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COURSING. CLUNES CLUB. OPENING MEETING. RECORD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 9 June 1914
COURSING. CLUNES CLUB. OPENING MEETING. RECORD ATTENDANCE. | President-Mr G.. Fraser, Vice-pre sidents-Messrs T. Fawcett, . G. Leisliman, A. L. Nasc, A. Clarke. | Treasurer-Mr G. U. Symons. Judge-Mr V. Caldwell. Clipper -Mr P. Foley. Slip steward-Mr | II. Bockholt. Field Marsliall-Mr Jno. Weatherson. Field stewards j --Messrs W. H. Birch, B. Fawcott,' J. Anderson, Alex. Clarke, W. j Viiiecombe, John Anderson, G. Molvor, Joe. Weatherson, A. W. Carter, J. Fawcett, J. Hudson, J. It. Carter, C. Fawcett, W. J. Rich ards, T. Parkin, J. H. Moore, J. Parkin, P. Rattray, J. Swanson. Ooursing has so rapidly grown in popularity throughout the Stato dur ing the past few years that it may be termed-aa far as the country dis tricts are concerned-the great winter sport. This is particularly the case in centres where the' surrounding country is suitable for open coursing, which the enthusiastic courser almost invariably prefers to.. the enclosure. Years ago those who' ' were ready to tramp miles ac...
REGULAR FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 9 June 1914
REGULAR FEEDING. Regularity of feeding is another im portant item that should not be over looked. Whether threshing -whoat, oats, or barley, a better sample will be procured, and loss damago dono to the Rrain if tlio feeding is even. The maoh lha should bo driven at an oven paco, Mid tho feeding oven likewise, It ie BOt only iu tho drum that damago is done to tho barley, but also to tho sot ting of tho barley awmor or hummeler through which tho grain iubsoquontly passes. If tho beaters aro not too alojc [p thia part, damana will bo dooo t&lt;) t£« Pte* tt i* M 4tp !9JW $ Kb -i ,1?., £
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 9 June 1914
CONSTIPATION. DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS A RELIABLE COR RECTIVE, SAYS BENDIUO NURSE. As a remedy for Constipation, Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are irre proachable, and one lady who can vouch for this is Nurse Mc Ewnn, of 341 High street, Bendigo, "Vic., who writes: "I have been nursing for the past 20 years, most of the time at Ben digo. Per sonally^! found "c From a Photo. the use of Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills excel'ent in combating Constipa tion. My family also use them aud find same most efficacious. As nurse with a large clientele, Indian Root Pills are always recommended to my patients in ordinary cases, by myself. I know Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills to be most widely used, and I feel sure they are accorded patronage by the great bulk of people that I meet. You can use this testimony if deemed advisable. I am n mother of seven children and usually possessed of excellent health." FUNERAL NOTICE. rjIXON.-Tho friends of the late ^ WILLIAM DIXON are most respectfully invited t...
IT WOULD NOT DO. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 9 June 1914
IT WOULD NOT DO.. Miss Millicent MUIB was exoeedinglj indignant with hor mother. "1 do Wish," she said, "you would't talk about washing up when Jim'o hero, mother, it's so awfully common.' "Awfully common eh " repeated her mother, a lady endowed with much common sense. ."But we have to eat, don't we-P And Jim hao to ©QtP 'And he eats off dishes, down't lip P And he knows dishes have to 'be-" "Oh I know-I know," interrupted her agitated daughter. impatiently.: "But if you keep on mentioning it, you're sure to mak'o out that you al ways make dad dry them for you, and .-it might put him oSc'' She:* "Don't jump so, dear"; that's only the cuokoo olook in the hall." He: "Oh, that's fallP : I thoughtgit was your father coming-downstaire .- You'll toll me when he" comes, won't yon, dearP" ' "Oh, it will not he necessary, love, to tell you j you'll Iniow it when papa comes.'1 IMPURITIES IN THE BLOOD,-"We have seen hosts of letters from people who have reo'eived great benefit from the UBO of ...
