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CHAPTER 11 An Eavesdropper is Detected [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

CHAPTER 11 An Eavesdropper is Detected A declaration of war! There couia be no doubt of that. Whatever Diego's position was, whatever his complicity or non-complicity in the conspiracy, he had definitely declared war against Pudifin. There were only two possible theories. One was that Diego, in some incomprehensible manner, was involved in the plot against Torfrey. The other was that the pretended detective had gained his ear and poisoned his mind. Tlies& thoughts passed rapidly through Pudifin's mind as he left the room and walked through the corridor leading to the hall. As he was about to leave the house he heard a soft foot step following him, and, turning, saw Torfrey's man, Grey, advancing upon him. "Mr Pudifin," he called in a semi whisper. Pudifin stopped. "Go on, sir. I want to say a few words to you. I'll meet you at the small gate of the park as you walk up.'' Pudifin hurried on. He hated to be in the house now. I-Ie longed to be at work on his own account; he lon...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

Professional Engagements. ART POTTERY.—Learn to convert Inex pensive materials into beautiful and valuabla works of art. Robert Jones College, 421 Collins st. Missing Friends. WANTED to Know.—The whereaboufs Father Corchrau. formerly parish priest of Smyfliesdsle. in Ballarat diocese. Reply to Kilkenny, "Weekly Times" office. BaBBRnKSSBSSSCSSfi Pumps f500 gallons pet hovt i Throws a t-2n« jet 60'feet These are two features of M'Pherson's Special 37/ Dealing Pumps, un doubtedly the finest value available in a Low Down, Double Action Force Pump. A simple, powerful pump for general work, also spraying, washing, vehicles, etc. A splendid fire-fighting outfit, too. It throws a solid lin. jet with great force. If you want, to look inside you can take the pump to. pieces in a few minutes with an ordinary wrench, but you won't want to — it's made by Demings, has Sin. cylinders, and 2in. openings for suction and discharge; 37/, includes connections for 2in. suction hose and lin. delivery hos...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

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Publication Title: Weekly Times
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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

IMPOUNDING^ ALEXANDRA.—1 red steer, white spots on belly, notch, back off ear, no visible brantf. To be sold oil January 31. James Lipg, combe. _ , BAIRNS DALE—1 brown gelding, star, hind feet white, no visible brand; 1 brown tilly, D near shoulder. To be sold on February 13! Jos A. Taylor. BALLAN.—1 black and white heifer, 2% years no visible brand; 1 strawberry steer, red neck and cheeks, 2^> years, stag horas, like illegible brand near rump. To be sola on February 11. K. Cooper. PALL A RAT.—1 red bull, like W off rump? 1 brindle and white bull calf; 1 Jersey bull calf. To be sold 011 February 13. C. Doug la; Oadden. BALLARAT.—1 black heifer, white on belly, white ttar on forehead,. like JR. (con joined); 1 Ayrshire bull, young, blotched brand on rump; 1 light-red heifer, no vis ible brand. To be sold on February 11. c. J. Wilson. BENDOC.—2 full-woolled sheep, piece out back right ear, hole in left ear, no visible brand. To be sold on January 21. w. Hayse. COLAC.—One roan heife...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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HORTICULTURE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

P——; ; ; :—;—1 7 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS -. Wattles.—Farmer (Newstead).—To make a wattle plantation adopt the following method: Clear the area, fence it in, and ovire net it ■with, netting of not greater than 1% in. mesh, but 1% in. mesn for choice, ■where there are rabbits. Plough, har row, and plant the seed, by mtans of a seed drill, in rows Sft. apart, having the drill so constructed that it will d.op three or lour seeds every Sft. A cheaper way : is to plant broadcast, using about 2ib. of seed to -the acre. Place the quantity of seed re quired for the next day's planting in a hes 6ian bag. Soak in- water that has been 'brought to the boiling point for half an hour. Then hang up to drain. In the morning the seed will be fit for planting. Early in April is a suitable time to sew the seeds. Prunes.—P.Li. (Ca~t.lem.aine).—In the warm parts of Victoria prunes can be satisfactory dried in the open under- the direct influence of the sun. The process is simple, j Thoroughly ripe fruit is...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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WORLD OF FICTION TALES & SKETCHES The Silver Dagger CHAPTER 10 Declaration of War [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

