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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

Common wealth JgfeSanft of Husttalfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL. BANKING BUSS^ESS at. * EQUITABLE 5UILDSSMQ, COLLINS STREET, IVlELSOURNg Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perch, Hobart, Brisbane, ftockhampton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn cn foreign places direct. Foreign bill3 negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking1 and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Qffico: 317 COLLJfttS STREET, fl/3£kB0imWE. Branches in the above cities and 2,CQC Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits -frorsV t/- to &3QC. Interest at 3% per annum. Deposits op Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agen...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORLD OF SPORT RACING FIXTURES VICTORIA JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

RACING FIXTURES ra VICTORIA JANUARY. ueeiong Racing Club. 24.—Yarrawonga Turf Club. 26.—Williamstown Racing Club.' 26.—Carnperdown Turf Club. 26.—Diapur Racing Club. 26.—Windermere A.N.A. Sports Races. 26.—Merbein Turf Club. 26.—Euroa Racing Club. 26.—Morwell Turf Club. 25.—Dookie Race Club. t . 28.—Korumburra and District Racing ClUD. 2S.—St. Arnaud Turf Club. 2S.—Woodend Racp Club. 28.—Lake Charm Racing Club. 2S.— Kaniva Racing Club. 29.—Woolamai and District Race Club. 50.—Ballarat Miners' Turf Club. 31.—Sandown Park Racing Club. 51.—St. James' Racing Club. ; 31.—Panniure Racing Club.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

Wanted to Sell Ig the Handiest, Simplest, and Cleanest Skimmer on tlie Market. SIZES 9 TO 134 GALLONS PER HOUR Prices from £3/10/ Each Send for Pamphlet, C. E. HALL 12 McKILLOP STREET, MELBOURNE. ALL DUPLICATE PARTS STOGKED. I SI LEX" ASBESTOS LIQUID PAINTS FOR HOUSE PAINTING. The best and most durable Paints for structural purposes ever produced. Covers one-third more surface than white lead paints, and is specially prepared to suit the Vic torian climate. Made in ALL COLORS. Mixed Ready for Use. "SILEX" WEED and SCRUB DESTROYER. —. W. H. BREWER. Between Queen's Bridge and Prince's Bridge, SILEX WORKS. MILLER STREET, SOUTH MELBOURNE. SOAPKO—IT SURPASSES SOAP (The Great Australian Discovery.) HOUSEHOLD.—Mrs S. says: It is more economical and better than any soap I have ®ver used for Laun-dry and Kitchen. TOILET. — Unsurpassed (Miss Madge Temple). MOTOR.—R. H. S. (Perth) writes: I find it better than anything of its kind for motorists. In Tablets and Bars. Obtainable everywhere. Anv ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

SHEETINGS, 0ALHC0E3, Etc. Wrapper Sheets, double bed size* heavy quality unbleached Herringbone twill; all at 2/6- each. Pull Double Bed\ Size White Honeycomb Quilts, extra heavy quality, good value at 10/6; Sale price, 7/6 each. Heavy White Twill Sheeting, very strong wearer, BOin. wide; wonderful value, . 1/4% yd: Richards and Oo.'s Special -Pine Weave Soft Muslin Finish Calico, for ladies' wear, 1 yd. wide; 4/11 doz. Cream Flannelette, soft finish, heavy make, great wearer, l yd. wide; 7/6 quality, 5/11 doz. 'Very Useful Size in Sample Lots White Turkish Towels; all at 8%d each. Bolton Sheeting, for Curtains, maroon, green, fawn, blue, pretty borders; 1/ yd. Heavy quality Unbleached. Herringbone Twill Sheeting, strongest wearer made, double bed width, Uz^d yd.; single bed, ll&d yd. J:AP. SILKS. U Yd—The Balance of Slightly Soiled 20-in. Jap Silks, originally sold at 8-W-d per yd., a good range to select from; now 3d yd. UV^d.—Black Merv. Silk, 20 in. wide; liv2d yd. 3^d Y...

