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INDUSTRIAL UNREST. LONDON BUILDING TRADES. LONDON, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

INDUSTRiAL UNREST.: LONDON . BUILDING- TLXADES. LONDON, 22nd January. The Building. Industries Federation of London has raplied to the mastei bhildeis'. intimation that, exasperated 'by a sequence of infringements of their working agree ments, they have dlecidied to terminate tihe agreements with the carpenters', joiners'. bricklayers', niasons', plasterers' and laborers' unions. The federation suggeste the withdrawal of this notice for the purpose of holding a conference between representatives of the trade imionfl and the: masters. Seven thousand London coal .porters, taking adv\antage of the 'extremely cold weather, have ceased work, demandling an incrcase in their wages of il. per ton. If the slrike is prolonged much suffering willbe inflifcted upon the poorer consumers of coal.

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GENERAL NEWS THE NEW GOVERNOR. DEPARTS FOR MELBOURNE. LONDON, 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

THE EW COVERNOR. SDEPARTS FOR MELBOUIRNE. S" ' ... LONMON, 21st Jinuary. The new Governor of Victoria, Sir Arthur Stanley, and Lady Stanley left 'London to-day en route for Melbourne. . .. A large number of friends and officials assembled at Victoria station to bid them farewell. "Among those present were th" Agent· General for Victoria and Mrs. M'Bride, ILord and Lady. Sydenham, Sir Reginald Talbot, Sir Hartmann Just, Assistant ,Jnder-Secretairy of State for the Colonies; Lord Sneffield (Sir Arthur Stanley's father) and Lady Sheffield, arid Cr. T. J. Davey ('Melbourne), who is on a visit to London. A committee of the State Cabinet, con sisting of Mir. Hagelthorn (chairmanr, Sir Alexander Peacock and Mr. Mackinnon, has 'been appointed to arrange for the recep tion and inauguration of the Governor designate, Sir Arthur Lyulph Stanley, who is expected to arrive in Melbourne by R.M.S. OsterIey on 23rd February. A pre liminary meeting was held on Wednerday, and after a general discussio...

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AUSTRALIAN FLEET. FIRST VISIT TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

AUSTRA.LIAN FLEET. FIRST V ISIT TO MELBOURNE. 'The period during which the Australian 'Natives' Association Will be: holding its. grteat Education aiid Arts. and Crafts Exhi bition in Melbourne next month s3ynchron ises vwith the first visit to Hobson's Bay. .of the Austr!alian fleet unit under Admiral Patey. .The conjunction'of the two events has led to the campletion of negotiations be tween the metropolitan committee of the A.N:A. and the: Adiiral for a demonstra tioin by the men 'of thile fleet which will do service to a -iiost admirable patriotice move ment, and at thee.same time-give the people of Melbodurnc an o0portunity of witnessing a fine exhibition of the prowess of the Aus t~ralian h!iuejacket. The arrangements are nowa appioadhing finaLty as to details. The men of the fteet unit ,will give a naval dis play .at bhe Exhibition oval on the .mght <if Saturiday. 2Sth 'February... The..entire profits will go to the Flinders statue fund. .Elery e~fbrt is to be made...

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FARM DAIRY & STATION. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

_____ j9·~lsamnsA1 D rm~ Trio' ANSWERS TO0 CORRESPONDENTS. Cheese Making.-Amateur, Bulla.-See on Page Wecir.-Subscriber, Mount 3lisery.-The Goulbura .Weir. - . - • Sowing Down Pasture.-Subscriber, Gheringh.ip. --Sce on Page 7. Book.-M.C., .Lauriston.--Geo. Robertson and Co., publishers, Melbourne. Watcr.-W.J.E., Park-ville.-Doubtful. Better try an experiment on a small scale as a trial. Dairy Act.-Subscriber, Gunyah.-If you cannot get a reply, you might appeal to the member for your district. Land.-J.B., Ararat.-From £R3 5/ to £5 10/ on acre, according to quality and nearness to ra'ilway station. Tank Measurement.-Red Gum, Epping.--hA tank. 300 ft; by 58 ft. on the surface, with slopes of 2 to 1, practically meets the case, its contents being 800 yards. Foamy Cream.-S.B., George's Bay, Tasmania, writes, in reply to a correspondent, a remedy for fooming cream or butter that will not come, is to put a little carbonate of soda in the cream. Spineless Cactus.-A.S., Binalla.--It is one o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