By R. A. J. WALLING | Autior of "Flaunting Moll," "A Sea Dog of Devon," &c. j [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] W CHAPTER 10 Declaration of War Within a quarter of an hour Pudifin was ushered into a room where a keen eyed man soon discovered him. j "Mr Pudifin?" inquired the Chief, pleasantly. "Here you are. We've | never met before, but I shall be glad | to do what I can for you. Tell me what this business is. Your message over the wire has roused my curiosity. We may as well make ourselves com fortable," he added, pulling two arm chairs near the fire. "Will you have some whisky? No? A cigar, then. Now we can talk at our ease." "I had better begin at the beginning," said Pudifin, "tell you the whole story, and all I have done, and you will be able to judge whether I have acted wisely or not, and how far my suspi cions are justified." Getting his mind under control, he narrated as clearly as possible the events of recent months at St. Maurice. The Chief listened, with half-closed eyes,...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

i . — —1 ! nnHE STATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTORIA. D0BBNTURE LOAN FOR £500,000 At four per cent. Being the First Issue Under New Conditions. To Mature on 30th April. 1924. Minimum Price of Issue, 99. Net Return at this Price, £4/2/6 per cent. FRE0 OF INCOME TAX. Interest payable half-yearly at the Head Office, or at any Branch of the Bank. Tenders for a Loan of £500,000, guaranteed by the Government of Victoria and a chaigy on, the funds of and on all the securities held by the Credit Foncler Department of the Bank, will be receivable at the Head Office, , Elizabeth 'street, Melbourne, until 2 p.m. on Thursday, 29th January, and will be opened In the presence of tenderers or their Agents who may attend. Any tender below £99 will not be enter tained. Tenderers have the option of applying for Credit Foncler Debenture Stock in place of Debentures. Such stock and the interest thereon will be payable only to the registered proprietor or his order, whereas the de bentures are transferable by...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

Thej All .Find Their Mark in the DIABOLO Sold Subject to Trial Easy Terms Given No. 1—27 gais. - '£7/12/0 cash No. 2—50 gals. - £13/0/0 cash No. 3—82 gals. -£22/10/0 cash £1/10/- extra for stands Smaller and larger sizes quoted on application. durability Most durable, be ■—^s-cause made of ex cellent Swedish material, milled and put together with absolute accuracy. clean SKIMMING Because of the in genious patented self-balancing bowl and regulator." lowest price The immense num —ber sold enables them to be made in such large quantities that the pro ducing cost is low, and YOU reap the benefit. highest grade Because the price —^>»is lew, don't confuse Diabolos with the comm on, low-grade machines. Dia bolos have won the highest awards for excellence, including the medal of the Royal Agri. Soo., England. Nothing better is made anywhere. MITCHELL SCO."!: Office & Factory: WEST FOOTSCRAY Showroom : 596 BOURKE ST., MELB. THE "JOY" MILKING MACHINE LOW PRICED AND EFFICIENT. Plan...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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CHESS By "MUZIO." "The Weekly Times," Melb., Jan. 24, 1914. Problems [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

By "MUZIO." "The Weekly Times," Melb., Jan. 24, 1914. Problems . No. 3130—By G. A. Bartli. Hon mention half-yearly tourney of the "American Chese Bulletin," 1913. Black—8 Pieces. White—S . Pieces. White to play and mate t'aree moves. No. 3131.—CONTINUOUS PROBLEM. By Frank Janet, U.S.A., from "American Chess Bulletin," 1913. Black—8 Pieces. _________ White—9 Pieces. White to play and mate in two moves. Key stands—again mate in two moves. The K in the last rank but one in Problem Ko. 3219 (Fink) published last week should be Kt. Solvers please note. NO. 3132.—Synthetic Game, by N.A.P. (Not included in "Weekly Times'' Solution Tourney). " Reach in a game in t'iie least possible number of strictly legal moves a position in which, when it is Black's turn to play, it can be demonstrated from the position, the number, of moves being unknown, that White, before making hfe last move, still re tained the right to castle. Captures of Pawns are permitted, but no piece is to be taken. It is know...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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DAIRY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