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Stocks and Shares [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

Stocks - and Shares Two movements In the market stand ouf boldy. They are the rise of prices for Bar rier stocks, and the slackening of business in Ararat stocks. Until a few days ago the market tor Bar rier stocks, although higher, had no snap ia it. Prices did not falL when the South African strike occurred, but their jump for ward of a quarter of a million was simultan eous with the collapse of the strike. Som© operators were inclined to ascribe the lm» provement to the feeling of security induced ®n the London Exchange by the termination of the South African trouble. London prices certainly came through strong, but that strength seemed to be based on advancing ra,tes for lead (the chief product of the Bar " rier silver mines) on recent developments at ■ the Broken Hill Block 10, North Broken Hill, and Central Broken Hill mines, and on the return to normal conditions of water supply. Three years ago the mine-owners and the miners registered two, agreements with the industrial Cou...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

FIXX IN THE COUPON^ At Once, for our most ex tensive range of patterns and new fashion book, in cluding our patent correct MEASURE CHART and TAPE, COMPLETE. THE BBST VALUE IN THE WOULD. NOW SHOWING THE FINEST RANGE OF SUITINGS IN AUSTRALIA. Thousands of new Patterns, direct from the English, Scottish, Irish and Australian Looms, await your selection. The variety is great—the quality unquestionable—the value unprecedented. Our pure wool Real Indigo Serges are the Finest of the World's Productions. We pay carriage: ON all order suits throughout the commonwealth. Ail Departments on the Ground Floor. F. S. meyers. Manager. Off. G.P.O. MELBOURNE / / Ji & 'o ® ///?%*? s /(it <5* / / < *<v " pv>1^ s / * °Vo* ^ /o /0^ r X, <v>v • xd> /*<.<*>%* o* i • . ** d^* * * >' v„w^ rffce&p j?" * 1 w.t. 2171 ' u

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

LEGS Burning Heat, Itching So Intoler able Could Not Get Proper Rest. Used Cuticura Ointment. Not Vestige of Complaint Left. 19 Ivy St., Darlington, N. S. W.—"l ean speak with great praise as to the efficacy of the Cuticura Ointment in a case which caused some amount of annoyance and great discomfort. My wife in the cold weather became afflicted with a widely spread crim son rash over the lower part of the body and legs, accompanied with burning heat and such intolerable itching that she could not get proper rest at night. I was recom mended to use the Cuticura Ointment and it was applied night and morning. To ouU intense delight before the expiration of a fortnight there was not a vestige of the complaint left." (Signed) David BlelloclS) J. P., Sept. 30, 1912. ————c FACE ITCHED AND BURNED 317 Young St., Fitzroy, Vic.—"My facd and arms are completely cured by Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. I suffered for about seven or eight months with sor® face and arms. They itched and burn...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COPPER YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

COPPER YIELDS. Mt. Morgan, Queensland.—Smelted 19,998 tons of copper ore, and 3344 tons of Many Peaks ore for 538 tons of 'blister copper, con taining 533 tons of corner and 6540 oz. of gold. Included were 21 tons of copper and 304 oz. of gold, contained in secondary products.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRICE OF METALS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

PRICE OP METALS. I Wolfram (70 per cent, ore), 82/ a unit, ! equal to £112 a ton. Tin, £172 a ton. Copper, £64/12/6." Zinc, £21/11/3. Lead, £18/17/6. Silver, 2/21/i an ounce. .

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIN YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

TIN. YIELDS. Copes Cieek Central, N.S.W. (month), 8% tons; Mt. Bischofi Extd., Tas_. (mouth), 611 short tons, 5y2 tons oxide; Tongkah Harbor, Siam, 25 tons tin. Tongkah Compound, Siarn.—Fortnight's yield, 19 tons . 1 cwt. tin oxide from 16,200' cubic yards; dredged 147 hours. Lost time overhauling and dredging in tailings. Tongkah Harbor, Siam.—Week's output, 21 tons. Penzance, Tas.—Output 2 tons 12 cwt; oxide, assay value 71.2 per cent, tin, from 225 tons ore. Briseis, Tasmania.—Black tin for month, 33 tons.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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SILVER-LEAD YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

