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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 January 1914

STRAY NOTES. " BOWLEII." They say Clunes is very many years behind the times. I presume the person who made this remark, had in his mind the lighting of the town. In this respect we are, but the council ore now waking upland al ready have taken the initiative in gleaning particulars rc electric l'ght. Just think of it. Towns such as Donald, Charlton, Nagambie, Boches ter, Mooroopnu, Sliepparton, Swan Hill, Colac, are all lit up with electric light, in fact, nearly every town with a " go ahead" spirit have it, and why not Clunes? Here we pay about £2:20 a yBjir for . lighting. Even if wo had to pay this amount in interest on this capital invested, look at tho benefit that would be bar vested. Anyway, let us hope it won't end in "smoke," that our civic fathers will rise to the occasion and give us a batter light. Another item the lighting committee have to tackle is that of a stone crusher. The outlay, if one is pur chased, is greit, but a big saving is exppcted in another way. Howeve...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Strange Phenomenon PINK LAKES OF THE MALLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 January 1914

8trail g-e Phenomenon PINK LAKES OF THE MALLEE. In u, tour through unfrequented portions of the malleo Mr.. A. D. Hardy, of the Forests department, and Mr A. S. Kenyon, ns engineer of the Water Commission's staff, made in teresting observations of the wierd topographical features ot this now valuable province. Mr Hardy was concerned mainly witli botanical re search, of which he lias supplied full details to the Field Naturalists'" Club; but the trip afforded him some material of wider interest. Physio graphers, as h6 remarks, have shown that the mallee country "is the raised. ' bed of a sea or great estuary, into which flowed rivers such as the Dar ling, Lachlan, Murrumbidgee, Murray and Loddon, which now confluent in full season, reach the sea by tlio channel of the lower Murray-thoi-e from the north and east chiefly, but from the Grampians and Pyrenees bylands, on the south flow the Wim- . mora, the Yariiambiack, Dunmunkle, Avon and Avoca, streams of which the lust, and that in go...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 January 1914

WISE AND OTHERWISE. :o: | Is Ilolon going to prosocuto Jack for stealing n kiss? No; tho property Las been roturnod. That follow Slimson can write with ( cither hand. Itcally ? How does ho do j it? llo uses a typowritor. I . . « . « v Mother: May, that young man of yours is too forward. Ho must be sttt upon. May . Leavo that to mo, mother. I'll 600 that ho is. » » « . s ' ' | Do you believe the pen is mightier than the sword. Of course it is. Who ever had to pay ten thousand pounds' damages in a breach of promise ease on account of the sword he carried? » » » » » "What is a soldier of fortune, pa?" "A soldier of fortune, son, is a vaga bond who fights for anybody who asks him, and then puts up an awful scream for help from his own country when he gets into trouble.'' . . * . * . Binks: "Jimson is one of the liver brigade.- He has a little canter every morning before breakfast." W inks: "Yes, I know. And he has a pretty big de-canter every night after din ner." « * * « * I Well-meani...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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EFFORT FOR HOSPITAL. "DIRECT APPEAL" REALISES NEARLY £100. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 January 1914

EFFORT FOR HOSPITAL. "DIRECT APPEAL" REALISES NEARLY £100. A meeting to reeeivo the balance slicot in connection with tlio recent "direct .appeal" made on behalf of tlio Clunes District Hospital, was hold at tlio Free Library on Thursday evening last. Mr W. Richards, J.P. (president) occupied the chair. Tht! secretary ( Mc P. llowe). apolo gised for the absence of the treasurer (Mr II. E. Saudo),- who was unable to bfa present; Ho submitted the balance sheet. Tlio whole of the collections amounted to £101 Gs 3d, and the ox p^nses to ,£G 15s 10d, leaving a credit balance of £1)5 10s 5d. Mr Rowe said thece were still a few donations to-comb in, and several of the council lors at tho meeting on Wednesday last had promised to donate 5s each towards the amount required to bring proiit to £ 100, which ho felt sure would b:s the case when all moneys were in. , . Tlio president, in moving the adop-1 tion of tlio balance sheet, said the re- ( suit was a splendid one, imd better | than had be...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. MALLEE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 January 1914

