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Why Acid Stomachs are Dangerous. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

Why Acid Stomachs Dangerous. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, May :-Acid in the stomach is dangerous and fre quently fatil, because acid from its corrosive nature 1ms a natural ten dency to destroy the mucous lining of the stomach itself. No one intention ally swallows hydrochloric, acid, but it is often present in large quantities as the result of food fermentation in the stomach resulting from the chemical action, which so frequently follows the eating of the daintiest and most tasty foods or the indulgence in any form of alcoholic stimulants, including beer, wine, liqueurs, etc. This fer mentation causes pain, uneasiness and discomfort because of the acid which burns like a red-hot iron, and the for mation of gaB which distends the stomaoh, musing "Shortness of breath and palpitation of the heart. The trouble being entirely due to the un natural condition of stomach contents, and not in any way to the fault of the stomach itself, physicians have adop ted with marvellous success the plan of ne...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

SPORTING NOTES. " PAKEHA.") COURSING. " Hotspur'' in tlie " Leaclnr," refer ring fco Mr A. L. Nase's win nt Creswiclc Champion meeting, writes : -" Mr Albert L. Nase, tho worthy president of tho club, who was trebly represented by Nitrolene, New Eng-; land and Neil Braddon, got to the i right end by tho aid ot tho first numed, whose success would be doubly gratifying to the XJllina courser from the fact that she is home-bred. Nitro leno is a puppy of October whelping, and was "making her public debut on the coursing field, and her victory at the first time of asking is another good orodcutial for her sire, Ned Cringle, who bids fair to mako a reputation at the stud. Nitrolene is evidently a puppy of more than ordinary excel lence, and is very stoutly bred." I resrret that some persons have bi'en shooting'on the ground preserved for . the Clunes District Coursing club, but steps are being taken to prevent their depredations; and trespassers caught on the land, will be,^prosecuted wit...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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WEANING THE FOAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

WEANING THE FOAL. The hardest thing to ^overcome in weaning foals is the actual lose of the companionship of the mother, which causes the colt to worry and fret. Horses are nervouB animals, and the colt, (being deprived of his "beat friend," often spends much time in running up and down his paddock or stall, neighing, pawing and whimp ering in a vain effort to And an es cape ?which may lead at least to com pany of his kind, if not of We mother. To take the place of his dam, the best possible substitute .is another colt. Where a colt of the same age Is not available, the use of a yearling ing arrangements are such that' the yearling gets his share of the feed given. For the best results, it is ne cessary to keep the foal which is be ing weaned out of sight and hearing of the dam, as 'every time they see or hear each other only eerveB to pro iong the period of fretting by reviving their memories. ?The main point in the weaning, all things'considered, is feeding the colt. On no account...

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A Romantic Career. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

i A Romantic Career. The death took place yesterday, at Pasadena, California, of Mr Frederick Weyerhauser. Mr Woyerhauser, who was just under 80 years of age, had long been one of tho most remarkablo figures in tho American business world (says tho Washington corres pondent of "The Times" on April 10). Outside that world, however, he was little known in the East, except vaguely as " tho Lumber King of America," whoso wealth was probably greater than tlmt of Mr Morgan or Mr Rockefeller!?. Even in tho West, where his activities wore conccntrated, his name suggested to most men nothing more tangible than tho con trolling factor in tho lumber trade. Born in Germany, Mr Weyer liauscr landed in tho United States at tho nge ot 18. After a few years ho got a job at a saw mill in Illinois. Within six months ho was managing that mill, and in partnership with Mr l?. 0. A. Denckuian, a relative by marriage, he subsequently bought it. But, as in tho case of Mr J. J. Hill nnd othey. contemporarie...

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TRICKING THE PORTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

TRICKING THE PORTERS. As illustrating the unfounded com plaints which are sometimes made against railway servants, Mr. W. P. Jackson,'the general manager of the North British Railway Company, hhs been telling a good story, the facts of which, he said, were ascertained in the investigation of a complaint made by the principal actor. An old lady turned up at one of the Glasgow stations, and going up to a porter said: m "I say, porter, can you tell me where I will get my train?" Where are you going, madam?" he asked. "What have you got to do with that? Can you tell me where I will get my train?" "But I cannot tell without " "Well, I'm not going to tell you where I'm going. I'll get someone else to help me." ? With .that, the old lady toddled far ther up the platform, and meeting an other porter propounded her conun drum to him. "Where are you going, madam?" was his natural question. "Oh," she retorted, "you are Just as impertinent as your mate. I'm not go ing to tell you where I'm goin...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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WATER COMISSION. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