SILVEfR-LEIAD YIIMjDS. North Broken Hill Ltd.—Treated 6280 tons crude, ore, assaying 15.4 per cent, lead, 7.5oz silver, 12.9 per cent, zinc, producing 1055 tons concentrates, assaying 70 per cent, lead 23.7 oz silver, 6 per cent. zino. Mill ran 144 hours. Junction North.—Treated 1739 tons crude ore, 669 tons purchased ore, 1199 tons slimes, 314 tons sandy tailings. Produced 679 tons lead e»ncentrates, assaying 51.4 per cent, lead. as.a. oz silver, 14.2 per cent, zinc (of ■ which tons is second grade); 354 tons zinc concentrates, assaying 8 per cent, lead, 14.5 oz silver, 42 per cent, zinc, 245 tons lead-zinc middlings. Mill ran 141 hours. Broken Hill Proprietary Block 14.—Carbo nates despatched 250 tons, assaying 26.4 per cent, lead, and 14.9 oz silver per ton; also 750 ton° sulphides. Broken Hill Propy.—Refinery output for month, 282,650 oz. silver, and 5449 tons lead. Zinc concentrates produced 4790 tons, con- | taining 61,960 oz. silver, 340 tons lead, and 2197 tons o£ zinc. | Am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

A CHALLENGE "THE WEEKLY 1. MES" LARGEST CIRCULATION Of any General Weekly Newspaper Published in ihe State. If this statement be challenged by any other general weekly Newspaper published in Vic toria, and proved to be incorrect, tsie proprie-< tors ol "The Weekly Times" are prepared to forfeit £100 The conditions of the challenge are as fol low:— That any general weekly newspaper pub lished in Victoria claiming a larger circula tion than that of "The Weekly Times'' shall deposit £100. That the books and documents of " The Weekly Times" and of the other newspaper be submitted to a firm of professional ac countants, who shall have full access to same. That If *"I\be Weekly Times" should fail to substantiate its claim the £100 forfeited by the proprietors shall be divided among tha charities. That If the claim of "The Weekly Times" be found' to be correct by the accountants who made the examination, the £100 deposited charities.

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STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

STATE PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Both Houses of the State Parlia ment met on Tuesday afternoon, January 20, to resume consideration of urgent measures left in suspension by the defeat of the first watt Min istry in December. The attendance of members was large, and the visi tors' galleries were filled. New Min isters and new iticSiifoeYs were sworn in. ARREST OP EDWARD O'NEILL In the Legislative Assembly. Mr G. M. Prendergast moved the adjourn ment of. the House for the purpose of discussing the arrest of Edward O'Neill at Omeo, in mistake for Sparks. Mr Murray said that the Chief Commissioner of Police, at an inter view, had given him full particulars respecting the arrest. The action of the police was certainly very ill-ad vised. He would get a full report of the whole of the facts. No doubt the police who effected the arrest acted honestly. Mr Keast said that the man could have been treated properly. The Chief Secretary: That was an other phase of the question. The man certa...

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Australia MOTOR CASE FAILS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

MOTOR CASE FAILS The case in which fraud was alleged in connection with the importation of motor cars and accessories into Aus tralia, was dismissed. Robert Ralph Millbourn, Edward "Wil liam Idle, Walter John Kemsley, and Bruce Anthony Cuthbertsoh were charged with having conspired to evade payment of Customs duty payable on motor cars, tyres, accessories, and ad vertisement matter imported into Aus tralia. Mr Graham Campbell, P.M., said that the evidence was insufficient to justify putting the defendants upon trial. The great bulk of it consisted of docu ments, and it was unreasonable to ex pect any jury to convict without hear ing witnesses concerning those docu ments. He thought, however, that the case was a proper one for inquiry. Immigrants despatched to Australia in 1^13 numfceyjid 58,799, Qi 2^,458 were men, 20,042 women, and 13,2S9 children. Six thousand boys are going to Victoria and New South Wales in 1914. The Swiss Government has inti mated that it will not allow more th...

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General [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

"Very severe weather has been experi enced in Great Britain and on the Con tinent. England was enveloped in several feet of snow. Villages in the Narbonne district of France were buried beneath ten feet of snow. Country train services were sus pended, and several trains were held up, and rivers frozen. Traffic on the Seine was stopped, and miniature ice floes rushed against vessels. With his head and face badly bat tered, a non-unionist worker was found dying at Eton quay, Dublin. A man has been arrested in connection with the affair. Mr James Larkin, the Dublin strike leader, addressing 2000 strikers at 'Croydon Park, Dublin, recommended the men to return to work, as money and food supplies had practically stopped. Bodiea of the third officer and two sailors of the Hamburg-Amerika liner Acilia, which was lost while on a voyage from Europe to Monte Video, have been picked up on the coast of Terra Del F*ueg"o. Wreekag-e from the vessel was also found. A wealthy Englishman who was re ...