DAIR3? JOTTINGS The report reacl at the monthly meet ing- of the Hansen Dairy Compa ny (Wang'aratta district) stated that for the month of December 51,272 gallons of m ik end 128,261 lb cf cream re ceived, from which was manufactured 31 tons 5 cwt. 3 qrs. 20 lb. of butter, the whole of the output being: exported except iwhat was used for suppliers and local stores. The output is 7% tons a week. Cream supplies are falling off. Last year the Ovens and Murray Dairy Company made a' profit of £250. It paid away £6525 for cream and milk. Th'e butter sales reached £7008. The milk supply at. various creameries is falling off. The hornless Holstein is the latest addition to the ranks of cattle in America. Their owner has been en gaged in breeding them since 1884. It is said that the cows have high milk records. When testing milk by the Gerber method, after reading off the fat column, the rubber stoppers should be immersed in water containing some soda, or other alkali, to neutralise the acid...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

| Handy in the j Gig or Buggy E 1 grans collapsible go-cart. IT SHUTS RIGHT UP 116— I 15— S 20 SWAN STREET RICHMOND Where You Can Obtain Any Quan tity of Furniture for a Small De posit and Easy Monthly Pay ! nients. I Ask us about the RENAKDI ■i PIANO. Sweet Toned, Iron Frame I and Trichord. £1 Deposit. 5/ ; Weekly. Packed free in zinc-lined case, and carriage paid. We can teach you the Science of Steam, Electrical. Civil, ana other branches of Engineering. Thorough instruction rigfet to your home, wherever you live. We coach for Government cer tificates, and prepare students for all exams. Don't fail to get particulars of our splendid system. Write for free copy of Prospectus "N," and state in what you are interested. Stott's Correspondence CoIIeget 64 MARKET STREET. MELBOURNE. Read "The Herald" adver tisements and benefit.

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VICTORIAN BUTTER SUPPLIES FALLING OFF [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

VICTOBXAN BUTTER SUPPLIES FAIiLING- OFF* Continued dry weather has resulted in a substantial falling off in butter production in Victoria, the position be ing reflected in the return for last week issued by the Railway Department To day. Last week's arrivals were 5098 cases below those for the previous week, and were 2892_cases below those for the corresponding week last year. Up' to late in December this season the weekly arrivals continued greatly in excess of those of last season. There was no change apparent in the Melbourne but ter market to-day. Appended is a statement of arrivals of butter and cream from the country by rail for the last six " weeks, in comparison with the corresponding weeks of last season, the approximate weight of the bsoxes being deducted from the gross weight:— Butter. Cream. Cases. Cases. Tons. Tons. .1912. 1913. 1912. 1913. December 12 . .. 33,584 December 19 . .. 33,433 December 26 . .. 28,602 1913. January 2 . .. 33,718 January 9 .. .. 33,784 January ...

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SUNDAY READING SOUL WINNING TEACHING OF JESUS WHY MEN NEGLECT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

SOUL WINNING TEACHING OF JESUS WHY MEN NEGLECT At Augustine Congregational Church, Burwood road,. Hawthorn, on January 18, the preacher was the Rev. Ernest Davies. Mr Davies is a native of Adelaide, and went to Perth 15 years ago as secretary of the Y.M.C A., which he resigned to prepare for the Congrega tional ministry. He held a brief stu dent pastorate, built a church at Mid land Junction, accepted a call to Dee derville, and built another church at Hawthorn, W.A. He accepted a call to Fremantle, and served the denomination there as sec retary of the Congregational Union and Home Mission, having a great deal to do in church extension work. He has twice been elected chairman of the Union. Six years ag'o Mr Davies was called to succeed the late Rev. Dr. Gosman at Augustine, Hawthorn,, and in the course of the present pastorate he has been chairman of the Victorian Congregational Union, and president of the Council of Churches. Hawthorn Church has arranged for him an extended holida...

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THE KITCHEN GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

THE KITCHEN GARDEN An inch of rain would be welcomed in the market garden areas. The long spell of dry, parching weather has had a bad. effect on growing- crops. Beds that have been lying idle have become too hard for trenching, and a thorough soaking of the soil is needed to permit of land being suitably prepared for cab bages, cauliflowers, and other autumn crops. Supplies are lessening each week, and vegetables will become dear er until changed conditions follow a congenial break in the weather. In the irrigation districts and places where large quantities of water are available, the land can be saturated and made ready to receive transplant ings of cauliflowers," cabbages, and Brussels sproiits. These vegetables should be given plenty of space/ Rows three feet wide will give the best re sults. The plants should be placed from 30 to 06 inches apart. Cauliflowers need more room than cabbages. - Beds should be prepared and set aside to re ceive plantings of cabbages and' cauli flow...