AN INVOLUNTARY VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 9 June 1914
AN INVOLUNTARY VOYAGE. A Honolulu message of Ootober 11th in a San Francisco papor, gives tho following account of a young woman's Involuntary trip to Honolulu i With a smile'in her pretty oyo, that ovon her titar-stainod cheek could not Guppross, handsomo. Miss Nettie Stone of Oakland arrived in Honolulu shortly after midnight last Thursday morning! having been brought on board tho Can adian Australasian Royal Mail liner, Marama from Victoria, when her in tention had been to sail from tho Can adian port to San Francisco in th&lt;T Umatilla. It was a dark nijjht in Viotoria when the boat sailed," said Miss Stono, "and I had just finished a visit with somo friends on a ranch near Viotoria. The frionds took me to Victoria about an hour before the boat was duo to sail, and I secured a ticket and boarded the rcssol under the impression that it was the Umatilla and that I would soon .bo with my folks m Oakland. Xhero wero two steam ore at tho dook, I thought I waa, taking the rig...
THE GIRL WHO BLUSHES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 9 June 1914
:THE QIBL WHO BLUSHES. \Vhon I was seventeen (says a girl Writing in a London woman's wookly) it uflod to mako mo simply furious to road stories about girls who woro con .tantly changing colour, and looking all tho moro charming for it. I changed colour, too, and so did all tlio girls I knew, but wo nevor lookod charming wo used to look patch-faced frights. Instead of a "dolicato flush crooping op into my chookB," a3 tho stories say, my noso and ears uood to turn a bril liant, staring rod. Instead of my '^'love ly face blanching gradually to a lily liko whiteness," X would turn a nasty, lamp-looking groy when I was tirod or frightened. And all tho other girlg did tho same. I expect that you are vory much in the oamo case, for I don't believo that girls havo undergone any groat altera tion since I was .fcevonteen. So you'll bo glad to hoar o£~tho hints which holp 3d me to control n-.y blushes just as you may loam to control colours. . In . the first placo, you must novcr .Dave anythi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 9 June 1914
"JEBTEIt" REMIND YOU | GO TO Greenhalgli's Vn CHEAPEST . and BEST STATIONERY. All Linos Stooked. tfewsllery Repairs Efi&oted. All work guaranteed 12 months. . Brooch Pins Repaired. Ladles'and Gents' Watohes, a large assortment to ohoose from, Jewellery of AH Descriptions Stooked. Also, a Large Assortment of Tobacconist Stook on hand. Pipes and Tabooco at Lowest Prices. Scissors and Razors Ground and Set at GREENH A.LGH'8 THE MAILS. TIMiSS Oi CLOSING. AND RB« OBIYINGi "" Mails jlose atltheiPostj Office, Olunea as follows i Talbot, Maryborough)] Castlemaine -8 a m daily Tourello, Oreswiok, iBaUarat, Mel* bourne8am daily Tourello, Oreswiok, Ballarat, Mel« bourne-1,10 p m daily Talbot and Maryborough-2,30 pm daily Oreswiok and Ballarat-7.5 p m daily Talbot andJMnry borough (inolades nil letters, &o., for Melbourne)-8 p m daily GUengower-3 pm Tuesdays and Fri A late fee of one penny will be aooep tod after the time lor closing, and! up to the actual closing of the mail ba...
FUNNY SCENE ON AN OMNIBUS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
FUNNY SCENE ON AN OMNIBUS. Rather a risky substitute for a bat tlefield is the top of an omnibus, but there have been not a few Homeric struggles on "imperiales," as they are termed in Paris. The latest adventure, says the Paris c&lt; rrespondent of the "Daily Tele graph," of the sort owed Its origin to a very comical mistake. At a parti cular Parisian ofllce there ascended to the summit of one of these vehicles an Individual of very comfortable di mensions, who was speedily immersed in the study of his newspaper, a pretty and well-dressed woman, many years his junior, and an elderly man, who looked like a retired officer. The omnibus had hardly started when the old beau began to cast glances ex pressive of intense admiration at his fair neighbor, and although he re ceived no encouragement he contin ued his attempt to get up a flirtation with her quite unabashed. Suddenly the lady rose to her feet, at the Im minent risk of toppling over, and screamed out, "You rufllan! Not c...
TO A BIRD. (Lines suggested by seeing one on a lady's hat in church.) [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
TO A BIRD. (Lines suggested by seeing one on a lady's hat in church.) Cruel the art, Poor bird, Lhat killed and placed you "there, To form a part Of yonder lady's plumage rare! Who will consent That she, who hither came to pray, Has a heart as innocent As yours was in Its gladsome day? And who can tell If the praise she offers in this throng Is as acceptable' As once ascended with your song? Whalever land Claimed your -nativity, there The same kind Hand Created you, that did this lady fair. Throughout your days Your little throat was made and meant . To sing God's praise, Unharmed, a harmless Instrument. And the religion that Would take your pretty form and pin .It to a ladyls hat May point to Heaven-but ne'er enter in.