WATER COMSSlbN. "WEDNESDAY, MAY 27th. Present:-The whole oE the Com J misaioners. ' 'CORRESPONDENCE. ' From Under-Treasurer of Victoria, forwarding claim for half yearly in terest, etc., charges, amounting to | £169 16s 2d. | From secretary, State Rivers and i Water Supply Commission (through J Sir Alex. Peacock, M.L.A.), stating Mr Murray, arupfficer of the depart i ment, would visit Clunes on the 19th | May to inspect and report on repairs, etc., required at the water storage works. ' FrOtn secretary, State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, forwarding report by Mr T. Murray, C.E., on the i inspection of the Clunes water supply I made 19th May. The engineer said the position wns j that he had been asked by Mr Murray I to 'prepare (plans, eto., of the works necessary, for submission to the de partment, and he would proceed with the work as soon as possible. ENGINEER'S REPORT. Mr H. E. Sando, C.E., reported During the past month the foreman and men have been employed repairing &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

LTD. ESTD. 1782. WORKERS'COMPENSATION. FIRE. L0S8E8 PAID EXCEED £90,000,000, LOUM by BUSH FIRES arid by UQHTHINQ are M&DFT ffood by thla Company* AGENTS WANTED. VIOTQRIAH ARI T0 471 B3URKE ST., 22^. MELBOURNE. DALCETV & CO. LTO., ACEHT8. POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classen wanted. W. buy by live weight. Crates lent. No Commission or Cartage Charged. Chickens & Ducklings, 6d lb. Old Fowls from 2/- to 4/8 pair, any breeds. . DAVID HYLAND & 80N8, HHNNI1TS FREEZING WORKS, MELBOURNE. FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, there Is nol inn" eaual I o ICBRNOT'S. SOOTH . ENG. POWDERS. They are a safe and -certain remedy; 1/-- pkts.; posted 1/1 stamps. ICERNOT, Chemist, GEELONG. Liquids placed in vessels of un glazed earthenware' are quickly cool ed. The . reason Is that the porous earthenware quickly becomes satur ated, and tlie evaporations from its surface cause it to become quite cold. PITT'S POISONED WHEAT. For destroying Rats, Mice, Sparrow:; and Parrots, etc. It is the onl...

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THE VALUE OF MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

THE VALUE OF MONEY. Someone has said, "Money does not make the man; but things are apt to bo much more comfortable-when the man makes money." We read of misers who love money just for the' pleasure it gives them to hoard it, to handle it, and to count it over; but Buch cases are rare: Money is chiefly valued for what it can bring, and it seems foolish for a person to claim to care nothing for . It. True, money alone cannot buy health, education, friends,' and happi ness; but if rightly valued and used, it can help to give us all of these. Of course, the environment, character, and habits of a person shape his views on all subjects. If one has seriously., felt the need of money.'a'nd is obliged to work hard to obtain it, he will be much more likely to know its true value than the person to whom it has come without any effort of hiB own. . It is said that women as a class do not know the value of money, and are prone to spend it foolishly. As far as my acquaintance goes, this, is not ...

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THINK OF THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

THINK OF THIS. Tlie best we can do is the least that Bhould be expected of us. It is better to know, too little than to know a lot that Isn't true. Making both ends meet is not quite enough; they should lap over a bit. Take time to think. Do not move nimlessly around like a fly with its head off. If you know that you are right, it does not matter whether anybody else knows it or not. Life is like a penny-in-the-slot ma chine* If we put nothing into it, most assuredly we will get nothing out of it. ...

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KEEP YOUR GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 29 May 1914

KEEP YOUR GRIT. Hang on! Cling on! No matter what they say. Push on! Sing on! Things will come your way. Sitting down and whining never helps a bit; .Best way to get there is by keeping up your grit. Don't give up hoping when the ship goes down; ) Grab a spar or something-Just re fuse to drown. Don't think you're dying just because you're hit, Sinlle in face of danger and hang to your grit Folks die too easy-they sort of fade away; Make a little error, and give up in dismay. Kind of man that's needed is the man of ready- wit, To laugh at pain and trouble'and keep his- grit. .;

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English Hedges. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

English Hedges. It is frequently auppoaed that English hedges are the reBulfc of the enclosure act3 of the eighteenth cen tury. They are far more venerable. They really date from the fourteenth contury. Land which lay in common was divided up, we read in " The Times" (London), and to mark the new boun daries hedges wore planted. No doubt open fields were still maintained in many districts for hundreds of years. The old banks or " balks"i-the narrow I grass paths which preceded hedges are still traceablo in various parts of England. j Hertfordshire happens to .contain' many " balks" which remain visible to this day, and perhaps- help to account for tho desire of the local farmers to revert to earlier methods. But essen tiolly our hedgerows are a surviral from ancient days, and /re would not willingly see them vanish. Thej are part and parcel of merrie Englaand, a characteristic which distinguishes the English countryside in the Midlands and tho south from every other land in the worl...

