Elephind.com contains 34,048 items from Port Fairy Gazette
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
CYCLE SUNDRIES [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
CYCLE SUNDR IES Pattcrn Axles, bracket, 1/6, front 6d, I back 7d; Braoket Cups, 9d; Cones, G.6; Gear 1Wieeis, 8/6; 'Tool Bags, 9d, 1/, 1/6; Brakes, front, 1/11, 2/6, 3/6, 4/1u; ;?o\mI-e., back, 6/6; Bells, 6d, 1/, 1/3, continuous ringing, 1/5; Carbide, 4d, iid. Cycling Capes, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6;. bee's Enibrocation 9d, 1/; Our Playing Caird:., 3d;. British Carriers, with 2 "straps, 1/; others, 2/6 to 8/6; Chains, 2/6; Renolds Block, 4/11; Roller, 5/6; Lion and Arrow, 3/6; Perry, first qual ity, 4/6; Chain Grease, Id; Toe Clips -Depose, 10d; John Bull, 6d; Wire, 6d; Toe Stra.ps, 9d, 1/, 1/3. Trousers Clips, bands, Id; plated, 3d; lock, 6d; Cyoling Shoes 6/6, Hartley 8/6; Hectoi. 9/6; Cyclometers, Veeder, 10,000 miles, ,316; "Trip,", latest model, 7/6; Dress Cords, 18 yds., Gd. Mesh Dress Guards, 1/, 1/3, 1/9. Enamel-H-iartley, black, 6d; Blumes, black or colors, Gd; F'rame Protectors, -Id; Eadie Coaster if'rce Wheel, cornm plete, with enamelled or plated rim, 21/; Free Wheel Clutches, 1/...
EFFECTIVE SHEEP DIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
EFFECTIVE SHEEP DIPPING. Thi chief : p: of stock in South Australia po'lts out that "the.i is abundan , p,' tf that only plitlmno" powder cFs ,ffectually : and give ii resonabl tion fromn re-inf~ctio; of many that thley !: bors of sheep througi at a rapid rade. 5,: . smto or dipping must be eonLMnned as watelrl and ineffetive, because sheep dipped ia this manner soon become reinfected. Owners must abandon the hurry-skurry method, find see that sheep are soaped for not less than one minute. All must realise that carbolic dipping fluids will not destroy lice or a:ord any lasting protection. agianst r!--infection. The annual loss to c- , who have neg lected to kee@ flocks clear been immense.
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." 1. Cultivate land perfect your ideas as to improvements and inventions.' Experiment. The world is eager for something new,- which, howeveri sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. The person who gets public adoption of such an invention is on the road to wealth. He will cease to be a servant; he becomes a proprietor. People who handle things in- every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capi talists of to-morrow. 2. Study the subject of patenting. head the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries, -- nen secure your own legal monopoly o, your rights by becoming a patentee. 3. If that workman or foreman,: or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention, put him on the track about patents by te...
MARKETS. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
S 1AARKETS. ' HEAT AND' OTHER PRODUCE. !?.IWheat.-The tone of'the market is 'ither easier, and values are fully Id w'awer in buyers' ideas. Sellers have I.ntinued to stand aloof, and the turn ver has been consequently suiall. Buy iers' ideas range from 3/10- to 3/102. alonlgside, sellers asking 3/10. A. snmal line ex store soli at 3/10, and falrmers' lots were quoted at down' to 3/8t net. SFlour.---The Associatiqn price for local' consumption: is £9 delivered. ". Braun andP::oPollard .-The Association c for both articles is 5/5/° cdeliv 7 y ., ate business has eenone;:r- .-Priime English malting is sc e : iat o 3/6,'good being quoted 2 o /n; g u- lisnIgh -lpea.rling is p ohtl i2/t2/c .ile thin English :has°adca noderate turnover at 2/2. Sales of :-ibou8(00; bags .Cape have ee made at 2/2?. to 2/3- for me dirm~, d up 0to °2/4h[,- for good. Cape peling is ?orthabout 2/2.' -Oat =iits'alues are firm .for good Al gi ans :Aiode iate .parceL: of prime milling g i;AEs.:ihas beensl: d ?idat ...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent The Gilbertian satire upon "k Lthree a penny" is suggest bd u, ltipliCty of governos i .thi s an land laved by s:"he long gwa sunnyf tralasian Seas. There are so maaf governors, and their entranes aany y exits are so frequent that it ans fod Ssome o mental activity to keep rack of them. Iket ould be a pretty safe bet e to make with the average man in tM street that he could not name o-hand all the present governors in the Cor. monwealthj to say nothing of their immediate predecessors. The charm of the positoin, if there be any such element in it, appears to quickly evai orate and the rariy among goverors now is the one who ays his full term It is held, and .there seems to be some truth in it, that the chief objeo - back of the acceptasce o these vce e regal offices is :. u i them as a ,ep. Sping stone to poi0.;rical-.and social ad vancement in London.. It would au pear that even as a mean;s t- +1th a full term is too stri : .. many of...
