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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 31 March 1914
RASH ON BABY'S FACE . Illgligato St., Strathfleld, N. S. — ""When my little son was between two and three years old a rash camo out on Ills face, round about Ills temples and chuck bones, and was hot, r*d and soro. I was (old that It was a skin cczema and would wear away Jn time, which it did not. I sent for the ■amplo tin of Cuticura Ointment as adver tised. and had such faith in it that I bought a largo Nttn of Cuticura Ointment and two cakes of Cuticura Soap and they cured him completely." (Signed) Mrs. E. J. Richards, October, 1012. Cuticura Soap and Ointment do much for poor complexions, red, rough hands, and dry, thin aud falling hair. Sold throughout the world. Liberal saniplo of cach mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Hook." Address K, Towns & Co., Sydney, N. S. W,
EXCITEMENT, AT MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 31 March 1914
EXCITEMENT, AT MALMSBURY. When John Nicholls was before Mir- Denscm, J.l'„ on Thursday morn ing last he made promises to refrain from drink, and to depart immedi ately for home and duty in Kynctoa district if he were discharged. Mr Densem, granted his desire, and" John duly set out on his journey. Wis upright intent lasted until he reached Malmsbucv. when there was; a bad collapse, which the following pure graph lrom the "Guardian" explains: An incident which was certainly re markable for the amount ,of excite ment it produced during a short period Inst Thuisiday night, occurred at West iMalnisbury. At about 9 p.m. a young lady's attention wast directed to tihe speeding figure of a man who was running in bare feet with liatlessl head towards her. Becoming alarmed fhc re-entered the house and shut the door, which was almos.t immediately opened, and the startling figure en tered, and, with alarming rapidity, proceeded to divest the r.oam of all movable articles, breaking many of them,...
SIMPLE CURE FOR INDIGES. TION. How a Reader Obtained Wonderful and Immediate Relief from an Ordinary Antacid. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 31 March 1914
6impl,e cure for indiges ^tion. " llow a Reader Obtained Wonderful and Immediate Relief from an .Ordinary Antacid. Sufferers from- indigu.sjion will be interested in a leUer, writlfen by Mr II. (-uddeford, 60 Cieorge-st., I^us'o:i road, Lond,o.n, 'who, • having suffered terribly lrom stomach trouble, quickly eurud himself by ii .simple remedy. Mr Cuddeford writes:— . . * 1 have suffered with indigestion and constipation i.or over live years, and it lias been getting wor.se every year. !■ or this last 12 months i have slitfer ed dreadful pain, I have been attend ing a doctor for, three years, but il got no better.. I have alsfl been at tending Middlesex Hospital, still I got no better., Food 1 dare not touch; 1 began lo get properly run &lt;l,own; i coulU not c.ontinue my work. 1^ tried remedies of every kind; but of no use; in fact, I often wished Inyaell dead. I was looking at a paper .one day, and 1 saw bisurated magnesia recommended for indigestion and stomach troubles, s...
"WORE LIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 31 March 1914
"WORE LIGHT." "We are discovering" new wonders dally," asserts an American doctor. "In many hospitals now they are pla cing red curtains about the beds of small-pox patients. It has been decided that the light falling through red cur tains prevents the pitting of the pa tient. There is a chemical property in red which produces thl3 welcome re sult. Just so in violet; there are chemical properties which aid in the cure of other maladies. Color is now a recognised factor in the progressive medical world, and we are only in the morning of our discoveries. The world will be astonished in ten years' time at the revolution which will take place In the science of medical therapeutics. Drugs are just becoming obsolete; the knife will be less popular, and only in extreme cases, and in accidents, will it [ eventually be used by reputable sur geons. Light has come to take tho place of old, ignorant methods."
