and J. A. D*e Ravin (Bendigo), and Horbury, Wills, Blair, and Cock (South Bendigo). Cock (13) beat M'Coll (12). Hull (14) beat De Ravin (33). In the final game Hull (South Ben digo) 24. beat Cock (South Bendigo), 8. "The single-handed tournament in connec tion with the Korutnburra club, for a trophy presented by Mr R. G. Shegog', was con cluded last week, when the president of the club, Mr F. Kitchingman, beat Dr. G. G. Nicholls in the final. The following are the results of the first round of the M.C.C. Cup (handicap. 33. uo):— J. E. Barlow (7) beat T. Clucas (7), 26; Major , W. Jackson (5) beat F. Marsh (12), 29; P. S. Tenny (scratch) beat J. Champion (scratch), 13; L. P. Harrison (8) beat J. ...

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GUEST TOWELS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

GUEST TOWELS. . Crochet, which is, a branch of needle xraft, enjoying a revival at the present 'time, makes an effective decorative motif- for guest t-owels. Nicely em broidered towels are popular gifts for prospective brides. With the1 furnishing of a new home in view, linen of any description is much appreciated. One girl, clever with her needle, sent to her women friends as her Christma3 greeting dainty towels, with " crochet relief. First, she purchased linen towels. For these, which were of ex cellent quality, she paid 2/6 each. For a bridal gift she declares she is more extravagant, and gives 3/ or 3/6 for eaoh towel. Folding the towel in half, she cut" off each end, about 6 inches from the border. Then she joined each severed piece to the body of the towel again-, with a 2%iri, strip of crochet. As the-towel was originally finished with a -hemrstitch-border, the crochet intro duction made a very pretty effect. In the centre, a little to one side, there was a small crochet, sq...

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THE "C" THREE-RINK COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

THE "C" THREE-RINK COMPETITION. Following are the results:— i Cheltenham A (S3 beat Elsternwick Dis trict (54). Cheltenham B (9«3) beat. Mordi alloc B (50). Moreland (79) beat Middle Park (65). ' Fairfield (123) beat Alma (41). Ivanhoe (SV)) beat Thornbury (07). S.M.C.C. (91) beat M.C.C. (63). Prince's Park A (75) beat North Fitzroy (oS). Memone walkover from Fitzroy and East Melbourne.

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BUTTERFLY DECORATION [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

From Paris, fan and opera bags of blue velvet, embroidered in silver beads, have come. They present few difficulties to the woman who wants to copy them. Cut out by any bag pattern you want. Line it with silk of some soft, contrasting shade-—pale green,, light yellow, salmon pink, or white. Before putting the bag to gether, outline a design of big butter flies, with pin pricks or pencil marks, or coarse basting thread. Then fasten small silver beads about an eighth of an inch apart to' follow this outline. You can get patterns of butterflies— the sort that are transferable by means of a hot iron—-and cut them out and" lay them on the velvet, and baste around the edges to outline them.

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"B" FOUR-RINK COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

"B" FOUR-RINK COMPETITION. ; Following are the results:— | Prince's Park (107) beat Middle Park (77). Williamstown (121) beat Port Melbourne ! (74). ! Essendon A (112) beat Footscray (79). ! Ivanhoe (91) beat Kew (S9K St. Kilda (90) beat S.M.C.G. (89)—An excit j ing match. The teams tied at the 25th end, I and in the play-off St. Kilda won by a point. ! North Fitzroy A (99) beat Collingwood (77). North Fitzroy B (114) beat Hawthorn (86). ; Canterbury (111) beat Auburn Heights (S3). | Preston (108) beat Northcote (104). Malvern-Caulfield (120) beat Malvern - Heights (83). i Ascot Vale (114) beat Ess'endon (SI), j Armadale (97) beat Richmond Union (90). i M.C.C. (lt)o) beat City (101). j Cam'berwell (114) beat Box. Hill (SS). I Mentone (98) beat Dandenong (SI). | Oakleigh (97) beat Malvern (94). South Melbourne (103) beat Aberfeldie (82). ?

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SUGGESTIONS FOR THE HOME SUMMER-HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

■A revolving - summer-house, by Jneans of which either sunshine or reliade can be secured all day.

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PREMIERSHIP PLAY. RICHMOND UNION DEFEATS NORTH FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

PREMIERSHIP PLAY. RICHMOND UNION DEFEATS NORTH FITZROY. The principal match on January 10 was the contest between Richmond Union, and the North Fitzroy players, on- the green of the first mentioned club. The result was a vic tory for tha Union team with a majority of ? points—90—S3. xhe credit of the victory undoubtedly fell to Collins1 rink, with Sel lick, Forbes and Dr M'Gillicuddy, which scored 31—19 against the rink skipped by Haslem. The only other success for Rich mond was W. Bleach, who totted up 21—18 against Wallace. For the losers Barr beat Hansen (24—19) and Brewer beat Kelly (22— 19). In the last end of the play in Collins' s-Ink Haslem was lying 5 when the skippers Crossed the green. Both hands were blocked to the Richmond man, but after considera tion he decided to dislodge a certain bowl to alter the position. This he -was successful in doing, with the result that what looked like a losing end was practically a win. securing four. North Fitzroy's defeat pro bably puts...