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. ALL AUSTRALIAN INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. ALL AUSTRALIAN INVENTIONS. The patents expected to issue (after the prescriced three months from the advertising effected on 14th .'ebruary), relate to the subjects undermiu-;ioned This report is prepared by Messrs. G. G. Turri & Co., Patent Attorney No. 1, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, who have mentioned only some of ,he Australian made inven tions.: Reinforced hollow concrete walls using: templets extending from floor to ceiling.--5. B. Marchant, South Aus tralia. An internal combustion engine vap rizer heated by the exhaust has a sprayer for petrol or kerosene. - P. W. Richaids, South Australia. A fire alarm and extinguisher using a thermostat. When the mercury rises to a given point it completes an electric device to cause an explosion, and this liberates a water supply to a spray nozzle.-T. G. V. Blakey ana W. Fish, Victoria. To head grain sheaves, a conveyor on a platform delivers the sheaves to a thrashing roller, having speoially...
DEMAND FOR FRUIT IN EUROPE [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
:DEMAND FOR FRUIT IN EUROPE P1ofessor' Wickson, .of t-he Univeirsity of California, who has recently returned from- an official visit to the Old World :says there is no hope of the old coun-: tries ever producing sufficient 'fruit: for; :their own requirements. Coming firom an irresponsible writer, such :a :statement. might be regarded as 'ex -travagano, but the reputation of Pro-. fesor Wickson as author of a standard work on .fruit-growing and Editor -of' the Pacifio Rural Press is too high[ for a statenielit of his to be passed lightly by. In an editorial note, he expres ses his satisfaction at finding on liisl return that the fruiit industry iiisiis own state is still buoyant, and goes: obn to, say:- "This impresses us all th~` more after seeing how short the. old: countries and this country east of theid rocky mountains are of their needs: i prcducing fruit locally and in the hope of over doing it. We did not see. fruit enough to satisfy a mongoosein all our travels. If the cri...
THE MODERN TREND. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
THE MODEIRN 'TR.EN. Thlird is a. trend 6m cannot help no tieing about present-day novels. The author used alwamys to manage to finish his book up with the "married-and happy-ever-after" business now he starts the book with the manrriage and devotes most ofI the book to describing the. subsequent- trouble and strife,: ? . . .. . . . · :,.- · , _ . . .: - • :: .. .
CYCLES [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
V ' YCLES HARTLEY No. 2, £616/-. HARTLE\ No. 2, £6/6/-. HARTLEY No. 2, £616/-. HARTLEY No. 2, £616/-. Built throughout of English first quality pattern fittings. Eadie free wheel; fitted with Oceanic or Wyngeel tyres. Guaranteed for three years. Lady's Models, £1 extra. HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10/-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10/-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10/10/-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10/101-. HARTLEY' No. 1, £10/10/-. 'Buit throughout of genuine B.S.A. fittings, Eadie coaster free wheel, bny make of tyre. Guaranteed for three years. HARTILEY SPECIAL, £12/121-. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. IARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. .HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12/-. HARTLEY SPECIAL, £12/12Z-. Built throughout of genuine B.S.:-A. fittings, Eadie coaster free wheel, any imiake of tyres, any saddle, any chain, any handles. Guaranteed for five years. Inspection Cordially Invited. WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES.