KINDNESS V. CRUELTY. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 31 March 1914
KINDNESS V. CRUELTY. Every one in sympathy with the ob Jects of tlie Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will welcome this story, which Is recorded as a fact. '? In the suburbs o£ a big provincial city is a new street -which has not been paved. During the spring it becomes very muddy, and the wheels of heavy vehicles sink deeply at places. One day a waggon was thus held fast, and a lady in one of the neighboring houses was forced to witness a brutal sight as the driver beat and kicked his horse into attempting to pull the vehicle out. She reported the matter to the police by means of her telephone, and an officer promptly came to the rescue of the animal. The next day a van belonging to one of the city firms fell-into the same dilemma. Fearing that there would be a repetition of the former proceed ing, the lady resolved to watch. ' The driver however got down from his seat, patted his horse on the nose, straightened her harness, fed. her with sugar from his jjocket, lai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 31 March 1914
! Town Hall; Daylcsfovd. .TO-MORROW EVENING. TO-MORROW EVENING SING FNG AND TALKING PICTURES. SINGING AND TALKING PICTURES. The Performers ACT, SING, and v. SPEAK, True to Eye and Ear. THE VIVAPHONE. THE VIVAPHONE. POPULAR PRICES: Balcony, is. 6d. ChairsT, is. HAWKER'S GREAT FLIGHT. A DRAG will leave Cobb & Co.'s Daylesford Office Next Satur day Morning, at 8.30 o'clock, for Ballarat. Day return, -6s; 'Return Next day 7s 6d. NOTICE. A MEETING will be held at the Fire Brigade Hotel To-night &nbsp; Tuesday, at 8 o'clock., to form a Miners' Football Club. Election of officers for ensuing seas/on. Roll up supporters.'' Business: Important. R. J. Hunt, Sec. Pro. Tern., D;M.F,C. ________ &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; PIGEON SHOOTING. AT BATT'S HOTEL, Yandoit, on &nbsp; Saturday, April 4, commencing &nbsp; at 2 o'clock. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; R. CHAPMAN, &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
THE Daylesford Advocate Published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. TUESDAY, MARCH 31. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 31 March 1914
THE) gsgl'wfmtf &lt;Pw#ite Published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. TUESDAY, MARCH 31. 1914. . "Our .readers are reminded that the exhibition of the inuch-talked-of singing and talking pictures takes place in the local Town Hall to morrow evening, under the man agement of the Star Photo-Plays. The instrument used will be 'the Hepworth Yivaphone, one of which is installed at the Suowden Theatre, Melbourne, and which nightly draws such crowded houses at Is and 2s. As the charges for admis sion to-morrow evening are only Is and Is 6d for the hcdy of hall and balcony respectively, it is confi dently anticipated by the manage ment that the Town Hall will be packed. Patrons are advised to attend early to secure a good seat, i Mr Thos. Muxworthy, of Sailor's 1 Hill, sustained a sad bereavement on Friday evening by the death of his wife, who succumbed after a long aud painful illness. The de ceased lady-was 41 years of age, and, in addition to her husband, leaves three sous, aged 2...
ABOUT PINS. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
ABOUT PINS. According^ to Fosbrolto, pins have iieen found in British Barrows, and they aro mentioned in a Btatute ol 1483. Brass pins were brought from France (from whence, strangely enough, all now £ ashtons in dress ueem to have been brought from the earliest times) in 1510, and first used in Britain, it is said, b? Catherine Howard, queen of the much-marriod Henry VIII. Stow says that pins were first manu factured in '1543. So far so good, lull other authorities declare that pirn were invented in the reign of Francis. I. This cannot bo correct, for in 134" (just two hundred years before tin: death of Francois), twelve thousand pina were delivered from the royal wardrobe for the use of Princess Joan (it is not stated whether she had all her garments pinned together instead of sewn, but it would really seem ra ther like it, by the amount of pins she seems to have used), and in 1400 (mora than a century before Francois ascended the throne), the Duchess n! Orleans purchased of Jean ...
POULTRY INCUBATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
POULTRY INCUBATORS. Now is the time to see about get ting the incubators in order if early chickens are to be got (says a poultry authority). .. But X must first say that there are many persons who will not use them, or more strictly speaking, are prejudiced against them. For my i part, I am a ilrm believer in artillclal ' incubation, for several reasons. 'First, it would be impossible to get out a good supply of chickens in June un less incubators are used, owing to scarcity of broody hens. Incubator chicks are quite as good in every way as those hatched and reared under hens If a good brooder is used, it is far easier to look after, say, SO chick ens In one lot than, say, ten liens with an average o£ eight chickens each. If the brooding is properly attended to, there will be fewer losses. Besides, in addition to feeding chickens, there are the ten hens to feed for several weeks without bringing in any return in the shape of eggs. There is also the time wasted whilst sitting on the...