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Depth of the Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

~ vary Depth of the Ocean. The latest book from the late Sir John Murray was, we under stand, "The Ocean," in Messrs Williams and Norgate's Home I University Library (says "The Westminister Gazette"). In that volume there is no more interest ing chapter than that which supplies particulars of the depth of the ocean. Some years ago Sir John called all those areas where the depth exceeds 3000 fathoms (18,000 feet) "deeps," and Rave them distinc tive names- Fifty-seven such "deeps," based upon some 500 soundings, are now known : 32 in the Pacific, 18 in the Atlantic, 5 in the Indian Ocean, and 2 in the Southern Ocean- The total area covered by these depths is al together only about 7 per cent, of the ocean floor. Occasionally a cone-like elevation with a depth on its summit of less than 3000 fathoms rises from the- centre of I a deep. Two deeps in the Atlantio and seven in the Pacific have depths exceeding 4000 fathoms, 46 sound ings in depths greater than 4000 fathoms having been reco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

AT , J. V'V',; ' Blankets! Blankets GREAT BARGAINS IN BLANKETS Size and Weight of every pair stamped on Blanket, and Guaranteed all "Victorian Wool. LARGE DOUBLE BED SIZE, 19s lid. l> dimes Agent for Eagley Mills. Men's Suits made from customers' own material, latest cut and style Youth's 26s 6d; Men's 80s. AT W. J. CHAMPIO ITS. Commonwealth JfeBank of Bustvalia HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY Ah B«ik Ii open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING EBUSINESS it EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Abo at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, flockhampton, Townsrille, and Londo*. Ofcblt remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign placet direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued ;o any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for . collection. Banking and Kxchanje Holiness of erery description transacted within the Common* .. wealth, United Kingdom and ahmad. Cnrrent accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposiw. ' Advances made a...

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SPORTING NOTES. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

SP0RT1NQ NOTES. (BY " PAKEHA") QQTJRSINQ. ' The Olunea Distriot Coursing Olub | will open the season 03 Monday nest, J on the estates of Messrs Geo. Eraser and Geo. Leishman, when the Puppy Bjiid Birthday Stakes- will bo com menced, and conoluded on the follow ing day. Tho nomination tor both stokes is reasonable, and it affords owners a good opportunity of trying their dogs, and seeing if they are good i enough for the rich stake (the ohauj t piou) in July. To the Puppy Stakes I Messrs Parkin Bros, of Kingston, have | added a fivo guinea trophy, wliioh is on view in Mr It. Thomas's window. ( The going, I hear, is in good condition ! and the Jiaros plentiful, although if the "potters" had their way tlioy would bo very scarce. This, howovor, they won't have, as the president and j the club aro determined to prosocuto j j those who kill tho hares on tho cour ' sing ground. To have coursing tho hares must bo preserved, otherwise it woijld bo a failuro, and the first to i.'s<...

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Clunes Guardian & Gazette THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLICGOOD TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUDUCQOOD TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914. The half-yearly meeting of the Clunes branch, A.N.A., was held on Friday evening, President Rogers in the chair. There was a large atten dance of members. The election of officers resulted as follows :-Presi dent, Mr J. Cook; vice-president, Mr J. W. Preston; treasurer, Mr E. Payne; secretary, Mr A. Harden; assistant secretary, Mr J. Sherman; committee, Messrs "VV. Oliver, A. E. Gresnhalgh, M. Connelly, T. Harvey, E. M. Jones; auditors, Messrs S. Chambers and W. J. Ambrose. The officers wero installed by. the Chief President (Mr A. M. Taylor), who was accorded a very hearty reception. The receipts for the evening ampunted to over £40. One of tha earliest residents of Clunes, and one who was well-known by the older generation and held in the highest esteem, died on Sunday morning in the person of Mr Emerson Wilkinson. The deceased, who was 77 years of age, was a native of Stanhope, county Durham,. England. He arrived in Victo...

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Methodist Sunday School. CONCERT AND DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

Methodist Sunday School. CONCERT AND DISTRIBUTION 01? PRIZES. There was a large attendance in Wesley Hall on Thursday evening last, when the annual entertainment was held, and the prizes won during the year distributed. The Rev. W. Moore presided. Those taking part in the entertain ment performed in a highly creditable manner, arid every item was greatly enjoyed. The programme was as fol lows :-Overture, Pianoforte duet, Misses C. and H. Hecker; recitation, " Grandpapa's Spectacles," Mavis Hay; song, " Little Black Me," Olga Cham pion; recitation, "The Starless Crown," Miss JD. Birch ; action song, " Ten Little Choir Boys," Junior Boys; recitation, " Grandmama's Beau," Lilla Carter ; pianoforte solo, Thelma Turnbull; action song, "Dainty Domestics," Twelve Girls; recitation, Valda Parsons ; coinpuny recitation, " Good night," Junior Girls ; song, " Is it Par to Heaven," May Frawley ; company recitation, " Life's Little Day," Senior Girls. In addition two tableaux were very successfu...

