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Terrible Shipping Disaster. OVER 1000 LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914
Terrible Shipping OisMster OVER 1000 LIVES LOST. One of the most appalling disasters in maritime history occurred in the' early hours of Friday morning during a dense fog off Father Point, near Rimouski, on the right hank of the River St Lawrence, which at this point is 30 miles wide. The Canadian Paoific liner Empress of Ireland, 14,191 tons,.which had loft Quebec on Thurday afternoon for Liverpool with 1387 souls on board, was lyinp practically hove-to in the fog at 3 i a.m., when she was run down by the i Norwegian collier Storstad, G02S tons. ? The huge liner was struck amidships. A tremendous rent was made in the vessel's side, and plates were ripped away right down to the. stern. With in ten minutes the liner sank, and of the 1387 people on board only 355 were saved. The official totals of the saved-and dpad are: DEAD ... ... 1032 RESCUED ... ... 355 SCENE AFTER COLLISION. The scene immediately after the collision * baffled description. ' The shrieks of passengers rudely awake...
Maundy Money. QUAINT CEREMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914
Maundy Money. QUAINT CEREMONIAL. For tin hour yesterday afternoon, Westminster Abbey gave itself up to one of those quaint surviving solemni ties associated with Holy Week (says the " Daily News" April 10). It was Maundy Thursday, which commemo rates the institution of the Eucharist. The ceremony of washing the feet in imitation of our Lord's example was discontinued after the death of James XI. The distribution of the Maundy .alms remains, and this ceremonial took place before an immense congregation yesterday. The money amounts to as many pence in silver as the years of the King's age. Hence there were 49 pence for 49 men and .49 women. Be sides this each woman had 35s and each'man 45s in lieu of .clothing. A second distribution included £2 10s apiece., The alms were placed on a tabio at the-foot of the steps leading to the sacrarium. As many of the old folks as could conveniently surround the table did so, the remainder being given privi leged seats in the choir. And a curious mi...
DYNAMITE EATERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914
DYNAMITE EATE3S The story has again been circulated that certain people, notably men 'en gaged in its manufacture, are in the habit of eating dynamite as an in. toxicant! This time it comes from Japan, and the particular men in need of the tonic are said to be those employed at the Ifure Naval Station. An official of Messrs Nobel, the famous manufacturers ot explosives, assured a "Daily News" representative that the story was not only an old one, but that tho assertion that English and American sailors wore addicted to the habit had been disproved. An ingenious theory was.propounded 'by Mr Shelley, of the Apothecaries' Hall, however. He reminded "The Daily . News" inquirer that nitro glycerine taken; iu minute quantities stimulated tlie pulse, relaxed the iartories, and caused the blood to flow ' ttfalie head... In .jumate^JLoses^^ff^ l-200tii to' l-50th part of a grain it was used medicinally, notably in cases of angina pectoris. "It may well bp," he said, "that the habit of biting...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914
THE MAILS. TIMES Oh OLOSINa AN1> RK. OEIYINQ Mails Jlwe at.tholPoBtj Office, Clunea as follows: Talbot, Maryborough,} Caatlemaine -8 am daily Tourello, Oreswiok, .Ballarat, Mel bourne 8 a m daily Tourello, Creswick, Ballarat, Mel" bourne-1.10 p m daily Talbot and Maryborough-2,30 pm daily Creswick and Ballarat-7.5 p m daily Talbot and^Maryborough (includes all letters, &c., for Melbourne)-8 p m daily Glengower-3 p m Tuesdays and Fri A late fee of one peany will be aooep ted after the time ior closing, andi up to the actual closing of the mail bags»> /Maila received at the Post office, Clones, as follows: - Talbot and Maryborough-8.45 a m daily Creswiok, Ballarat, and Melbourne 8.45 am daily Talbot, Maryborough, Castlemaine, and Melbourne-1.50 p m daily | Creswick and Ballarat-2,55 p m daily Talbot-7.50 p m daily ! Tourello, Creswick. Ballarat and Mels bourne-9.20 p m daily > Glengower-5.30 p m Tuesdays and Fridays WQ THOBNTON, Postmaster ADVANCE OIiUNES D. WRATHALL'...