~ REGP1V blRd3 TII~1AJL&L lDr ~0 eI. 0V \DA S i I t a IN 5Mtd LiE n NdRE S. HGuaranteed Dry, H{A S ELL"S Free Running. S\\ Not in the Combine THOMAS'S PHOSPHATE, INDIAN OCEAN NATURAL GUANO, Finely Ground. Burnt AGRICULTURAL LIME, Finely Ground AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE, SUPERPHOSPHATE, BONE and SUPER. BONE- DUST, BONE and BLOOD, Sulphate of Potash, Stice ial Mixtures, &c. For prices, analyses, and all particu]ars apply to country agentr or to ,ARTHUR H. HAS9ELL, 17 QU1EN-STREET, MELBOUINE, GREEN FODDER. GENUINE SEED PRODUCES 60 TONS PER ACRE. VICTORTAN REISULTS. A Prolific Plant for SULMMER FEED. Of over 500 Varieties, 12 only, including Early Amber Cane, are of any value. The late Mir. R. lanna was one of the discoverers, andl introduced it int,) Australasia. This plant grows 10 to 1! feet high, contains 15 per cent of saccharine .atter or is NOT GENUINE. It flourishes ia dry weather, when maize withers a'ay. It pro vidtes the very best of food FOR EVERY CREA TUllE ON ...

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SHOWS TO COME. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

BHOWS TO COME. JANUARY. Kiama, N.S.W ........ . ..28, ? , 28 Wcollongong, N.S.W .......... 9, 30, 31 FEBRUAY. " Berry N.S.W . . . . Dorigo, N.S.W. .. .. .. 1. ,. .. .. .10, 11 Alstonviruy , N.S.W..... . '.. .... .... 11, 12 Kdrumburra .. . " .. .... . . . .. 18 Lang Lang .."... .. " .. ... "."..*..... . LP aOyrn, N.S.W......17 8 1 Gunning, N.S.W. ....r: . 18, 19 Dapto, N.S.W. .2.. .. :.4:; . ;. S4, S2 Leongatha.. .. . . 25 Inverelll, N.S.W2... . " . . . . .· 26" - tTra.ls, N.S.W.. 3.e . 3, 4.§5 Tentorlleld, N.S .W..'. .- ' :-,::.~ ', " 5 Ronsey ...... .. 4 . Wpe arragn .. ..... 4 Glen Jnue, N.S.WV. .. ,,;:'' :2,?f?.?'?::, 10 11, 1 Yoster .. .. .. - .. '-. -.. , z -: ,,,'? . , .-. .. Tumubert, N.S.W. .. .. . 5 Foster ·.*4 BLil ll• . .. " . . .. Orbost 5- 0· Oberon, N.S.W. .; .7 Uppler Yarra·.. I~ ,,,.:.:·; ~ ' .., 10.·!~~J 1 Glen ]nucs, N.S.*W. 12-'?.: Bunyip... ..·.;4~~::~'r;5:,; 11 Portland .... .....1 .. .. Yarram .. .. . ... , ... 2l Tumbernusba, N bW - .1, 2.1 Box n ....H sn , 1...

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COMMENTS. THE BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

COMMENTS. THE BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY. The. possibilities of the beet. sugar indus try in Victoria are challenged in state ments recently emanating from disappoint ed settlers at Kiilmany Park, near Sale. According to their version of the case, it is impossible to grow sugar beet with pro fit, and they accordingly ask to be relieved from the special obligation under which they rest of devoting a quarter of the area of their holdings to this crop. Kilmany Park, it will be remembered, is one of the estates repurchased by the State especially in the interests of the sugar beet industry.. This fact was made clear at the time, and in all references to it the point has been emplhas;isE.' that the new holders would be reqhi:o'd to give promin ence to the production. o" sugar beet. The repurchase and sale in small holodings of such estates as Boisdale :and lKilmany. Park were effected in order to secutre dependable supplies of raw material for the Malfra factory. Otherwise there would have been...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

