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DISASTER TO A SUBMARINE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

DISASTER TO A SUBMARINE Submarine A7 sank in Whitsand Bay, near Plymouth, on Friday, Janu ary 16, with all on board. • The search was hampered by the rising sea and a bitterly cold wind. It is generally agreed that the sub marine is embedded in the quicksands of the bay. A solemn funeral service for the eleven victims of the disaster was held over the waters of Whitsand Bay on Sunday, January 18. After five days' continuous search, the sunken vessel has been located. It was found lying in 33 fathoms (198ft.) of water. Noticing oil on the waters in Whit sarid Bay at 4 p.m., a diver descended and found the vessel.. A salvage lighter was ordered to leave Plymouth Sound at daylight to endeavor to raise the submarine, and this was done. Suspended to the lighter the submarine was towed to Devonport.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLD YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

GOLD YIEiLDS. West Australia.—Golden Horseshoe, 19,7© tone, £20,S26; Gt. Boulder, 14,468 tons, £44,545; Gt. Fingall, 4370 tons ore, 4884 ace, . ©and, £10,251; Lake View and Oroya (Queen of Hills), 3656 tons, £6081; Oroya links, 11,000 tons, £12,124; Perseverance, 15,780 tons, £16,683; Sons of Gwalia, 13,950 tons, £21,671. New South Wales—Adelong Ck,,: 122 houri; 57oz.; Adelong-Estate©, No. 1 Dredge, 4$4,oz.} do., No. 2 Dredge, 51^oz.; do. (month), No. 1 Dredge, 441 hours, 193%oz.; do. (month), No. 2 Dredge ,497 hours, 281%oz. Miscellaneous.—Tongio Dredge, 197 hours, myzoz.

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

H Q 1LJMBUI&W tan. assd freckles, with a he == smarting and Itching they often set H up, are particularly trying to the fair |hg!£j^ s sex. The lianas, arms, seek and face are H the parts chiefly affected by these dis ss figorements- Under the arm-pits and round the H thighs soreness often arises from chafing and g= excessive perspiration, while on the hack and neels H rashes and eruptions frequently appear and call for H gentle dressings with Zaiu-I3ok. ^ The healing, antiseptic juices in Zam-Buk are so perfectly ~ blended that they are naturally absorbed fey the shin, which ^ immediately feeis a delightful! > cooling and soothing sensatioa ^ inpleasant contrast with the itching irritability caused by the heat. EE: 2ans-Buk purifies the skin-pores and ejects all bad matter, and - == also imparts a heaEtiay softness, clearness, and elasticity <o the * g= skin. 2am-Birk also renders the sStin germ-proof, and thus prevents = the outbreak of serious skin-disease s...

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ANTICIPATIONS GEELONG RACES THE CUP MEETING By "AUSTRAL." [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

ANTICIPATIONS GEELONG RACES THE CUP MEETING By "AUSTRAL." If the weather conditions are in any way favorable, there should "be a big crowd at Geelong to-morrow (Satur day), when the club's Cup meeting will be brought to a conclusion. The Geelong- Cup is set down for deci sion, and as there are several good horses engaged in it, the event should be interesting. The five other races on the programme have each attracted a numerous entry. Racing will begin at 2.35 p.m. My selections are as follow:— Moora-bool Welter EARL GODWIN * rqsbview 2 uki 3 Junipers' Flat Race napkarb 1 ! PUAKA 2 THE MAJESTIC NUT ...... 3 Geelong Cup COOLAMATONG ~ •• + MONODIA 2 EARL GODWIN .. •• 3 Corio Plate . ROSNY .. „ .. 1 LORNEZ * .« 2 MINDAI *. .. .. • « 3 Oorio Purse kareela i LYNCEUSi . .. .. 2 malvaoeous 3 Final Handicap AYR BOY .. 1 LIPOLA • 2 BULLI® BOY .. 0. •• 8

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS The Turf [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS The Turf J.D. (Box Hill).—The jockey you mention Is not married. A. M. (Rushworth).—Defence is an imported gelding. 4 years, by Carbine from Pola. He ran unplaced in the Malvina Welter at Caul field oil Saturday, July 19, 'carrying 8.7. The minimum weight in the event was 7.7. Galah (Ouyen).—If the sports meeting was approved by the Victoria Racing Club you might, under rule 64, be able to run "the horse on a registered course. It would be a wise plan to write to Mr H. Byron Moore, secretary of the Victoria Racing Club, giving full details of the case. A.W.—Redleap was handicapped to carry 16.12 in the Findon Harriers Cup, a two mile Bteeplechase won at Caulfield on September 4, 1897. L.T. (Oakleigh).—Wiri Wiri did not start in the Final Handicap at Terang on New Year's Day. Doubtful.—You win 37/6. South Melbourne.—Yes. The 'Beggar Maid won the Welter Handicap of seven furlongs at Bendigo on May 29, 1912. Redcorn.—G-. RoSs rede Bye Glass wihen he defeated Comed...