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER VI. THE COLONEL SPEAKS HIS MIND [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
T erribly- . TemptedA. SSERIAL STORY BY AN A=BEL GRAY. CHAPTER VI. THE COLONEL SPEAKS HIS MlINi "Oh! love, ohl! fire! Once he drew With one long kiss my whole soul through MIy lips, as sunlight drinketh dew." Lenore's reflections during this visit of the Colonel were of a mixed nature, that generally assail an undeveloped human mind in -presence oi striking novelties of character and tone. What can be more: uncertain than the hopes and fears that rule a young girl's consciousness? Although she had seen and heard a good deal of this world's wickedness, it was yet diffi cult for her to realise that a large por tion of mankind were heartless villains. STohe young trust instinctively, and was likely tnat she could be altogether ....icnved by the glances which differed S-,::irely from poor Philip's sad, ador gaze? Instead of believing that this world was only a sort of experimental Inferno where evil often got the best ,of it, she would rather liken it to a minia ture heaven peopled by b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
OUT OF GEAR Sa Miguel CORK MERCHANTS AND SUPPLY HOUSE FOR Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondenee Invited on All Articles used in the above trades. Note Address 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE, . 'I, r I8 . : F *'. I0 u t * 3Pp~qbS SI9~,-~ ~ i~L IN STUDYING YOUR" DRESS; ,i STUDY YOUR POCKET TOO i' Don't PayHigher Priced for Suiits hu Better- than Minel I deal strictly for Cash, con sequently I have no bad debts for which you have to pay. 1.1 impor't all my materials direct from the manuuaoturer, and •m',k,? all Suits on my own premises. I can . r j give you a large assortment of S• shades to ohoosc, from in fancy '.-i , designs aud .the very LUtest IndigoDye tweeds, worst !.i'; t ?ds. Vicunas, !;U, Ti" ills, and the famous Geelong li 9 t ii ·'i Serge ---g . I 7 SAG SUIT TO 1 MEA i SUE. I?,, t+ ', Y ' A large . saort meat of Over 1i 1f coatings to .I t ,?'i! - choose from at r a~ Lt ; his same price. a- .Pattenris,, Tape and S...
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS.. Be careful to have the rigthtpercen tage of acid in. the milk for the parti cular kind of cheese being made before adding the rennet. - 'lt is also im portant to have the. milk a't a suit a.ble renneting temperature,' as upon these two factors a'd the- pi0op-ortion of rennet added -will depend; tifhe _state of the resulting curd. : When the suiibstance, i; vhic bac teii?t are>preseit is hieated: tot h:igh temperature _they tini.: t: s~po?es, anid in this. form retain t.heir fitality- for., i vra'y long: time. I (liese sigQres canniot develop into biacteria until?the sub stance in h:hich :thley are' is t' a::a fovir able .temperiturie anid :contaiis a co-e siderable .propoition of imoistuiie.' TThe cream :::tatli'? is ei s: on ..the milk oveigtit i ;iuat be skimmed off aiad warined :uip to0 ab -out b ."i00deg. ]. Whenithe" in ilkii the vi? hads been warimed i the ? creamnt sihoildfbe -added to. it - and ell stirred in. If the crea'm is not first i'einovdedl id...
THE BLUSHING BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 March 1914
T¶HiEi BLUSHING BRIDE. A clergyman, having performed the marriage ceremony for a couple, under took to write out the usual certificate, but, being in doubt as to the day of the month; he asked, "This is the ninth, is it not?" ''Why, parson," said the blushing bride, "you do all .myg marr.ying, and you ought to remember thbt this is only the third." All the branches of the Waterside Workers' Federation have now accept ed the proposal made 'for the resump tion of "overtime" work. The revenue collected at the Custom House on March ' 4 amounted to:-, Revenue, £13,019/8/2; State, £54/9f6; oontingent, £31/13/6; pilotage, £157 0/5; wharfage, £637/6/2. Increased. wharfage - accommodation at Yarraville i'. provided for in the scheme of port improvements now be ing p rpared by the Melbourne Harbot
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 March 1914
WE LSBACH THE WORLD'S BEST FOR COUNTRY LIGHTING." Air Qas Machines. The Welsbach Air Gas Ma chine is so aim ple that a.child can work . it with impunity, Suitable - for Lighting, - Heat ing and Cook ing. We guar Santee satisfac tion with all our Machines, and to prove this we will put a machine in for one nonth free of ' charge, and if not ulit: able, ill remove, samie free of" all lost to you. Write for Catalogue. WELSBACH lIGHT COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED, 380 LONBDA ST,. rl M ow aierm a f ROsi~ fr~U4; ~L;Ri T IN VNTORI PATENTS Obtained in Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods of Appli. ances, Tools, etc., of any description Full Information, Costs. etc., sent on application to A. O. SACHSE, C.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collins and William Sts., MELBOURNE. L' • I lo SILVE .STAR STARCH
TRAMPS IN FRANCE LAWS SEVERE [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 March 1914
TRAMPS IN FRANCE LAWS SEVERE "Since November 15 every tramp and vagabond found wandering in France has been taken into the police stations to be measured and photographed, and sent out with a document giving all particulars regarding their persons and past record," says "The Daily Graphic." "This paper they must produce at any moment for verification. All th!s is in accordance with a law passed in 1912 making it compulsory for three classes who habitually use the roads to so re gister themselves. These classes are itinerant dealers and pedlars at fairs and markets and tramps and vaga bonds. "Regarding the first two classes, the new' law is mrore protective than vexa tious. Though they have to declare themselves, the mere production of their papers will at once show their bona fides, and a number which all must carry will allow headquarters to learn at once the history of all the wan dering family. These two classes have to obtain official books containing proofs of their identity, p...