AGRICULTURAL NOTES, The feature of the past week's .weather conditions has been the 'movement of the anti-cyclone productive of fine weather throughout southern Australia. Under these conditions the iveather has continued dry south of the tropic, except for a few showers in' Gippeland and a light rain in western and southern Tasmania. In the tropics, however, monsoonal activity con tinues with widespread light to heavy rain recorded in the Northern Territory, and, in association with thunder, over almost the whole of Queensland; except the south west. Aramac, in Queensland, received 226 points,'and Katherine River, Northern Tcr ritory, 242 points. Many totals of over 100 points were recorded, but in the Warrego, Darling Downs and central coast divisions of Queensland the rain was very scattered. The sustained monsoonal activity in the north favors further rain in Queensland and the Territory, Ibut conditions are o?ficially described as likely to remain fine in the south. The fist of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

,aning. -. . , . . _ - VTICMTORIA RAOIG gLUB. AUTUMN MEETING, 1914. To be rmun at Flemington, or such other Course as the Committee may Direct, GENERAL ENTRIES CLOSE at the Offices of the V.R.C., Melbourne;' of the A.J.C., Sydney; of the S.A.J.C., Adelaide; of tihe W.A.T.C.; Perth; of the T.R.U., Hobart; and of the T.T.C., Launceston, at 6 pim. on TUESDAY, 3rd FEBRUARY. All Entries- Must be Accompanied witlh Amount of Forfeit. FIRST DAY.-S-ATURDAY, 2Sthl FEBRUARY. (Weather Permitting.) PINES HURDLE RACE. A handicap sweepstakes of 2 sores. each., i ft., with 800 added. Second horse to receive 60 and the flthird 30 so\'s. out of the stake. Win nor of any handicap Ihurdle race after declara tieson of weights to carry 7 lb. extra. Two miles. ST. LEGEIR STAKES. (Entries closed.) NEWMAAKET HANDICAP.. (Entries closed.) SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES. (Entries closed.) ESSENDON STAKES. A sweepstakes of 12 sovs. each, 2 ft., with 1500 added. Second mhorse to receive 300 and the third 150 sovs. cut of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

PElsaing.Bb F~~rlimrnd. LOYD S Missing Friends, Next of Kin, - SECRET INQUIRY OFFICES, Swanstoa street, Melbourne. First Established Ofies, Aus tralian States. LLOYD'S Unclaimed Money, Register of Chan cery Helrs; Legatees, and I ereona Adv or tised for to claim money. Searoh and full par ticlars, 10/0. LdD Secret InquiRY Offies - Misi~ng Friends, ke., traced Secret in estig tioii conducted by special detectives all over the world. LLOYD'S . Next of. 'n .of. O''e -Adyncm made L on Legacies, Wills; Re er-io?s, i o., and esme promptly and cheaply "cllected. " LOYD'S;-Retained by the prlncipal D?nkets, S Merchants, Solicitors, &c. References Judgcs, Magistrates. B-nks, Solicitors, MC. 86 vwansi'ton-strf et, Melbourne. rATILLAM DELANY, formerly of Nunawading V ictoria, b~rther of the late P'triek John Delany, is requested to COMMUNICATE witSh THE TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS AND AGENCY COMPANY . LIMITED, 412 Collins-stiet, Mel bourne. Anyone furnishing satisfactory evidence" that William...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

Our GRAND aad G~A~·.T SUTMER FAIR, now in progres, prese?sts a MOST FAVORABLE OPPORTUNITY For Everybody to Satisfy their Requiremeuts from our UNPARALLELED STOCK of GOODS for Personal Use, the Farm, or the Home. - -- · ex 1 . BARGAINS IN WOOL AND COTTON DRESS GOODS. Id --Double Width WITIE FROSTED CREPES; 1/3 goods for Gld. G.d.-Double Width SPONGE CLOTII, in a big range of colors; 1/,'6 line for 6Od. Gl6d.--Double Width SELF-COLORED PIQUES, in all the most fa.shionable shades, and ill tuo widths of cord; 1/ goods for eid. 8hl.--Double Width IIIGlbLY MEi?RCERISED WlIPCORDS, Cord Piquel, alPo a Smart Serge Weave, as bright as pure silk. and are in all the laterst hales andl ivory. 'I'hc~e goods were 1/6 a yard; Fa.' urse., Sd. 8l.--Doubl . Width FRO1STED CREPES; 111 goods, S'd. 4?,.--llouble Width1 CREAIIM CORDUROY, 4 :1. lt-d.-PI'NlTED ALL IWOOD CHIALYS, in this season s foulard patterni; 10'( and 1/9 goods for 10.d. 3/.--142-in. SELF-COLORED KA TONAS, all colors; 2;9 good. for 1/ a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