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

-for Pure Blood and Clear jSki'ii: are impossible when tiie Liver, Stomach and Kidneys are sluggish, or 'irregular. Hollo way's Pills are exactly what is needed, a gentle but thorough corrective. They regulate the biliary secretions, and promptly cure Head aches, Indigestion, jp§ Dizziness, Flatu- J&m* lence''and ' other ailments arising from a.consti pated aition con When feeling ©f sorts " take a few .doses of Hollo way's Pills withoutdelay, and, they will fortify you agairist discajre and rriay avert a serious illness. Hollo way's Ointment in conjunction with the Pills is un matched as a Skin Cure, speedily removing . Eczema Blotches, Pimples, etc. Lfris;specially ■. use f u \v here there are !arge f am ilies, for ChiIbl-ains, Chapped hands, Bruises, Burns and Scalds, as also fo Piles, Rheumatism and pains in the joints and limbs, while in cases of Chesr, Throat and troubles it gives almost magical relief. r irrrrir mi r ittti iiiiii ■ ffi ID Our unique system of sending ...

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

f'y° HOW TO NEFTKALTSE ©US STOMACH AO Few people besides physicians realise the importance of keeping the food contents of the stomach free from acid fermentation. Healthy normal diges tion cannot take place while the deli cate lining- of the stomach is being in flamed and distended by acid and wind —the results of fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect digestion, fermentation must be stopped or pre vented, and the acid neutralised. For this purpose physicians usually recom mend getting a little bisurated mag nesia from the chemist and taking half a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water immediate^ after eating. They recommend.: bisurated magnesia be cause it is pleasant to take, has no disagreeable after effects, and instant ly stops fermentation, neutralises the acid and makes the sour acid food bland, sweet and easily digested. The regular use of bisurated mag nesia—be sure you get the bisurated, as other kinds of magnesia are of little value—is an absolute guarante...

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MENDING HINT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

MENDING HINT When a glove edge is torn or ripped,, buttonhole it with fine cotton thread of the same color, using- a very smajj^ size needle. Then whip the holed edges together. Even kid ^ovp/ may be mended in this way sfcrthat. I Si they will stand aiiy amount of wear, as the cotton does not cut the glove.

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

Correspondence Correspondents are requested to forward the illustrations when inquiring for the loan of a pattern; also to apply for a pattern on the understanding that they will at once copy it 'and return it to other applicants. Correspondence should be addressed to "A Mother," "Weekly Times" Office. Correspondents are requested not to send stamped envelopes. It is advisable that a I pattern should be forwarded in an envelope endorsed with the name of this office, as in the event of it not being claimed it will be returned through the Dead Letter Office. Only needlework patterns are on loan. Patterns are wanted back from Mrs T,H., Cunningiiame, lent October 14; L.W., New South Wales, September 7; Mrs K., Barra minga, October 14; Mrs T.S.K., Buchan, Sep tember 11; Mrs J.M., Orbosfc, September 29; E.O'B., Booroolite, Novem'ber 23; Miss S., Echuca East, November 10; D.E.M., via Strat ford, October 7; Mrs C. M'P., St. Arnaud, November .7; A.T., Baddaginnie, December 15; Mrs C., Kingst...

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

For * producing a delicious, non-intoxicating beer with, fer mentation, you should buy a tin o! "BEERALtLA." One tin is sufficient to make two gallons of wholesome hozne beer. Thirst slaking, cooling, satisfying. J AS. DICKSON & CO., MANUFACTURERS, 32 Franklin street, MELB . L E THE SALE THAT DRAWS LARGER AND 'MORE SATISFIED CROWDS SEASON BY SEASON — BHCAUS3 THE 'LADIES RE1COGNISE THAT BUSSBLL'S ADVER TISEMENTS ARB NOT SALE TALK. BUT HARD FACTS BACKED UP IN" EVERY INSTANCE! BY bountiful SUPPLIES OP GOOD GOODS THAT CANNOT BE EQUALLED ' ELSEWHERE FOR QUALIT Y AND VALUE COMBINED. A FEW. MORE "OUT THEY GO" LIN'S3 WORTH IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. - SILKS. We are Specialists in These Goods. BROGUE SILKS of all descriptions, will be the LEADING FASHION for AUCTION; 1914. See our Island Window Display of the LAT EST BROCij?tj novelties, all marked at "OUT THEY MUST GO" PRICES. Double Width BROOKE_ CRSPONAS, small sprig design, in white, rose pink, sal mon pink, lemon, sapphire, saxe. cin ...

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

" 1P"W £k '7 WTT-T' MAKE DELICIOUS FKtnT CORDIALS at 1/3, the usual cost, 6d bottle (enough for i and y2 bottle of Cordial), posted free on receipt of 6d in stamps; the name of this paper and the name of your grocer. C. M. BROOKE and SONS, SOUTH MELBOURNE, Makers of the Famous "Lemos" Squash and Coffe* Essence. - PEDIC POMADE SSi tag vermiu dead. One application destroys Vermin, Kills Nits, heals sores, cures ring worm; 1/, everywhere, or by post—Small, 1/21 *ar£e, 2/3; extra large, 3/8. Nit Combs, 6d wtra. Chemist, East. Malvern, ^c>

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