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Seasonable Work THE ORCHARD [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

— ' iiiig By "CULTUS.' THE ORCHARD The weather has been favorable ior fruit development in all parts of the State. Apples and pears are maturing' satisfactorily. Early varieties will be in good order for oversea shipment next month. The export season begins on February 11 when the steamer Ar gyllshire will leave Melbourne for Lon don with a mixed consignment of ap ples, pears, and plums. Most of the space will be devoted to apples. On February 18 the first cargo of Victo rian fruit will.leave Melbourne for the German markets by the steamer Rhine land. After that regular shipments will be sent. to British and European centres until the end of April. American supplies are short this sea son and a strong demand for Austra lian fruit may be anticipated. . The first consignment will be available for oversea distribution early in April. For, three months afterwards, and un til the early berry fruits in British and European countries start to ripen there will be an exclusive demand for or-...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

FRUIT TREES DON'T WAIT TILL ALL THE FA VORITE STOCKS ARB BOOKED FOR NEXT SEASON. SEND YOUR ORDER NOW. Best Trees. LOwPrices r- CATALOGUES FREE; v ■ F. R. MELiiOR-i . 440 Elizsiljettv At* eei, • -M eltaourn®.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

Enid Nursery, ivanhoe •^6 Minutes' Walk from ^anhoe. Station. Six Miles •••frony-.Mllboiurne..- •. Supplies all it^ms- vforc the Garden aiid House. Rosea, •; Fruit Trees, Gafngi : ' tfons. Bulbs, Dahlias, Citrus/ Trees,. Acclimatised Palms/7 All Descriptions of Decorations, s-f rices ' Moderate. , > Write for .Quotations. v: 10,000 Standard Roses,. 18/ per dos".' L_ : - V

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QUEENSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

QUEENSLAND A terrific cyclonic storm struck Ingie wood on January 16, and lasted an hour. During that time many sheds were un roofed, and 261 points of rain fell. In other portions of the district six inches of rain were recorded. The "finger cherry," which caused in curable blindness to children who ace the fruit at Cairns, has been declared to be a pest throughout the State. Steps are to be taken for its eradica tion. Constable Carney, Joe Green, and Richard Evans were drowned in a motor boat accident at Bundamba, near River View. The other occupants of the boat were rescued. Mr De Burg Persse, chairman of the Queensland Meat Export and Agency Company, despatched to Lon don, as gifts to the poor, the carcase of a bullock weighing 981b., and two Shropshire sheep weighing 871b. and 841b. Henry Ferens Hopgood, 30, called at Valley police station, and stated he nad killed his wife because she tried to poison him. The dead body of Bridget Hopgood, 21, was found with two wounds on the l...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. J£. Dagnell, a Government employe, dived into shallow water at Henley Beach, and sustained concussion of the spine, and consequent paralysis from the chest down. His condition is, critical. j On January 6 Kenneth Smith, 19, dived into shallow water at the Sema- { phore Baths, and sustained injuries to his head. He was removed to the hospital, where he died eleven days ! afterwards. Smith was a farmer at Yankalilla, and was on a holiday to Semaphore. <S. Johnson, shift boss at the Proprie tary works, Port Pirie, was knocked down by a bolting horse and killed. A young man named Fisher had a collar bone fractured and another sus tained a broken finger in the same ac cident,, Johnson leaves a widow and grown up family. The Government recently decided not to appoint a Royal Commission to continue inquiries began by the select committee on. the liquor traffic. The Ministry intends' to submit the whole question of liquor traffic, includ ing the early closing of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

COUNTRY Bush fires are causing great anxiety to settlers in the neighborhood of the Plenty Mountains. Thousands of acres of timbered country have been de stroyed. Joseph Wyatt, 61, licensee of the Commercial HoteL Birchip, dropped dead in the passage of his hotel. He leaves a wife and four grown-up chil dren. Maurice Geary, son of a farmer of Youarang, was bitten on the shoulder py a black spider. His life was at first despaired of, but later he was ponsidered to be out of danger. Karoline Muller, 72, who was return ing to Hamilton from Portland after a short holiday at the seaside, was found dead in the railway'carriage, of which she was the only occupant, on its arrival at Hamilton. owing to the dislocation of part of the machinery a motor car ran into a tree at Shepparton. The chauffeur had his arm dislocated, but the passengers, &Ir W. S. Mutton and Mr Fromholz, ©scaped unhurt. Mrs Merrin, a resident of Ked Hill, near Cobden, was bitten on the ankle by a snake. First-aid...

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