, Stock and Station. CRgSBRO* EKST ,.7 Cressbrook Brisbane River Queensland The sub-division of the first lot of Farms on this Estate has now been completed and lithographs are ready; same may be had on application. IMPORTANT. SAdvices to the effect that margarine is likely to adversely affect the price of butter need not concern buyers of this property, as a ready sale of milk can be made to the Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co. all the year round, whose factory practically adjoins the Estate. S l DATE OF SALE. The Sale will take place at Public Auction on Thursday, 26th March next, at s 12 o'clock noon at Toogoolawah. Auctioneerp, aIlos, Love & Co. .NO SURVEY FEES. NO .ONEROUS CONDITIONS. SCHOOL. Withiri a few miles of the property. SITUATION. Four miles from Toogoolawah, which is 55 miles by rail from SIpswich, and 79 miles from Brisbane. SOIL. Extremely fertile and exceptionally )vell adapted for the growth S of all cereals, as well as tobacco, potatoes, onions, ...

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No. 2335. By L. M. Stearns. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

.; By L. 31f. Stearns. 8 ' Black.-lMen, .2, 4, 12, 17, 22;. kings, 28; D20. White.--3en, 10, 11, 14, 2u, 0O; kings, 7, 20, White- to play and win. S3 .. 23 20 .. 21 10 .. 6 7.. 30 S22 -'2 28 19 0 2 - 2.5 White wins. 25 .. 2 23 .. 16 11 . S . 17- 21 12 -19 -J -11

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CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES EGAN V. COTTRELL. "Denny." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

CHAMPIONSHhP GAMES. * EGAX . V. COTThELb. "Denny." •Blaclk-Cottrell. Wlrite--Exati. 10 - 14, 11 - 15 . 16- 2. - - 5 (a) 24 .. 19 .22 .. 17 27 .. 11 25:7. 24 6 - 10 .7.-- 11 l0 - 26(o) 4 - S 2' , 17 SW .`. 25 30 .3 2 ")3.. ,19 9 -18 11--- 8 --'15 15 - 8 "81., 2 17 ..- 18 21 .. 17 20 .. 0 33--r (b) - 7 7--10 15 --.2 25 .9 ()25'.. 22 3"2 . 29 9 .. II - 34 (d)14 -- ] 8 - 0 - 15 26 .. 22 28 .. 14 24 ,. 20 (f)17 .. 14 .....Drvawt,. S(a) A stron opel)(ning for White. tb) (Riven an a loser. Ferry played thius against Alexander in a Scottish tourneyv. Alfred Jordan writeB:--"'When Ferric went 3--7 mly heart gave a tihuma . If Alexander replied 13..9) I iclt il6 would m?tke me chamnpionl of 'otland, but he missed the point, uid fell a victim to Ferric's iggrssci'e genius. Two nights after Ferric and I cameto the samne point. I wnae feor l --o , )ut hlo.only smiled softly, showilng he appreciated what I-had in store for him. Again the vision of the Scottish cha:mpionship faded." Ferrice had be...

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DRAUGHTS. PROBLEMS. No. 2336. Black. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

DP~~A ?NS. PIIOBLEMS30 n ireo 2836 avvl fi-.i ·BfDlre. White, BItld;.-Mon, ?1, .!1, 12,"14;t Iing;? 21. White.--Men, , 19, 20, 2, 28; king', ; . * White to move and wiu. No. 2337 uthior Unlknown. Black.--Mfc, ,' 10, .13; hings, "2, '. White.-3-len, 17, 18, 22, 20; kin'g, 2. White to play andt win. "These problems, though not difflkuji, are very plea?inug.

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SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS. No. 2331. By Claude Brown. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS. No.. 233 1. 'By Claude lBrown. :Black.-- iugs, 5, 27. - White.-- Men 1, , 28. Black to play. and win . . 27 - 23 3.. 8 23 - S ..12 14 .. 10 , 14 - 18'* 21 ,. 20 9:-133 5--' 9 - 8 .. 11 18 ---14 12 .:8 1· .. 7- 18 2 -3" 7 .. 2 10 - 60 23.'- 19* 11.. 7 15-10 2 9.. S7-;. 8 -19 - 5 20 .. 106 13 - S' 14 '2S .. 2- 14 -- 9 Islack-wins.