Woman Detective. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 2 June 1914
Woman Detective. ! ... Liverpool, where* juvenilo crime is increasing, nntl where the street dan gers that beset women and girls are perhaps a littlo more provnlent than in other cities on account of its being a great seaport, lias appointed a woman detective-inspector, who will shortly be actively employed in the local Criminal Investigation department (says "Tho Daily News," of April I). . The appointment, which brings out the human sido of police work, has been taken over by Mrs S. Hughes, who for two years has been matron of , tlie Liverpool Bridewell. Sho is a young lady of refined appearance, and of dark and cheerful countenance, and aB littlo like a detective in appear ance as. can well be imagined. But her attractive personality i« really in accordance with the official theory that the proper person to bo . a detective is alady who:.doe3^.ro.Oobk-| the part. Her value'to the Oriminal I Investigation Department would be; discounted, the authorities believe, if ? she were a ta...
LADIES PLEASE NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
I 1 LADIES PLEASE NOTE. Ladies are requested to note that tha Offices of the Ladies' College of Health have been removed from 46 Elizabeth street to Phair's BniidinRs, 327-329 Collins street, Molbourno, The College has the sole agency in Yiotoria for Dr D, M, Coonley's famous Orange Lily Treatment, whioh for the past 25 years has been effecting such wonderful cures among women in alljarts of Australia, For the benefit of sufferers, and for those into whose home King Baby has failed to appear, a free valuable medical book will bo sent to anyone writing to Dept. 03, The Ladies' College of Health, Phair's Buildings, 327 Oollins street, Melbourne
The Lost Liner. OFFICIAL DEATH ROLL, 1024. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
The Lost Liner, OFFICIAL DEATH ROLL, 1024. ' The following are the Anal offloial 'figures of the saved and dead in oon 'uootion with the disaster to the line? Kmpress of Ireland Dead 1024 Rescued ... ... 432 Groat diffloulty is experienced in Identifying the viotims of the disaster owing to the mutilated state of the bodies. It is apparent that many . v/ora killed inqtantly owing to striking | wreokage or being crushed by the 8torstad'a impaot. The identification of tho late Mrs Wyn.no Price, of New Zealand, was j made after about sixteen members of the crew had claimed that tho body was that of n stewardess. Soto# doubt still exists as to whether the body of Mr Laurence Ipving has been found, The auppoafid identification was made by means of a ring-wifcli-Jiis-iiiitialoi . ba6 other pas songora having thesamo initials were a].;o lost-. ; -... :;',;.-1!!vr.-.C?iV»53Tan Pacific Railway Com ' p;uiy liar, arranged!, that; the funeral of aU, tho ^unidentified (and unclaimed dead "shall ...
Three Suffragettes. DUCKED IN A POND. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
Three Suffragettes. DUCKED IN A POND. Three men were charged at the South-Western police court on Wed nesday with attempting to duok three i Bufiragettes m a pond at Streatham. . Mr Drummond,the magistrate, dis charged defendants with caution after hcaripg the defence, reuiarlripg that it was impossible to shut one's eyes to the behavior of the suffragettes, whiob had created a strong feeling of resent ment and disgust. During the hearing of -the charges arising out of the raid at Maida Vale, Grace Roe and Nellie Hall, tho ac cused, continuously interrupted the proceedings. Kalli^ Hall warned the magistrate that his house would be burned down, The polioe produced a letter pur porting to be signed by a woll-known suffragette, in which she stated that a lady's secretary had planned to burn down her mistress's house iu . revenue for her non-militanoy. Tho house wan subsequently destroyed by fire. The burning down, of Wargravc ohuroh has aroused intense indigna tion. Three exploded bomb...