MAN IN THE FUTURE [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 March 1914
MAN IN THE FUTURE "That man is formed for the future, that the very structure and shape of his soul points and urges him onward, is, perhaps, the surest of all pledges about his future" (writes "J.B." in "The Christian World"). "Our fac ulties will find= what they seek, what they seem made for. The eye finds light, the ear finds sound, the hand the thousand things that match its activities. - "And man's prophetic element, as it develops, as it clears itself from the falsities which tempt its cruder efforts, as it learns its true niature and its true direction, will become more and more a pointer of the way. "The seer, what is he? Is he not just the man who sees deeper than others, more clearly than others; sees right into the heart of things, into the essential equality of being; one who, from- an accurate knowledge of the 'great spiritual forces at work in the world, can predict how they will act, and what results will come from. this action? This it is which has made the prophets-...
SOME BROWNING RELICS VALUABLE GIFT [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 March 1914
SOME BROWNING RELICS VALUABLE GIFT Mr F. Herbert Stead, presiding yes terday afternoon at the nineteenth an niversary meeting of the Browning Hall Brotherhood, at the Browning Settlement, Walworth, intimated (says "The Daily Telegraph" of January 5) that a number of priceless Browning relics had been received from Mrs Bar rett Browning, daughter-in-law of the poet. I know no one with whom they would be held in more reverent keep ing than yours, for the work associated so closely with him and his." The gifts included: A soft black felt hat, marked in the leather lining "R.B.'; within the lin ing. "R.B.'s last hat, worn in Venice- R.B.B.," in Robert Barrett Browning's handwriting. Marriage lines of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Moulton Bar rett, true copy of the entry in the reg ister of marriages, made September 12, 1846 (.day of marriage), enclosed in an envelope: on which is written in. the poet's handwriting "ceqrtificate of mar riage and baptism.-R.B." " (No cer tificate ...
LEILA AND HER LOVER Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. The Lesson. I. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 March 1914
LEILA AND ER LOVER -: By MAX PEMBERTON., Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and. Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. The Lesson. I. "The 'boy was her son; I will not see her again." IHad Hugh Donald known that he was to see her again upon the mor row, it may 'be that he would have found the sentiment less heroic than ridiculous, and have turned instead to a consideration of the history and meaning of the glove, as worn.by hu mans since the days of Laerfes Herein he would have- been helped by the sneers of Xenophon at the Per sian habit, and have rejoiced at the Swisdom of that somewhat common place historian, with whom the gods of Loretto had made him familiar. Who was she, and why were her hands -loved upon the shores of County Down? The glove as an emblem of Sabbeth respectability; is entitled to honor even in remote places; but here upon the links at Newcastle, a glove worn Sen the prairies of the whins and grass :' what custom or need could justify ...
INDIGESTION. CAN IT BE BANISHED? [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 March 1914
INDIGESTION. CAN IT BE BANISHED? Now, can it? Must a woman go on suffering from- headaches, biliousness, flatulence, pains after eating, languor, or any of the other distressing symptoms that arise from faulty action of the stom ach or the liver ? Must men be made less fit for work, less able to keep pace with their competitors, because indigestion is sapping their energies, and clogging their minds? Have men and women to go on enduring these things without hope of recovery? Assuredly not ! Most cases of acute indigestion are the result of neglect and indifference. People get into a foolish habit of thinking that they will be better on the morrow, or in a week or two, and so the complaint gets hold and the sufferer goes from bad to worse. Food ought to give up. its life-sustain ing elements for every nerve and muscle in your body; it ought to replenish the rich, red stream of blood flowing through your veins, and help you to think, to act, and to work with the vim of the healthy man...