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WEST AUSTRALIA JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

WEST AUSTRALIA JANUARY. 24,26,31.—W.A.T.C. Anniversary meeting.

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TASMANIA JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

TASMANIA JANUARY. 28, 29, 31—T.R.C. Summer meeting.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

SOUTH AUSTRALIA JANUARY. SI,—A.R.C. -Foundation meeting.

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NEW SOUTH WALES JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

NEW SOUTH WAIVES JANUARY. 24.—A.J.C. Anniversary meeting. 26.—A.J.C. Anniversary meeting, »!.—Rosehill.

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GEELONG RACES CUP CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

GEELOXG RACES CUP CARNIVAL The Geelong Racing Club's Cup meeting was opened on January 23 in pleasant weather. The attendance was satisfactory. Both special trains from Melbourne were well patronised. Owing to the late arrival of the second special train l'rom Melbourne, the start of the first race was delayed. Results:— . i TRIAL HANDICAP 0£ £30. Second £7, and third £3 from the stake. Five furlongs. METRIC (Hautmofct—Metallic), R. E. Baker's br g, 6y., 7.11 (H. J. Connelly) 1 13OUCHAL MACHREE, J. F. M'Mahon's br g, 5y., S.9 (G. A. Burns) 2 HOSE KOR, Q. Mills' b m, oy., 9.0 (G. Harrison) .. ... 3 Tlie other starters were:—Kurrakai, 8.7 (J. Killorn); Princess Xemy, alld. 51b., 7.6 (L. j Eaton); Malvaceous, 7.9 (H. Jackson); Phil- ; harmonic, alld. 51b. 7.0 (H. W. Bird); Lebasi, 7.3 (G. Smith); Earlscret,. 6.7,. cd. 6.8 (W. Tully): Gordontine, 6.7 (R. N. Smart). Betting: 9 to 4 agst Bouchal Machree, 3 to 1 Kurraka>, 6 to 1 Malvaceous, 8 to 1 Rose Kor, and Lebasi, 10 to 1 METRIC. K...

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

Australian Breeds The "IDEALS" combine Long-wool and Merino types, and are all there for long-stapled, bulky wool, and good, fat carcase. The "CARRSDALES" are a thoroughly established type of the Lincoln and Merino cross, bred from pure studs on both sides, and are splendidly covered with a fleece full of character. Messrs Hulme Bros., of High Plain, Germanton, N.S.W., on buying their third lot of Ideals, said they bad just sold their wool for 14%d, and last year sold their 4-tooth wethers for 16/, off shears. Messrs W. & S. Bunyan, of Went worth, Germanton, got 15/ off shears this year for their 4-tooth wethers by Ideals. The Ideal wether Jambs sold off shears by Mr Milton B. Wettenhall, of "Bretton," Glenorchy, brought 10/1, and the wool over 3/ per ftead. For full particulars, .samples of wool, and lists of purchases, apply to CARR'S PLAINS, VIA STAWELL, VIC BTwwimiiw«wfuijiM mil 11urn Hiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiniiiiiiii mi i

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NEW SOUTH WALES AT WARWICK FARM [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