Jr; ACHS?b'LTURAl NOTES, j MALLEE IN NEW SOUTH ' ~r WALES. . Victoria is not the only State that can claim to include mallee country-country treated with contempt at one time, but now recognised as ideal wheat land. In New South Wales, since the rush of wheat growers to new country in the Riverina districts, settlement is pushing westward, and this movement is bringing land seekers into contact with .wide stretches of tnallee land. In -a report just published the western lands commissioners of New South Wales submit iljg following statement i-. Ninety-two per cent, of the lands in the western division are held- under Western- Land Act tenures, and 4% per cent-, includ-. ,ingy3,034,428. acres of alienated, '-lands 'ahcT lands -ior- course of alienation, are " held under the -Crown Lands Acts. The balance -Qopsists of about 1.500,000 acres Of unoccupied lands and lands held under temporary occupa-1 tion - under tho control of the commissioners-and about | 1,250.000 acres of unalienate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 January 1914

Then Game Out in Pimples. Would ' Almost Tear Fdce Off. Used Cu , ticura ; Soap and Cuticura Oint ment, Now Quite Left Her, :Sk.;,Low"cr Randwiek, N. S. "W.r- . "WSRPtost girl had a* most drcadCul face; 16 VdB covcrcd » dry i-asb at first and ?then it carao out la . plniples and when sho got warnvsho would almost tear tlio faco ort her. "I tried a few different', lotions and ointments but it eccmed to do hop no good; it would go away for a timo but only to ;X,como back again. " I was iwould bo surprised, It tool: all hor*, «" jib of 2t; but tho scalcs wero still thero, so'» *. at for a sample tin of Cuticura Ointment, and would you boliovo it, It has <iulto loft her. and slio has had no return of it aiid not a mark of any kind loft." (Signed) Mrs. Oatley, April, 1012. . Do you wish to Improve your comploxion? hands or hair? If you wish a skin cloar of pimples, blackheads and other annoying eruptions, hands soft and white, hair livo and glossy, and scalp frco from dandruff...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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RABBITS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 January 1914

BITS L;T -QBW SOUTH ^ ALES. ?{- The rabbit trouble is increasing -!i" Gunda;:,,!, oi->triot N.b.W-, uik. Ich'hI ]ai)(]-hoid( t\s.ia';e a very pessimistic view of the outlook. The two prosont- (roubles are the > ifl is. rfljbir;s;.and-..'\vaat: \ i i C t-' rt^'iiiatr .have riot .."lif- dry lur half. a century, spring* tlio 11 hi to be everlasting, <ive uivon out; while rabbits. ive unie.tically .taken possession . til most frontages;' The Gundagai pastures board directors admit Mia" it is impossible, to cope with the pp*t at. present- On some holdings, rubbi's are present in . iroves, yivarmins? on cultivation pad locks arid hay slicks and round houses. Tho stock in spector (Mr Macpherson) says tbe plague has been caused by migration from the bills, the r;ibbits being'in search of water. At Tarrabanda they have at r.acked two feet high maize, and are fellinp.; it; while in the direc tion of Tumut tbey;| are going for i the heads of oats. Lanes running through wire ne...

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BUILDING A STACK. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 January 1914

BUILDING A STACK. In making the stack the centre j Bhould be kept well up- When it has settled down properly a layer of sheaves can be pulled out all round to obtain the desired Blope. Plenty of straw should be put on top. Better still is a covering of galvanised iron on frames hung over the stack, with legs suspended from the lower ends of the frames. All agree that the centre of the stack should be kept well up to give the sheaves a good elope and run the water out. Building with-a fork, when possible helps to get the shape and slope required. For covoring some still favor thatching, while others prefer] iron or maltboid. This latter1 material is cheap, and will last I for several seasons with care. The most econpmical roofing for j a stack is galvanised iron, either in seotions of two sheets each or erected to form.: a permanent I roof. A concrete floor is the beat on which to put a stack, and it should be woll raised in the c--ntrf. BuiMinpf nod on to the t.: r q iaifr enables ....

