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MELBOURNE CHESS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
M.ELBO.UR.NE CHESS CLUB. Tlhe commnittee ,lbs Ilrr.anged .to- provide everyi Sa:uroly evenling (8 to IT) some ?pecial eoen,: suclh.as :ingll?tlng tourney; .team natch, &ce: Entries, closing ·0lst inst., .ae-being received'. for the followring tourrney3:s, of whlich particulars mnay be hll at rhe club, 193 Oollius-street: I--hampionsh;ip of Vietcna. 2.-3iinor Championship of Victoria. Al residents of Victoria are el'igbh!e to take part in one or other of these tourneys, according to t~heir playing streigtih.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
WHY SUFFER? W ' YOU ,CAN OBT~UrAIN RELIEF. L.GROLLIENE IS A CfERTAIN CURE FOR ALL ?~rie,:;S/3. posted. Wref~ lor, Testitmonials. M. a MALYON and SONS, .Ohemists, oHN •4oen o1/a~ 7l~on .7. Pii -i p ~~ . -(~3 .-b r9..6~~3L6·H3~~~3~~Op pE~l~ ~ pg~~~~~elEEES g~~~~ld~i Er]~ ~~gg~~~~r~A I~~~~~~a~~~8:k881 p A :' :·L /···~ · :' ·3...... ..;, ..···- ~ : c'.. [From tihe "Caztle"' of 21st January.] ALEXANDIA.-hled steer, white spots on belly, notch back off ear, no visible brand. To be sold 81st January. J. Lipaconibc. B:AIRNSDALE.--Brown gelding, star, hld feet white, no visible brand. llrowvn filly, 1) near suhlder. To be sold 13th February. J. .A. Taylor. I3ALLAN.-Black and white heifer, ?A years, no visible bralnd. Strawberry steer, red neck and cheeks, 2, years, stag horns, like illegible brand near rump. To be sold 11th February. if. Cooper. BALLARAT (City).--Rcd bull, like W off rump. Brindle andl white bull calf. Jersey bull calf. To e sold 13Lhi February. C. D. Cadden. BALLAIiAT (Shir...
PROBLEM CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
PROBLEMi CHAT. . An inter~stiing ai ticle on . Some Au&tralian N'ovelties .appea, in the Decenmber issue of the "British Chess 3ILag~aine." It is written by our valued cont?ibutor and solver 3i. 'Iemnry Tate, of .Melbo.urne.. The author has asked us to point out the following errots:--In -No. 2 (W. J. 3'Ar t'hur), remove white knight at IKBS, giving 7k I 492 I HQI Q 8 S 3Kt4 I pipibt I 2K1B3 :I 2"5. Wite to p~ly and nate owith a bishop ilr three moves. In No. 7 (APrtlhur), 'Black knig?ht at KBL(f5) should be removed, and a black p-aul added :t .lii (cc), giwng"--1 BI 1RicL br Ir lq21'h Pp ,I'rlp2K I R2pdk3 I SK1(Bi 2B2Ppkt [j S. W.'ite mcate .four. . Re Probilem No. 3001 (Dawson), "Petro4': wrietcs-'"In this problem r.estrictions .gi'en .can not -apply ·to the mating po.sition, as "Lt-he" and 1"HT." have assumned. If they do, there is no solution to he. problem if you adhere to the de ihiteon given in the books viz., "A lposilon in h.l?cth tle.k.ing cannot by any .means avoi...
THE SOUTHERN MALLEE. Kaneira. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
THE. SOUTNERN MALLEE. [FROM OUR CORURESPONDENT.] Kianeira. The value of oil engines on tile farm is being recognised. Wifth it the chaffecutter can always be worked at a few mi?nutes' notice, and single-handed, while it is effec !tive: for the purpose of cleaning wheat, either with a harvester or ordinary win nover. One man, by effecting a few altera tions to a harvester, was able to put throulgh Ia second time; for seed and sale, several hundred bags in good time. Then there is their use in water pumping. The waste of water on a farm, when stock are ___-. . allowed to enter tanks; is enormous, also the contamination, while the tank itself be comes silted up sooner. On some of the farms the' vrater is now laid on to the ,homestead, either by wind mill or oil engine, so that, whereas fo'rmerly, say, 45 minutes'were, lost over three joirneys to the tank each day, the teams now drink in the stable yard, while the drudgery of water carting for domestic purposes is done away with. The pr...
SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
SOLUTIONS TO PROBLEMS. No. SinS crate) can be solvedii six moves, andl Ihas more than one solution:--(a) Author's solu tion: 1. lP-Kt4, Q x P (g4); 2. K't--3B, Q x Kt; 3. 1~ y Xt (li), K-RS; 4. K x 11, P--ltS (jl); 5. RI- , IP--Kt7; G. 1X P Q P Q ; 7. x R mate. (b) A solution in six: 1. PY-Kt, Q x P (g4); 2. (t x Q, P: x lit; 3..P x K (Q), R--137; 4. Q-K5j 1---B7; 5. Q(---li, i--?S; 0. Q--Ii mate. T?en No. 3C99 (Watson):-(a) 18-move game:-1. p-Q, Et-.liIi; 2. Q--Q3, P--R3; 3. Q-ICI, 13P x Q; 4. ,I-R4; K?112; 5. I'--t5, I'.x.; P . P-( Irtts, K-iEC; i. At- B~It3, Q-KT; S. tL-Id. f- .t(3; D. 3---O Q x Kt clh; 10. R x Q, I-I 1; 11. t--'1R4 chi -I5i 32. P-Id, Kt-Id.; 1. B 1t2 ch, K--Q6 14. B-QB3, Kt-QI;.15. 1 --33 1(1K(8 IC. lt-KIt2, P-QtŽ1i1 17. P-1i4, P x P; lIs. l, 1(K?t-~iBJ. ReaLcing the poasition on diagrnm. The "i andl KR have sot moved, but MR has 5mtv32d. Wh'ltS' asatee -in /wo iaivev ii)' 14000 tka 1(1 asn ;70. it-Wls nlte, a' i'9) -2 ~litSw>e tga15ic:- he 4lrdsb fik moves a...
THE MIDLANDS. Wallan. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
T" E MIDLANDS.", EFRO3I OUR CORIRSPONDENT.] Wallan. The grain harvest is Iiearly cdmpleted, with the exception :of the crops that have been reserved for thrashing:: Taken on the whole the reslts' are satisfaictory, though some farmers complain that the crops that have been stripped turned out lighter than 'was anticiIpated. - The shortage in many eases is put down at at least two bags& per? acre.: . VWhilst there have not been any open conflicts between district faimers and the -Australian Worik ers' Unioii. ever the -rate 'of wages to be paid for harvest hands, many A.W.U. men haxve refrained from seeking work from farmers, though in most cases largely 'ii creased wages have been offered by farmers tis season. The Rural Producers Associa tion, wphich formed numerous branches in. various districts to. combat .the Rural Woorkers' Union, are disbanring the branches so as to prevent the branehes being cited to the Arbitration'Court by the A.W.U. Grass is abundant al through tih...
SYNTHETIC GAME BY N.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
SV:NTHETI?C GAME BY N.A.P.. "Reach in a g&nme in the least possible number of stric?tly :legal e mo-es a Iposition in w?hic, when it is Black's turn to . play, it can be demnonstrateil from rthe position, the number of moves being unknown, that White before making his ,last: move still re tained tIh right to astld: Captures of .pawns are ],ermitted, hut no piece is -to be taken. It i" known that Black's last mpov was not a cap ture," Mr. .T. A. Doube has sent this puzle to each of the c olbourne Chess Colunus for shnultaneous publiemucon. HIe hLa deposited 5/ wih a-lneniber of t Me Melbourne Chess Club to pro\vide 0 book prize for the best aolutioi received. Solutions to be forwarded to Box 1089, G.P:O., elboune, mmarked "lhess." .ompetitors shoull mark oi.. their solutions, .which paperthey arC solving fOr. Fourteen cidays allowed from publica lic.n of trhe newspaper:." e trus~t that ,ouit readers will take an interest in this cumipetitioi, so that thie prize may be awmaded...
EASTERN RIVERINA. Wagga. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
- EASTERN RIVERINA. [PROM OUI oRI?RESPONDENT.] • ~Wag-.a. S?atisfaction is felt amongst farmers at thle announcement made t-his week by the State Premier that the Government in tends to give whole-hearted support to bulk handling of-grain; The trouble with rural workers has' reached an :acute stage on the south-? estern line: 'The hands' en gaged on chaiffeutting plants have struck. The farmers in the Coolamon distriet, one of the greatest hay'growving distriets of.ithe State, have retaliated by closing down their plant . indefinitely. Most of the farmers can afford to keep their hay -ff the market. The complaint in regard to. the shortage of trucks is becoming more insiatent as the wheat and chaff carting season advances. 'The loss entailed by farmers t.hriough inadequate railway. facilities CaBloit be calculated.