NO MERIT IN HAVING A HARD TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
NO MERIT IN HAVING A HARD TIME. There Is no merit in having a hard time in tlila life. There is no sin in merely having an, easy time here. No man can confidently expect to be a gainer. In the next life, because he has suffered much in thiB life. Nor neSd any person lack hope for the life beyond, because he has 'found joy and had pleasure in the present life year by year. A life rightly spent may give joy In the present, and may have promise of the life that is to come, if we would-hope for the future, let us use well the present.
UNSKILFUL TEMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
UNSKILFUL TEMPER. One would think that there could be no end to the resources of anger. Men use it in so squandering a way, that one is surprised that the stock does' not run out. But even this wastefulness of the precious commo dity is not censurable as the want of \ skill and good'taste with which it is employed. It is not economised. It is not put to good purposes. It is squandered. It is not skilfully shot, as a marksman shoots at a target. Indeed, men show clearly enough that they do not know tile value of anger. A good article of anger is worth far more than the best gun-powder, and ought to ibe used with an economy at least equal to that of the sportsman, who never burns powder needlessly. What should be thought of a sportsman who should go 011 firing his gun out of the window? Or what of one who should go about tile yard, the garden, ex ploding his gun every hour into the air, hitting nothing? Yet so do men let off the precious force of temper invaluable treasure of anger. I...
CULTIVATE GOOD HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
CULTIVATE GOOD HABITS. The education of an infant should commence as soon jfs it is born a3 good or bad habits are formed during childhood. If, for example, a baby ir fed every time it cries, it soon begins to understand that by crying it gets what it desires, but by gratifying its demands against our better judgment we are instilling into the unconscious infant a lesson in selfishness and greed which may persist through its whole life. A habit scarcely less harmful is giving it something to suck to "keen it quiet." Many parents leave the duty of In stilling good habits into their chil dren to the teachers in schools, for getting that by the time school life begins habits have been formed that may mar or make the child's career for iife. Habits anil character are bound together; one cannot have a good character with bad habits. The habit of obedience is one of the first to be enforced. Very early in life a child will recognise right from wroiu;. but perhaps at first the wrong path i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
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CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
CHAPTER XVI. It was on the afternoon of the Wy that Shamus O'Doyle started for Ire land and Karl Kruger took boat from Southampton to his native land, also that Peter Bellairs came home rather later than usual and requested his wife to send Sheila with a message to the Duchess,, saying that Tie par ticularly wished to speak to her alone. For Bellairs had made up his mind, and that mind, once made up, was not likely to he disturbed again. The time had passed when he could .scold Margaret for what she had done, and the unhappy man was de termined to get rid of her. He en tered her boudoir, sat down and said abruptly: "I have a few things to say to you, Margarfct." "Yes, Peter," she rep'ied, looking at him with frightened blue eyes. "Have you heard from your son lately?" "Yes, I had a letter, but you said I wasn't to mention his name to you, BO I did not tell you anything about if He seems to be getting on well in his new employment, although the poor 'boy does not care for office life...
Markets. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
Markets. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. Fat cattle: 217 fat cattle came to hand for to-day's sales, only a fair proportion being good and prime quit lily, balance comprising cows and medium sorts. There was a good at tendance of buyers present, und com petition for best pens was active at fully late rates, whilst medium sorts and cows showed an easier tendency. Quotations :-Primo pens bullocks, £15 to £17 10s; extra to £18 2s 6d : good pens bullocks, £12 to £14; medium, £9 to £11 ; best cows, to £11 12s- 6d. Calves:-45 penned; best forward selling to £5 17s Gd. Sheep:-3319 penned for to-day's sale, a fair proportion being good quality, with a small number of prime, balance medium descriptions. The market opened easier, but as sales progressed values hardened, and prices wore fully equal to last week's rates for best quality; others hardly so firm. Quotations :-Prime crossbred wethers, 31s to 33s; extra quality, 34s to 36s; r. few to 38s; good do, 26s to 2Ss ;-mcdium, 23s to 24...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER X V.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD By L. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand," etc. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. A11 Rights Reserved. CHAPTER X V.-Continued. I ho brother and slater went into the house, where the amazed and de lighted squire and his wife gave their son a most hearty welcome. Indeed, Mrs. O'Doyle shed tears as she kiss ed her "beautiful boy," bb she called him. Shamus knew exactly how to act In the home of his ancestors. He gave his mother graphic accounts of his life in London, which charmed and delighted the sedate old lady, and after lunch he went around with his father to see the stables and examine the hunters. "I am forced to return to London to-morrow morning, sir, but when I do come back I will ibring a couple of fresh horses with me." "Ye can't do better than buy them here, Shamus. There aren't any horses in the world like those we rear, are there, Mick?" Mick, one of the head grooms, en dorsed his master's opinion....