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BURGLARY CHARGED ACCUSED MAN REMANDED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

burglary charged ACCUSED MAN REMANDED Frank Thomas, ai'resteu on a of burglary from the dwelling, of G. Schumacher, of Toorak, was, . at the City Court, remanded until January 27. Detective Edwin Ethell gave evidence of the arrest by himself and Detectives Ashton, Evans, and Jackman. Oil De cember 31, Thomas was alleged to have pawned certain stolen articles at a pawnshop in Errol street, North Mel bourne, a few minutes before the writ ten notice of the robbery had been re iceived by the pawnbroker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

BOOKS. BOOKS. BOOKS. NJ3W and SECONDHAND. Any Book Advertised Anywhere may be Ob „.T, tained from us. 'HE NEW ENCYLCOPAEDIA, in one volume, 1600 pages; equal to six large volumes, concise, accurate, and with maps and illustrations; posted for 9/6. SCOTT'S LAST EXPEDITION, with illus trations and maps, cheap edition, two Volumes, cloth, posted for 7/6. "Write for Lists. HOLDING'S BOOKSHOP, 165 High street, Prahran.

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PROCEEDS OF ROBBERIES A BURGLAR'S PLANT A FIND IN FITZROY GARDENS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

PROCEEDS OF ROBBERIES -— ®- ' A BURGLAR'S PLANT A FIND IN FITZROY GARDENS ■interesting and surprising dia« coveries followed a siesta in the Fitz roy Gardens on Sunday, and, as a re sult, the police are now in possession of a quantity of jewellery stolen in re Geai'fc Mr John Orledge, a resident of Bourke street, went to the gardens in the afternoon, and after reading a newspaper dozed off to sleep. On awakening at 6 o'clock his gaze roamed in the direction of a box culvert in the gardens. Seeing a woman's white enamel handbag, he got a long stick to push it through the culvert. To his surprise, the stick forced out five handbags, one | of fine silver mesh. One of the bags contained a gold watch, three gold bangles, two gold wire bangles, a medal, a gun metal watch, a silver card case, an "in memoriam" brooch, brass watch chain, and an en amelled medallion. Mr Orledge concluded that the articles had been stolen, and that the thief had used the culvert as a place for the concealment ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Foreign Affairs JAPANESE EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

Foreign Affairs . JAPANESE EARTHQUAKE. The Japanese Seismological Depart ment thinks that the eruption of 8a kura Shima was due to the activities of the volcano Higashi Kirishima, which, legend states, the Emperor's divine ancestors descended upon from Heaven. Previous reports from Kagoshima of the death roll were shockingly exag gerated.. The majority of the islanders were rescued. Thirty thousand houses on Kago shima Bay were destroyed. Two hun dred thousand refugees, who were scat tered about the mountains and forests in the early house of the disaster, escaped. j The exaggerated reports published of the damage caused by the Japanese earthquake are causing great comment. The death roll does not exceed 200. j At Kagoshima volcanic ashes are 3ft. over the whole of the town, which is completely dark at. night-time, and al most deserted. One woman returned to rescue her baby. Snatching up an infant, she car ried it to a train, which she boarded after a fierce scuffle. On arriving at ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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DOMINIONS HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

DOMINIONS HOUSE. The Duke of Norfolk is acting as chairman of Dominion Sites, Limited, during1 Earl Grey's absence. Lord Chelmsford, formerly Governor of New South Wales, has joined the board, and will leave for Canada to place the de tailed schemes before Mr R. L. Borden, the Dominion Prime Minister. The syndicate is issuing a booklet of opinions of the Australian, New Zea land and Cp-nadan press favorable to tlya Dominions Kousa It is proposed to construct buildings between Australia's new offices and the Gaiety Theatre, with a tunnel connecting. Mr M'Kenzie, architect of the Aus tralian Buildings, has prepared plans placing Canada in the centre of the building, and South Africa and New Zealand in the wings, with a tower overhead forming a beacon of empire, while along the whole length of both buildings an exhibition hall for the dis play of the Dominion's products is sug gested. Architects suggest that there should be a new bridge across the Thames at the eastern end leading dire...

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