TWENTY- FIVE YEARS A MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
TWENTY - FIVE YEARS A MEMBER, Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister for Education, on Saturday last celebrated the 25th anniversary of his election 'to the Legislative Assembly. He Svas returned to Parliament for the first I lime at the general election \vhi: h tco\ place on Mjirch 2«S, 18X9, and has been a member without a break ever since. Sir Alexander was first elected as j representative for the Climes and • Allendale electorate, and when, on a I redistribution of seats taking place; | that was merged into the Creswic'k j electorate and called Allend; is. he was ! chosen for the latter. Thai eleqtio.i ! marked the dawn of a new era in the 1 national life of Victoria. It was the ' first appeal to the people after the I Constitutional Reform Hill, of 1888, I and resulted in the introduction pf much fresh blood. Soon the new men I began to.assert themselves, and most j of • them attained eminence. Sir Alexander Peacock is the sole survivor of the new Assembly contingent of 1889, which n...
A PIPER'S PER[?]ENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
A PIPER'S PERSMSIENCY. " The man that, hath no music 111 himself," says ilic all-wise bhakes peare, "is lit lor treasons, stratagems, and spoi.s; the motions ol tiie spirit ale dull us night, ami his utiectiona dark-us Erebus." 'Ihcre is no know ing what the btiril classed under the title of "music," but, remarks tnt Maryborough "Advertiser," we niighl safely take it foe granted tliut Itie skirl o' tile pipes was of the num ber. There are plenty of people wlj.o enjoy bagpipe music just as well (as tlie most ardent Scot., out tew care about hearing it—or any other variety tor the matter oi that—morning, noon, and night, more especially when- lite repertoire of the. player is decidedly limited. And so it is, not surprisjng that business people m ttie vicinity ot a local hotel have, during the past week, hail their iiervus and tempers Ifrayed by the aimost continuoti|s, stream i>f pipe music, created by an ar rival, whom, apparently, the newly formed I ipe baud has attracted to tile...
THE PERFECT ECT HOME HEALER. For Skin Sores and injuries. Every Home Needs Zam-Buk. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
' THE PElif EOT HOME . . HEALEk. i'ur Skni bores ami lujuiica.. •iivciy Home rseeds Zam-'i>tik. iiie golden rule lor .every i.onic ij: is.tcp *.ain-.uuk aiwa)V"">uy. .nnciliL'i 11 ue a uruijeu loicnead, trapped linger, grazed ituec, suuueu loai, cm UlUrIj Ot- sm\uiiL-u aiiiiie, •cuiii-Jjuk. soouicsi a,way- siiiuriiiig pain, prevents Uiu Injury Hum uau ways," and ensures \ijuick, •. iicauny neaiing. Airs iU. I)rury, Kane);igli-!i:., Ade laide, says:—my - sou .-uMiur upset a cup ot not tea ovcl lus tool wneii lie was qui.e young.- i lie nesli ue ing so lender waa leuruuiy scaided, and tor tnree montiis the boy 111.a shocking t,tate. A HJbty sore torined, wlncn seemed 10 ue caling into tue tlesh; All cnoits, 10 urmg llie clilld reiiel were i.ie..e.live, uniu we irled. Z.am-JtSuk.•'! uis\ uaim prov ed remarKably soothing, and .t upon caused me maspr ot 'iiiilaunnation ip leave Hie sores; As we persci^veu Willi it, Zani-iSuk Degun to neal ihc bad places, -great/ progress- being-110...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
HERE AND THERE. New York uses about 19,000,000 • tons of coul annually. * Swears By It.—"My little grand child Ulive was attacked by bron chitis, and nothing 1 tried'did licr any good," suysi Mrs E. Hcadik'n, ISO Tasman-st., Newtown, N.Z. "Having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised being most elfcctitc 111 the treatment of bronchitis, 1 th.oughli 1 would try it. 1, aid ao, and it gave her immediate relict lrom the lirst dose. iNuw 1 s'woiu' by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy."—Sold by A. Elvish, mcrciiiiiil, J. and J. Albon, grocers, and N. Coghlan storekeeper liul larto. J he ordinary crew of .one of the 1 big irjus-Atlantic, liners numbers ovci 800. Hacking Cough.—"l'or about two years my son Eric had a nasiy hack ing cough," say!* Mr Albert \v. Cole man, 'Caramba," -Moncar-st., Dul wich liill, N.S.Nv. "'J hell 1 gave him . Chamberlain's ,C'ough Remedy, aiid af ter a leu- doses noticed he had greatly improved. Before we had given him the »hole bottle his c.ougli had com pletely ...