MEW SOUTH WALES AT WARWICK FARM - Pine weather favored. the . meeting of the Warwick. Farm Racing Club held on January 17. There was a good attendance. Results:— LIVERPOOL MILE One mile. FARMER, 7.11 (Shanahan) 1 MISS LEGATION, 7.0 (A. Callinan) 2 MERTON LAD, 7.3 (M'Cabe) .. .. 3. The other starters were:—Maltehester, 9.12 (Hickey); Willow Green, 9.0 (Black); Owee nee, 8.11. (Barnett); It's Funny, S.7 (Murray); Hymeneal, 7.12 (Winslett); Wild West, 7.9 (Lillyirian); Penza, 7.5 (Silly); Ruenalt, 7,2 (Dickson); Rosearop, 6.7 (Cain). Betting.—3 to 1 agst i9erton Lad, 6 to 1 FARMER, 7 to 1 Willow Green and Ruenalt, 10 to 1 to 20 to 1 others. Won by three lengths, with a head be tween second and third. Time.—1 min. 42V2 sec. FARM STAKES ' One mile. SECRET®, 8.0 (Lillyman) .. .. .. 1 URALSK, S.O (M'Cabe) .. .. .. 2 VIF, 7.7 (Foley) 3 The other starters were:—Sinceritas, 8.7 (Kenny); Pompa, 8.6 (Darrington); Melilla, 7.10 (Dickson); Punkah, 7.7 (Gallegos). Betting—5 to 4 agst SECRETE, 5 to...

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

USE Little's 'Sheep Dips POWDER! ss/; FLUID, 6/*perGaL ia S-gal. Drums.1 Ustd by leading ^resists tftreMfwot $a Wcrfd. Kill* all Vermin. Leave* the Wool in a Beautiful Condition. MORRIS, LITTLE & SON LTD., 26 St. Janes' St.,/'filelboanw, S$ Hunter St., S?£a*y. AIL mXIKiZPESS.

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THE FARM HOME ELECTRIC LIGHTING AT SMALL COST [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

the farm home ELECTRIC LIGHTING AT SMALL COST writing to an American paper, an American farmer says:— There is no reason why every good farmer should not enjoy all the luxur ies provided for the man living in a large town, particularly those of light and water. About two years ago, when building a new home in the country, I decided to. have the house wired for electric lights. This we had done at a cost of £25, there being 13 rooms, besides all halls and porches, well lighted. There are 58 outlets in the house, two in the barn and two in the power house. As there are from one to five lights at each opening, this gives us, all told, 77 lights. Having a four-horse power gaso line engine for pumping water into an underground tank holding 150.0 gal lons, I saw where I could get my light at no additional cost of running. So I bought a generator, iy2 k! w.f am peres 35, a switchboard and a 70-hour storage battery. The generator is placed between engine and pump, and so generates light pre...

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FARMERS' LETTER BOX FARM SWINGLETREES. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

FARMERS5 LETTER BOX FARM SWINGLETREES. Herbert Williamson (Beulah West) writes:—The theory of swingle trees de signed at Roseworthy Agricultural Col lege, and drawings of which were pub lished in "The Weekly Times" of Janu ary 10, reminds me of when, as a boy, I perched on the short end of a see saw. Under the old method the in equalities of draught traction are re duced to a common equal at the ful crum. The Roseworthy method takes no count of the hard working, and the lazy horse, nor of the careless driver. The central workers need not pull an ounce. The hustlers may haul their own share and that of others. No horsebreaker would put an unworked colt in such an arrangement. The eco nomy pleaded in its favor is like eco nomy gained in motor practice by run ning a multi-cylinder engine with one cylinder missing fire and saving fuel.

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DISTRICT GAMES NORTH MELBOURNE V. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

DISTRICT GAMES NORTH/MELBOURNE V. PRAHRAN. Jttavmg at credit a glorious score of 379 for two wickets, North declared. Prahran began with the speedy loss of a wicket. Cus din and Healy then made 50 together, the latter going for 23. Two more wickets fell • quickly, and a short innings appeared likely. But Rogers went in and proceeded to score with confidence and comfort. The figures improved to 110 before Cusdin broke down. He had made 65 in excellent style, a fine innings including nine 4's. Stephens then joined Rogers, and a good time they had together. .By sound and attractive play they gathered 136 runs, and Hart then broke through Rogers' defence. He had made 76 at the rate of a run per minute, there being nine 4's on his scoring line. Stephens per severed, and could have saved tihe side, but when Rush retired for 16, the eighth man out, Prahran had to accept defeat owing to the absence of two men. It was hard luck after a gallant fight that lasted until 6.15. Stephens was also ...