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THE BLOATER. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

THE BLOATER. It is goner,illy known thi\t a bloater is a- complete herring slightly salted and smoked; but few people aro aware that- tile origin Of this article of diet was accidental. A Yarmouth lierring curer, when leaving his premises one night after nil liis work people had gono found a quantity of good herrings which had been overlooked. Fearing they would bo spoiled if left as thev were, lie sprinkled them -with salt and Hung them in liis "smoke house," in which oak-billet was then being burned. The nest morning it was evident that his experiment had been successful. He began to specialise in this direction, an example which was speedily followed by others, until the fame of the bloater was established in the land. The kipper is a split herring cured in smoko. 'J'lio late Mr. John "VVoodger. of Newcastlo-on-Tyne and Yarmouth, was the fortunate discoverer of this me thod of treating the herring. The process of producing the red herring is analogous to that of the bloater, the ...

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SUBMARINE CINEMA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

SUBMARINE CltfEMA PICTURES. Among the probabilities of tho fu ture are moving pictures taken lit the bottom of the sea. Already a young American,. J. Ernest Williamson, lias taken snapshots- at a depth, of thirty five feet, and .will "soon toko a moving-, picture outfit" to Bermuda to procure desired submarine) scenes. For this trip a special .boftt will be used. 'Wil liamson is a' newspaper photographer and cartoonist. His fpther, Capt. J. H. Williamson, invented the flexible sub marine tube from which photographs under tho watsr have already been taken Iloccntlv in Hampton Roads 'Wil liamson, the younger, wont down in the tube, which was fixed into a well at the bottom of a barge thirty feet long.. The well was six feet square. Tho tube, niado of iron sections with a water proof cover of rubber and canvas, could be lowered to jiTiy depth. At tho bot tom of the tube was the "work-cham ber, C," as Williamson calls it; -which may bo of any size. In this William son sat with an ordina...

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SOME SALUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

SOME SALUTAT, Tho prostration and th . Unlunm/ sal utations that many Orientals use, aro only more pronounced forms of tho bow. So there is a connection between the embrace, bo common in civilised countries, i>nd tlie- greeting of a mem ber of tho Koiari tribe of .British New Guinea, who, in saluting a missionary, placed ono arm abott this neck and Btrokcd him under tho chin.. Among the.Masai and' tllo Ukerewo it in a mark of respect to greet un ac quaintance or ji stranger by spitting at him. Almost as strange is tho cus tom Ascribed to the Tibetans of putting out the tongue by way of salutation. Rubbing noses is quito common; tho Burmese, and many tribes of Eskimos, Laplanders, and Malayan do so. Stranger than any of-- those customs is the weeping salutation, that lias been observed among Central' South Amer ican Indians. This form' of greeting occurs too in tlu: Andamira Islands, New Zealand, and Polynesia. A Eyr tugucse explore/' thus describes the cus tom as he saw it used a...

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The Man who Dodged Work. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

The Man who bodged Work. By Chiirlos Phelps -Gusliing, "Argonaut." , It's frightfully linrd to make . some persons understand; that when one of literature's vagrants'has money enough to last him into the middle of Janu ary ho continues to . bo rich until he's poor again. When I'm' poor I chase work, take on any sort of hack writing, from interviews' to encyclopaedias, hut when I'm rich I dodge it. The harder I pursue, tho inoro desperately I have to fleo later on. Or I should say, ra ther, that is the way things used to ho in tho days when I was ashamed of my soul and afraid to fling capital hack in the publisher's teeth. As you shall see. A month ago I looked at my bank book nnd with intense gratification dis covered that tho balance .had rfeacliod tho unprecendented high-water 'mark of 500 dollars. That was enough to change my wliolo attitude towards ex istence. From that time forth until my funds shall'sink to zero again I am rich, and despise -to recogniso labor even as a speaki...