MOURNING IN CANADA. OTTAWA, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
MOURNING IN CANADA. OTTAWA, 2211] Jannuary. The news of the death of Lord Strath cona has caused nli\L'ver'sal l)'lnuing. throughout Canada, and tlags are at half mast in every part of the )onminMio, f rom the Atlantic to the Paciic. The stores on the Hudson's Iay Co., of which I.Lord Strathcona was Governor, are all closed, andl di:splay tLilltes of mourtnibg. The in telligencc was conveyed by means of wirc less telegraphy to the comlpany's isolated posts in the far northern regions. When Parliament opened yesterday M\r. I. L. Borden, the Prime Minister, referred to the death of Lord Stratiheona, and paid a tribute to tihe late HIigh Commissioner as "a great Imperial figure who saw Canada transformed from a small people to the greatest dominion under the British Hlag." Sir Wilfrid Laurier referred to Lord Stratheona's splendid ability, which led to the construction of the transcontinental railway across Canada in the face of in numerable difficulties. Mr. Borden, on behalf of the C...
FOR THE LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
FOR THE LIVER. People who suffer from liver disorders will find the following letters very iinter esting:-. Fromn Mrs. Ellen Waters, Forest Range, Sout?' Australia. "Twenty years ago I was very ill. I could not keep my food down, not e\vecn a drink of water. I was bad like this for nearly three months. The doctor mad: me wean my child, as he said that I.had abscesses on my liver, and that I would have to have them cut out. I was in the hospital at the time. The doctor told md to -take my haby home and coine hack again. I had .a'bouat 18 miles to tl'rvel by coach,' andl some kind woman in the coach told me of Warner's Safe Cure. She asked nme to try it before I went back to the hospital. I did so. I took three bot tles, and, thank God, I never hfltve had to be cut about by any doctor and have never suffered.in the. same way since." 'rFom Mr. J. Maddern, 57 Osborne-stlreet. Williamistown. Victoria. "Some time ago I was attacked with a pain under my shlouhlder llales, extending thlienc...
MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
W mUSICAL NOTES. It is hig 'thne so.ne enlterprising, person compiled a list of operas Puccini has inot6 written. Since the Girl f tihe Golden West tle Italian composer has rested on his laurels. But in the past two or three years rumor has bcen busy with his name, and periodically. details, some of them apparently circumstantial enough, have gone forth as to his operatic plans. If all tle schemes ascrilbed to him, or only half of them, matured, the operatic market would simply be flooded with Puccini operas. Some months ago hewas stated to have gone to sunny Spain in search of local color for a Spainish work, .Anima Al'legra, wiic'h was to be in a comedy vein. The tItory .of the "lbook" was indicated, together with other particulars. But then caine the statement that Puccini had thrown over the idea and had betaken him self again to his old collaborator, Luigi llica. Next one heard rimnoir of an opera with a lDutch setting. But apparently the couiposer thoiught better of tiit proje...
AMUSEMENTS THE DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
~Ji~ws l THE DRAAMA. Already the J. C. Williamson firm htas decided, on: tlie pangtomime for next' yea?r. - and instructions bhane -gone forth io MIr. Talone in London and IMr.. Jordan in. New York to malke arrangement s-and pripara-. tions 'accordlingly." Ihe' subject:is to be- Cin- , , derella:, al.ways, a .favorite with, yodnn atnd . ads. and. already r. aliad r lbne's 1rccommen-..... dations for the cast aIreto hand by cabile " -By the last nisil caine. the n?iews that - Josaeph. amd.. His Brefthren had a.t Chries mas time Teached: its 150t.h performance at: . His Miajesty's Theatre, London. Sir Her1-' bert Ti'ee hiad; moreover, fixed a seris.6 of sDpecial mat:inees, suitable for. childi~en'. foe ·the month of January, while the, big pageant play was going, ,) strongly thiat' the date of the reyivaI of ~lhe . Darlrn? of The. Godp whhich was to follo'ir it, remained? " quite. indeflinite. Next week the membens of the Joseplh. and His B1ethren Coinpany, which :opens its Australian...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
P RINCESS'S T H E A TRE. "Eole Proprietor. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY LTD. -An Enormous Attra.ction for tI -. LAST T\ ELVE N1GIIGTS O THE SEASON.. Commencing SATURD Y4 NEXT, 24th JANUARY; For .the First Time in Australia. The Great London Drama, Entitled, T'H~E SOLI'ER'S WEDDING. By. Waltlr bih.ille, Author of "Married to the " Wrong Maui," &c. Tceming. withl Sensation, Humor and Pathos. F H ]" A T R E ROYAL. Direction .... J. C. Williamson Ltd. The Greatest Dramatic Success of the English Stage During 1913. IDIPLOMACO. AnEnglish Vcr-ion of Victorien Sardou's "Dara." " Re-written by George Plydell. JU.LIUS K N 1 It T, Supported by IRENE BRIIOWN, And a Brilliant Company. SBox Plan at Allan's. Ra HMAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction .. ...... .. J. C. Williamson Ltd. PA N.T OMIME.I J. C, WILLIAMSON LTD. have once again much pleasure in announcing their stupendous extrava ganza, which this yeai~ is based uponi the attractive - alory of TH~E FORTY THIEVES. Written by FRANK DIX. Music IysANDREW ...