MINERS' FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
MINERS' FOOTBALL CLUB. At a meeting of the above held in the File Brigade Hall oil Tuesday evening, there was an attendance of 40. The following .office-bearers were electcd:—President, Mr R. Ikin; vicc presidentsi, Messrs Tognini, Har bridge, Childe, Trevor, Jackson, and Flanagan; committee, Messrs Childe, Ilarbridg'e, V. Wallis, L. Armstrong and Clarkson; secretary and trea surer, T. Velleley; auditors, Messrs Gibson and McLean; ^election tom mittee, Jlcss.rs Hunt, Clarkson and Harbridge, with two players to be (selected on the ground. 'McsSrs Hunt and Childe were elect ed delegates to the association, and the colors of the club are to be 'green and gold.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
W&ED sad CO-. STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS. 383 COLLiuS ST., MELBOURNE. Members of Stock Exchanges of Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. " The Australian Investors' Hand book" and " Investment JRoview" posted gratis on application. Telegraphic Address— " Ward," Stock Exchange, Melbourne A. M. DAVID, (Member Ballarat Stock Exchange.) Stock and •Sharebroker, 6 A.M.P. CHAMBERS, LYDIARD STREET, BALLARAT. Telephone 273. Orders to Buy or Sell Mining 01 Investment Shares promptly attended to. Agents at all Australian Stock Exchanges. W. T. HUMPHREYS, Stock and Sharebroker (Accountant). FIRST FLOOR National Mutual Buildings, BALLAJRAT. Exchange Meets—-Momkig, ta.45 &lt;uut 13, Afternoon, 3.3$ ana 4.15, TUST LANDED—Drop-Head Sew " ing1 Machines, from £5 5s at A. M'Kirdy's, Howe direct. MISS TARRANT, Dressmaker, Iiite of. Brighton, Vincent street, Day lesford (in rooms, over Mr L. lUbles shop), has iill the fashionable styles to choose from. Careful...
DAYLESFORD RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
DAYLE^FOKD RAINFALL. Year Jan. Feb Mabch Afhil Mat jo.s-i 1897 5.04 1.96 3.88 1.26 1.50 3.05 1898 0.19 1.61 3.11 1.86 1.46 6.28 1899 226 2 82 1.91 2.19 3.10 9.63 1900 3.29 0.48 1.72 5.11 4.16 6.16 1901 2.95 0 65 1.67 4.36 1.37 5.37 1902 1.47 133 4.08 0.40 1.76 4.63 1903 1.09 1.62 2.45 4.60 1.1g 4.87 1904 6.41 2.22 0.59 1 43 3.04 4.99 1905 109 1.45 32S 3.07 3.82 3.14 1906 — 1.37 0.23 0 81 6.16 6.34 1907 0-50 146 0.85 4.55 1.49 1.90 1908 0.34 0.31 1.51 0.02 2.97 4.43 1939 1.61 1.42 2 53 3.13 7.38 5.30 1910 1.58 0.25 823 0 77 4.17 3.55 1911 0.91 5.28 4.56 0.92 4.13 4 84 1912 0.28 1.72 0.87 0.90 0.96 3.59 1913 ' 0.28 2.07 5 73 1.79 2.26 2.82 1914 0.49 0.03 1.14 Jolt Adcost Sgpr. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total 3.07 6 02 2 82 2-99 1.70 0.47 31 54 4.24 2 78 3 91 2.60 1 74 1.0s 27 92 0.5s 2.50 1.50 2.54 1.92 0.70 32.84 1.20 5.14 3 01 102 1.10 0.98 35.53 2.11 1.98 5 08 3.12 1.03 0.74 30 43 1.47 1.17 2.01 2.18 0.68 4 04 24 52 4 98 2 22 4.18 4.23 5.08 1.38 38 47 4.56 3.75 1.69 3 27 1.69 004 33.78 6.56 1...
LICENSED VICTUALLERS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 2 April 1914
j LICENSED VICTUALLERS' | ASSOCIATION. i." ADDRKSS BY MK. J. R. I SNOWBALL. There was a large attendance of licensed victuallers !it a meeting held in the Card Room, Town Hall, on Monday evening, when an interesting address was delivered by Mr J. Snowball, the organising secretary of the trade in Victoria. The audience included li •enseeS from Glenlyon, I.yonville, Bullar;o and Hepburn. Mir Snowball demonstrated that he was fully conversant with his. subject, and some of I'is ti'.lerances cnnie as ti stii prise to I ■&lt;• majority o I ij hearers, anil made them feel that unity in the' trade was necessary for self-protec tion. In tlie course of his address/ Mr Snowball said:— "I think that may state, without egotism, as a Victorian, that the events of the past year in this Static, so far as the liquor trade is concerned, have been, to say the least, momentous in character, and of peculiar interest to every licensed victualler represent ed by our association. Victoria has, in...