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REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. , At tlio basis of all genuine rotations lies t!ie fact that plants differ from one another ;they differ from one an other In their demands upon the soil, both chemical and physical; they dif fer with regard to tlieir root system, deptir- of feeding, their moisturo re quirements, their time of feeding, their dates in reaching maturity, etc. Many plants impoverish the soil; c few enrich it; some spoil its physical condition, while others improve it in that regard. Many crops l'avor tlic growth of weeds, while others either are able to ^hold the weeds in check or require such cultivation and treat ment as will prevent their growth. All these differences lit plants lor different, places in rotation, and a well arranged rotation is one in which the strong points of one crop follow so ns to fit into the weak points o! another, or vice versa, and In this wa.v reduce deficiencies to a minimum. A crop that requires a large amount ol one element should he followed by o...

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MARKETS. CLUNES STOCK MARKET. INCREASED ATTENDANCE OUTSIDE BUYERS. SUPPLIES INADEQUATE. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

CLUNES STOCK MARKET. INCREASED ATTENDANCE OUTSIDE BUYERS. SUPPLIES INADEQUATE. Wednesday. Crawford Bowling and Seymour re port holding thoir first salo for the year at their yards as above, when a moderate supply of catde, sheep and lambs was penned and a small yarding of pigs. [Owing to the good attendance of Oiltsida and local buyers supplies proved inadequate, and all trade quality atook was in brisk demand at high prices. Store cattle were in fair request, only two lots being unsold. Cows to £6; heifers to £5; steers to £7 17B 6d i crossbred wethers 18s 3d to 16s 6d 5 owes 16s Sd to 13s 6d; nsrino owes lis 9d to 7s 6d; lambs Us 6d to 9s 2d; pigs 34s to 13s. CATTLE. 19, Mr W. W. Pcarce, Talbot, cows £5 6s, £4 5s, £3; heifers £3 3a. ; 6, Mr J.. H. Wcstheraon, Qlen gowor, cows £6, £3 15s, steers £1 13s. 5, Mr B. McOleary, Talbot, bullocks £1 17a 6d; steers £3 17a 6d j -heifer £4 15s; cows £4 15b, £2 10s. 3, Mr E. McCarthy, Mt. Beokwith cows £4 lis, £3 12s, heifer £4 2s 6d. 2, Mr W....

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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NERVES AND THE WOMAN. Living Too Hard. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

NERVES AND THE WOMAN. Living Too Hard. ' This is ttio'age of hard work; whoii. concentration ou whatever one pons 10 take up is casentiar'to siK' cess. The business woman who waul!. H> set on has to work hard a nil live liiiril every hour of the day. The JJIO iVssional. woman who .slacks will be passed by other competitors in' the nice lor fame and success. Life-is iio full of manifold interests that eveu I lie domesticated woman, unless she leads the narrowest of lives, is occu pied all day long. V.'F> twve all to live and work to the. best of our .ability in this'twentieth century, and it is a very good thins thai we have, because It is the life .that Is full of work and interests that is best worth living, lint there Is another side to the question. Whilst many women can stand the .strain and bo all the better for It, a certain number break down. TUoy develop "nerves," they show signs of wear and tear, of over-strain and con stant tension. They begin to fuss o\*er little th...

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Clunes Guardian & Gazette THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLIC GOOD FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

THE NOBLEST MOTIVE 13 THE PDDLIOGOOD FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. Messrs A. M. Greenfield and Co., auotioners, and Sir Albert Frank, agent, will hold an important sale of Tourello land, at the Club hotel, Clunes, on Wednesday, 4th February, at 2 o'clock, under instructions from Mr John Campbell, senior. On the date named the auctioneers will submit Mr Campbell's snug httlo property o£ 3.00 acrrs known as "Argyle," situa ted about two miles from Tourello railway station and within three miles of Clunes; alao 61 acres of grazing land, well tfrabgred, and lying newer PlttjW' Mr mm for soiling is bis ndvanoing ago, he having boon in tho distriot for "57 years. Full particulars, also as re gards improvements, eto., on the land, will bo found in advertisomont in another'column. Tbo intention of tho State Ministry in regard to tho sittings of Parliament wa3 definitely stated by Mr Donald Maokinnon, the Attorney-General, at a mooting of woman electors held in tho Prahran town hall. Parliament,...