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CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

CRITICISM. Mr. "Lewis Rocs, Moonce Ponds; writes:--Rle clhmpion.shlip ganme, "Double Corner l yke" (Egin v. Acott), the position, after the 4:13rd move, is a; follows: Black.--Mcn, 0, 7. 10, 12, 11,, 23. -White.--Men, 1i, ;10, 17, 19, 21, 26. White to phly. Mr. Egan played 26..22. In stead, play: 16 .. 11 14 - 18 17. 14 10 - o3 7 - 16 22 .. 15 10 - 17 14 .. 9 2G .. 22 23 - 27 21 .. 14 -Drawn. At note (d) the position after 5th move is:- Black.-31en, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14. W hite.-- ienl , 13, 17, 19, 20, 2], °4 , 1--15 is played here. Instead t3': 11 - 18 18 - 23 23 - 27 11 - 10 17.. 14 9., 6 T13 .. 9 20) .. 11 10 - 17 11 - 15 7 - 27 - 20 21 .. 14: 6 .. 2 9 .. 5 I .. 7 6 -10 7 - 11 32 - 27 15 - -'24 14.. 9 2 .. 0 5 .. 1 6 .. Drain.

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DRAUGHTS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

DRAUGHTS ITEMS. Mr.. Alfred JTordan explains tile conflicting re ports of the result of ILs mptch with Plonleroy as follows:--'The match practically conlcluded in the 25th gaihe, vwhen the score vas-Joran J1 Powtciiy 0, drawn rS2. .Twentij-fkoir.iore geuell were afterwards 4onte?tWi, of whob. Poiigroy .wai 2. and 22 we~ Ih-awn, but io itshei-or 1l!eo nap concerned thcreby." SIn the Scottisu champtonfdiIp touney the fo l. iowiig briltiant Ibaid .ft playcr n will eompcte:-. 'erric tholodcr of th~ title, and Cx nrId' er dam pion), 3?'IIelvie .(bst year's runner c p), (Crabbe (london dahampion), J. ITynd ('Engli. d4iplon), Scobic, Smith, Brydon, Scott and Jcwitt (all in te?uational players), anl other prominent sexprts. pio?? and ittcrnatiorial ilnyers) nmay afl o n*o pete. The tourney Is open to the world.

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"Denny." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

"Denny." ck--Egn. Whlite--C'ottrell. 10.-- 14 S5 .. 9 11 -- 16 23 ... 14 22 .. 19 5 - 1' 17 .. I1' ' 61-:-Y " • -- 10 20 .. 22 (a) 3 -- 7 27 .; 18 22 .."17. 11 - 15 (b)13 ,,.9 " 15 -: 29 9- 13 22 .. 17 8 s- l 1-Black wins. 28 24" ' 7--lt (c) 9 .. 5 1 - 22 29 ...25 14 - (a) Again lthe fatal move. (b) The correct reply. (c) A strange oversight for an exslert lik: Mir. Coltrell to mnake, but similar c?ors l h;erce been made by experts in international mnatchel. 31..2Q should win for Whlite.

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"Dundee" (12—16, 24—19). [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914

"Dundee" (12--1, 21-.19). Black--CottreHl. Whitc--k:gan. 32--t1O 10- 15 2- 6(h)11 - 15 (a) 24 .. 19 ]9 .2 10 2" .. 22 32 .. 27 (b) 106- 20 6- 2' 6-10 5- 9 22 ..-18 N . 17 27 ..2 17 .. 13 (c) 11--.5(e) 1 6- 0-27 9 --14 ]3 .. 11 29 .. 25 '21 .. 14 TU ...q 8 -- 24 9 -- I 7 --.10 14 - 17 28 .. 19 17 ..14 1 1, .. 7 9 .. 6 4- S (f)6- 9 , - 10 10 -14 25.. e3 0 .. 26 ().. 17 6.. 1 (d)- 8 -1 2 0-- 8 10 - 32 17 - 21 22 .. 18 2S .. 14 26 .. 17 1 ... 0 SWhite wins.. (a) The forces are very evenly balanced in this opeunhig. (b) 8-12 forms the "Paisley," but 16-20 is equally good. (c) Better than 9-11. (d) 9-14 runs into the "I)oublh Corner," and is rather stronger. (e) 11-15 or 9-13 is better. (f) This move gives lhlack a bad game. (c) Unexpected, but tricky. (h) Loses. 20---21, followed by 2t--28, givc. Black- a narrow draw.

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