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MELBOURNE V. COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

MELBOURNE V. COIjLING-WOOD. lne game at victoria Park was preceded by a pleasant ceremonial. The president, Dr. 'Crellin, presented the club with an enlarged photograph of the function of unfurling the pennant won by Collingwood last season. : Advantage was taken of the occasion to hand an illuminated address to the secretary, Mr \R. G/ Phillips, whose services to the club have been long and distinguished. The open ing day left matters reading: Collingwood 185, Melbourne 2 for 53, with W. Armstrong 28 not out. Resuming, the big Australian got 37 before Fry bowled him round his legs. Runs were on very short supply, how ever, and although bowler Mullett managed to crack up 33, the Melbournians were all out for 143, of wihich Eltham claimed 24 not out. The innings terminated at the fall of the ninth wicket owing 'to absenteeism. Ryder's work analysed 4 for 69, aDd Fry got 3 for 41, but Coburn registered tit-bit figures —2 for 0. The 'Woodmen's second innings will not be soon forgotten....

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

MODEL 1892 RIFLES For Australian Game ^r^The Winchester Model 1982 Rifle in .32, .38 or .44V « Caliber is an ideal gun for hunting Australian game. This rifle is light in weight, easy to operate and shoots accurately. The cartridges which it handles are very popular everywhere, and particularly well adapted for Australian hunting, f you don't own one,^ L's time that you did. LOOK ONE OVER AT YOUR DFAIsMR'S, M The "M.S.D. SPECIAL" CRICKET BALL at 7/6 is the Best Ball for MATCHES. It i9 stretched four times, which makes it very lasting. The "TITAN" BALL at 5/ Is the Best Ball for PRACTICE. It is sewn with extra stout thread. Catalogue with the latest Cricket Rules, free. The MELBOURNE Sports Depot, 15-57 Eiizabeih St.. Melbourne. CRICKETERS SEND FOR OUR -NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE Of CRICKET and SUMMER SPORTING GOODS.. CRICKET BATS. All Cane .. .. .. 7/6 Selected .. .. .. .. 10/5 Wat-sop's Single Rubber ... 12/6 Warsop's Match .. .. 17/6 Myers Hall's All Cane ; .. .. 15/ Myers Hall's E...

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VICTORIAN FARMING SETTLERS' POSITION MADE SAFE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

BOOK BY DR. CHERRY SETTLERS' POSITION MADE SAFE By "YARRAN."' Phereof ftl^ely placid atmos ha? fnnL?? rsity halls Dr- T. Cherry a« r? ime t0 write a book. • A4fcuWn?ft°«-^f*ihe DePartment of tivS ^!' with the anxieties and ac hehid fith the position, an f>f*Pur>Qf st*mulus to so pleasant an occupation, but from the peaceful rASiW ^ th® ProleLSp •An- -j, culture at the University of iS aBle t0 suiteeWma^y .his„,new environment !£■<?• m ' wVI Viot°>-ian Agrioul ytde w- paterson Company Pty Ltd., Melbourne) there is a refresh lafge amouS %hlcl>.,apart from ^ of solid information it i^ntams makes the book worth read skill tnn f Chf.rfy has some literary skill, too, for ot its kind, the work is onVsubitc^of rea4able yet Published VictortanTand 2ES3ta£?0rtanoe t0 volum^f" Asnculture" is the first be issued & S^6S ot three works to press f win Ti second (in the J * 1 ^eal with "Problems thir^Unra ian Settl™mt," and thl New qinth P£eparation) with "Rural x\ew ...

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CRICKET FIXTURES FOR JAN. 24. DISTRICT CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

CRICKET FIXTURES FOR JAN. 24. DISTRICT CLUBS. .North Melbourne v. Carlton, at North. Mel bourne. St. Kilda v. Collingwood, at St. Kilda. Prahran v. East Melbourne, at Prahran. South Melbourne v. Essendon at South Melbourne. Fitzroy v. Richmond, at Fitzroy. Melbourne v. Northcote, at Albert ground. University a bye. SUiB-DISTRICT CLTJBS. Brighton v. Coburg, at Brighton. Williamstown v. Brunswick, at Williams town. Camberwell v. Port Melbourne, at Camber well. Caulfield v. Footscray, at Caulfield. Malvern v. Elsternwick, at Malvern. Geelong v. Hawthorn, at Geelong. Club matches were in full swing again on January 17. District men were glad to see the end of the holiday vacation, and resumed with much satisfaction. Scoring was decid edly moderate. This summer is not so pro ductive of runs as fine seasons usually prove. It is difficult to account for variations of the kind. We are not conspicuously short of batsmen, or particularly well-found in bowl ing talent. In the absence of a sati...

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