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A.N. A. CLUNES BRANCH. SOCIAL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

A.N. A. OLUNES BRANCH. SOCIAL FUNCTION. At the cloao of the half-yearly meet, ing of the Climes Branch, A.N. A., on Friday evening, a social function was held, -which wag presided over by the newly-electod president (Mr J. Cook). There wore also present the Chief President of tho Association (Mr A. M. Taylor), tho Mayor (Cr J. 1?. Phil lips, J.P.), Or Lean, Mr Jas. Cook (representing the Loyal Clunes Lodgo, M.U.I.O.O.F.), Mr C. Foulkcs, jun. (I.O.R.), Mr Cullip (Talbot Branch A.N.A.), and Mr Brown (Nowington Branch A.N. A.). Ex-president Rogers proposed "The A.N. A." (coupled with the name of tho Chief President). He said the Chief President had worked hard to attain his present high position, which he well deserved. He had heard the Chief President address the Conference when he was elected, and considered that Mr Taylor was tho right man in the right place. (Ap plause). Song, " Old Rustic Bridge," Mr J. Robins. The Chief President had a hearty reception .cm rising to respond. lie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

. f |JPiano& Organ Tnning /Our Piano Tunor, Mr GEO, PARKER, .is at "present in Clunca, Thoao requiring th» services of & thoroughly compoteut man are r«quoBted to leavo ihuir name and address at Backhand's. Olunes will be visited quarterly. Ask for particulars regarding our ?"r tri»yearly tuning hat. - Buttons Propty. JLtd.-, ?"% BALLAttAT, "Andat Melboucno, Bondigojind Geolong .1- W.-PRESTON Ironmonger, . 'FURNITURE DEALER, AND ' TIMBER MERCHANT, , (Royal Buildings) .Eraser and Bailey Streeto DB8IRES to call the attention of the ipublio to hia large and varied stock :io all departments, , Electro-plated Ware Furniture Cutlery Bedsteads Lampware BeddinC Holloware and PramB & Go-La-ta . Furnishing Ironmongery Travelling Bags and Trunk s SPECIAL PURCHASE of SPORTING AMMUNITION in Kynoch (smokoleaa) Kynooh (black;' Ballistite " New Club Amberite , Ely's " Bonax " Ajax ,, .Empire " Winchester Cai cridges, smokeless black. Stoves, Coppers & Frames, .Coloni...

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TALBOT SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

TALBOT SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 1st. Present:-Crs Miller (in fcho chair), Coutts, Matthews, Fawcett, Branigan, Ohurchill, Vinecotnbe. Cr Coutts apologised for the ab sonco of the president (Cr R. W. Niehol); and Cr Fawcett for the ab sence of Crs Fraser. CORRESPONDENCE. From Public Works department, stating that owing to the largo de mand for Pentridge wire netting, Ktocks in hand waro exhausted, but first quality English wiro netting was available at £'23 per mile. From Education department, re Empire day celebrations. The secretary said he lmd brought the circular under the notice of the president, who had instructed him to present a tin of lollies to each of the five State schools in the shire. From Creswick Bhiro, forwarding account for £6 8s 9d, the council's moiety qf cost of Boundary road works near Nolan's corner, Lard Clyde. The amount was placed on' tho pay sheet; From Shires of Creswick, Tullaroop, Newstead, and Lexton, supporting the views of this council as to enforc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914

And Cuticura Ointment. They afford a pure, sweet and economi cal method of preserving, purify ing and beautifying the skin, scalp and hair. For distressing eczemas, rashes, itchings, inflammations and chafings of infants, children and adults Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Ointment are most effective. Cuticura Soap aod Ointment oro nol<l throushout i tlio world. A liberal sample of eacb. with 32-pn*o j booklet on the carc and treatment of the akin and | ecr.lp, Gent po.*i-frco. Address H. Towna & Co.| 1 fcydflcy, N.8. W. Meetings, A ALti NATIONS' LODGE7T75. a/|}W 28 V.O. -Monthly MEETING N^/v thiB [Tuesday] Evening at 7,80. ElooVon W.M., eto,-G.;Ha.Y. V.M,, 8eo* petary, OLUNES. COGHILiL'S GREEK, BECKWORTH, & EGLINTONI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Department of Agncultiire, F EGTUtyE on Poultry Breeding unci Management will be given by tlm Poultry Expert, Mr A. V. D. RENTOUL, at tho Assembly Room, Town Hull, on TUESDAY, 16th JUKEj at 8 o'olook p.m. A large attendance ...

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