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
MELBOURNE SHEEP MAR KET. Tuesday. Flit sheep : 18,120 yarded. Prime crossbred wethers, 26s Cd .to 30s 4d ; odd ewes, 33s 6d; odd wethers,. 34s ; good crossbed wethers, 19s Cd to 21s; seconds, 17s 6d to 19s; inferior, to 17s : prime crossbred ewes 21s to 22s 6d; extra, 23s 6d to 26s 6d; odd ewes, to 37s; good, 18s to 29s; seconds, 15s Gd to 17s 3d ; inferior, lis 6d; prime merino wethers, 20s to 22s; extra, 23s to 24s ; extra prime, 27s 6d to 29s ; merino wethers, 17s Cd to 19s 3d ; do. ewes, 12s Cd to 18s; a few to 21s ; inferior, from 5s 9d. Fat lambs :. 4450 yarded. Quotations : Prime, 15s Gd to 19s 3d; extra, 21s to 22s 3d; odd lambs, to 23s 9d ; good, 12s Gd to 14s 5d ; seconds, 10s 6d to 12s; inferior, from 7s 9d.
Husband Housekeeper. SAVED £100 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
Husband Housekeeper. SAVED £100 A YEAR. While women everywhere are invading the spheres of man, an isolated endeavor to retaliate has been made by a Highgate house holder (according to " The Daily Mail-") He has for the past six months taken over the reins of housekeeping "just to show my wife how it ought to be done" and he has done it well. In six months £50 has been saved, with no diminution of comfort- This is the tale as told by the hero of the northern heights "My wlte wanted me to keep a car. I did not mind the initial expense, but I was not going to have £100 a year for running expenses thrust upon me. We decided-.or rather, I decided my wife denied it-that we could save £100 a year on housekeeping and household expenses- And so I took things in hand- Here'is the budget: "Eggs- Perhaps you don't hundred eggs a week ? My wife had been paying 2d each for them I found "that they could be bought for Is 4tl a dozen- Net saving per week, 5s 4d "The butcher- The ordinary man doesn'...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
MELBOURNE CATTLE MAK KET. ..Wednesday. Fat cattle : 3075 yarded. Quota tions :-Best bullocks, £13 to £14 10s j extra, £15 5s to £16 12s 6d ; odd beasts to £17 ; good, £11 to £12 2s 6d ; goodnight-weights, £9 to £10 15s ; seconds, to £7 10s. Prime cows, £8 10s to £9 17s 6d; extra, to £11 2s 6d ; odd cows, to £14 2s 6d; good, £7 5s to £8; seconds, £6 to £7 ; in ferior, from £2 15s. Calves: 630 j penned. The demand was brisk at unaltered values. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
For the past quarter of a century there has beeu one continuous Bow of lotterB bearing testimony to the truly wonderful cures eifected by Clark's World-famed Blood Mixture, '"the finest Blood Purifer that science aud medical skill have brought to light." Sufferers from Scro fula, Scurvy, r'.czetua, Bad legs, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples and Sores of any kind, are solicited to give it a trial to test jts value. Sold everywhere, '2s 9d peJ bottle. Beware of worthless imitations nd- substitutes. Piano& Organ Tuning Our Piano Tuner, Mr GEO, PAllKER. ip at present ill Gluuca, Those requiring lha services of a thoroughly competent man are requested to leave their name aud address at Blackband's. Clunes will be visited quarterly. Ask for particulars regarding our tri-yearly tuning list. Buttons Propty. iitd.-, BAL LAUAT, And at Melbourne, iiendigo and Geelong Clunes & District News A gene.v and Book, Stationery, & Fancy Kwponum. REGISTRY OFFICE, ft 'HE Executors...