No More Indigestion. WONDERS ACHIEVED BY NEW PRODUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
No More Indigestion, WONDERS ACHIEVED BY NEW PRODUCT. It seeuis reasonable to Suppose that in a short time there will be no more indigestion or dyspepsia. The old style " digestives" such as bismuth) pepsme, charcoal, soda, etc., which after all are only temporary in their effects, are rapidly becoming discarded in favor of a simple antacid, known to chemists as BISURATED magnesia, mth the result that physicians are being called upon to treat fewer cases of stomach' trouble than ever before. This is not so very surprising when it is remembered .that, according to available statistics, over ninety per cent, of all stomach troubles are due to acidity. Bisurated magnesia may readily be obtained from any chemist at a small cost, and half-a-teaspoonfiil I taken in a little water after meals immediately neutralise all harmful acids in the, stomaoh, prevent fermen tation, and thus render the food easy 9! digestion.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
On The Verge. Many a one brought back from the brink. There are critical times in our lives, when it seems as if we must let go. But we cling to life with a wonderful tenacity. Many diseases -are very de pressing in their worst Btages, and we get to the very brink sometimes; yet the hope of survival is great. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have brought b*ck many from the verge, and given thorn a new lease of life. The follow ing case should be ot interest. Read it. Mrs E. Annear, Smeaton Road, Olunes, says :-"I was a great sufferer with my kidneys for many years. There was an awful pain in my back, which never seemed to leave uie day or night, and I was often so ill that I bad to stay in bed for days at a tiuie. Every movement sent a twinge through my kidneys, like the stab of ft knife, and I used to sometimes feel as if my back would break. Hearing that Doan's Backache Kidney Pills were good for complaints similar to mine, I decided to try them, and I am very thankful I did, for a co...
SPORTING NOTES. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
SPORTING NOTES. (BY " PAEEHA.") OOURSING. , On Monday noxt tho Glurios club open the season. Being a public holiday, there should be a very large attendance, for as a rule tho opening meeting is ono of the best of tho three hold. The draw takes place this even ing, after the closing*of the entries. The nii-et will bo at tho Homestead gates, and tho first pair of dogs are booked to be in the slipper's hands at 9 o'clock, arid as near as possible this will be adhered to; thenoe after, owners raust have their dogs ready to go into the slips ns soon ns the preced ing piir have been'' slipped. Many clubs are very lackadaisical in this respect, and Olunes is just as bad as most of them. I hatfo he'ird the slip steward call out, and about half a dozen other officials of the club for the "next pair of dogs." Ono may be there, and tho.otlier n-milc r.wii v. poii sotjitently mtiny 'ilifuvji are- lest, .'awl tho liporfc. iimiece'.sBsrily delayed., . I i hope to: see'an "dircctTi^i, I'bolievo t...
Markets. CLUNES STOCK MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
Markets. C LUXES STOCK MARKET. Wednesday. Crawford, Dowling nnd Seymour report holding' thoir usual fortnightly sale i>s ahovo. The supplies of cattla and sheep werogood, and with a large attendance of buyers competition was keen throughout at late high prices. (Quotations :-Cows, £10 15s to £3 10s; calf, £?> -Ja; crossbred wethers, to 28s Id ; crossbred ewes, 21s to 18s Cd ; merino owes, 17s lid to lis Gd ; lambs, 22s lOd to lis 3d. No pigs wore penned. CATTLE. 6, W. Vinecombe, Mt, Greenock, cows, £10 15s, £10 fls, £9 15s; heifers, £8*15s. 4, W. Foley, Ullina, cows, £7 15s, £6 12s Gd j heifers, £9. 3, A. McDonald, Clunes, heifers, £8 ; calf, £3 2s. 2, D. A. Macrae, Scoribrao, Tou rello, cow, £7 ; heifor, £5 13s. 1 cow, ~W, Weatherson, Dunacli, £3 10s. 1 cow, S. Waugh, Clunes, £3 15s. 1 cow, D. McRae, Ascot, £6 19s/ SHEEP. 23, G. Fraser, Clunes Estate, Glen goweiycrossbred wethers, £1 8s Id; crossbred ewes, 18s 9d, 18s Gd. " 23, W. Cleaver, Glendaruel, cross bred ewes, 24s ; c...