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THE VIXEN Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XLVI. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

g5 By LEWIN FITZHAMON. Published by Arrangement with .Ward, Lock Co., Melbourne. «. All Rlehts Reserved. CHAPTER XLVI. ' The Court had risen for luncheon, and every restaurant in the vicinity i>t the Law Courts was Inconveniently packed; the busy clinic of ltnife and. Kork, china and glass,, offered a philo sophic contrast to the continuous mur Snur of subdued argument. The gen eral to pic of conversation was Miss Burney's evidence. The honest way she had stood up to ?icrossexamination was greatly corn inented upon and admired; yet a curl bus and unreasonable opinion prevail ed that had John Cott. been able to i>ut his last question himself, Angela yvould have answered differently; this was the hotly-debated topic: was there foundation for a suspicion that Angela Soolc the necklace? There was one quiet corner in an tmprctentlous restaurant where there "Was no argument. The Earl and .(Countess of Pettlgew sat there; Pett trying to choke down an indifferent sole, while Dainty sa...

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SMEATON TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

SMEATOW TURF CLUB. A well attended meeting "of" the abovo was hold at the Cumberland hotel last Thursday evening. The president, Cr. A, L, -Mass, occupying the chair. The chairman, in opening the meet ing, expressed luo plsasur# at seeing such a large number present {i» re sponse to the invitations sent out by the secretary, and mentioned that with a little energy infused by each memfcsr present, . the coming race meeting -would equal anything held in the past. The Smeatoa r/jegs some years ago were considered one of th,e best up country meetings held in the i State. # As chairman i)f the trustees of the race course property, fyo 1^91;. tioned that a new iron roof had been put on the grand stand, complete with spouting, and a 1000 gallon tank OfOStgf}, The Smeatoa racecourse be. jng the only, .^ogfti^d recreation grouu*5 " a krg° difltrjet, $bp trustees were £:lraus of jfc on ideal picnic resort as well as ing for the conveniences of the racing | fraternity. I The' election of offic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

A NEW STORY Of great interest Will be Commenced Next Week. SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. JArJES WATSON & C?U? DUNDEE. BSS.-XVJW p| '^Uk l^cnu cjefj fu£t of JU& « /vC& urrafificrr at XltTb 0 not Pleasing dr *^£se>*^ exhilarating. '.?Now that vmir boys lmve gono away tu 6cl«ool all it yurtr! imvo-iOTO' manied, X supposo you find'it ratner dismul arouml-i boms, don't you, Mir, Cadfjerloy t" . .. '.\Vcllk It's not ns l)iid lis it mig&t* bo. Wlieji I bogin cnrvnig at dinner now I always know that it.will bo my turn ta cat before every thing is Eo coW; that it is tasteless." 1 -* T I N V B N T O R S Obtained - In Commonwealth and EIb©» where for Improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any dosoriptlojx Pull Information, Coata, etc., nent <m application to . A.= O SAG.HSE, G.E. -: AUBTRALIAN'WroOWS'Fm'IB BUmDINGS, Corner'Collins and William Sta, MELBOURNE. , ^

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PROSPECTING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

PROSPECTING ASSOCIA TION. A meeting of tho Cluncs Prospect ing nnd Progressive Association was held at tho Frco Library on Monday ovening. Tho president (Or G. Hay) occupied the chair, and there word also present, Messrs Rowo, Mangles, Richards, Payne, Thomas, Ryan,'. McKenzie, Giddings, R. Ford, and the secretary (Mr H. L. Lazarus). Tho secretary submitted a report on tho rocent visit of Mr Stanley Hunter, officer in charge ot Government drills, who was met by representatives of the association and Borough Conncil. The sito of the proposed operations was visited, and the salient requirements of the association pointed out to Mr Hunter. Mr Hunter said peroussion drills would not bo available for some time, and tho department would-not entertain using hand drills ,in rock country, but a hand drill machine could be obtained from the. department at a nominal cost. Mr Mangles moved that tho Mines department be written to tor a copy of Mr Stanley Hunter's report on his visit to Cluhcs.. ...

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