THE VERANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
Oil the eve of his departure'from AisA trali,. Sir George Reid lhas administered; a severe rebuke,. or series of iebukes? to. the . yomng; men. of thile Jommoinealth. t 'Dlon't think, a man can't be a good Aus1iralian be cause- he was not born in Australia. Young Australians ard apt to believe -tilat the-I Almighity created thliem, as a- secil- breed" Possibll3 this is: why up to quite rcently the Aniusrahaus filled their IParliaminents with men born out of Austrialia, igave every higli olffice to Irishmen or Scotchmen; and sang. everybody'v patriotic songs as tlheir own. . Sir (xCorgc Reid: himself· is notl a born Australian, but if young Australia'. iias chcrished any prejudice against him lie has fattencd on it; and now he is the.high est Commissionr at thle highesti pay. Siri George may' deem. it worth. while to re peat this depionrble wheeze about the native Australian's fearful conceit, but, it; would haive had more fbrce hlad .he . de layed it till he was deposed in t'avor of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
8 RLDREWS CQUTS AND FALLS. . Every Home- Needs. Zam-Buk. :The Soothing Every-Ready Healer.; '. Play-tinte is, fraught witli peril to, the' youngsters. So the wise motlier keep.s. . peot of Z/nm-illk always "]iauidy to hess tile little ones' cuts, bruise9, kl.noclis,. &c. Zinm-Buk is so wholesome and puce thnt. if: safely and" quickly heals tlhe- tenderest place, and. 'emoves all danger .of festering and blood poimon. A ease ii. poiit:: IMrs. E.. Rdbinson, of. S Albion-streof,, Annandlal?, Sydney,. says:- -"My little girl~. ]Florrie, fell and grazedl thle skin off her hliee, which developte: into -. serious in ju1y. Tlie wound festered?a?md became inu ianmed, and. w'a so extremely painful that. she coulil not bear it to. be. touched. 1Her linee wa's bad foL'. lthree months. During, th t time slie was treateild by a.i doctor,. bit no matter ivliart le: pmrescribed, t~he wound, did not heal,. andi she used to ery every time it had to, be drssebi. "'After reading about Zamnl-Bk ...
EUGENICS LAW. MILWAUKEE, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
EUCGENIGS LAW. i\iiLWAUKEE, ~th january. The recently-enacted State law provid ilg for the .issule of marriage certificate, only to those able to show a'clean bill ol health' has been declared unconstitutional by a j3utdge sitting in the Circuit Court. An appeal against the decision, which involveos the legality of tim 'so-called Eugonics law, will-be made to tl e.?nited iStates Supjcenie Cour? ._
THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
.TH~8~E WEEK.g~ Ni E &lt;of the greatest problems that .. eiilination will have to face, prob a?ly in tue immediate future, is the re tentioih 'iin the ha'nds of 'wvlite .nennof torgpiefa' countrie? containing large native piulation??nd. The possibility of the coniing situlitial"aflRects-Australia. only in an indi rect i\v'y,becaise her n;lorigiuial pleople .are few.,in humBer, and of ai low ordcr olf intel igncce. , bThe. Australia'?n Blacik his hard. lyan ' capacity of ^ mental . iijidoivoiient. anid wile oftii of f ini. ,lysiclle ini l his. na tiew;ilds;, he becomes aii Weed aid a de. g eieate when he touches wlite civilijsa ti?n 13But other countries, especially In. diaind South .Africa, and to some extent lii Unitcdg tatcs, canniot iiew thie growth of the dark races within thie :-espcctive teirrtories without a 'feeling of uneasincss: er~ have constant tiimdil and incipient re vohition in HIindistan because of the dis 'ontent of tlhe educated B3abu .at the hope leasness...