District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
District Hospital. Tlio monthly meeting of the Com mittee of Management of the Olunes District Hospital was held on Monday evening. Present:-Tho president (Mr AV. Richards, J.P.), Revs. J. Legge and F. T. C. Reynolds, and Messrs II. L. Lazarus, 11. Thomas, F. J. Eberhard, J. \V. Preston, W. J. Champion. COIiHESPOXDEN'CK. Fiom All Nations' Masonic Lodge, enclosing cheque for £1 Is annual donation.-Received with thanks. ? MEDICAL OFFICER'S HI!PORT. Dr. Forstcr-reported :-Patients re maining in hospital, April 30th : Males, 6 ; femalos, 4 ; total, 10. " Ad mitted during May-? Males, 4 ; females, 7. Discharged during May i -Males, 2 ; females,_ 3 ; total, 5. Died-Male, 1. Remaining in hospi tal May 31st-Males, 7 ; females, 7 ; total, 14. During the month there ? were 32 attendances of outpatients, of which 15 were new cases. Tho medical officer also reported tlmt the matron and himself recom mended that Miss "White should be appointed a nurse trainee.-Adop ted. The president reported th...
FEDERAL LEGISLATORS. THEIR STANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
FEDERAL LEGISLATORS. THEIR STANDING. Beyond all doubt the Federal Parliament stands lower in public j esteem than it did. To a certain extent its fall wan inevitable. No j church, no society, no organisa-! tion ever did, or ever will do, all that enthusiasts expect when they found it. Moreover at the outset, each of the States sent the ablest ot its politicians to one or other of the Commonwealth Houses- When men like Barton, Braddon, Deakin, Kingston, Playford, Reid and Turner were removed by promotion to the bench, sickness, death or other happening, tbero wern no State mbmbers of the same calibre to take their place. Moreover, men of mark outside Parliament had begun to realise that to spend the greater part of the year in a politi cal capital remote from their homes, meanB complete sacrifice of business or professional in terests. 1 ' j But from time to time, and notably during the past year the Federal Houses have loot public esteem by gratuitous displays of narrow party feelin...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
BAtLAIiAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. | Tuesday. Fat cattle : 189 head oame to hand for to-day's market, a good proportion being good and prime quality, balance principally useful. There was 'a full attendance of buyers present, and com petition throughout the sales was brisk, values being fully equal to last week's highest rates. Quotations : Prime pens .bullocks, £15 10s.to £17 10s; extra prime and heavy, £19 to £22 2s 6d ; good pens bullocks, £12 10s to £11; medium, £9 10s to £11 ; best cows, to ^11 10s ; extra, to £12 10s. Sheep : A light yarding came forward, viz., 1923; consisting of'good to useful quality with a few pens of prime. There was a brisk demand throughout the sales, and values show a further improvement on last week's rates. Quotations :-Prime crossbred wethers, 31s to 33s; extra quality, 35s to 37s ; heavy weights, 40s ; good crossbred wethers, 27s to 29s; medium 22s to 24-s ; prime crossbred ewes, 26s to 28s ; extra quality, to 34s ; heavy weights, 37s; good crossbred ewe...
Clunes Guardian & Gazette THE NOBEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLICGOOD FRIDAY, June 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
sqep gaarlioB § (|a§0U0 TUE NOULEST MOTIVE IS THE PUIILICGOOD FRIDAY, June -5, 1914 Ai'bor clity at the Clunes schools will be celebrated on Thursday next, 11th June, and the following gentle men havo kindly promised to provide horses and dfays to cirt soil, for the-f children's gardens, tiee plots, etc: - The Mayor (Cr Phillips), Or Turnbull, and Messrs W. H. Birch, T. Nelson, tJ. Lae, W. Biu'kcll and A. S. McKen zie. Persons willing to assist in load ing the drays and spreading the material are requested to bring shovels with them. The soil wiil be ploughed reading for carting, so that picking' the soil will be avoided. The annual election of "W:M. of All Nations' Lodge, Clunes, took placo on Tuesday evening, and Bro. John Cook, J .W., was chosen. The instal lation will take place on Friday, 10th July, and will bo followed by the usual social in the town hall. ) The Talbot Sbire C.ouncil recently invited a number of neighboring municipalities to voice their opinions regarding impe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
Piano & Organ Tuning Our Piano Tuner, Mr GEO, PARKER, is at present in CIUOCM, Those requiring th® services of a thoroughly competent nan aro requested to )cavo ihoir name and address at Backhand's. Glunes will kevieitod quarterly. Ask for particulars regarding our trfcyearly tuning list. buttons Propfcy. ballabat, 'And at Melbourne, Bondigo and Geelong .I. w. PRESTON Ironmonger, ffURNITURE DEALER, AND TIMBER MERCHANT, (Royal Buildings) 'eraser and Bailey Streets' DESIRES to call tho attention ot the publio to biB largo and varied stock in'all departments, Eileotro-plated Ware Furniture Cutlery Bedsteads $iLampwaro Bedding ' Holloware and Prams & Go-Ca-ta Furnishing Ironmongery Travelling BagB and Trunks SPECIAL PURCHAaE of SPORTING AMMUNITION in Kyaoch (smokoless) Kynocli (biaok) Ballistito " New Club Amberite . Ely's " Bonax " A j ax " Empire " Winchester Cauridges, smokeless black. Stoves, Coppers & Frames, Colonial Ovens, Water Bags, Butter Coolers Beltzo...
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
MELBOURNE SHEEP MAR KET. Tuesday. Fat sheep :-19,800 yarded. There was a decline ranging from Is per head on medium sorts to 2s on prime stuff, as compared with last week's prices. Quotations :-Prime cross bred wethers, 22s Cd to 25s; extra, 2Gs6dto3ls: odd pens, 32s to 34s 3d ; odd wethers, to 50s ; good sorts, 20s to 21s 9(1; second and inforior, to 17s; prime crossbred owes, 21s Cd to ; extra, 24s 9d to 28s lOd ; odd to 34s 6d . 6d to 20s; second, 15s 9d to 17s Gd; ^erior, from lis 9d ; prime merino wethers, 2 , 5 > extra, 24s to 21s; a few extra prime, to 30s j good, 18s to 26s; a few extra prime, to 30s j good, 18s to 20s j ewes, 12s to 17s 6d; low-conditioned beasts, from 6s.
CITIZEN'S SEND-OFF COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL TO MR F. J. MILES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
CIT/ZEN'S SEND-OFF COMPLIMENTARY SOCIAL TO MR F. J. MILES. A complimentary social was tendered to Mr J?, J. Miles, who has loft dunes for Geolong, in the assembly hall on Wednosday evening. The J(ayor (Cr J. F. Phillips, J.P.) occupbd the chair, and there was a large attendance. Apologies were re^eivpd from a number of town and district residents who were ' unable to be present. TIb toasts of " The King," and the " Governor General and State Gover nor.". were proposed by the Mayor, and duly honored. Seng, "Good Old Jeff," Mr W. Barleil. Mr H. L. Lazarus proposed Federal and State Parliaments." Song, " Dreaming of Homo," Mr Ali. Harden* ?; Gr Kowo" responded toilw toiisit proposed by Mr LrtWirus.' . '/ ;» l/'onr;," If. is the .Navy," Mr. W. Dji' -.- turi. . ; .. ^ y. .proposecl The Guntil*' | (M^']jirir;i>^.'^l:Hq:reiunWred thnk Ho j h^ci^kn6\v'u--Mi>-IViilesf - t'pr- aJjoafc . years, and probably some of thorn had - I known him longer. Mr Miles had been a resident of Clunes fo...
AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 5 June 1914
AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN "Mrs Winslow's Soothinp Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always be UBed for Children while Teething. It Soothes the Child, Softens tho Gums, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colio and is the Beat Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direor tiona for Using Mas WINSLOW'S SOOTH INO SYBUP.-For a ohild nnder one month old, 6 to 10 drops; three months old, half a teaipoonful; six months old and upwardB, a teaspooaful three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the abov' dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges is cnan2od for tjje better, Sold Eyoryvybora